Dealing with the highest standards of political madness

This is the accusation: that the nominee for the Supreme Court, when he was 17, which is thirty or so years ago, did the following:

One summer in the early 1980s, Kavanaugh and a friend — both “stumbling drunk,” Ford alleges — corralled her into a bedroom during a gathering of teenagers at a house in Montgomery County.

While his friend watched, she said, Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed on her back and groped her over her clothes, grinding his body against hers and clumsily attempting to pull off her one-piece bathing suit and the clothing she wore over it. When she tried to scream, she said, he put his hand over her mouth.

“I thought he might inadvertently kill me,” said Ford, now a 51-year-old research psychologist in northern California. “He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing.”

Ford said she was able to escape when Kavanaugh’s friend and classmate at Georgetown Preparatory School, Mark Judge, jumped on top of them, sending all three tumbling. She said she ran from the room, briefly locked herself in a bathroom and then fled the house.

Ford said she told no one of the incident in any detail until 2012, when she was in couples therapy with her husband. The therapist’s notes, portions of which were provided by Ford and reviewed by The Washington Post, do not mention Kavanaugh’s name but say she reported that she was attacked by students “from an elitist boys’ school” who went on to become “highly respected and high-ranking members of society in Washington.” The notes say four boys were involved, a discrepancy Ford says was an error on the therapist’s part. Ford said there were four boys at the party but only two in the room.

Notes from an individual therapy session the following year, when she was being treated for what she says have been long-term effects of the incident, show Ford described a “rape attempt” in her late teens.

In an interview, her husband, Russell Ford, said that in the 2012 sessions, she recounted being trapped in a room with two drunken boys, one of whom pinned her to a bed, molested her and prevented her from screaming. He said he recalled that his wife used Kavanaugh’s last name and voiced concern that Kavanaugh — then a federal judge — might one day be nominated to the Supreme Court.

On Sunday, the White House sent The Post a statement Kavanaugh issued last week, when the outlines of Ford’s account became public: “I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”

Through a White House spokesman, Kavanaugh declined to comment further on Ford’s allegation and did not respond to questions about whether he knew her during high school. The White House had no additional comment.

It’s from the Washington Post so you cannot get more authoritative than that. More here.


'I thought he might inadvertently kill me'...
WHEN THEY WERE TEENS...
Anti-Trump Activist?
Lawyer History of Dismissing Claims Against Liberals, Defended Franken...
Dems call on Senate to postpone vote...
Republicans join...
Feinstein urges FBI probe...

What truly gets me is that everyone takes it seriously. These are the people we are depending on to defend our way of life. Is there really anyone based on this story who would change their vote if Kavanaugh were confirmed without further investigation? There truly are idiots everywhere.

AND FURTHERMORE: Much on the web about these events, but this one is the only one I agree with totally since he starts from the premise that the woman is a weaponised liar. It is Victor Davis Hanson on The New Refuge of Scoundrels. I thought this went to the heart of it. No one else seems to say this which is unambiguously true.

What is left unsaid is that we will no longer have a free country or enjoy civil liberties and the safety of a Bill of Rights, if any American, at any time, can be ruined by an allegation of unproven sexual assault of some 36 years past, when the accused was a 17-year-old teenager, by an accuser who initially trafficked anonymously in such allegations, came forward only as part of a wider, more intensified and collective last-ditch effort to destroy the reputation of the accused, and yet has no clear memory of exactly where she was at 15, or the approximate date, when she claims that she was assaulted, or why she made no such accusation for 30 years—or when she raised the issue some six years ago privately during counseling, why her therapist’s notes of such revelations do not now match her current version of the incident.

As in, any lie will do if it achieves its end.

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59 Responses to Dealing with the highest standards of political madness

  1. zyconoclast

    There truly are idiots everywhere.

    Traitors?

  2. NuThink

    both “stumbling drunk,” Ford alleges — corralled her into a bedroom during a gathering of teenagers at a house in Montgomery County.

