It’s what you didn’t hear in the Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation hearings in the US Senate.
Did you hear that Christine Margaret Blasey Ford, an American professor of psychology at Palo Alto University and a research psychologist at the Stanford University School of Medicine, who claims she was sexually attacked in her high school years by Supreme Court candidate Brett Kavanaugh, has a conflict of interest?
According to the National Library of Medicine, Dr. Christine Blasey has authored or co-authored 21 scientific reports on a wide variety of topics including gender and depression. Six of these reports address mifepristone, the abortion pill.
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Did you also hear, according to radio commentator Michael Savage, that Christine Blasey-Ford, besides being a “professor” at a major university she just so happens to head up the CIA undergraduate internship program at Stanford University.
Christine Blasey’s brother, Ralph the third, used to work for the international law firm of Baker, Hostetler. That firm created Fusion GPS, the company who wrote the Russian “dossier” against President Trump. Baker Hostetler is located in the same building where the CIA operates three companies operated by Ralph Blasey II. He is the father of Christine and Ralph III. Christine and Ralph III’s grandfather was Nicholas Deak. Former CIA director William Casey acknowledged Deak’s decades of service to the CIA. Judge Kavanaugh is President Donald Trump’s candidate for the Supreme Court seat and it is no secret the Deep State (i.e. CIA) is in a heated political war with the President.
Threat to the republic
The US is not a direct democracy. The public does not vote on each and every measure facing government. Stand-ins, called Senators and Congressmen, vote in the public’s stead. Therefore, America is a republic.
Senator Kamala Harris’ open petition for women to oppose the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court undermines our republican (not political party) form of government. (See below) The public is not expected be knowledgeable enough to vote on the qualifications of a Supreme Court Judge.
Additionally, as a republic, the action of female members of Congress to stand in the Senate Hearing Judiciary Committee hearing room as the committee members vote is an outrageous attack on our form of government. This suggests any vote for a man that dismisses a woman’s largely unsubstantiated allegations of sexual attack cannot be discounted because a woman has spoken them.
Anatomy of the State Best Price: $10.62 Buy New $5.82 (as of 08:50 EDT - Details) The current mantra is BELIEVE A WOMAN, regardless. If a woman says there was rape, sexual abuse or other sexual pressure, then there was rape, sexual abuse or pressure regardless of the facts and regardless of the passage of time when this event took place.
For the record, the one piece of substantive evidence in the hearing was Brett Kavanaugh’s calendar showing he wasn’t even in town when the attack occurred. Did that matter to women encamped in their opposition against his appointment?
To rub salt in the public wound, columnist Ann Coulter wrote in her column entitled “No More Mr. White Guy,” the news press decried that eleven white male Senators would vote to choose the next Supreme Court Justice. Yes, it was “white guys” that also wrote the Constitution that gave Judge Kavanaugh’s antagonists a right to speak against him. It was a bunch of White Guys who laid the foundation for the greatest country in the history of the world, a country that millions still attempt to emigrate to.