Ford Allegations Hit New Hurdle: Witness Tampering

Leftists are so desperate to sell the Ford allegations, they’ve sunk to a new low.

Now, Ford’s friend and so-call witness, Leland Keyser, single-handedly stripped Ford of any credibility.

As Keyser reported to the FBI, liberals pressured her to change her story and support Ford, but Keyser maintains she was never at a party with Kavanaugh.

Leland Keyser is Christine Ford’s lifelong friend and classmate from high school. They’ve shared a lot of memories over the years. What they don’t share is a night out with Kavanaugh. But democrats were hoping we’d never know that.

The Wall Street Journal reports:

Leland Keyser, who Dr. Ford has said was present at the gathering where she was allegedly assaulted in the 1980s, told investigators that Monica McLean, a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and a friend of Dr. Ford’s, had urged her to clarify her statement, the people said.

[…] On Thursday, a day after sending to the White House the report on its investigation into the allegations against Judge Kavanaugh, the FBI sent the White House and Senate an additional package of information that included text messages from Ms. McLean to Ms. Keyser, according to a person familiar with the matter.

If you were still on the fence about Kavanaugh, make no bones about it. This is a story created by leftists who assumed their hate for Donald Trump was enough to derail this conservative confirmation. And when the scam seemed destined to fail, liberals begged their non-witness to concoct a lie.

McLean’s Shady Past

It’s noteworthy to point out that Monica McLean might owe Ford a few favors. McLean is also a school mate of Ford. And according to Ford’s ex-boyfriend, the two have pulled scams before.

Ford helped McLean prepare for a polygraph exam so she could apply for jobs with the US Attorney’s Office and the FBI.

Liberals want to focus on Kavanaugh’s admission that he enjoys beer. Meanwhile, they blatantly ignore Ford’s lies regarding polygraph exams. The hypocrisy never sleeps.

Of course, the polygraph revelation isn’t the only vital information the ex-boyfriend offered up.

As we previously reported:

He further claimed that Ford never voiced any fear of flying (even while aboard a propeller plane) and seemingly had no problem living in a “very small,” 500 sq. ft. apartment with one door — apparently contradicting her claims that she could not testify promptly in D.C. because she felt uncomfortable traveling on planes, as well as her suggestion that her memories of Kavanuagh’s alleged assault prompted her to feel unsafe living in a closed space or one without a second front door.

Ford “never expressed a fear of closed quarters, tight spaces, or places with only one exit,” the former boyfriend wrote.

This means all the nonsense around flying and claustrophobia is just that- Nonsense! Sadly, liberals know it’s horse manure, and still they peddle it up and down the senate aisle like a golden gem of truth.

Evil Won’t Prevail

There’s an old saying. Sometimes evil prevails in the beginning, but it never wins in the end. Clearly this is true.

Christine Ford wants us to believe she sat on a nightmare of a memory for more than 30 years until her conscious compelled her to come forward. We should just ignore her lack of details, the denial from her witnesses, and the facts that point to the contrary.

But after today’s news, Ford might just breakdown.

According to the latest headlines, Kavanaugh has the votes. His confirmation is practically a done deal, thanks in part to the support from Senator Collins.

Per CNN:

A dramatic and draining showdown that held Washington in thrall for weeks finally moved towards resolution when Maine Sen. Susan Collins — the last undecided GOP senator — said in a combative speech on Friday afternoon that she would vote to confirm Kavanaugh, after concluding there was not sufficient corroboration for Ford’s claims.

Despite being a key player in the most partisan confirmation process in decades, Collins said she hoped Kavanaugh, a former political operative in the George W. Bush White House, would work to depoliticize the court. Bush, in fact, had spoke repeatedly to Collins over the past few weeks and reassured her about his character and temperament, a person familiar with the conversations says.

“So that public confidence in our judiciary and our highest court is restored… I will vote to confirm Judge Kavanaugh,” Collins said, in a 40-minute speech.

Kavanaugh’s confirmation won’t undo the damage done to his family, his reputation, or his life. Hopefully, the honor of serving on the Supreme Court will soften the blow. However, it won’t take long for the left to cry foul again. This time, one can bet, they’ll claim the FBI investigation is rigged. I’m sure Michael Avenatti is already looking for the next “victim” to step forward.





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