Christine Blasey Ford deleted social media before sending letter to Dianne Feinstein

Christine Blasey Ford’s story about being assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh was suspect from the start. But now a smoking gun has been found that suggests a political motive.

Ford had scrubbed her social media weeks before she sent her letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein. What she had removed was content suggesting her extreme hatred of the Trump administration. 

Social media scrubbed

Christine Blasey Ford sent the letter to Feinstein on July 30th accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. The timing of this letter, and sending it to Feinstein suggested foul play.

Why had she waited so long? Why not report this to the police instead of a politician? The answer is in Ford’s political ideology.

The Washington Examiner reports:

“Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, deleted her social media profile weeks before she sent a letter to Sen. Dianne Feinstein detailing the allegation, according to a new book.”

This was clearly well thought through. Friends of Ford confirmed that her social media profile “had been notable for its extreme antipathy to President Trump.”

Anyone who isn’t suspicious of Ford should be now. Her hatred of the Trump administration was a clear political motive in her accusations against Kavanaugh.

Feinstein’s possession

Another curious aspect of the allegations is that Feinstein waited so long to bring the letter forward.

The letter that Ford gave to Feinstein detailing the allegations was not immediately presented to the police. This suggests again that the motive was political, a failsafe to use on Donald Trump’s high-profile nominee to the supreme court.

Both Ford and Feinstein should face serious consequences for their conduct. What Feinstein did was extremely corrupt. What Ford did was falsely accuse an innocent man of sexual misconduct.

False accusations have been on the rise and can ruin lives. For Brett Kavanaugh, he almost lost his bid for the Supreme Court.

There should be consequences for false accusations and corruption. Unfortunately, neither is likely to face justice.

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