by CHQ Staff
The past ten days of ritual defamation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh revealed the depth and sophistication of the Far-Left Democrats’ smear machine, but yesterday’s hearing revealed the truly bizarre world of Christine Blasey Ford, the high priestess of the ritual.
In this bizarre world, Christine Blasey Ford cannot fly, due to the posttraumatic stress syndrome caused by the manhandling she allegedly received at the hands of Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge. Unless of course, the flight is to Tahiti, Hawaii, or the East Coast of the United States just a few weeks before her attorneys cited that alleged PTSD as the reason to delay her testimony for another week.
In this bizarre world, Christine Blasey Ford, a university professor, educated at an elite high school and some of America’s top universities – who holds two masters degrees and a doctorate – cannot compose a letter that would garner better than a C at any public high school in America, and doesn’t know how to contact her Representative in Congress.
In this bizarre world, the university professor speaks in a little girl’s voice, cannot remember or does not know elementary things about how she came to sit before a Senate committee to air her claims of an attempted rape and destroy the good name of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
As Ryan Saavedra noted for the Daily Wire, Ford said that she met with Rep. Anna Eshoo’s (D-CA) staff on July 18 and later met with Eshoo on July 20, which contradicts her written testimony in which she claims she met with Eshoo’s staff on July 11 and met with Eshoo on July 13.
Ford changed her story about the number of people at the party that she claims happened — which everyone who she claims was there denies having any memory of.
Indeed, as our friends at National Review observed, almost immediately after the results of her polygraph were released, inconsistencies in Ford’s testimony were pointed out. The written statement used as the basis for the polygraph test said there were “four people” present at the party where the alleged assault occurred but, at some point, “four people” was crossed out and replaced with “four boys and a couple of girls.”
Both versions of events are inconsistent with the letter Ford sent in July to Senator Dianne Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, in which she described the party attendees as consisting of “me and four others.” They also clashed with what Ford’s statement to the Washington Post that there were “four boys” present at the party, a claim she has since retracted, saying instead that her friend Leland Keyser also attended the party but did not know of the assault.
And bizarrely, she doesn’t know who paid for her polygraph.
Ford has identified Keyser, Kavanaugh, and his Georgetown Prep classmates Mark Judge and Patrick Smyth as being present at the party where she says Kavanaugh’s attempted assault occurred, bizarrely, all of those she has named as witnesses deny the party or the assault took place, with her lifelong friend Leland Keyser denying she even knew Brett Kavanaugh or ever attended a party with him.
Christine Blasey Ford claims she was not intoxicated and described having just “one beer” at the “party,” yet, as Paul Sperry pointed out in the New York Post, Ford bizarrely still can’t recall basic details of what she says was the most traumatic event in her life. Not where the “assault” took place — she’s not sure whose house it was, or even what street it was on. Nor when — she’s not even sure of the year, let alone the day and month.
Ford’s not certain how old she was or what grade she was in when she alleges an older student violently molested her, and even more bizarrely, she doesn’t know how she got to or from the “party.”
As Sperry observed, Christine Blasey Ford’s own immediate family doesn’t appear to be backing her up, either. Bizarrely, those who were able to know and observe the trauma she claimed she suffered, her mother, father and two siblings, are all conspicuously absent from a letter of support released by a dozen relatives, and, did not attend the hearing to offer their support.
As Nicole Russell, writing for The Washington Examiner observed, Ford, a highly trained psychologist, referred several times to the hippocampus, the center of the brain that holds emotion and memory, and that it aids in searing trauma into that part of the brain.
Bizarrely, the only things that seem seared into her brain are things that mar Kavanaugh — not anything that could prove her allegations such as the exact year, day, time of day, how she arrived at the party, how she got home from several miles away, or the name of the fourth person she remembers attending the gathering.
Finally, and perhaps most bizarrely, although Christine Blasey Ford claimed she had no political motive in coming forward and that she had initially wished to remain anonymous, Laura Ingraham, host of “The Ingraham Angle” on Fox News and a co-founder of LifeZette, noted via Twitter, “She did not want to talk to the press but contacted The Washington Post three times in four days?”