by Frank Holmes, reporter
It took months, but an explosive new book has just exposed the most celebrated anti-Trump witness — and what they uncovered changes everything about the controversy surrounding Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford nearly stopped the nomination of Kavanaugh in its tracks last fall after she accused him of groping, and trying to rape, her at a party when they were both teenagers.
The media repeated again and again that “Doctor Ford” was credible — but a lot of things didn’t add up.
She had no evidence. She waited 36 years to go public. She contradicted herself over key details. All four witnesses she named said they had no idea what she was talking about. And she later withdrew her complaint when asked if she wanted to pursue an FBI investigation.
But there was something else that seemed fishy from the word go: She had no social media history.
No Facebook posts, no Twitter, no Instagram.
In an age where people live online, it seemed Ford had posted hardly anything about her life, her history, or her political views.
Now, a truth bomb has uncovered the unseemly history she wanted to be buried… and her allies are running for cover.
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Ford was an outspoken, far-left Trump-hating liberal who liked to drink and chase boys, according to the people closest to her.
To look more sympathetic, Ford deleted every record that would show how partisan she was — and the Fake News media helped her cover her tracks every step of the way.
The professor “completely scrubbed” her social media profile before sending her letter to U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, the new book claims.
The facts are finally coming to light in a new book by Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist and her co-author, Carrie Severino of the Judicial Crisis Network.
One of the lies the media told was that the professor was a centrist who was just wanted to “speak her truth.”
But Ford’s most intimate friends told the authors that Ford couldn’t wait to sink the conservative nominee — and that Ford’s social media “had been notable for its extreme antipathy to President Trump.”
She “regularly expressed hostility” to President Trump,” according to the book, “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court.”
Ford’s politics “ran decidedly to the left and were at variance with most of her family’s”… and to the left of most Americans, too.
And that image she projected of an innocent professor, who talked like an hurt young girl, wasn’t exactly the truth either, according to the book.
“Classmates were surprised by the media’s portrayal of her as an ingenue, which was very different from how they remembered her in junior high and high school,” the book says.
Ford was “a heavy drinker who was much more aggressive with boys than we were led to believe,” Hemingway said in a Fox News interview.
Girls who grew up with Blasey said she was “much more aggressive with boys than they were.”
As a matter of fact, some of the sources Hemingway and Severino talked to said that’s why none of the Blasey family attended the hearing — they knew she was lying through her teeth.
The media helped the Democrats’ star witness maintain her smokescreen for weeks.
The blackout was so complete that we didn’t even know her real name.
The Kavanaugh accuser went by “Christine Blasey” before she accused Kavanaugh of underage sexual harassment in the Eighties.
She only added her married surname Ford when she started following “sophisticated public relations advice to emphasize her relationship with her husband,” according to the book.
The media also called her “Doctor” Ford, to give her more credibility.
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“They portrayed Dr. Ford as basically a waif, a highly educated, almost asexual, brilliant female working in her specialty, teaching other young women the ways of the world,” he said. “She was mouse-like, invisible, very seldom made waves, so invisible that hardly anybody remembered much about her.”
She was actually just “another Trump hater” who tried to destroy Kavanaugh and his family.
One of the people who reportedly knew the story was off was the first lady.
“You know that woman is lying, don’t you?” Melania asked Trump.
The book also reveals that some Trump officials actually had some of the “dirt” on Ford — but didn’t use it, because they said the media would accuse them of “victim shaming.”
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Instead, Ford walked way a hero — and rich. She received almost $650,000 in donations to her GoFundMe campaign.
It’s worth remembering the new book’s details about just how corrupt the Democrat-media establishment is when they start pushing their next anti-Trump hoax.
Frank Holmes is a reporter for The Horn News. He is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”