April 3, 2024

Post's Kathleen Parker: ‘Christine Blasey Ford is no hero’

In a recent opinion piece, Kathleen Parker of the Washington Post took aim at the establishment press for pushing the biography of Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of assault.

The complaint was made because Ford's work was being promoted, but Mark Judge, the individual who rejected her claims in a scathing book of his own, was missing out on the opportunity to be heard, as Breitbart News reported.

From the Article

“Christine Blasey Ford is no hero, if justice is the measure,” Parker headlined her piece at the very news organization that originally published Ford’s sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

“Christine Blasey Ford is promoting her new memoir to acclaim from certain quarters, including a glowing review by the New York Times.

"Meanwhile, the man she accused of being a witness to her alleged sexual assault by now-Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh more than 40 years ago can’t get his own book reviewed or even mentioned by mainstream newspapers,” wrote Parker.

Despite being available on Amazon since 2022, Blasey Ford's book failed to refute a single claim made in Judge's book, The Devil's Triangle, according to Breitbart News.

Push to Support Ford

In their pursuit to defame an innocent man, Judge's book contains numerous explosive allegations that have not been reviewed or questioned by the New York Times, Washington Post, NPR, CNN, or NBC.

The book purports that Democratic operatives and their media allies engaged in witness tampering, extortion, and outright cruelty.

In a recent Fox Nation interview with Martha MacCallum, Judge recalled how certain operatives promised to label him a "hero" if he confirmed Christine Blasey Ford's account and urged him to alter his story and implicate Brett Kavanaugh.

“Several people said, ‘Yeah, you jumped on the bed and broke things up. You prevented this. You’re the hero here. You say that and you’re home free,’” Judge said.

“I had journalists who I had been friends with sending me emails: ‘Do it, Mark. Do it for humanity. Lie about this for humanity.’”

Lack of Details

Ford has never been able to recollect the location, time, or manner in which she returned home that evening following to the alleged assault by Kavanaugh.

Furthermore, it is worth noting that Leland Ingraham Keyser, a childhood friend of Ford's, stated unequivocally that she did not recall attending the party Ford detailed, nor did she recall ever meeting Kavanaugh.

Mark Judge, under oath to the FBI, stated that he had no recollection of the aforementioned gathering and that he never witnessed his high school classmate Brett Kavanaugh assault another individual.

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