Audio of Ford’s adviser shows an anti-Kavanaugh plot has been planned for months

If you still don’t believe in a deep state, just listen to a behind-the-scenes conversation that took place among some high-powered Dems.

Democratic operative Ricki Seidman, who just happens to be the adviser hired by Christine Blasey Ford to prepare for her expected senate committee testimony, revealed a plot was in place back in July to derail Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.

Listen below:

Odd Timing

Seidman, in the recording on July 10, referred to a “strategy that will emerge” that could “ultimately defeat the nominee.”

“I do think that over the coming days and weeks there will be a strategy that will emerge, and I think it’s possible that that strategy might ultimately defeat the nominee. And whether or not it ultimately defeats the nominee it will, I think, help people understand why it’s so important that they vote,” Seidman said during a conference call with the American Constitution Society, a left-leaning legal organization. The audio was obtained and published by the GOP on Thursday.

The interesting thing here is the timing.

This conversation happened shortly before Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) received Ford’s confidential letter, accusing Kavanaugh of a decades-old sexual assault on July 30. The information had been forwarded to her by Democratic Rep. Anna Eshoo.

Feinstein then sat on the accusation until mid-September.

Ford’s Deception

Initially, Ford never wanted to have her name in the press.

Suddenly, everything has changed and now she is actually making demands in regards to testifying.

In addition, she suddenly hires Seidman to be her consultant for testifying in front of the senate committee.

For a woman that did not even want her name mentioned, she seems to have had her ducks all lined up and ready to go.

The fact she specifically hired Seidman to help her testimony absolutely reeks of collusions with Dems.

So, let’s look at the facts…

Seidman was apparently working on a narrative to defeat Judge Kavanaugh back in July.

Later in July, a letter is received by Sen. Feinstein alleging sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh.

Of the four witnesses named by Ford, not one of them recalls the incident or party she referred to.

Ford hired Seidman to consult for her Senate testimony.

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Is there anything at all in there that would give one reason to take Ford’s allegations as anything other than a plot to undermine President Donald Trump’s SCOTUS nominee?

We think not.

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