Sketchy Business: Grassley Releases Original Ford Letter to Feinstein…

It’s clear the stall tactic behind the original Christine Blasey-Ford strategy was likely due to democrats understanding the accusations would collapse under scrutiny; and as a consequence they needed more time to concoct the Deborah Ramirez construct; which is even more flat out ridiculous than Blasey-Ford.

Judiciary Chairman Grassley releases a batch [see here] of letters and documents.  One of them is the original unsigned Blasey-Ford letter to Feinstein of unknown authorship:

Judge Brett Kavanaugh doesn’t need to grant credence to the accusations by denying them.  Instead just refer to the accusers own witnesses.  Both political accusations from Ms. Ford and Ms. Ramirez are refuted and denied by the witnesses they stated would back-up their claims.  This is a transparently political con-job.  Nothing more.

LIES !

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493 Responses to Sketchy Business: Grassley Releases Original Ford Letter to Feinstein…

  1. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    The Reckoning Is Coming. Stay Tuned. 😇😈

    Liked by 2 people

    • Kris says:

      All this is happening for one and one reason only – Senate Republicans. Especially, Flake Corker Collins and Murkowski. Could it be they are coordinating with Dems on this? Very possible.

      Liked by 4 people

      • TarsTarkas says:

        They’re looking for bribes and future concessions on legislation, possibly. Also cover for ‘betraying’ women. As though the women and men who would believe this BS would ever vote Republican.

        Liked by 3 people

    • ethicall says:

      Ford has made her political agenda clear, she says that the only reason she came forward now is to stop the confirmation of Kavanaugh.

      Liked by 4 people

    • MGBSE says:

      …well…now there are “gang rape” allegation by school girls from none other than “attorney” michael avenatti…how did the 6+ investigations over multiple decades miss all these criminal “allegations”?!!!

      Liked by 7 people

      • ladydawgfan says:

        Not only that, why didn’t they come out when he was admitted to the DC Appellate Court in 2006?? And nominated by George W. Bush at that!!

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        • Dottygal says:

          What about reporting this to the Maryland Police Dept? There are no statute of limitations in MD. Oh, yea, they just wanted to try to ruin this man’s life. She didn’t care to report a crime because there was NO crime! However, she might go to jail for lying under oath!

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  2. Zorro says:

    Death and Destruction to the Demosocialist Party.

    Liked by 8 people

    • DanO64 says:

      yes it is.

      Liked by 1 person

      • frankie says:

        The website howtobeyourowndetective.com has the new post “Christine Blasey Ford: The Abortion Pimp’s Tale?”

        The author provides a new motive for Christine’s act, covers the Ramirez liar too, and does so in sarcastic fashion that will make Dems and RINOS wet themselves.

        Very good supplemental reading to the Treehouse.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The Crazy Train is going off the rails! BRIDGE AHEAD!!!

      Don’t just #WalkAway! JUMP before it’s too late!

      Liked by 6 people

      • Katie Weddington says:

        I abandoned the Dem party ten years ago, and have been exposing their corruption ever since. We, and I say ‘we’ because there are millions of ex-Dems who think like me and we abhor the neoliberal globalist agenda. My grass root group in particular is focused on the Clinton crime family because we think they are the epicenter of Democratic corruption.

        I feel a kinship with Republicans now and have supported their efforts to end corruption within their own party. I was so happy to see you reach critical mass and reject the neocons in an honest primary election. We tried to kneecap the neoliberals, but of course they cheated and we got dear Hilly.

        It still amazes, you elected a president who has to be so squeaky clean, even the Five Eyes Intelligence apparatus couldn’t crack him. They have gone through his stuff so thoroughly, I bet they even know what size underwear he wears. Yet here he stands today, ready and willing to expose a few grossly corrupt, powerful officials. I couldn’t feel more giddy for you all. (Unless of course it’s Hildebeast herself who is prosecuted.) LOL

        Coming from a non-biased perspective, a vast majority of Americans will support Trump in his endeavors to provide transparency and prosecute corruption. We really are that sick of it and have become the most dangerous of movements…one of all political stripes who communicate.

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        • Somewhere in Dixie says:

          I totally agree. The coupe d’etat has been uncovered. Now they are trying to instigate a revolution. I am afraid October will be the month. They will stop at nothing. We know the militia will be on our side. Question is: will the military? I’m sure of the marines. The other ones are a question mark. I pray to God I’m wrong.

