The Washington Post has outed Christine Blasey Ford as the woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault 30 years ago. She spent all weekend deleting her social media accounts in order to hide who she is. She had refused to make the accusations publicly, but after the Post outed her she has no choice, because although Kavanaugh can’t sue her for slander, his friend Mark Judge is not a public figure, and can sue her for defamation of character. But her story is more full of holes than Swiss cheese.
She claims that Kavanaugh held her down on the bed and fondled her over her clothing, and tried to undress her. How many hands does the judge have? Also, she said after he did all these things, she decided to scream. Wouldn’t a woman being sexually assaulted scream while she was being felt up and forcibly undressed? If Mike Judge sues her, and I think he will, it is up to her to prove that he assaulted her. But the activist just wanted to derail Kavanaugh’s confirmation. She absolutely wanted to remain anonymous for a reason.
In a statement Sunday after the Post article was published, Ms. Feinstein defended not going public with the accusation, saying “it has always been Mrs. Ford’s decision whether to come forward publicly. For any woman, sharing an experience involving sexual assault — particularly when it involves a politically connected man with influence, authority and power — is extraordinarily difficult.”
She also called for the Kavanaugh nomination — which she already had said she opposes — to be put on hold.
“I support Mrs. Ford’s decision to share her story, and now that she has, it is in the hands of the FBI to conduct an investigation. This should happen before the Senate moves forward on this nominee,” she wrote.
Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer asked Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley to delay the panel’s vote on the nomination, scheduled for Thursday, until the “serious and credible allegations” can be thoroughly investigated.
“For too long, when woman have made serious allegations of abuse, they have been ignored. That cannot happen in this case,” he said.
“To railroad a vote now,” he added, “would be an insult to the women of America and the integrity of the Supreme Court.”
Remember, Schumer is a member of the DNC, whose number two man was accused by two women for assault. They have stood by and allowed him to not only keep his job, but are supporting him as he runs for the top law enforcement officer in Minnesota. Spare me the crocodile tears, Schumer, you raving hypocrite.