Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) let the cat out of the bag.
Christine Blasey Ford’s lawyer, Debra Katz (and team), wanted the wild Judicial hearing America saw unfold on TV from Washington DC.
Why? Because Katz is a liberal activist.
Katz wanted to make a spectacle of Kavanaugh’s confirmation in order to take down the judge.
Do you think Cubans are fighting for healthcare or freedom from Communism?
How can we be sure?
Well, Ford apparently didn’t know that she could have testified at home and never even had to make the trip to DC.
Graham makes it clear that her lawyers should’ve told her about this.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: I about fell out of my chair when Dr. Ford said yesterday, “I didn’t know you would be willing to come to me.” The email interactions between this committee and her lawyers. “My staff would still welcome the opportunity to speak to Dr. Ford any time, anyplace, convenient to her. Come to us or we to you. I’m willing to have my staff travel to Dr. Ford in California or any where else to obtain her testimony. September the 19th.” Well, that wouldn’t fit in the plan. It wouldn’t be public and it would get over sooner than people wanted. I don’t know what to believe but I tend to believe that Dr. Ford did not know about this invitation. And, I’ve been a lawyer most of my adult life and somebody needs to ask the question to her lawyers how could she not know about this?
Katz was recommended to Ford by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA).
From Free Beacon:
Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, revealed Thursday that she hired her attorney at the recommendation of Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.).
Ford made the disclosure at a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, during which she testified about her allegation against Kavanaugh.
Rachel Mitchell, a prosecutor in the Maricopa County, Arizona Attorney’s Office who the committee selected to assist Republican lawmakers in questioning Ford, asked Ford in what she described as a “clean-up question” about her attorneys representing her through the process.
“Which of your two lawyers did Senator Feinstein’s office recommend,” Mitchell asked.
Katz has defended alleged sex predator Bill Clinton and disgraced Sen. Al Franken in the past.
She was seen wearing a shirt that features the raised socialist power fist.
Fake rape lawyer Debra Katz is seen wearing radical socialist power fist t-shirt while calling for resistance against the Presidency. Via @gatewaypundit ???????? https://t.co/qLMtsqxBXR #EnemiesDomestic #WalkAway #MAGA pic.twitter.com/e1qrr3YmbW
— Red Pill Jew Bot ❌ (@ImAndrewMarcus) September 22, 2018
For reference, click here to see the raised socialist power fist.
Katz was also caught on camera saying, “We are going to resist!”
From Daily Caller:
Debra Katz, one of the attorneys representing Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, attended a resistance rally against the president in 2017 and promised to “fight back.”
The lawyer has numerous ties to the resistance against Trump, and was caught on camera at a protest in February 2017 after Jeff Sessions was confirmed as the administration’s attorney general.
“We are going to fight back,” she told a reporter. “We are going to resist. We will not be silenced.”
More on Katz, via Breitbart:
Debra Katz, the attorney hired by Christine Blasey Ford to represent her and her claim that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh attacked her at a high school party three decades ago, is a longtime Democratic activist and donor. Katz has, in the past, defended men accused of sexual assault by multiple women, including former President Bill Clinton and disgraced former U.S. Senator Al Franken (D-MN).
And she is a part of the “resist” movement, the anti-President Donald Trump crowd. In an October 2017 interview posted on the National Women Law Center’s website, Katz was asked about sexual misconduct cases.
“Today, in your practice, have you noticed an increase in these kinds of cases or complaints? Why do you think that is?” Emily Martin, vice president for Education and Workplace Justice, asked Katz in 2017.