‘SO YOU LIED?’ Woman Who ‘Knew Of’ Kavanaugh-Ford Incident Backtracks HARD

A woman named Cristina King Miranda said she went to the same school as Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford.

Miranda also claims she knew of the alleged sexual assault incident.

Well, now she’s not so sure anymore.

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As Twitchy told you earlier, a woman named Cristina King Miranda tweeted that she graduated from Holton Arms, that she knew both Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford, and that she remembered the alleged incident being “spoken about for days afterwords [sic] in school.” She subsequently deleted the tweet:

Miranda’s latest tweet, which has also been deleted, clarifies that she doesn’t know what she told everyone she thought she knew:

In other words, Miranda is backtracking HARD.


NBC News actually ran with Miranda’s story – even after she backtracked.

Blasey Ford has another wild excuse as to why she can’t testify on Monday – the day Senate Judiciary chair Chuck Grassley has made clear will be the day Senators vote to confirm Kavanaugh.

Really? Really?


One person described Ford’s latest ploy as using “every possible excuse to avoid testifying”:

More on the circus Kavanaugh confirmation, per Politico:

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley will hold a committee vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court if he cannot work out the details of an appearance before the panel next week by Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

The Iowa Republican said if he doesn’t hear back by 10 p.m. on Friday evening or Ford decides not to appear, the committee will vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination on Monday. If he and Ford’s attorney can agree to hear her testimony next week, Grassley will postpone the Monday vote.

“We cannot continue to delay,” Grassley said. He and other Republicans want Ford to appear on Wednesday, though Ford has requested Thursday,


Top committee Democrat Dianne Feinstein of California said she is “shocked and appalled” at Grassley’s hardball tactics.

“Bullying a survivor of attempted rape in order to confirm a nominee — particularly at a time when she’s receiving death threats — is an extreme abuse of power,” she said.


After holding a conference call on Friday morning, the committee’s Republicans accepted some of Ford’s requests, such as allowing one camera in the room, making sure Kavanaugh and Ford aren’t in the same hearing room at the same time and giving Ford breaks during testimony as well as security from the U.S. Capitol Police.

The GOP, however, rejected requests to limit questions to senators only, make Kavanaugh testify first and to subpoena Mark Judge, who Ford claims was in the same room with her and Kavanaugh during the alleged incident in high school.

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