    Stumbling drunk and they managed to corral her into the bedroom.

    “He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing.”

    So he did not actually attack her, he only tried.

    When she tried to scream, she said, he put his hand over her mouth.

    Did she give him warning that she was going to scream so as to give him time to put his hand over her mouth, or did she actually scream and then he put his hand over her mouth to stop her screaming further.
    How did she end up in their company alone?
    If the second scenario was the real one why did no one come to her aid?
    Why wait 30 odd years before bringing this to the attention of others?
    She could have self treated as she was a psychologist, and a research one at that.

    He said he recalled that his wife used Kavanaugh’s last name and voiced concern that Kavanaugh — then a federal judge — might one day be nominated to the Supreme Court.

    So can they tell who will be nominated for the Supreme court in 6 years time?
    Was this written by Hollywood scriptwriters? It is just as logical as a Hollywood movie.

    So it turned out she was not inadvertently killed, so a happy ending after all.

  3. Rae

    White House adviser says Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser ‘should not be ignored’

    A woman who has accused President Donald Trump’s US Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, of sexual misconduct decades ago is willing to publicly testify before a Senate panel set to vote this week on his nomination, her lawyer said on Monday.

    Some Republicans on the panel have said the accuser should have a chance to tell her story, and White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway echoed that view on Monday.

    “This woman should not be insulted and she should not be ignored,” Ms Conway said in an interview with Fox News.

    Ms Conway said sworn testimony from both Mr Kavanaugh and Ms Ford on the specific allegation should be considered as part of the record in the judge’s hearings.

  4. Mark A

    Rae
    #2818863, posted on September 18, 2018 at 3:53 am

    White House adviser says Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser ‘should not be ignored’

    Ms Conway said sworn testimony from both Mr Kavanaugh and Ms Ford on the specific allegation should be considered as part of the record in the judge’s hearings.

    And that would achieve what?
    Disregard her conflicting recollections and the circumstances those recollections happened, probably in a state of some distress due to need of marriage counseling, whom are we to believe?

    Serious question.

    After so many years and given her political affiliation and hostility towards everything Trump, I have serious doubts about this.

    Someone else mentioned this before, and I tend to agree; what sort of politicians are we dealing here?
    Certainly not statesmen.

  5. I am bespoke

    Mark A, Conway is just doing her job. Rae s trying to wedge that’s all he has don’t let him.

  6. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    The left is dgenerate rabble of perverts, sickos, liars, thieves and a core of fascist communists, all rolled in protective layers of gullibles, naives and idiots, just look at the trolls here, quite stupid.

  7. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Feinstein urges FBI probe…

    Another political stunt, the statute of limitation expired decades ago.

    The left is shit.

  8. Tom

    The sociopathic locust plague is on full display this week in the desperate eleventh-hour attempt to halt the left’s loss of control of the backdoor legislature it has been using to bypass Congress for half a century. It doesn’t matter who threatens the left’s hold on power: they will attempt to destroy him or her.

    Brett Kavanaugh is just like one of those kids who volunteered for the mud and blood and gore and guts of the two world wars, except that the people trying to destroy him are the scum of the earth.

    Kavanaugh’s courage has been pivotal. He will eventually be able to reflect on the attempt to stop him joining the US Supreme Court as one of the key battles in the war that saved the American republic.

  9. OldOzzie

    The #MeToo Kavanaugh Ambush

    A story this old and unprovable can’t be allowed to delay a Supreme Court confirmation vote.

    By The Editorial Board

    The woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of a drunken assault when both were teenagers has now come forward publicly, but that should not deter Republicans from proceeding with their current confirmation-vote schedule. There is no way to confirm her story after 35 years, and to let it stop Mr. Kavanaugh’s confirmation would ratify what has all the earmarks of a calculated political ambush.