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          • If we have the Marines, and a few Non-Active Duty ‘rednecks from the swamps and woods’, then you have no need to worry about the ‘other ones’. As a long ago fast attack sailor, I would gladly carry the bags this time for my “bellhop” cousins.
            And if they need a break, then Mable, Lil Bessie, Harold, George and Moses are ready and willing to join the fray. (Yes, I do name my “pitchforks”). (Also remember that there are “woods and swamps” in every on of the Several States as well as ‘rednecks’)

            I keep hoping that the situation will not come to this, but it seems that every hour we hear more and more from the “Plotters” and their Accomplices, “Allied Governments” included, validating actions and activities that a mere 2 years ago would have been grounds for “involuntary commitment” should they have been uttered by the casual citizen.

            I learned a long time ago that prayer without action rarely accomplishes much. One must be ready to act in such a manner as to end their association with that which is causing them troubles. I am very much in favor of the “leverage” being used to discredit and ostracize the Socialists and Bolsheviks responsible for the current state of affairs. But we all must be prepared to take a more “offensive” stance should “diplomacy” fail.

            What is happening is an attack by “Domestic Enemies” to the Constitutional Republic known as the United States of America. Unfortunately, those enemies are more resembling the Japanese of WWII rather than an “unruly mob” of misguided youths.

            For those of you that do, please continue praying that my “pitchforks” will never be aimed at anything other than paper targets. But in the meantime, I will keep them nearby and ready.

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        • SalixVeridi says:

          I share your feelings and thought, as I am also a former Dem. Nothing can make me go back to this evil party, who has done and is continuing to do damage to the very fabric of our precious culture and society.

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  3. How can anyone take that letter seriously? It’s obviously a cut and past job…what the heck? Just vote you idiots.

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  4. Haveaspine says:

    Not only are the font and type size of the first sentence, second paragraph are different than the main letter, the date on the letter is different as well. This letter to Grassley is unauthenatic.

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  5. TwoLaine says:

    Raise your hand if you didn’t skinny dip before the age of 22?

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  6. Mayo says:

    “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” Ephesians 6:12

    Let’s stand together in agreement and PRAY for Judge Kavanaugh and his family in Jesus’ holy name.

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  7. Zorro says:

    My fear is that the R’s don’t have anyone as good as Sundance and other citizen investigators to break down the accusations. Please tell me I’m wrong.

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  8. Oldbastid says:

    The vertical spacing is wider on the top sentence than the rest of the letter. Instead of single space, it looks like 1 1/4 spacing, which of course doesn’t exist. Feinstein needs to swear under oath that this is the original and unedited letter.

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    • Cynthia says:

      The font is larger in the first sentence of the main paragraph. For emphasis, or is the letter a template that she uses often only changing the name of the accused? Hmmm . . .

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      • Anonymous says:

        Looks like it got run through a balky fax machine or scanner… and this is the output.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Dad's son says:

          I actually do agree. I have dealt with many scanners which have trouble grabbing the paper, and it often resutts in a vertical stretchiung of a line or two. I’m not being an apologist for the Dem treachery, but those of us of a certain age know what you mean about a balky scanner or fax.
          The bad thing – though – is that with such an important document, someone at the level of Congress should have caught the bad scan and demanded that it be re-sent, to avoid this exact discussion.

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  9. TwoLaine says:

    Perjury Hedge? Sure starting to look that way with Kavanaugh’s two accusers
    by Monica Showalter
    24 Sep 2018
    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/09/perjury_hedge_sure_starting_to_look_that_way_with_kavanaughs_two_accusers.html

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  10. Kel57 says:

    I do Not believe either of them.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. SalixVeridi says:

    There is one other aspect to this that I thought of. I don’t know if someone already has posted this, because I haven’t read through all the comments yet. Has anyone postulated the idea that if Kavanaugh was actually an abuser of women, would he seek one of the highest offices in the USA?

    Knowing the normal stench around DC, and knowing the #MeToo movement on steroids, why would a man who had a sketchy background put himself and his family front and center, knowing fully well he would attacked fiercely and with malice?

