Confirmed: Kavanaugh’s accuser attended far-left march with controversial hat

People have been wondering all along if Christine Blasey Ford — the woman who is accusing Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh of decades-old misconduct — is a woman with an agenda or a legitimate assault victim.

After discovering Ford had donned a pink knitted hat inspired by those at the far-left Women’s March, more people are beginning to challenge her motives.

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On the surface, the March for Science was tagged as “nerd” event to celebrate science.

However, the truth is the group was formed as a direct response to the Trump presidency.

Actions taken by the EPA as well as the administration’s stance on climate change have angered liberals, and this was their response.

Ford just happened to play a significant role in this march.

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Go all the way back to an April 21, 2017 story on The Mercury News.

Ford was one of the individuals interviewed about the upcoming march.

Ford at the time stated, “It’s a science party!”

She also provided some interesting insight into the headgear people would be wearing.

Ford told the journalist they would be wearing pink knitted hats meant to look like the human brain.

The inspiration behind the hats were the pink knitted headwear worn by protesting women during the 2017 Women’s March.

Blasey further stated the hats were a great way of “getting introverted people to the march – that’s huge.”

This is not exactly helping Ford’s case in the public eye.

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While also being invited to speak to the Senate committee, in private if desired, it appears as though she is going to forego the invitation.

Add it all up and it sure looks like the Democrats could be trying to pull a fast one on us.

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