Obviously, I believe Christine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor who says that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school while his friend Mark Judge watched and, at moments, egged him on. I believe her when she says that Kavanaugh, who she says was drunk, held her down, covered her mouth when she tried to scream, and ground against her while attempting to pull her clothes off. I believe her when she says this incident haunted her all her life.No, just the opposite. She never complained to the police, the school, the parents, or anyone else. There is no proof that she told anyone, until she hatched what was supposed to be an anonymous plot to derail the nomination a few weeks ago.
There’s rarely hard evidence in a case like this, but Blasey — the surname she prefers to use publicly — has done everything possible to substantiate her claim.
Her supposed memory of the incident only was reveal to her during a recovered memory session with her shrink in 2012. She cannot even tell us what year the original event took place. It is hard to imagine a more frivolous accusation.
The NY Times role in this is particularly disgusting. The MeToo movement has been mostly about exposing Jewish perverts. When a Jewish feminist says she believes this, what is it based on?
Goldberg goes on to explain how eager she is to paint all conservative Christian men as perverts and rapists, and how it is good to publish baseless accusations in order to achieve that end. Jewish Senator Diane Feinstein has been leading the charge.