Kavanaugh sort-of accuser goes public

Article here. If you get a login or pay challenge, Google the first paragraph text and click the match link. Excerpt:

'Earlier this summer, Christine Blasey Ford wrote a confidential letter to a senior Democratic lawmaker alleging that Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than three decades ago, when they were high school students in suburban Maryland. Since Wednesday, she has watched as that bare-bones version of her story became public without her name or her consent, drawing a blanket denial from Kavanaugh and roiling a nomination that just days ago seemed all but certain to succeed.

Now, Ford has decided that if her story is going to be told, she wants to be the one to tell it.

Speaking publicly for the first time, Ford said that one summer in the early 1980s, Kavanaugh and a friend — both “stumbling drunk,” Ford alleges — corralled her into a bedroom during a gathering of teenagers at a house in Montgomery County.
“I thought he might inadvertently kill me,” said Ford, now a 51-year-old research psychologist in northern California. “He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing.”

Ford said she was able to escape when Kavanaugh’s friend and classmate at Georgetown Preparatory School, Mark Judge, jumped on top of them, sending all three tumbling. She said she ran from the room, briefly locked herself in a bathroom and then fled the house.
In an interview, her husband, Russell Ford, said that in the 2012 sessions, she recounted being trapped in a room with two drunken boys, one of whom pinned her to a bed, molested her and prevented her from screaming. He said he recalled that his wife used Kavanaugh’s last name and voiced concern that Kavanaugh — then a federal judge — might one day be nominated to the Supreme Court.

On Sunday, the White House sent The Post a statement Kavanaugh issued last week, when the outlines of Ford’s account first became public: “I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”'

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Sounds true to me! Well, hard to say really. She did have literally decades to come forward and say this stuff when he was a prominent judge but only now comes forward. Let's say though for the sake of argument this is true. Do you hold a man responsible for a failed drunken go at a girl done when he was a teenager over 30 years ago by assuming he is the same drunken teenage punk? I guess so.

In fact I suppose if at any time a man has done or said something to make a woman feel violated or threatened, he ought to be barred from public service.

Wouldn't surprise me if I am very guilty of this numerous times. Women can easily feel threatened when alone with men on elevators. I have been alone with plenty of women on elevators. I am pretty sure at least one felt threatened.

Given the high degree of anxiety and general nervous fear that grips the fairer sex I have to wonder if somehow females have not evolved to find men scary? Well if what this woman says is true then for her to find the teen-aged Brett Kavanaugh as being scary is fully justified. But is that the man standing for SCOTUS -- assuming this woman is in fact being honest with her allegation?

The fear, indeed, stark terror that feminists feel has to do with Roe v. Wade. They are quite convinced that this man will vote to overturn Roe v. Wade and make it illegal to perform first trimester abortions again. The right to get an abortion was the no. 1 item on feminists' lists in the mid-20th C. It is their touchstone, it is their gold eagle atop a battle standard they use to lead them into battle. "Remember the Alamo" is "Remember Roe v. Wade" when translated to feminist-speak. They are shitting their sensible cloth panties at the idea.

Well I can't say I like the idea of overturning Roe v. Wade either. There is however no smoking gun evidence that Kavanaugh would vote to do so. Remember that when Roe was settled, the court was packed with evil awful downpressorman white males. In fact they created Roe. But today, the dread of white males is so great that to have another one (Oh My God No!) on SCOTUS is like learning one has a fatal condition. No hope. none.

Instead of "Remember The Alamo!", try "Remember Justice Kennedy!". He seemed a temperate conservative too. Then he got appointed to SCOTUS and surprised everyone with his votes often siding with the more liberal judges on the court.

But today's fem-wits shall take no chances. Unless a dedicated pro-choicer is in line for the bench, there can be no peace.

So is it possible this woman is a stooge for the Ds? Heck, offer anyone enough money and they'll do anything. Money talks.

Ultimately it comes down to this: A 30+ year-old allegation of a presumed attempted rape done by a teen-age boy when he was drunk. There is nothing pleasant about that sentence. But it hardly describes the Brett Kavanaugh who is currently looking at a Senate hearing.

But with #MeToo as we know, there is even w/out proof the fact that all accusations are true. #BelieveTheVictim. There is even if a party admits his attributed vileness, no forgiveness. #NoForgiveness There is even if there was no crime committed, a guilty man. #HesGuiltyOfBeingMale

This is #MeToo. This is why not a man alive today can trust a #MeToo supporter, male or female. If one day you are accused, they will not have your back. They will turn on you the way Nazi civilians turned on friends and neighbors if they said something critical of Hitler or the Nazis. They are not trustworthy and to be around them is to risk your well-being.

I got a new hashtag to use to sum up this entire idea:


It suggests that should you have a #MeToo champion in your life, you are soon gone away from same.

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... to be a Democrat and a leftist:


At this point my money's on her being paid for her accusation.

Is there still truth to it? Maybe. But as I said in a previous comment: so what?

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Everyone in the commentariat and the media cycle likes to pretend that this is all about something other than abortion, but in reality, that's all it's about. Suppose for a moment that Kavenaugh really is guilty of the juvenile misdeed for which he is accused, but that he's an enthusiastic cheerleader for the right to off children in utero, for any reason or no reason. Can anyone really believe that Prof. Ford would come forth with her accusation in such a case? Of course not. For Anita Hill, it was all about abortion (though people pretended it wasn't) and now for Prof. Ford it is all about abortion, and people still pretend otherwise.

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He is further guilty of white maleness. Three major strikes. Oh yeah, he's probably str8, too. Four.

What's funny here is that if Roe v. Wade gets challenged after he gets confirmed, I predict he will vote to uphold it.

Feminists flipped out at Kennedy too though refrained from throwing specious allegations at him. They thought for sure their banner achievement would be yanked. Never happened.

I am amazed at how much trouble people can make for themselves via what they do *in anticipation* of things that *might* happen but still stand a good chance of *not* happening. Feminists, it must be remembered, despite being possessed by Satan, individually and collectively, are after all also, only human. they too are susceptible to conniption fits and other sorts of madness. It's like they all just heard the call of Cthulhu* and are now enjoying the madness that The Great Green Lord spreads.

What'll really all shock us about Kavanaugh is when he casts the deciding vote on legalizing polyamorous marriages. His church may well excommunicate him after he says YES to the idea that if three women, two men, and a collie all want to live together in co-wedded bliss, they can -- just so long as no one f*cks the dog.


*I have to hand it to the Chrome dictionary crew. Turns out "Cthulhu" is in the browser dictionary *as shipped*. I never added it.

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