Christine Ford, Kavanaugh Accuser, Morphs Her Story. Named Eyewitness Says “Absolutely nuts. I never saw Brett act that way.”

The Feinstein caper, involving budding metoo Christine Ford as the “sexual misconduct accuser”, and the almost certainly innocent Brett Kavanaugh, Trump Supreme Court Nominee, is delightfully arousing, but not in a coital way.  Well, at least not in the traditional coital way.  Maybe in a political circles it passes for sex, as in “Lets see how bad we can screw him before the vote.”

Did you know that the Ford/Kavanaugh connection extends beyond the alleged “room” in which she alleges that the was “locked in alone”, all the way to a foreclosure court issue regarding her parents (Paula and Ralph Blasey)  and the presiding judge, none other than Brett Kavanaugh’s mother, Martha?

Also, we are learning that Ms. Fords daddy was himself an attorney, in the same region as Brett’s mother, Martha.

More on that tomorrow, perhaps.  Today, let’s examine Metoo Christine Ford’s allegations.  First, she wants to remain anon, which makes no sense, because she obviously knows this will go nuclear.  The “anon” aspiration is merely a ruse, like a girl in a very short skirt proclaiming her modesty.  The appearance of nobility buys credibility, you see.

Her story expands from merely being locked alone in a room, from which she also exits alone, to one of potential sexual assault.  This morphing takes place between September 12th and September 15th…

“That individual strongly requested confidentiality, declined to come forward or press the matter further, and I have honored that decision. I have, however, referred the matter to federal investigative authorities,” she said.

A source who said they were briefed on the contents of the letter said it described an incident involving Kavanaugh and a woman that took place when both were 17 years old and at a party. According to the source, Kavanaugh and a male friend had locked her in a room against her will, making her feel threatened, but she was able to get out of the room. The Guardian has not verified the apparent claims in the letter. It is not yet clear who wrote it.

A spokesman for Feinstein declined to comment. The White House did not immediately return a request for comment.

https://amp.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/sep/13/brett-kavanaugh-dianne-feinstein-confidential-letter

“…locked her in a room against her will, making her feel threatened, but she was able to get out of the room.”

As of September 13th, 2018, that is the extent of it.  Two high school kids locking a third high school kid in a room, which she subsequently exited on her own.

September 15th, 2018, the non-starter has morphed into sexual assualt…

The decades-old sexual misconduct charge detonated at the most critical juncture of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation battle — sending Republicans into damage control mode and leaving Democrats unsure how or whether to capitalize.

With the exception of one Democratic senator, Dianne Feinstein, lawmakersinboth parties claimed to be blindsided by an anonymous allegation that Kavanaugh forced himself on a woman in a locked room at a high school party decades ago. Republicans scrambled to round up character witnesses, while Democrats largely remained mum, waiting to see what would drop next and whether they have an actual shot at derailing the nomination.

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/14/gop-kavanaugh-sexual-assault-allegation-824699

Naturally, the expansion of the fantasy is found on Politico.

Note that the non-starter is now a “decades-old sexual misconduct charge“.  This implies, to the less discerning reader, that there is an actual legal charge against Brett Kavanaugh for sexual misconduct.

Mark Judge, The “Second Male”, A Witness To The Nothing

The Weekly Standard reported that the letter named Mark Judge, an author and filmmaker, as Kavanaugh’s classmate in the room.

He called the allegation “absolutely nuts. I never saw Brett act that way.”

“I can recall a lot of rough-housing with guys. It was an all-boys school, we would rough-house with each other,” added Judge in The Weekly Standard interview. “I don’t remember any of that stuff going on with girls.”

‘Second Male’ Mark Judge: “absolutely nuts. I never saw Brett act that way.”

Mark Judge says he first learned he was named in the letter during an interview with the New Yorker. “[Ronan Farrow] said: As you know, you’re named in the letter. And I did not know,” he said.

We have two high-school boys attending an all male school.  The accuser accuses one of them, who through sheer coincidence is a conservative supreme court nominee in the midst of the appointment waterboarding process, of “sexual misconduct“.  The accuser is a California liberal, teaching at a liberal California University, and apparently, with equal coincidence, she lives in Feinstein’s political district and her parents lost a foreclosure to Brett Kavanaughs mother, Martha, the judge in the foreclosure case.

Feinstein Faces Re-election Loss

Feinstein is facing a very tough re-election, and her job as Liberal Queen of Cali is in actual jeopardy.  But Surely the Democratic Senator from California would NEVER fabricate nor be a party to the fabrication of such a wicked lie as to falsely accuse an innocent man, all for personal gain.  (Thank you, Carolyn)

What better way to win an election in a landslide than to cripple a Trump appointment, ruin a conservative justice, kill a Supreme Court (SC) appointment and obtain a weaker SC candidate – all with NO RISK to herself? 

An Axe To Grind

Do you think that this accuser, Christine Ford, might have an axe to grind?  Does she have a personal interest in harming Judge Kavanaugh?  In 1996, Brett Kavanaughs mother, Martha, also a judge, presided over a case in Maryland involving Ralph and Paula Blasey, who are Christine Fords parents.

Looks like Ms. Christine Ford and the Honorable Senator from California might be in for a very bad ride.

The American people wish to express their gratitude to the following women:

Jennifer Slye Aniskovich
Elena Flores
Aria Raphael Bastian
Alice Richardson Boyle
Mary (Ginge) Koones Cabrera
Elizabeth M. Calhoun
Missy Bigelow Carr
Sharon Crouch Clark
Citsi Conway
Sibyl Smith
Curtis Karima Davis
Jo Anne Desjardins
Julie DeVol
Colleen Treacy Dickerson
Nikki Deoudes Diess
Meg Williams Dietrick
Renate Dolphin
Lisa Natoli Draddy
Jane Marie Dunigan
Paula Duke Ebel
Nora Haley Ellison
Maura Fitzgerald
Susan Fitzgerald
Ann Fowler
Debbie H. Fulmer
Janet Gwozdz Gaffney
Genny Richards Gilday
Alexa Lilly Gilmore
Mary Beth Conway Greene
Mary Ellen Greene
Ellen Reese Hawkins
Lisa Molina Heaps
Melissa Hennessey
Virginia Hume
Beccy Moran Jackson
Jennifer Bartlett Jones
Maura Kane
Lori Weinrich Kaplan
Kelly Leonard
Maura M. Lindsay
Monica Mastal
Suzanne Matan
Meghan McCaleb
Stephanie Conway McGill
Stephanie Doolan McGrail
Ana Molina
Bridget Morris
Heather Murphy
Mary Ruppe Nash
Mary Nordberg O’Connor
Rachel Buchanan O’Hare
Lisa O’Neill
Karen Odyniec
Lisa Odyniec
Elizabeth (Betsy) Manfuso Pothier
Mae Joyce Rhoten
Grace Ronan
Alice Kelly Scanlon
Kellie Foster Schnidel
Kara Sheehan
Betsy Sheehy
Denise Gottron Sinay
Kristin Treacy
Cindy Urgo
Megan Williams

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