Christine Ford’s story about Brett Kavanaugh was collapsing.
It looked like a sure bet for his confirmation.
Then four witnesses stepped forward with a smoking gun that threw everything into chaos.
Christine Ford’s Story is Not Credible
Christine Ford’s story was full of holes.
Her story began to collapse when a female friend said she had never been at a party with Kavanaugh in her life.
In fact, none of the witnesses she named backed up her story.
Additionally, Ford told no one about the attack at the time that it happened.
Ford Produces “Witnesses”
Ford was set to testify on Thursday and more Americans began to suspect she was lying about Brett Kavanaugh.
Then Ford’s legal team produced four witnesses signing affidavits claiming Ford told them Kavanaugh attacked her.
Adela Gildo-Mazzon says Ford is a good friend and she’s known her for over ten years.
She claims that back in 2013, Ford told her that Kavanaugh attacked her.
“During our meal, Christine was visibly upset, so I asked her what was going on,” Gildo-Mazzon wrote. “Christine told me she had been having a hard day because she was thinking about an assault she experienced when she was much younger. She said she had been almost raped by someone who was now a federal judge. She told me she had been trapped in a room with two drunken guys, and that she had escaped, ran away and hid.”
Keith Koegler said Ford told her about the attack in 2016 when the two were discussing the sentence for Stanford swimmer Brock Turner for sexual assault.
“Christine expressed anger at Mr. Turner’s lenient sentence, stating that she was particularly bothered by it because she was assaulted in high school by a man who was now a federal judge in Washington, D.C.,” Koegler claimed.
“Christine did not mention the assault to me again until June 29, 2018, two days after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his resignation from the Supreme Court of the United States,” he wrote.
Koegler also claimed Ford named Kavanaugh in an email after it was reported that Kavanaugh was on Trump’s Supreme Court shortlist.
Ford’s Final Two Witnesses
Rebecca White knew Ford for six years.
She claims Ford told her about the attack in 2017.
“I was walking my dog and Christine was outside of her house,” White wrote. “I stopped to speak with her, and she told me she had read a recent social media post I had written about my own experience with sexual assault.”
“She then told me that when she was a young teen, she had been sexually assaulted by an older teen,” she claimed. “I remember her saying that her assailant was now a federal judge.”
Ford’s husband signed an affidavit claiming she talked about the attack in a 2012 therapy session:
“I remember her saying that her attacker’s name was Brett Kavanaugh, that he was a successful lawyer who had grown up in Christine’s hometown, and that he was well-known in the Washington D.C. community,” Russell Ford wrote.
Russell Ford claimed his wife was afraid Mitt Romney would nominate him for the Supreme Court.
“However, in the end she believed her civic duty required her to speak out,” he added. “In our 16 years of marriage I have always known Christine to be a truthful person of great integrity. I am proud of her for her bravery and courage,” he said.
There is one giant problem with Ford’s so-called “witnesses.”
None of them had firsthand knowledge at the time of the alleged rape.
They were all told 30 years after the fact.
They do not substantiate her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, they only prove that Ford’s story continues to suffer from a credibility crisis.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.