Kavanaugh Accuser Has Four Corroborators, Except . . .

A report published by USA Today claims that Christine Blasey Ford’s legal team has four persons corroborating her claims of sexual assault c. 1982. While there are “sworn and signed declarations from four people” now in the hands of the Senate Judiciary Committee, all of them are dated years after her 2012 therapy sessions, where Kavanaugh’s name was never mentioned, during which she reportedly divulged the alleged incident more than 35 years ago. What’s more is that three of the statements are from her close friends; the fourth is from her husband. So this is not exactly unbiased testimony from bystanders who were actually witnesses to the alleged assault. Worse for the Dems is that these biased attacks are quickly uniting Republicans behind President Trump ahead of the November elections.

Here’s more from The Daily Wire…

Christine Blasey Ford’s legal team claims to have four people who can corroborate Ford’s claims that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a party in 1982.

The claim is misleading.

USA Today published the report just before midnight on Tuesday which quickly spread on Twitter, with many on the political left automatically making the assumption that this was the end for Kavanaugh.

Ford’s lawyers sent “sworn and signed declarations from four people” to the Senate Judiciary Committee, which they claim corroborate Ford’s claim that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her.

All four people who can “corroborate” her claims were told in the years after her 2012 therapy sessions — where she never used Kavanaugh’s name — about the alleged incident from over 35 years ago.

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