    This is not to say Christine Blasey Ford isn’t sincere in what she remembers. In an interview published in the Washington Post on Sunday, Ms. Ford offered a few more details of the story she told anonymously starting in July. She says she was 15 when Mr. Kavanaugh, who would have been 17, and a male friend pushed her into a bedroom at a drinking party, held her down, and pawed her until the male friend jumped on them both and she escaped to a bathroom until the two boys left the room.

    Mr. Kavanaugh denies all this “categorically and unequivocally,” and there is simply no way to prove it. The only witness to the event is Mr. Kavanaugh’s high school male friend, Mark Judge, who also says he recalls no such event. Ms. Ford concedes she told no one about it—not even a high school girl friend or family member—until 2012 when she told the story as part of couples therapy with her husband.

    The vagaries of memory are well known, all the more so when they emerge in the cauldron of a therapy session to rescue a marriage. Experts know that human beings can come to believe firmly over the years that something happened when it never did or is based on partial truth. The Post reports that the therapist’s notes from 2012 say there were four male assailants, but Ms. Ford says that was a mistake. Ms. Ford also can’t recall in whose home the alleged assault took place, how she got there, or how she got home that evening.

    This is simply too distant and uncorroborated a story to warrant a new hearing or to delay a vote. We’ve heard from all three principals, and there are no other witnesses to call. The only purpose of another public hearing would be a political spectacle in which Democrats could wax indignant for the cameras while Mr. Kavanaugh repeated his denials.

    The timing and details of how Ms. Ford came forward, and how her name was coaxed into public view, should also raise red flags about the partisan motives at play. The Post says Ms. Ford contacted the paper via a tip line in July but wanted to remain anonymous. She then brought her story to a Democratic official while still hoping to stay anonymous.

    Yet she also then retained a lawyer, Debra Katz, who has a history of Democratic activism and spoke in public defense of Bill Clinton against the accusations by Paula Jones. Ms. Katz urged Ms. Ford to take a polygraph test. The Post says she passed the polygraph, though a polygraph merely shows that she believes the story she is telling.

    The more relevant question is why go to such lengths if Ms. Ford really wanted her name to stay a secret? Even this weekend she could have chosen to remain anonymous. These are the actions of someone who was prepared to go public from the beginning if she had to.

    The role of Senator Dianne Feinstein is also highly irregular and transparently political. The ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee knew about Ms. Ford’s accusations in late July or early August yet kept quiet. If she took it seriously, she had multiple opportunities to ask Judge Kavanaugh or have committee staff interview the principals. But in that event, the details would have been vetted and Senators would have had time to assess their credibility.

    Instead Ms. Feinstein waited until the day before a committee markup on the nomination to release a statement that she had “information” about the accusation and had sent it to the FBI. Her statement was a political stunt.

    She was seeking to insulate herself from liberal charges that she sat on the letter. Or—and this seems increasingly likely given the course of events—Senator Feinstein was holding the story to spring at the last minute in the hope that events would play out as they have. Surely she knew that once word of the accusation was public, the press would pursue the story and Ms. Ford would be identified by name one way or another.

    Democrats waited until Ms. Ford went public to make public statements. But clearly some were feeding the names of Ms. Ford and her lawyer to the press, and now they are piling on what they hope will be an election-eve #MeToo conflagration.

    “Senator [and Judiciary Chairman] Grassley must postpone the vote until, at a very minimum, these serious and credible allegations are thoroughly investigated,” declared Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Sunday. “For too long, when women have made serious allegations of abuse, they have been ignored. That cannot happen in this case.”

    His obvious political goal is to delay the confirmation vote past the election, fan the #MeToo political furies until then, and hope that at least two GOP Senators wilt under political pressure. Already Senators Jeff Flake andBob Corker are playing into Mr. Schumer’s hands by calling for a delay.

    GOP Senators should understand that the political cost of defeating Mr. Kavanaugh will likely include the loss of the Senate. Democrats are already motivated to vote against Donald Trump, and if Republicans panic now their own voters will rightly be furious. They would be letting Democrats get away with the same dirty trick they tried and failed to pull off against Clarence Thomas.

