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Kavanaugh’s Original Accuser Takes Polygraph, Continues to Contradict Herself



Let’s get one thing straight: whether or not Kavanaugh is guilty of sexual assault there is simply no substantial case against him that would be taken seriously in a court of law.


And the more this ridiculous scandal drags on, the more apparent this becomes.

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Amid a growing number of other unsubstantiated and dubious claims made against the SCOTUS nominee days before the Senate votes on whether or not to confirm him, Kavanaugh’s first accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, is still contradicting herself.

She’s taken a polygraph test, as requested by the Senate Judiciary Committee, but there are a few problems.

Because of course there are.

The Daily Wire reports.

Dr. Ford submitted to the polygraph in early August, answering two very general questions about a sexual assault she believes happened in the early 1980s when she and Kavanaugh were in their teens. A former FBI investigator, Jeremiah Hanafin, reportedly administered the test at a Baltimore, Maryland, hotel in early August…

The results admitted today contain a handful of strange errors that seem to undermine statements Dr. Ford made in a letter to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, in which she also detailed her alleged sexual assault at Kavanaugh’s hands.

In her statement to Hanafin, for example, Dr. Ford mentions “there were 4 boys and a couple of girls” at the party. In her later statement, she mentions only “four boys at the party,” including Kavanaugh and his friend, Mike Judge. This is also different from an account Dr. Ford gave to her therapist, which claimed four boys were in the room when she was attacked (she later explained this as a mistake on the part of the therapist).

Dr. Ford’s attorneys have refused to release any of Dr. Ford’s therapist’s notes to the Senate committee claiming that they are medical records and are therefore private — even though those same “private” notes were provided to The Washington Post.

The documents provided do not list who paid for the polygraph and give no explanation as to why Dr. Ford subjected herself to the test if she had no intention of coming forward publicly with her allegations.

What are the odds these women disappear and forget all about their claims once Kavanaugh is voted in?



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