Ford's Accusation against Kavanaugh Is Not Credible; Here are at least seven reasons why

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May 22, 2005
Behind Enemy Lines
The Dems and the media said Bill Clinton's sexual misconduct, including the rape of Juanita Broaddrick, was irrelevant to Clinton serving as president. They also said Teddy Kennedy's driving his car into the pond drunk at Chappaquiddick, leaving Mary Jo Kopechne to die, while he swam away and waited twelve hours to report to the police, was irrelevant to him serving as senator and running for the presidency.
Now the Dems and the media say any claim of sexual misconduct, no matter how remote and unreliable, is enough to destroy the life of Brett Kavanaugh because they are afraid he will cast a vote to overrule Roe v. Wade.
Christine Blasey Ford sent a letter dated July 30, 2018 to Dianne Feinstein stating that in the early 1980s, she was at a "gathering" at a home in suburban Maryland with four others. Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge, both drunk, forced her into a room and locked the door, and Kavanaugh then got on top of her. Judge also "periodically" jumped on top of both. Kavanaugh put a hand over her mouth and she believed he would "inadvertently" kill her. At one point, Judge jumped on both again, and she took this "opportune" moment to run outside and go home.
Ford reported this incident to her "local government representative" on July 6, 2018.
Ford wrote to Feinstein to provide "relevant information regarding the current nominee" to the Supreme Court.
It is important to read the actual letter to see how unreliable it is:
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