    It would also be a serious injustice to a man who has by all accounts other than Ms. Ford’s led a life of respect for women and the law. Every #MeToo miscreant is a repeat offender. The accusation against Mr. Kavanaugh is behavior manifested nowhere else in his life.

    No one, including Donald Trump, needs to attack Ms. Ford. She believes what she believes. This is not he said-she said. This is a case of an alleged teenage encounter, partially recalled 30 years later without corroboration, and brought forward to ruin Mr. Kavanaugh’s reputation for partisan purposes.

    Letting an accusation that is this old, this unsubstantiated and this procedurally irregular defeat Mr. Kavanaugh would also mean weaponizing every sexual assault allegation no matter the evidence. It will tarnish the #MeToo cause with the smear of partisanship, and it will unleash even greater polarizing furies.

  10. Desperate Democrats. Just wait until Ginsberg goes and Trump appoints another of his choice; this will look like a storm in a teacup.

    Trump could nominate Jesus and the Democrats would be scouring the manger to find something amiss and every page of the bible would have to be answered.

  11. V_maet

    So American Thinker has an article suggesting the story was planted in 2012 as an insurance policy against a possible Romney win and Kav nomination to supreme court.

    When Romney loat the story dissapeared until Kav was nominated hnder Trump.

    The whole thing is a sham.

  12. Rae

    Kavanaugh’s courage has been pivotal.

    Lol. Good ole Bart O’Kavanaugh. Deny, deny, deny.

    Barfing Bart needs to be required to answer some direct questions under oath.

  13. P

    Kellyanne Conway: Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser will be heard

    https://youtu.be/OTyjVTaudGY?t=76

  14. Tel

    There truly are idiots everywhere.

    If it was genuine stupidity, then now and then they would get something right just by accident.

  15. Mother Lode

    Kellyanne Conway: Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser will be heard

    Best thing to do before you publicly debunk the whole thing – give her enough rope…

  16. P

    President Trump EXPLOSIVE Press Conference on Judge Brett Kavanaugh – September 17, 2018

    https://youtu.be/mmN-Fq8xEPE?t=325

  17. Dave of Reedy Creek, Qld

    The Dems in the US are sticking to their playbook. Same scenario as with Judge Moore, strange stories followed his defeat of on accuser having her mortgage fully paid out and another had her children’s uni fees fully paid. Miracles of course. Why didn’t they follow through when he lost….hmmm,
    Actually if I was a betting man, I would have won in a big way on this one. Lastly, if this person was genuine, why did she go to a politician not the police? Even the FBI thought it rubbish.

  18. Mother Lode

    Besides which, without the Dhimms having to walk it back, they will repeatedly whisper and insinuate to delegitimise Kavanaugh’s rulings from then on.

    Imagine if he was involved in a decision touching on Roe v Wade and, according to the arguments put, it seemed likely that Kavanaugh would come down against the Dhimms’ penchant for Moloch sacrifices.

    First they would use it to try to intimidate him, to make him recoil from his judgement. And when that didn’t work (and it wouldn’t) they would then seek to convince people that it was in improper judgement from a hopelessly compromised man.

  19. mh

    If you purchase from Amazon you are financially supporting this sickness.

  20. Zatara

    The day Kavanaugh is sworn in all this terribly important invented tripe will vanish never to be heard of again.

  21. Tator

    My question is, if Kavanaugh was already a Federal Judge, why wouldn’t they raise it then under a friendly administration and have him removed back in 2012. As far as I can see, all they have done is cause and permit Kavanaugh to continue being a Federal Judge who according to them is a rapist, why wait until he is nominated for SCOTUS before acting. This alone brings huge credibility issues towards the complainant in this matter by waiting 6 years after naming him in a counselling session when a reasonable person would have taken action immediately. IF there is any credibility regarding the complaint. Why have they waited until SCOTUS nomination when removing a Federal Judge with such a history would be a big scalp as it is.
    In my legal experience, there is not even a prima facie case against Kavanaugh and this should be dismissed with all prejudice as a partisan stitchup by the Democrats.