    Answer: He Wouldn’t.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      So that he can cover for other abusers, of course!/sarc

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    • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

      Indeed. Only an abuser who owed favors to ellison, clinton, franken, cosby, weistein, etc. would even consider such a move.

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    • lizzyp says:

      Bill Clinton did – but I am not equating Kavanaugh with Clinton and so far what these accusers have said doesn’t strike me as credible. It just shows what Dems will tolerate and why the accusers they find always claim such outrageously vile behavior and add details like ‘i feared he might inadvertently kill me’. They’re making sure they clear the Bill Clinton standard of slime.

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  12. thedoc00 says:

    It has to be obvious by now to the RINO gang of 4 that ALL allegations are fabricated and/or not substantiated. The only explanation one has left to ponder is that these four have money and threats being thrown at them. By the way, Collins can’t be so stupid as to believe the $800K will not be spend against her via another path.

    These same 4 were supporting Kavanaugh before the bimbo storm.

    These 4 are the only thing holding up the nomination, not the democrat bimbo storm.

    They owe the people an explanation.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

      They need to explain why they can’t lie any better than they do. Years ago, we used to have some marginally effective liars at all levels of our govt. Now we have nothing but buffoons. It’s embarrassing.

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  13. SalixVeridi says:

    No woman needs 6 years or 30+ to ‘remember’ an attack. Zero credibility. I had a priest put his hands on me, and I remember it fully and completely and that was 40+ years ago.

    This is beyond stupid, it is criminal and evil.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Rev Al Sharpton says:

    (((Feinstein))) (((Shumer))) (((Katz))) (((Bromwich)))……subversion continues….

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  15. bosscook says:

    The irony is thick. If Kav had truly done everything the Dems have said he did, wouldn’t he be their perfect candidate for SCOTUS? I mean, they are always yapping about sexual freedom, free love with no boundaries, and the “right to choose”. If he’s truly a rapist, woman abusing sexual deviant, you’d think they’d love him. It’s projection, all day long, with these monkeys from hell.

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    • charpaddy1 says:

      That is a really good point that I hadn’t thought about.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Sexual freedom for me, but not for thee. Thou shalt obey the standards that we have set for you to the last dot and crossed t, or be cast forever out of the religion of Wokedom. As for us, we never have to bother about living up to our standards because we have none!

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  16. They can’t seem to keep their story straight about the letter. Originally she sent a letter to Eschoo, her dem congress person who then supposedly forwarded the letter to DiFi. The letter which was just released shows it addressed to DiFi. Did she re-write the letter or did DiFi scan it and put her name on a new letter? This wouldn’t hold up in court as a document due to loss of the chain of evidence. No wonder they don’t want a real lawyer asking her any questions.

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    • SalixVeridi says:

      This entire brouhaha wouldn’t hold up in court anyway. They have nothing but allegations with zero evidence. There is no evidence because there was no assault. There is nothing to ‘investigate.’

      The GOP better stand strong on this one, or get railroaded out of the way.

      Liked by 1 person

      • TarsTarkas says:

        Legality has nothing to do with it. It’s all about power. For if Kavanaugh is confirmed, that means the multiverse and everything in it is doomed, doomed, DOOMED!

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  17. thedoc00 says:

    It has to be obvious to all by now that the Democrat Bimbo Storm is totally irrelevant at this point in time. It solely rests on the conscious of the RINO Gang of 4, who supported Judge Kavanaugh before the Bimbo Storm they know is 100% fabricated.

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  18. PatriotKate says:

    CALL THE VOTE. CALL THE VOTE. CALL THE VOTE.

    I called Grassley’s office for the third time in less than a week. They need to come out strongly and say this is nothing but a political hit job and they need to call the vote.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      Let her have her say…She will come up empty as none of he corroborating witnesses actually corroborate anything other than the incident never happened.

      At that point, if Grassely is sharp, & the Dems call once again for an investigation, Grassely should refer Ford to Maryland LE to file an actual complaint.

      Than immediately get on with the business of the Senate & confirm Kavanough…..Enough of the Circus Maximus BS. The Circus lions have had their fill and are no longer “hungry”.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Definitely.

