The so-called “victim” who claims Judge Kavanaugh “attacked” her in high school has now come forward.
Not so surprisingly, the woman is a psychology professor from California (liberal?) and claims she thought Kavanaugh was going to “kill her.”
Reports indicate she’s deleted all of her social media.
The woman who anonymously accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of trying to force himself on her during a high school party in the 1980s has publicly come forward with her allegation.
Christine Blasey Ford, now a California-based clinical psychology professor, wrote a letter in July to her congresswoman, Democrat Rep. Anna Eshoo, outlining how Kavanaugh drunkenly pinned her on her back in a Maryland bedroom during a gathering of their Georgetown Preparatory School classmates and attempted to muffle her screams for help with his hand, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Ford, however, was able to disentangle herself when a peer who had been watching the encounter jumped on top of them.
“I thought he might inadvertently kill me,” Ford, 51, told the newspaper of Kavanaugh. “He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing.”
Ford had previously shared her experience anonymously with the New Yorker in an article published Friday, one day after Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, referred the matter to federal authorities based on Ford’s letter to Eshoo. Kavanaugh has “categorically and unequivocally” denied the claims.
The Senate judiciary panel had been scheduled to vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination last week, but the vote was delayed until Thursday.
Democrats have been criticized by Republicans, and some members of their own caucus, for mishandling the sensitive information provided by Ford and bringing it to light so late in Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation process