REPORT: Keep In Mind How Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford Had No Social Network Footprint? Here’s Why.|Daily Wire
When Christine Blasey Ford came forward to accuse then-U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of decades-old sexual attack, little was known about her; in reality, she had no social networks footprint at all— a severe quirk for modern times.
But according to a new book set for release on Tuesday, penned by two popular conservative politicos, Blasey Ford “entirely scrubbed” her digital footprint weeks prior to sending out the sexual attack allegation to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) in the form of a letter.
Fox News factor Mollie Hemingway and her co-author, Carrie Severino of the Judicial Crisis Network, recommend in “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Verification and the Future of the Supreme Court” that this social networks history scrubbing had been done to cover Blasey Ford’s far-left politics and her expressed “antipathy” towards President Donald Trump, who tapped Kavanaugh for the position on the greatest court.
As reported by the Washington Examiner, the book lays out how Blasey Ford was depicted by the media as “politically moderate,” despite the fact that “her associates reported Ford’s profile on social media ‘had actually been significant for its severe antipathy to President Trump.'”
“In addition, her political views ‘ran extremely to the left and were at difference with many of her household’s,’ and Ford’s good friends on Facebook stated she ‘regularly revealed hostility’ toward the Trump administration, they said,” the Inspector noted, including that Blasey Ford’s social networks “was ‘entirely scrubbed’ about the time Kavanaugh was tapped for the Supreme Court in early July 2018.”
Blasey Ford informed Sen. Feinstein in a letter in 2015 that Kavanaugh sexually attacked her at a houseparty, which was not defined, sometime in the early 1980s. The dubious claim was entirely uncorroborated and the Senate Judiciary Committee ultimately discovered that there was “no proof to substantiate any of the claims.”
“In neither the committee’s examination nor in the extra background examination conducted by the FBI existed ANY evidence to corroborate or corroborate any of the accusations,” the Committee said. Kavanaugh was finally confirmed to the greatest court bench in early October, and Blasey Ford walked off with over $650,000 from a
GoFundMe account in November. As reported by The Daily Wire last week, Hemingway and Severino also claim in the book that President Donald Trump kept “dirt” on the accuser out of worry of being implicated of so-called “victim shaming.”
“They spoke with Trump, leading White House authorities and several Supreme Court justices, among lots of others,” reported Fox News’ Howard Kurtz. “The book explains a main quandary for the judge and his supporters, which is that the team ‘understood that any criticism of Ford would be dealt with as a smear’ and depicted as ‘victim shaming.'”
“Although some of those who knew Ford shared details about her behavior in high school and college that were ‘drastically at chances with her presentation in the media,’ the book states, the Kavanaugh group chose to concentrate on his record and the damage to his track record,” Kurtz included.
As noted by the Inspector, Blasey Ford supposedly went by her maiden name before the allegation hit. “Some recommended that she was following sophisticated public relations recommendations to stress her relationship with her other half,” the book says.
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