There Are Eight Serious Problems for the Story by Christine Blasey Ford

Psychologist Christine Blasey Ford, as the accuser of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, should not be allowed a free pass on her unsubstantiated charges against the judge. Teh #MeToo movement seems to have given women license to accuse any man of anything and have the allegations qualify as the only proof needed. In the case of Ms. Ford, here are 8 questions that need to be asked of her and her answers examined accordingly. Read on, please.

As Written and Reported by Paul Sperry for the New York Post:

Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against Brett Kavanaugh are serious. She is accusing him of violent attempted rape. “I thought he might inadvertently kill me. He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing,” she told The Washington Post, recounting the alleged incident at a high school party “one summer in the early 1980s.”

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But her story is also growing less believable by the day. Here are eight reasons why it’s hardly “anti-woman” for senators to question her account at Thursday’s hearing:

1) For starters, Ford still can’t recall basic details of what she says was the most traumatic event in her life. Not where the “assault” took place — she’s not sure whose house it was, or even what street it was on. Nor when — she’s not even sure of the year, let alone the day and month.

Ford’s not certain how old she was or what grade she was in when she says an older student violently molested her. (But she doesn’t plead inebriation: She described having just “one beer” at the party.)

2) Ford concedes she told no one what happened to her at the time, not even her best friend or mother. That means she can rely on no contemporaneous witness to….

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