Published by NY Post, two men told members of the Senate Judiciary Committee that they’re the responsible ones for the assault on Christine Blasey Ford. It was during a house party in 1982. I’m even surprised no one of the two men is even remotely alike Brett Kavanaugh, and Ford still tried accusing him of the act.
GOP staff members, on Monday, interviewed a man “who believes he, not Judge Kavanaugh, had the encounter with Dr.Ford in 1982”. The man provided more details in a follow-up interview. On Wednesday, the committee staff spoke with a second man who believed he assaulted Ford in 1982. No further details were released about the men or their reason for coming clean.
A report made by Right Wing News says that results from a polygraph test Christine took a month ago were released by her attorneys and it was originally thought she passed it.
The Washington Post reports that Ford took the test on August 7 2018, after her attorney believed that she would be attacked if she doesn’t do it. “The results … concluded that Ford was being truthful when she said a statement summarizing her allegations was accurate,” the paper reported, adding that the polygraph was administered by a former FBI agent.
On the one hand we have a truthfull polygraphy test, and on the other we have a quote from her saying she has a “fear of flying” and making it a reason for not testifying before the Committee. Also an offer was made by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley to come to her instead, and this was declined.
The problem here is that during the test no questions regarding Kavanaugh were asked. The examiner just kept asking her about her memory of the drunken party. Then she was asked two ambiguous questions: “Is any part of your statement false?” and “Did you make up any part of your statement?”.
The Daily Caller reports:
“In her handwritten statement included in her polygraph, Ford claims that there were “4 boys and a couple of girls at the party.”