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The Biggest, Most Conspicuous Hole in Christine Ford’s Story

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If you ask the Democrats and the mainstream media (but I repeat myself), Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s story is so emotional and troubling, it simply must be true.

And if you question it you’re clearly a sexist misogynist who hates women and perpetuates rape culture.

There is no in between.

The in between, of course, in a sensible world, would be to carefully assess Ford’s testimony as to whether or not it is credible in a court of law.

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Of course, the prosecutor Republicans hired to question Ford says it’s not, and prosecuting men credibly accused of sexually assaulting women is her specialty.

In the lengthy memo written by this prosecutor, Rachel Mitchell, she detailed exactly why Ford’s testimony was lacking in any substantial evidence against Brett Kavanaugh.

She discussed extensively how unreliable Ford’s memory was, not only of the incident allegedly involving Kavanaugh, but even of key details such as whether or not she gave her therapist’s notes to the Washington Post.

Matt Walsh over at the Daily Wire explains that of all the key details Ford simply cannot remember, such as where the alleged assault took place, when, and exactly who was there, one conspicious hole stands out: how she got home. Ford claims she does not remember.

Walsh isn’t buying it:

As Mitchell points out in her memo, Ford claims to not remember how she got home from the party after the alleged assault occurred. This detail is crucial because the house, she says, was near a country club and the country club was about a 20-minute drive from her home. That means someone must have picked her up and drove her home right after the incident. The testimony of such a person would be indispensable because they could describe Ford’s physical and emotional state at the time.

According to her allegation, she was a 15-year-old girl who had just been violently assaulted and, in her mind, almost killed. She fled the house fearing for her life. Then she got into someone’s car. That person would surely have noticed that Ford was in distress. The main reason why Juanita Broaddrick’s allegation against Bill Clinton is so believable and credible is that Broaddrick was found by her friends minutes after Clinton allegedly raped her. Those friends corroborated the account, confirming that they did indeed find Broaddrick “crying and in a state of shock” on the night in question.

Is it at all believable that a 15-year-old girl could pull herself together and present herself as totally fine mere moments after running out of a house to escape two drunken rapists? No, it’s not. We must logically conclude that someone witnessed Ford in a similar state of shock, or that nobody did because the incident never occurred.

While this doesn’t necessarily mean that Ford is lying, it is certainly suspicious beyond the point of reasonable doubt. As Walsh goes on to explain, it’s incredibly that Ford would remember key details like how the house was furnished and how many beers she consumed, as well as hiding in the bathroom and hearing the boys talking and laughing, but doesn’t remember calling someone for help.

And while she may have this memory lapse, if she was driven home, there is someone else who would remember picking her up and taking her home, as she would have surely been distressed. Have they also conveniently forgotten as well?

There are far too many holes in Ford’s story to add up. This can’t be stated enough.

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Conspiracy U: A Case Study | Schaftlein Report

Guest: Scott A. Shay – Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry, and the new book Conspiracy U: A Case Study ( ScottShay.com )

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Conspiracy U: A Case Study | Schaftlein Report
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Guest: Scott A. Shay – Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry, and the new book Conspiracy U: A Case Study ( ScottShay.com )
Topics:
1) Conspiracy U: A Case Study – Scott discusses tenured professors’ conspiracy teaching on campuses and the use of intimidation tactics
2) Anti-sematic and anti-zionist promotions on campuses leading to significant increases in hate crimes against Jews
3) Democrats are trying to stash Amnesty in the Build Back Better $1.75T spending bill – For 6.5M Illegal Immigrants, it strives to do the following:
*Temporary Parole
**5 year work and Travel Permits
4) Some Democrats want to ignore the Senate Parliamentarian if she rules against the Democrats as expected
5) Sen. Manchin opposes the plan as 87% of West Virginians oppose the bill
6) Manchin also is opposed to the Paid Leave provision in the deal that will cost $200B
7) Americans move on with their lives and give Omicron variant the cold shoulder as we need to learn to live with a virus that is not going away

https://rumble.com/embed/vngr2q/?pub=4 Conspiracy U: A Case Study | Schaftlein Report ———————- Guest: Scott A. Shay – Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry, and the new book Conspiracy U: A Case Study ( ScottShay.com ) Topics: 1) Conspiracy U: A Case Study – Scott discusses tenured professors’ conspiracy teaching on campuses and the use of intimidation tactics 2) Anti-sematic and anti-zionist promotions on campuses leading to significant increases in hate crimes against Jews 3) Democrats are trying to stash Amnesty in the Build Back Better $1.75T spending bill – For 6.5M Illegal Immigrants, it strives to do the following: *Temporary Parole **5 year work and Travel Permits 4) Some Democrats want to ignore the Senate Parliamentarian if she rules against the Democrats as expected 5) Sen. Manchin opposes the plan as 87% of West Virginians oppose the bill 6) Manchin also is opposed to the Paid Leave provision in the deal that will cost $200B 7) Americans move on with their lives and give Omicron variant the cold shoulder as we need to learn to live with a virus that is not going away

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Biden Invokes ‘Santa Claus’ in Bizarre Supply Chain Commentary

This, while taking no responsibility whatsoever for the ever-worsening consumer crisis facing Americans.

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It’s no secret that President Joe Biden has a way with words.  What is surprising is just which way he often chooses to go with his words.

This week was no different, as the Commander in Chief continues to struggle with criticisms of his handling of the ongoing supply chain crisis that threatens to leave the underside of many an American Christmas tree bare.

President Joe Biden tried to distance himself from supply chain disruptions this Christmas, telling Americans on Wednesday he was not responsible for any problems.

He then decided to bring Santa Claus into it for some reason.

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“I can’t promise that every person will get every gift they want on time,” Biden said. “Only Santa Claus can keep that promise.”

Biden argued that shortages for some goods around Christmas were normal, citing the Cabbage Patch Kids doll shortage in the 1980s and also the shortage of Beanie Babies in past years.

But then the President simply downplayed the issues entirely, attempting to neutralize his critics.

“Here’s the deal. For the vast majority of the country, that’s not happening,” Biden said.

Then, in a statement that will surely make some CNBC pundits’ heads spin, the President suggested that the current rate of inflation was “natural”, and a byproduct of the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

 

It’s no secret that President Joe Biden has a way with words.  What is surprising is just which way he often chooses to go with his words. This week was no different, as the Commander in Chief continues to struggle with criticisms of his handling of the ongoing supply chain crisis that threatens to leave the underside of many an American Christmas tree bare. President Joe Biden tried to distance himself from supply chain disruptions this Christmas, telling Americans on Wednesday he was not responsible for any problems. He then decided to bring Santa Claus into it for some reason. “I can’t promise that every person will get every gift they want on time,” Biden said. “Only Santa Claus can keep that promise.” Biden argued that shortages for some goods around Christmas were normal, citing the Cabbage Patch Kids doll shortage in the 1980s and also the shortage of Beanie Babies in past years. But then the President simply downplayed the issues entirely, attempting to neutralize his critics. “Here’s the deal. For the vast majority of the country, that’s not happening,” Biden said. Then, in a statement that will surely make some CNBC pundits’ heads spin, the President suggested that the current rate of inflation was “natural”, and a byproduct of the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic.  

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