Christine Ford’s Attorney Debra Katz: “The Need for Lawyers to Support… Social Justice Groups Has Never Been More Urgent”

Last Saturday anti-Trump activist Christine Ford accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of groping her over her swimsuit sometime around 36 years ago at an unknown place. The three men she accused of being present during the incident have all vehemently denied her accusations.

Ford picked at least two far left attorneys to represent her and top Democrat advisers helped her plot her strategy to stall the process and smear Judge Kavanaugh.

Ford and her attorneys continue to delay the process in hopes of ending Kavanaugh’s confirmation process. According to Tucker Carlson, Democrats know if they delay the Kavanaugh vote for another week his confirmation process will be over.


Yesterday video was unearthed of Ford’s far left Attorney Debra Katz talking to reporters at an anti-Trump rally in Washington DC.

If you take a closer look at attorney Katz she is wearing a radical Socialist power fist T-shirt.

Debra Katz is famous in liberal circles in the DC area.
In October of last year Debra Katz was interviewed by the National Women’s Law Center for her work as a civil rights lawyer.

According to the article Katz was one of the first lawyers who offered to participate in the newly announces NWLC Legal Network for Gender Equity last year. Anita Hill is a board member of the organization.

Katz told reporters last year:

The need for lawyers to support the work of mission-driven, social justice groups has never been more urgent. This administration’s explicit agenda is to wage an assault on our most basic rights – from reproductive rights to our rights to fair pay. NWLC has fought for these rights for over four decades and has secured crucial legal victories even in repressive times.

Katz is an activist lawyer, part of the resistance, a committed Socialist who has publicly stated she is out to wage war on President Trump.

And now she’s representing Christine Blasey Ford in her attempt to sabotage Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.

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