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  19. Chewbarkah says:

    Interesting that Ford says she is “vacationing” in the “mid-Atlantic” area at the time she is writing the letter, then back to CA by August 7. “Vacationing” = colluding with Dems in DC? What form of transportation did she use to go to the mid-Atlantic states and back to CA? Given her recent claim of an air travel phobia, it is imperative to find out. Maybe it was a suddenly “recovered phobia” from years ago…

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    • VegasGuy says:

      “Interesting that Ford says she is “vacationing” in the “mid-Atlantic” area at the time she is writing the letter, then back to CA by August 7….”

      Many are assuming that to be mid-Atlantic States area……
      She could just as much have been on a Cruse ship or she could have been in Bermuda…..Those are also in the mid-Atlantic last time I looked….

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  20. Suzanne says:

    If Grassley had any titanium in any of the important parts of his body he would have immediately called for hearings on Ellison to run concurrently

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  21. Lactantius says:

    Old Yeller, Mark Levin devoted his Sunday night FoxNews hour to what the DemonizingRats are doing to Kavanaugh and why they are doing it. None of it was news to me, but it was an enormous break-through in television programming.

    Levin came through with a full frontal attack on why and how the Progressives are undermining the Constitution. He carefully explained and then savaged the Progressive velvet revolution and the tactics which the DemonizingRats employ. He fully addressed the enemy by name, by rank and by their actions. Never have I seen such a straight forward assault on Progressives on a major news outlet.

    No Progressive response to Levin could be as factual and full of examples that would neutralize the charges by Levin. That is because, Levin is telling the truth and it is nigh well time that our political civil war be known by its strategies. With apologies to Abraham Lincoln and paying highest honor to his wisdom: “Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived, and so rededicated can long endure……It is rather for us to be here dedicated in the great task remaining before us……that we highly resolve…….that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”

    We “conservatives” have the easiest task. We simply need to stand firm on popular sovereignty, a representative democracy, limited government, the division of powers and the rule of law.

    The Center For American Progress states that Progressivism focuses its moral energy against societal injustice, corruption and inequality and that government is the safeguard of the common good against individual and commercial greed.

    The Progressives are aspirational and activist and they prefer to use the power of the state as a force for societal change by enacting and enforcing rules which support a Progressive culture. The moral energy of Progressivism is drawn from examining inequalities in the economy, health care, education, energy-climate change and social and cultural affairs. Progressives believe that “privileges” have historically been accumulated by groups of people and denied in a greater or lesser extent to other groups of people. Progressives believe that equality is incomplete due to factors such as unearned advantage and conferred dominance. Progressives believe it is the obligation of the government to reeducate the culture and to erase the symbols, language and beliefs of the past which support unearned advantage and conferred dominance.

    Perhaps Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850), the classical liberal French author thought hardest and wrote most clearly about the contradictions of state Progressivism. In The Law (1850) he wrote: “When law and morality contradict each other, the citizen has the cruel alternative or either losing his moral sense or losing his respect for the law.” In the same work, Bastiat wrote: “If the natural tendencies of mankind are so bad that it is not safe to permit people to be free, how is it that the tendencies of these organizers are always good? Do not the legislators and their appointed agents belong to the human race? Or do they believe that they themselves are made of a finer clay than the rest of mankind?”

    Progressives favor a “beneficent” dictatorship, but it is a dictatorship nonetheless. Schools teach, but do not permit open education. Speech is monitored. Fairness is measured and distributed. The law determines right from wrong. Equality becomes a form of measured equilibrium. The elite Progressives become the hand of God. Except, the Progressive god is a malleable concept in the hands of political ideologists. For Progressives, God is dead or at least greatly modified to accommodate the simplistic worship of “forward” and “upward” and “fairness” and “equality” and “diversity” and “tolerance” and “freedom” and “justice” and “respect” and……. all manner of hypocritical sloganeering. The “hypocritical engineering” is exemplified by what will not be tolerated in the name of tolerance or manipulating “diversity” in order to achieve “diversity.”

    Thus, on the “conservative” side we have the battle of protecting the “status quo” of responding to our Constitution as the written form of government and following it faithfully.

    On the Progressive side, the Constitution is a pliable guide that is open to political interpretation which makes the Constitution a mere dispositive guideline. Progressive political power effects change for “light and transient causes” making the rule of law is subject to political whim.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The other point to make is that choosing the progressive path is just too darn easy, when considering it actually panders to human nature while hiding its true intent of exercising power.

