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?DNC CONSPIRACY: Dr. FORD’s RECOVERED MEMORIES vs. JUDGE KAVANAUGH’s LIFE

I watched both testimonies that were given in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee and found both to appear credible.  How can both be right?  Here’s how, though you would never know it from the testimonies, cross-examinations, or pitiful biased media coverage:

Dr. Ford remembered the incident in 2012 during couples counseling, though she mentioned no one’s name back then.  It’s seems that she was under hypnosis when she recalled an incident, but if she were, the answer to her veracity is simple because memories uncovered during hypnosis are often confabulated, that is, the gaps in memories are (unconsciously) filled in with contemporary events.  I read a good book on memory many years ago, called Victims of Memory: Sex Abuse Accusations and Shattered Lives, by Mark Pendergrast.  If hypnosis was not used in recovering Dr. Ford’d memories, be aware that memory is imperfect and cannot be relied upon for accuracy, especially when a long time has elapsed since an event.  In this case the event allegedly took place 36 years ago.  In the Republican interviewer, Rachel Mitchel’s,  report on questioning Dr. Ford, she says that nothing in Dr. Ford’s testimony could be verified.

Dr. Ford  may not be a DNC pawn but the evidence so far appears to suggest that this vulnerable and fragile woman, who really wanted to avoid the limelight, was used like a throwaway by the Left with no regard for her feelings.  Judge Kavanaugh has a brilliant legal mind and an impeccable judicial record as a justice on the District of Columbia Federal Court of Appeals, writing 310 opinions over twelve years, and the Supreme Court has used many of his opinions in its rulings.  However, because of Dr. Ford’s testimony, Republican senator Jeff Flake requested a seventh FBI background check to focus on recent allegations.  The FBI background check came back with no corroboration of Dr. Ford’s or Debra Ramirez’ or Julie Swetnik’s allegations against judge Kavanaugh.

Democrat leadership criticized the background check because Ford and Kavanaugh were not interviewed as part of the check.  They were not interviewed because the FBI already had their sworn testimony, under oath, that the both had given at their hearings to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The full Senate voted on Judge Kavanaugh’s  nomination Saturday October 6.  Republican Maine Senator Susan Collins gave an outstanding speech the previous day examining in detail every aspect of the allegations and concluding that it was appropriate to vote “yes” on Kavanaugh.  Judge Kavanaugh was confirmed by a 50 -48 vote, sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts, and should make an outstanding Supreme Court justice.

West Virginia Senator, Joe Manchin was the only Democrat to vote for Kavanaugh; Alaska Senator, Lisa Murkowski, was the only Republican to vote against him.

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