‘With all the histrionics of Ford now jarring front page headlines, it is not easy too see that she’s only the bit player in the #MeToo assassination of Brett Kavanaugh…’
(Ben Sellers, Liberty Headlines) As the nation awaits the arrival of Thursday to see whether Christine Blasey Ford–who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of a long-ago sexual assault when both were teenagers–will make good on her word by showing up to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, some have done their best to fill in the gaps left by Ford’s uncorroborated Washington Post account.
One of the lingering questions: What possibly could have jostled the California psychology professor’s suppressed memories of the drunken night, then 30 years prior, when she claims she first revealed the story during a counseling session?
Until now, those who question Ford’s motives–in light of her past involvement in anti-Trump demonstrations and her decision to deliver her story directly to Sen. Dianne Feinstein rather than to non-partisan law-enforcement investigators–have struggled to reconcile the timeline with speculation about her vested interest in organized Kavanaugh-smearing campaigns, such as the one covering her legal expenses.
One investigative journalist leading the charge in vetting Ford’s credibility, Canadian Free Press’s Judi McLeod, recently unearthed a 2012 Planned Parenthood ad that may offer the answer.
When it first ran, around Nov. 5 2012, a day before Obama coasted into his second presidential term, Buzzfeed fawningly reported on the “scare” campaign directed at liberals that featured a photoshopped mock-up of a New York Times front page on the day that Roe v. Wade was overturned by the hypothetical Romney administration.
“With all the histrionics of Ford now jarring front page headlines, it is not easy too see that she’s only the bit player in the #MeToo assassination of Brett Kavanaugh, a prop moved forward by Planned Parenthood when the time was right,” McLeod wrote.
The ad features Kavanaugh photoshopped into an illustration of the Supreme Court, which still features the late Antonin Scalia and retiring Anthony Kennedy but is absent the octogenarian left-wing pillar Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
The ad tellingly reveals that Kavanaugh, due to his rising star and his political views, already was on the radar of the well-heeled leftist “resistance.”
Although such a long-con operation might previously have been unfathomable, the magnitude of chutzpah and the level of coordination in the Left’s efforts to undermine political adversaries has since become evident in President Donald Trump’s exposing of partisan activists embedded in the ‘deep state’ federal bureaucracy.
Buzzfeed’s Chris Geidner explained Kavanaugh’s credentials as follows:
“Although not a household name, Kavanaugh, who had served on the staff of Kenneth Starr during his Independent Counsel investigation of President Clinton, was nominated to the D.C. Circuit by former President George W. Bush. Kavanaugh, who had worked for Bush as well, faced nearly three years of opposition from Democrats but eventually was confirmed on May 26, 2006, by a vote of 57-36.”