How Will Ford Respond To News That This May Be A Case Of Mistaken Identity? [Video]

How Will Ford Respond To News That This May Be A Case Of Mistaken Identity? [Video]

How Will Ford Respond To News That This May Be A Case Of Mistaken Identity? [Video]

Today is THE day. It is the day that Christine Blasey Ford will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee. She, in her letters and her opening statement, has been certain that it was Brett Kavanaugh that assaulted her. How then, will she respond to the news that this was potentially a case of mistaken identity? 

Senate Judiciary Committee investigators spoke to two men earlier this week who believe they may have been involved the alleged sexual assault at the center of Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of, the committee said late Wednesday.

Staff for the committee’s chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), said that during a review of Ford’s claims that Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed and groped her during a 1980s high school party, two men came forward to suggest it was a case of mistaken identity.

On Monday, a man submitted a written statement and spoke with staff from the Judiciary Committee after he claimed he believes he may have been involved in the alleged incident with Ford. He spoke again with investigators on Tuesday, and described his recollection of his interaction with Ford.

On Wednesday, the man provided a more in-depth written statement, the panel said. On the same day, investigators from the committee spoke over the phone with a second man who believes he should be the target of Ford’s allegation, not Kavanaugh.

Well, that certainly throws a wrench in the works. If this entire debacle is a case of mistaken identity, the damage done to Brett Kavanaugh and to our Republic can never be recovered from.

We are now up to at least five accusations against Kavanaugh. The common thread through most of those is that the accusers have no witnesses, don’t recall actual dates/times, and it’s all last minute.

Remember, Ford stated via multiple avenues that she is absolutely certain that it was Brett Kavanaugh who assaulted her in a bedroom at a home in Maryland, even though she doesn’t know where the home was or what day/night it was. Her opening statement, which you can read in full here, says the same thing.

There were four boys I remember being there: Brett Kavanaugh, Mark Judge, P.J. Smyth, and one other boy whose name I cannot recall.

~Snip

Brett and Mark came into the bedroom and locked the door behind them. There was music already playing in the bedroom. It was turned up louder by either Brett or Mark once we were in the room. I was pushed onto the bed and Brett got on top of me. He began running his hands over my body and grinding his hips into me. I yelled, hoping someone downstairs might hear me, and tried to get away from him, but his weight was heavy. Brett groped me and tried to take off my clothes.

But now, with the news released by the Judiciary Committee last night, will Ford stand by her statement?

Photo Credit: The White House, researchgate.net and USCapitol via MGN

Will anyone on the Committee ask her if this is a case of mistaken identity?

Given this new information, they should.

Given this new information, our Republic may very well have been put through the wringer for nothing.

Feature Photo Credit: The White House, researchgate.net and USCapitol via MGN

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2 Comments
  • MikeyParks says:

    What a shame that men are automatically considered liars or this could really mess up the Left’s attempt to torpedo Kavanaugh.

  • GWB says:

    If those two men are protected by anonymity, then their ‘confessions’ are just as gas-filled as many think the accusations are. If they don’t at least risk suffering in their reputations, then it means nothing.

    (Now, of course, if it’s Menendez and Bill Clinton, then…. hmmmmmm………………..)

    We are now up to at least five accusations against Kavanaugh.
    Well, at least two are semi-credible. All the others are…. hoo boy. Gang rape in the back seat of a car? (In the back of a van, maybe.) The one guy totally recanted his claim (and apologized). Another one is a bit of a problem person, despite being a “decorated” (HA!) gov’t employee, with lots of clearances (who also claims to have been an adult at parties where sex crimes and underage drinking were going on – multiple times).

    BTW, this sort of thing is why young men should not be party animals and women should be taught not to be party animals, either, and also to speak up as SOON as something happens. (And loads of other character things.)
    At some point in your life – at least once – things are going to ride on whether your character is enough for someone to trust you. It might be a little thing, like giving you money to give to someone else, or something big like an accusation of wrong-doing that has gone to the National Circus level.

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