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Blasey Ford Completely Scrubbed Social Media Footprint Weeks Before Sending Letter to Feinstein

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Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein sat on a letter from Christine Blasey Ford for months before deciding to go public.

Then, the country saw how the Brett Kavanaugh circus unfolded.

What’s odd is that a new book claims Ford completely scrubbed her social media footprint weeks before sending the letter to Feinstein.

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Here’s the deal, via Daily Wire:

But according to a new book set for release on Tuesday, penned by two prominent conservative politicos, Blasey Ford “completely scrubbed” her digital footprint weeks before sending the sexual assault allegation to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) in the form of a letter.

Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway and her co-author, Carrie Severino of the Judicial Crisis Network, suggest in “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court” that this social media history scrubbing had been done to cover up Blasey Ford’s far-left politics and her expressed “antipathy” toward President Donald Trump, who tapped Kavanaugh for the position on the highest court.

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As reported by the Washington Examiner, the book outlines how Blasey Ford was portrayed by the media as “politically moderate,” even though “her acquaintances reported Ford’s profile on social media ‘had been notable for its extreme antipathy to President Trump.’”

“Additionally, her political views ‘ran decidedly to the left and were at variance with most of her family’s,’ and Ford’s friends on Facebook said she ‘regularly expressed hostility’ toward the Trump administration, they said,” the Examiner noted, adding that Blasey Ford’s social media “was ‘completely scrubbed’ about the time Kavanaugh was tapped for the Supreme Court in early July 2018.”

Sex crimes prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, the woman who asked the majority of questions for Republicans during Ford’s testimony before the Judiciary Committee, appears to have completely exonerated Kavanaugh.

As noted by Jacob Wohl, “Rachel Mitchell finds Ford’s allegations totally suspect, potentially fraudulent.”

Kind of a big deal.

Mitchell notes: “The activities of congressional Democrats and Dr. Ford’s attorney’s likely affected her account.”

If you haven’t seen the full thing, here’s Ford’s opening statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee:

Two GoFundMe’s for Ford have amassed over $842,000.

A third is at $120,000.

Ford noted: “The costs for security, housing, transportation and other related expenses are much higher than we anticipated and they do not show signs of letting up.”

“Funds received via this account will be used to help us pay for these mounting expenses.”

A spokeswomen for GoFundMe said Ford can withdraw as much cash as she wants…whenever she wants…for any reason.

Over 21,000 people have donated to Ford’s GoFundMe.

Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh dropped $10,000.

Ford and her husband currently live in a $3.3 million home in Palo Alto, California.

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Biden Delivers Speech On Racism, Says Trump Is ‘Part Of The Problem’

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