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Oct 25 2018

Why Christine Blasey Ford Has Been Lying Low

Christine Blasey Ford has kept a low profile since the railroading of Brett Kavanaugh failed to keep him off the Supreme Court. She will not pursue her sexual assault allegations.

Now that she is a star like Anita Hill, you might have expected to see more of her. Even if her stunt didn’t work, she is still literally worshiped by liberals. What producer wouldn’t welcome her onto cable news to denounce Kavanaugh and the sexist patriarchy?

Here’s why she has been lying low:

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley on Thursday referred Julie Swetnick and her lawyer Michael Avenatti to the Department of Justice for a possible criminal investigation over allegations they made false statements to Congress about now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. …

Grassley said that Swetnick had contradicted her own allegations in an interview with NBC, and that the committee spoke with “45 individuals, obtained 25 written statements and reviewed numerous other materials” but could not find “any information to corroborate Ms. Swetnick’s claims.”

“I ask that the FBI investigate whether Mr. Avenatti criminally conspired with Ms. Swetnick to make materially false statements to the Committee,” Grassley wrote.

It can never be definitively proven that Kavanaugh did not grope Blasey Ford at some undetermined time and place (thus the vagueness of the allegations). However, like Swetnick, she changed her story. It can be established that she lied in her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Is that not a crime?

Next Grassley needs to go after the nutty professor for conspiring with Dianne Feinstein.

On a tip from 1-Bodhisattva.

3 Responses to “Why Christine Blasey Ford Has Been Lying Low”

  1. […] Unlike the mendacious activists running NBC News, Avenatti and Swetnick may face consequences for the disgraceful parts they played in the attempted railroading of an innocent man. Chuck Grassley has referred them for criminal investigation. […]

  2. […] last client of note was Julie Swetnick, who may face legal consequences for making false allegations during the Democrat campaign to railroad Brett Kavanaugh in the name […]

  3. […] she made outlandish claims of sexual abuse involving straight arrow Brett Kavanaugh (there may be criminal consequences for the lies Swetnick told). But now Avenatti has been arrested for felony domestic violence […]

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