Christina Blasey Ford did everything she possibly could to get Supreme Court nominee, now Justice Brett Kavanaugh off the bench.
Her testimony spoke volumes. The press went to bat for her. Newfound fans adorned her.
But for the longest time, throughout the trial and the smear campaign, her family was dead silent.
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The Federalist is reporting that Ford’s father, Ralph Blasey, was “glad” that Kavanaugh was elected. What’s more — he even confessed this to Ed Kavanaugh, father of Justice Kavanaugh!
It goes that multiple witnesses at the Burning Tree Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland where the two fathers ran into each other, when Ralph Blasey told Ed Kavanagh, “I’m glad Brett was confirmed.”
Writers Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Serevino note that the two fathers came to an understanding that the entire situation was rough for both families involved. After Kavanugh passed through to the Supreme Court, the report says that members of the Ford family apologized to members of the Kavanaugh family behind closed doors.
If what Ralph Blasey said is true, the pieces fall together as to why her father, as well as her family were so mum on the allegations. The writers also note that in Ford’s public letter of support, not one blood relative appeared to sign off on the document.
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This is the latest bombshell to further condemn Ford’s talking points.
And over time, her story has fallen apart.
Just several weeks ago her lawyer admitted (on camera!) that Ford’s motivation was solely political — given that the evidence of Ford’s history as a political activist was erased in her own doing — it seems that the unraveling is coming hard and fast.
In other words, the truth.