Christine Ford is trying to destroy Brett Kavanaugh.
She came forward to claim he tried to rape her at a high school party.
But the GOP just uncovered this fact that you won’t believe.
The GOP Investigates Ford’s Claim
The Senate Judiciary Committee investigated Ford’s allegation.
Ford’s story had already began collapsing days earlier.
She named four witnesses who were at the party, including her life-long female friend Leland Ingram.
Ingram submitted a sworn statement denying being at the party.
She also denied even knowing Kavanaugh.
That was just the start of the bad news for Ford.
First, the handwritten statement Ford made was filled with edits.
Second, it contradicted the account she gave in her letter to Dianne Feinstein as to how many people were at the party.
Republicans also insisted she turn over the results of the polygraph she took and her therapist’s notes from 2012 where she described the attack for the first time.
Her lawyers refused to turn over her therapist’s notes, but they did give the committee the results of the polygraph.
That raised new questions.
The polygraph administrator only asked Ford general questions.
They did not ask Ford anything specific nor mentioned Kavanaugh’s name.
New Evidence Emerges To Prove Kavanaugh’s Innocence
The GOP released a bombshell ahead of the hearing where both Ford and Kavanaugh were going to testify.
The Committee interviewed two witnesses who came forward saying they were the ones who attacked Ford.
Whoa. Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans say they have spoken to two men who think they, not Kavanaugh, had the 1982 encounter that formed the basis for her sexual abuse claim. (These tables are from a timeline the committee majority published 15 minutes ago.) pic.twitter.com/tjz3CSQUUL
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) September 27, 2018
Democrats howled in protests.
“Republicans are flailing,” a Democratic aide said to NBC News. “They are desperately trying to muddy the waters. … Twelve hours before the hearing they suggest two anonymous men claimed to have assaulted her. Democrats were never informed of these assertions in interviews, in violation of Senate rules.”
The aide continued, “This is shameful and the height of irresponsibility.”
Senator Orrin Hatch fired back on social media.
“Some might find it exceedingly difficult to imagine Judiciary Committee Democrats expressing this complaint with straight faces.”
Hatch’s point rang true.
Democrats sat on Ford’s letter for weeks.
They hid it from the GOP until they could inflict the most political damage.
They only released it days before the vote on Kavanaugh as a desperation ploy to stop his nomination.
Laura Ingraham Raises A New Question
Fox News host Laura Ingraham questioned why Ford and her team wouldn’t turn over her therapist’s notes.
She believes it was because the whole thing is a lie.
“If I hear the therapist thing, I’m gonna need a therapist, okay? Where are the notes? Where are the notes?” Ingraham said. “Guess what, there are no notes! She didn’t deliver her notes. You know why? Because I think the therapist is an ACME therapist. There was no therapist! It’s a big lie! Lie! Lie! Lie!”
Ford has no credibility.
She has no evidence.
And critics question why she only began telling this story in 2012—after she heard that Kavanaugh was on Mitt Romney’s short list for the Supreme Court.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.