Christine Blasey Ford, the first of numerous women to accuse SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, will most likely testify Thursday before the Senate.
On Wednesday, her polygraph test was revealed.
Inconsistencies abounded – to say the least.
To be even more blunt, it would appear Ford has been caught lying dead to rights.
From Daily Caller:
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s polygraph exam was released on Wednesday, and it reveals another inconsistency in her claim about an alleged assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
In her handwritten statement included in her polygraph, Ford claims that there were “4 boys and a couple of girls at the party.”
Christine Blasey Ford has changed her story multiple (!) times:
For Polygraph: "Four boys and a couple girls."
To Feinstein: “Four others”
To Washington Post: “Four boys at the party.”
To CNN: "Four boys and a girl"
AGAIN: No one remembers this partyhttps://t.co/c73TlMp9XJ
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) September 26, 2018
Ford claims that Kavanaugh pushed her into a bedroom, groped her and covered her mouth with his hand to prevent her from screaming at a party during high school. The party was alleged to have occurred in the early 1980s.
Dr. Christine Ford's hand written statement included in her polygraph says the party where the alleged assault by Kavanaugh occurred had "4 boys and a couple of girls." In her original letter to Feinstein she said the gathering was her "and four others" pic.twitter.com/to4gz9Do80
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) September 26, 2018
More from Right Scoop:
1. Note the date on the Polygraph: August 7th. According to Ford’s original letter to Feinstein, she said:
I am currently vacationing in the mid-Atlantic until August 7th and will be in California after August 10th.
So did her ship return in time for her to perform a polygraph? Did she have to fly to Maryland from wherever her ship came in? If so, I thought she didn’t like to fly???
Ford was asked only two questions during the test, neither of which were directly related to Kavanaugh specifically:
Legal Analyst Danny Cevallos discusses Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's polygraph test, which was made public today. pic.twitter.com/4SIprV4CeC
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) September 26, 2018
But what’s interesting is that she never mentioned Brett’s last name. She only mentioned ‘Brett’ and ‘Mark’ in her statement:
BREAKING: Christine Blasey Ford's polygraph exam tested her only on the truthfulness of a statement she wrote out beforehand which merely mentions a "Brett," but not "Brett Kavanaugh," meaning she was never asked directly about Kavanaugh
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 26, 2018
One of the greatest things about being an American is you are always presumed innocent until proven guilty.
To Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) that isn’t the case when talking about Kavanaugh.
To Schumer, the judge is not to be presumed innocent.
Chuck Schumer on Judge Kavanaugh: “There is no presumption of innocence.”pic.twitter.com/Ftt9WmQos2
— Ryan Saavedra ???????? (@RealSaavedra) September 25, 2018
From The Blaze:
“You have to diametrically opposed stories, and there are two issues,” Schumer explained. “A, which story is right, and if, if, uhm, Dr. Ford is telling the truth then Judge Kavanaugh’s credibility is in great question.”
“I agree that we, this is not, that’s a criminal trial,” he responded. “What I believe is that we should get to the bottom and find the facts in the way that the FBI has always done.”
“There’s no presumption of innocence or guilt when you have a nominee before you,” he concluded.
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