Christine Blasey Ford Tries to Run the Senate – Demands More Time, Wants Multiple Witnesses to Testify
Christine Blasey Ford is trying to run the Senate with her outrageous demands.
Tuesday night Ford’s lawyers demanded the FBI conduct an investigation into the decades-old sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh prior to the Senate holding a hearing.
Christine Ford’s lawyer, Lisa Banks said in a statement Wednesday evening that the Committee’s stated plan to move forward with the hearing that has only two witnesses is not a fair or good faith investigation.
“There are multiple witnesses whose names have appeared publicly and should be included in any proceeding,” Ford’s attorney argued.
“The rush to a hearing is unnecessary,” continued Ford’s lawyer.
So they want to turn this into a full blown circus (more than it already is) and drag multiple witnesses in even though Christine Ford can’t even recall a single detail of the alleged attack.
Here are the facts about Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations:
— She doesn’t know when it was.
— She doesn’t know what year it took place
— She doesn’t know what month it took place
— She has no idea where it took place
— She doesn’t know if 4 boys were there
— It could have been 2 boys?
— Both accused boys deny the charges
— She doesn’t think any females were there
— Wait, maybe there was a female there?
Judge Kavanaugh already stated this week that he wasn’t even at the party in question.
Witness Mark Judge defended Brett Kavanaugh in a letter this week and said that he does not want to speak publicly on the incident.
Mark Judge said in a letter sent by his legal counsel to Grassley, “I have no memory of this alleged incident..Kavanaugh and I were friends in high school but I do not recall the party described in..Ford’s letter. More to the point, I never saw Brett act in the manner..Ford describes”
Full statement from Ford’s attorney:
New statement from Christine Blasey Ford’s lawyer, Lisa Banks: pic.twitter.com/Epa2ADXRny
— MJ Lee (@mj_lee) September 19, 2018
Chuck Grassley laid down the law in a letter sent to Christine Blasey Ford’s attorney on Wednesday afternoon.
Grassley concluded his letter by giving Christine Blasey Ford a Friday morning deadline to respond.
“Dr. Ford’s prepared testimony and biography are due to the Committee by 10 a.m. on Friday September 21, if she intends to testify Monday,” Grassley said.
Tom Fitton said it perfectly in response to Ford’s demands, “The Kavanaugh accuser tries to run the Senate…”
The Kavanaugh accuser tries to run the Senate…. https://t.co/Bffl6yWwov
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) September 20, 2018