  22. The BigBlueCat

    Feinstein needs to be called to account for not revealing the letter she’s had since July. Neither has she confronted Kavanough with the allegation when she had the opportunity to. And why do the Democrats bring this information forward only now?

    There are some serious inconsistencies and political expediencies attached to this whole story. I don’t think this is going to end well for Ford or the Democrats. They’ve done this before (Anita Hill, Judge Thomas) – it didn’t end well for the Dems then either.

  23. tombell

    When will our glorious Leader of the Opposition be subject to these tactics?

  24. He said he recalled that his wife used Kavanaugh’s last name and voiced concern that Kavanaugh — then a federal judge — might one day be nominated to the Supreme Court.

    This was at a time when Romney had a chance to beat The Kenyan and it was rumoured that his first choice for SCOTUS was Kavanaugh, then he made the 47% remark.

    NuThink
    #2818854, posted on September 18, 2018 at 2:04 am
    So can they tell who will be nominated for the Supreme court in 6 years time?
    Was this written by Hollywood scriptwriters? It is just as logical as a Hollywood movie.

    As you can see, this scam was prepared for a Romney nomination of Kavanaugh. When Romney lost, the scam was shelved, only to be resurrected now that Trump has nominated him.

    Many of us here at the Cat have been saying the left plays dirty and the right keep getting pummelled because they “have standards.”
    THIS IS A COLD CIVIL WAR, and as in any war, you either win and win by any means, or you lose and watch 200 years of work wiped out.
    The left has tried these smears before. It didn’t work on Trump as well as expected because the man fights back and fights back hard. But recall the many Republicans abandon him during the ‘Access Hollywood Tapes” saga, and recall almost ALL republicans abandon Judge Roy Moore, hence giving the left a big win and a template.

    What we are seeing are the results of weakness (and complicity by some like Flake) by the Republican establishment. Cowards all of them.

  25. .

    This is great news.

    Remember virtually everything Rae says is utter nonsense. Remember that Clarence Thomas beat the D’rat Congresscritters.

    She has to testify, under oath, and explain her intentionally vague and absurd story that is more holey than Swiss cheese.

    Maybe Feinstein and Eshoo will have to testify as well. This could backfire like the mother of all battles.

  26. The only question is why did this person go to a Democrat politician with this complaint and not the police?

  27. Tel

    She has to testify, under oath, and explain her intentionally vague and absurd story that is more holey than Swiss cheese.

    The story doesn’t matter, it’s a time wasting exercise. Expect random interruptions, nonsensical speeches, off-topic detours, grandstanding motherhood statements, and anything that creates confusion.

  28. mh

    The story doesn’t matter, it’s a time wasting exercise. Expect random interruptions, nonsensical speeches, off-topic detours, grandstanding motherhood statements, and anything that creates confusion.

    No wonder people #walkaway

  29. Kneel

    “Another political stunt, the statute of limitation expired decades ago.”

    Doesn’t matter – in fact, much better that way. No chance of a trial, see? So the accusation can just hangs out there, doing damage, and no-one can “fix” it. So you can trash someones life on a 30 year old, faulty memory just by making the accusation, because you happen to dislike the current president – and that’s “social justice”, see? See?

  30. Ellen of Tasmania

    So you can trash someones life on a 30 year old, faulty memory just by making the accusation, because you happen to dislike the current president – and that’s “social justice”, see? See?

    It also sends a message to everyone else on the ‘enemy’ side that this, too, could happen to you if you raise your head above the parapet.

    as in any war, you either win and win by any means, or you lose and watch 200 years of work wiped out.

