REVEALED: Christine Ford’s Husband Omits Any Mention of Second Front Door in Written Testimony Under Penalty of Perjury

Christine Blasey Ford’s husband Russell Ford submitted a sworn affidavit to the Senate Judiciary Committee following her testimony to the Judiciary Committee and interrogation by prosecutor Rachel Mitchell.

Ford told the committee about his conversations with his wife on Brett Kavanaugh. Russell Ford said he learned of the Kavanaugh allegation during couples therapy in 2012.

What is interesting is what Russell Ford did not include in his testimony under penalty of perjury.
Russell does not include the story about the two front doors.

As reported earlier…

Dr. Christina Ford testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee that she began having memories related to being abused years ago when she and her husband put a second front door on their home.

As The Gateway Pundit reported in September — with photos — the second front door was installed years before she claimed in her testimony.

We provided proof that this was a lie — a major lie.  This was the basis for the entire story she told the US Senate Judiciary Committee under oath — And this was NOT TRUE.

As noted previously Dr. Ford and her husband put the second front door on their house sometime after 2008.


Ford’s house in 2007 – there was only one door pictured.

Ford’s house in March 2011 – This clearly shows the second front door is already installed.

Ford’s house in November 2011 – The second front door is there.

It may be  more likely that the second door on the Ford house was installed  to house renters or as a means for customers to visit a business set up in the house.

There may have been a business running out of the household with the second front door.

It seems more plausible that the second door was put in place so a business could operate at the Ford house or so renters had separate quarters than due to some decades old memories of abuse. 

This may explain why Russell Ford did not include this in his testimony.

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