With Judge Brett Kavanagh now Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Christine Blasey Ford is calling it quits regarding her allegation of sexual misconduct against him. Ford alleges that during a party in high school, a drunken 17-year-old Kavanaugh tried to rape her. There is no evidence to support this accusation. There are no corroborating witnesses. She wrote about this allegation in a letter to Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s office (D-CA) over the summer, where she sat on it for weeks. She didn’t tell anyone, not even her fellow Senate colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee until the last minute. Someone leaked it to the press. It was probably a Democrat; they’re the only ones who knew! It was dropped at the last possible moment, when Kavanaugh’s confirmation looked all but assured. Yes, it had a deep state feeling to it.
Ford testified before Congress over the allegation. Judge Kavanaugh gave an intense and emotion defense of his character and reputation, which was destroyed by these baseless accusations. In the end, we won. Kavanaugh is on the Court. Conservatives have a solid majority for the next generation. President Trump promised solid conservative judges. This is a promise kept. With the Left defeated, will Ford continue to pursue these allegations against Kavanaugh? Nope. She’s tapping out:
Christine Blasey Ford has no further plans to pursue her sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh.
When asked about the possibility of impeachment proceedings, attorney Deborah Katz told CNN: "Professor Ford has not asked for anything of the sort. What she did was to come forward and testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee and agree to cooperate with any investigation by the FBI, and that's what she sought to do here."
"She does not want him to be impeached?" CNN's Dana Bash later asked.
"No," Katz replied flatly.
Ford's attorney Lisa Banks added that Ford feels she did the right thing by testifying and has no regrets.
Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick also came forward, with Swetnick’s being the most ludicrous. She alleged that Kavanaugh was part of a gang rape ring in high school. Ramirez alleges Kavanaugh exposed himself at a party at Yale. The New York Times didn’t even run stories on both these women because they couldn’t confirm anything. And The New Yorker, who first detailed the Ramirez allegation, couldn’t do eitherin a follow up piece by Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer. All three accusations were without witnesses or evidence. And the timing made things looks even more suspect. The final nail in the coffin was lawyer Michael Avenatti tossing his two-cents into the mix. Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) made a point to note this was when she knew the Democrats were overreaching in her lengthy speech on the Senate floor, where she finally announced she would be voting to confirm Kavanaugh and stop the Democrats’ political hit job. Game. Set. Match. We win, and the Democrats lose. That means it was a great day for America.