    I don’t believe that. If you win by becoming the enemy, then you’ve lost. Certainly you have to stand up to them, you have to fight back, but you must never become them. That way lies barbarism. It would just become a race to the bottom.

  31. .

    Tel – I’m not sure you’re allowed to do that under oath.

  32. Rusty of Qld

    A woman has made a nineteen page sworn statement to the police that Bill Shorten raped her when she was sixteen years old. What has our balanced media done to broadcast this or their ABC, whats that the sounds of silence? Come on Morrison show some guts, send in the hit squad on a potential prime minister of this country.

  33. Chris M

    Kavanaugh’s mother (also a judge) brought down a foreclosure judgement against the Ford ladies parents some years ago. So it’s all in the family.

    Some info here.

  34. Zatara

    A few other interesting facts regarding the attempted ambush of Kavanaugh

    Ford began deleting her political and social media profile as early as May 2018.

    Someone paid for Ford to take a lie detector test regarding her accusations in August.

    Someone paid to hire Ford a lawyer to represent her regarding her accusations in August.

    The dims finally decide to spring the ambush the week the Kavanaugh vote is scheduled.

    This BS ambush has been in planning for months if not years. It’s nothing but another disgusting delaying tactic by the dims and will be dropped like a hot rock the day he is sworn in.

  35. New Chum

    There might be more to this story at Frontpage Mag by Daniel Greenfield .
    Kavanaugh Accuser’s Lawyer is Vice Chair of Soros Funded Org Opposing Kavanaugh

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/point/271357/kavanaugh-accusers-lawyer-vice-chair-org-opposing-daniel-greenfield

  36. cuckoo

    When she tried to scream, she said, he put his hand over her mouth.

    While pinning her down and trying to remove her outer clothing, which was over a one piece swimsuit. How many hands does Kavanaugh have? To be honest, the moment I heard the accuser was a ‘psychology professor’ I thought ‘kook’.

    How exactly do you ‘try to’ scream? If she said that screamed and then he put his hand over her mouth, that would at least be plausible, if not true.

  37. The BigBlueCat

    Chris M
    #2819112, posted on September 18, 2018 at 12:35 pm
    Kavanaugh’s mother (also a judge) brought down a foreclosure judgement against the Ford ladies parents some years ago. So it’s all in the family.

    Some info here.

    New Chum
    #2819123, posted on September 18, 2018 at 12:56 pm
    There might be more to this story at Frontpage Mag by Daniel Greenfield .
    Kavanaugh Accuser’s Lawyer is Vice Chair of Soros Funded Org Opposing Kavanaugh

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/point/271357/kavanaugh-accusers-lawyer-vice-chair-org-opposing-daniel-greenfield

    This is beginning/continuing to smell of collusion, corruption, pre-meditated character assasination, and more. How can the Dems ever hold their heads high with this sort of mess. I realise they take the US electorate as fools, but really???? Are they so desperate to seize power??? The answer is, of course, YES THEY ARE.

  38. Shane

    In a similar vein of unverifiable assertions, the following is interesting especially recalling Chucky Schumer warning to DJT that the intelligence agencies have a number of ways to get back at him.
    It seems this particular woman has more than just a tenuous connection with Trump’s favourite alphabet agency.
    http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index2659.htm

  39. classical_hero

    She can’t remember many important details of the supposed event taking place. She’s lying.

  40. DR Fred Lenin

    A lot of these polliemuppets should be lined up against a wooden wall and shot by firing squad or treason,and their crony capitalist mates next then the traitorous”republicans and liberals “ .the world would be a cleaner place for their removal . I always recommend a wooden wall to prevent ricochets from hurting Decent People like the firing squad . I always knew the lawtrade was full of unmitigated liars ,it goes with the job ,but these bastards would win the lawtrade gold medal .

  41. Luke

    https://nypost.com/2018/09/17/more-than-200-schoolmates-rally-around-kavanaughs-accuser/

    Apparently now you can corroborate stories about things that happened before you were even born as long as you feelz it’s personal. You can’t make this stuff up.

