Last week, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was charged with attempting to violate Professor Christine Blasey Ford of Palo Alto University while both students were in high school. Now a video of Kavanaugh of Georgetown Prep, the exclusive high school for boys that he attended, has appeared. You are about to see why images have become instantly viral.
Following allegations of sexual assault by Palo Alto University professor Christine Blasey Ford, Senator Elizabeth Warren released a video she unearthed in 2015. In her film, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, candidate at the Supreme Court, attended high school.
"Fortunately, we had a good saying that we have held up, to this day, as the Dean reminded me before the conference, which is what is happening at Georgetown Prep, stays at Georgetown Prep," Kavanaugh says in the staple.
Of course, the Democrats clung to the video and started broadcasting it widely via social media. Soon, the images had become viral, the lost liberals claiming it served as evidence that Kavanaugh had, in fact, attempted to rape Blasey Ford at a high school party 35 years ago.
But frankly, if that's all they need to do, their case is pretty bad. This video is not proof. It does not prove anything. Kavanaugh was making a joke – the one his audience found quite funny, judging by the resounding laughter after his lining.
Meanwhile, we literally have mountains of real evidence that suggests that Christine Blasey Ford is not telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. For starters, Senator Diane Feinstein (D-CA) waited six weeks before releasing the letter that Blasey Ford had written to her about the alleged assault. After receiving the letter in July, Feinstein waited until the day before Kavanaugh's confirmation to make it public.
Meanwhile, Kavanaugh attended 65 different meetings with various senators and Feinstein was among them. However, she has never seen fit to raise allegations of sexual misconduct. Feinstein also neglected to confront Kavanaugh about Blasey Ford's letter at his confirmation hearing. Apparently, even she does not believe she has much merit and has only retained it as a last resort to stop Kavanaugh's confirmation.
There is a much more credible letter that has appeared since, however. It was written by 65 women who have known Brett Kavanaugh since high school and who, unanimously, vouches for its remarkable character. Similarly, two ex-girlfriends of Kavanaugh – one who had attended high school and the other who attended college – submitted their own statements of support to the judge.
And then we have the fact that Christine Blasey Ford is not exactly a scout. Its directories were removed from the Internet because they painted an image of a riotous environment of drinking parties and constant holidays among the students of the school.
In addition, Blasey Ford, a leftist activist, usually writes letters. In June, she signed a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), an open border defense group, which was sent to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Attorney General Jeff. sessions. In that letter, Ford signed statements accusing Trump of using border repression to "traumatize children" and claimed that he "violated basic human rights."
And do not forget that many of her students hate her.
The Republicans demanded that Blasey Ford testify before Monday or that Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation be advanced, but the judge's accuser refused. Now, the credibility of its story is rapidly collapsing, it seems less and less likely that it will do it.
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