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      • Lactantius says:

        The “Progressive path” is the old Marxist strategy of suckering useful idiots into believing that Utopia is just around the bend. All that needs to happen is to turn everything over to unbridled faith in the Marxist ideology.

        The average greedy person is more likely to listen to The Age of Aquarius and swoon over all the harmony, understanding, sympathy, abounding trust, no falsehoods, no derisions, golden living, crystal revelation, liberated minds, love, and above all, sunshine. Children invest their emotions is such things and Progressives have a childlike belief in the government as “tooth fairy.”

        My Father Christmas passed away
        When I was barely seven.
        At twenty-one, alack-a-day,
        I lost my hope of heaven.

        Yet not in either lies the curse:
        The hell of it’s because
        I don’t know which loss hurt the worse —
        My God or Santa Claus. ——- Robert William Service

        The Progressive has lost God, but, by damn, Santa Claus is on his way.

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  22. free2313 says:

    {INTERESTING} This paragraph sticks out like a sore thumb, as if it were added in much later; oh by the way, I have received medical treatment….. blah blah blah!

    “I have received medical treatment regarding the assault. On July 6, I notified my local government representative to ask them how to proceed with sharing this information. It is upsetting to discuss sexual assault and its repercussions, yet i felt guilty and compelled as a citizen about the idea of not saying anything.”
    There has to be consequences against false and egregious lies!

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    • Lactantius says:

      “There has to be consequences against false and egregious lies!”

      As told by Diane Feinstein, Patrick Leahy, Dick Durbin, Sheldon Whitehouse, Amy Klobuchar, Christopher A. Coons, Richard Blumenthal, Mazie Hirono, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris?

      How about Jeff Flake and Ben Sasse lying by omission? Or a testosterone test on Orrin G. Hatch, John Cornyn, Thom Tillis?

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  23. RAC says:

    Doesn’t appear to be a signiture on the letter, I’m taking it that the redacted bit at the bottom is a phone number.
    If Feinstein didn’t hand over the original, I’m wondering if the original contains a further detail that has not been disclosed.
    An extra detail won’t make any difference to the hearing because Judge K says it didn’t happen, end of story.
    Consider how Ford has contiualy been playing the prima donna, almost like she wanted to be excluded and the Judge K vote be taken without her being heard.
    If she had been excluded and then later disclosed some further information, no matter how paltry the lie, just imagine the uproar that would come from the communists.
    Maybe that’s why Mr. Grassley is being so lenient with her behavior.

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  24. deguello13 says:

    It would be hilarious the misandrious D’rats trying to morph the whimpy Brett Kavanaugh into Belushi’s Blutarski, but they actually have a knee-jerk constituency spring loaded to buy into their crap.

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  25. Gary Thomson says:

    Ms. Ford, who says she won’t fly to Washington D.C. for the hearing because she is afraid of flying, states in her letter that she is vacationing in the mid-Atlantic. I wonder if anyone can find out if she flew there or drove there from California.

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  26. Finbar O'Shaunnessey says:

    I swear, if the DemoKKKrats get away with this one, I’m going full anarchy. I’d rather be ruled by the mob than DemoKKrats or Republican girly-men.

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  27. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Now that Republicans have allowed Blasey Ford to ‘negotiate’ her date and time of hearing, how can they in all fairness turn down Ramirez? Democrats would never have allowed this to happen. Never.

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  28. imatexan says:

    Friends of Christine Blasey Ford have set up a GoFundMe account for her. So far $163,205 has been raised.

    https://www.gofundme.com/help-christine-blasey-ford

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  29. Elwood says:

    It’s from a cheap romance novel: “Both loudly stumbled down the stairwell…”

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  30. G. Combs says:

    Well folks NOW we know why Farsebook, Twatter and Utube started censoring.

    They hop that this crap sandwich and others like it fool the Lo-Fo voters if internet friends can not forward decent articles like Sundance and how-to-be-your-own-detective and make them go viral.

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  31. bob says:

    every accuser should be heard and believed? Ok. I accuse feinstein of being a chinese spy. I accuse barack obomo of raping a boy college. I accuse I accuse hillary clinton of molesting little girls with janet reno. I accuse bill clinton of…. nevermind. Now prove you didn’t do it.

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  32. Anonymous says:

    Just sayin’.

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