  42. .

    More than 200 schoolmates rally around Kavanaugh’s accuser

    Yet no one can corroborate her story, and she claims at least seven witnesses other than herself in some versions of the story she tells.

    “I don’t know Christine Ford, I never met Christine Ford…but I…(sob) just know she’s a good person and would never lie…”

  43. Dr Fred Lenin

    Dot ,this has all the hallmarks of a Stalinist “ fair trial”, all the lefties need is a” onfession “ extracted by torture and threats to family wellbeing , these people could walk upright under a snakes belly wearing a top hat and you can’t get lower than that .

  44. Empire 5:5

    As in, any lie will do if it achieves its end.

    Yes, that is the strategic approach of the swamp. Utterly devoid of integrity, just like the stinky incontinent troll upthread.

    This time the method is futile. Kavanaugh will be confirmed.

  45. Tim Neilson

    This time the method is futile. Kavanaugh will be confirmed.

    I certainly hope so, but you’re relying on the courage and good sense of senators from the USA’s equivalent of the Liberal party.

  46. 2dogs

    Mark Judge should sue Christine Blasey Ford for defamation.

  47. Rae

    More than 200 schoolmates rally around Kavanaugh’s accuser

    More than 200? My heavens, that’s a lot. Definitely outweighs the 65 wimminses who said that good ole Bart O’Kavanaugh was a solid citizen after he became an adult.

  48. Mark A

    Give me just one person to prove me wrong, someone said.
    A lie repeated by hundreds is still a lie.

  49. Rae

    A lie repeated by hundreds is still a lie.

    I dunno. How about a lie repeated by 65? Women only, of course. Very gender specific.

    So, all the guys knew about good ole Bart O’Kavanaughs drinkin’ and fumblin’?

  50. .

    My god you are a swine Rae.

    Most of those “200 women” are not even in the same cohort as Christine Ford.

    You reckoned you were a lawyer once?

    What happens if an accuser changes their story, the witness contradicts them and they cannot call people who ought to be witnesses (the girls she turned up to the party with).

    Now it was either an older girl or someone’s parents drove her there.

    She “can’t remember”.

    It is bullshit and morons support these demented 11th hour witch hunts.

  51. .

    What is left unsaid is that we will no longer have a free country or enjoy civil liberties and the safety of a Bill of Rights, if any American, at any time, can be ruined by an allegation of unproven sexual assault of some 36 years past, when the accused was a 17-year-old teenager, by an accuser who initially trafficked anonymously in such allegations, came forward only as part of a wider, more intensified and collective last-ditch effort to destroy the reputation of the accused, and yet has no clear memory of exactly where she was at 15, or the approximate date, when she claims that she was assaulted, or why she made no such accusation for 30 years—or when she raised the issue some six years ago privately during counseling, why her therapist’s notes of such revelations do not now match her current version of the incident.

    Oh yeah. She’s definitely lying.

  52. Rae

    You reckoned you were a lawyer once?

    Can’t say that I ever did claim that, Dot. But, I am a Digital Native.

  53. tombell

    he’s a white heterosexual male with a strong whiff of conservatism about him. Therefore no need for a show trial. Guilty. Let’s destroy the next Trump nominee and hope the mid-terms go our way.

  54. Marcus

    “I don’t know Christine Ford, I never met Christine Ford…but I…(sob) just know she’s a good person and would never lie…”

    “There, there. Your tears say more than real evidence ever could.”

  55. .

    Someone gets it! Greoning and his writers were right about this over 20 years ago.

    “Now, this technology is new to me, but…I’m pretty sure that’s Brett Kavanaugh in the oven, rotating slowly. His body temperature has risen to over 400 degrees – he’s literally stewing in his own juices!”

    “Join us later for our daily highlights: When the mailman came, and when Ashley let the cat out. Was it was because it was molested? Possibly, we don’t know.”

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