On Monday, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said that Judge Brett Kavanaugh denied attending a 1980s party at the center of an alleged sexual assault claim. Meanwhile, a number of questions have been raised about Christine Blasey Ford, the woman making the eleventh-hour claim against Kavanaugh, and her story, which appears to have changed somewhat since it first made news.
“The judge, who I know very, very well [and] is an honest man said this didn’t happen,”Hatch said, according to a report at The Hill.
The Hill added:
Ford told The Washington Post that Kavanaugh, while intoxicated at a party in high school, pinned her down and groped her, attempting to remove her clothing. Kavanaugh has denied wrongdoing.
Hatch was asked if there was a possibility that Kavanaugh was so drunk that he did not remember being at the party. The senator dismissed the question.
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“He said that’s not true. … He said this did not happen and he’s naturally very upset about it,” Hatch told reporters.
Meanwhile, a number of questions have been raised about Ford. Reports stated that she “scrubbed” her social media accounts but enough information remains to indicate that she contributed heavily to liberal causes.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, has donated money to the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), and Friends Of Bernie Sanders. pic.twitter.com/VDvolMqQrj
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) September 16, 2018
Additionally, a search of Open Secrets shows that a Christine Ford has donated to various Democrat campaigns.
— Ret Doc (@retinaldoctor) September 16, 2018
And a post at 100 Percent Fed Up tells us:
Christine Blasey Ford’s attorney is a self-described Anti-Trump Resistance activist.
She even signed a letter that was against President Trump immigration policy. She gave many times to the DNC, DNCCC, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and other leftist organizations.
The American Thinker further states:
Bookworm has noticed an odd coincidence: after telling no one her story about the alleged incident for decades, she suddenly remembered and spoke about it in couples’ therapy in 2012, when leftists perceived the possibility that Mitt Romney, ahead in the polls, would win the presidency and appoint Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Coincidence? We think not.
But there’s more. Now, Twitchy says, it appears Ford has changed her story — again:
As Twitchy told you earlier, Ford’s lawyer Debra Katz told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota that it’s up to “investigators” to prove that Ford’s allegations are true. But that’s wasn’t the only bizarre thing Katz said.
Has Ford said definitively how many people were at the party? Was it just four boys and herself? Her lawyer said on TV this morning that there was another girl present.
— Amber Athey (@amber_athey) September 17, 2018
Oh, so now there was another girl at the party????
How many versions of this story are we going to get now? https://t.co/sdVz8SmqDr
— RBe (@RBPundit) September 17, 2018
This seems like a significant discrepancy given the limited number of facts that can possibly be corroborated as is. Accuser told WaPo (& her therapist) there were 4 boys at the party, her lawyer now says there was another girl, original letter said it was her + 4 people. pic.twitter.com/OFLzJS9ykW
— (((AG))) (@AG_Conservative) September 17, 2018
That doesn't mean she's lying btw. She could have easily just remembered incorrectly, but her memory is the only evidence we have so far for the allegation so that seems important if you want to weigh the evidence fairly.
— (((AG))) (@AG_Conservative) September 17, 2018
Now add to the mix the fact that two women who knew and dated Kavanaugh as a young student present a very different picture of the man.
According to Fox News:
Also Monday, two of Kavanaugh’s former girlfriends issued statements vouching for his character.
“I’ve been friends with Brett Kavanaugh for over 35 years, and dated him during high school,” said one of the women, Maura Kane. “In every situation where we were together he always respectful, kind and thoughtful. The accusations leveled against him in no way represent the decent young man I knew. We remain good friends and I admire him as a husband, father and professional.”
“Brett Kavanaugh and I have been good friends since high school,” said the other woman, Maura Fitzgerald. “I dated him in college and he was and is nothing like the person who has been described. He always conducted himself honorably with me at all times when we were together. He was always a perfect gentleman, and I vouch for him completely.”
Additionally, 65 women who knew Kavanaugh during his high school years wrote a letter to the Judiciary Committee shredding the claims made by Feinstein’s letter.
The Senate Judiciary Committee said it has invited both Kavanaugh and Ford to appear at a public hearing on September 24 to testify about the claims. It’s not clear if Ford will be present, Fox said.
White House spokesman Raj Shah said Monday that “Judge Kavanaugh looks forward to a hearing where he can clear his name of this false allegation. He stands ready to testify tomorrow if the Senate is ready to hear him,” Fox added.
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