Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate was a major event.
The media billed her as credible and claimed she could ruin Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.
But Ford was caught red-handed and now all hell is breaking loose.
Christine Blasey Ford’s Testimony Under Fire
Critics began to question if Ford told the truth in her testimony.
Her story did not add up.
They pointed to details about when she first came forward about Brett Kavanaugh attacking her.
Ford explained that the reason she revealed the assault in 2012 was because she and her husband were in therapy after remodeling their home.
She claimed she wanted to put in a second door as an escape door.
This led her to tell her therapist about her attack.
Over the years, I told very, very few friends that I had this traumatic experience. I told my husband before we were married that I had experienced a sexual assault. I had never told the details to anyone — the specific details — until May 2012, during a couples counseling session.
The reason this came up in counseling is that my husband and I had completed a very extensive, very long remodel of our home and I insisted on a second front door, an idea that he and others disagreed with and could not understand.
In explaining why I wanted a second front door, I began to describe the assault in detail. I recall saying that the boy who assaulted me could someday be on the U.S. Supreme Court, and spoke a bit about his background at an elitist all-boys school in Bethesda, Maryland. My husband recalls that I named my attacker as Brett Kavanaugh.
Reporting Shows Ford May Not Have Told The Truth
A Real Clear Investigations report casts doubt on Ford’s testimony.
They reported on records that indicate Palo Alto issued a building permit to Ford and her husband in 2008, years before the 2012 therapy session.
Workers finished the remodeling job by 2010.
A lawyer familiar with the matter told Real Clear Investigations that the door was not an “escape door.”
Real Clear Investigations reports:
But documents reveal the door was installed years before as part of an addition, and has been used by renters and even a marriage counseling business.
“The door was not an escape route but an entrance route,” said an attorney familiar with the ongoing congressional investigation. “It appears the real plan for the second front door was to rent out a separate room.”
Ford’s story does not add up.
There are too many contradictions and inconsistencies.
An ex-boyfriend who dated her for years wrote a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee that left many wondering if she will be prosecuted for perjury.
Ford claimed she never helped anyone pass a polygraph.
But her ex-boyfriend said that he saw Ford coach a close friend on how to pass a polygraph.
And now critics believe Ford’s been caught lying under oath for a second time.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.