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Blasey Ford’s Kavinaugh Testimony Unravels After Ex-Boyfriend Refutes Key Claims

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Via Zerohedge

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) fired off an intriguing letter to Christine Blasey Ford’s attorneys on Tuesday, requesting several pieces of evidence related to her testimony – including all materials from the polygraph test she took, after her ex-boyfriend of six years refuted statements she made under oath last week.

Grassley writes: “The full details of Dr. Ford’s polygraph are particularly important because the Senate Judiciary Committee has received a sworn statement from a longtime boyfriend of Dr. Ford’s, stating that he personally witnessed Dr. Ford coaching a friend on polygraph examinations. When asked under oath in the hearing whether she’d ever given any tips or advice to someone who was planning on taking a polygraph, Dr. Ford replied, “Never.” This statement raises specific concerns about the reliability of her polygraph examination results.”

Ford’s ex-boyfriend also claims that she never told him about any type of sexual assault in almost a decade of knowing her (of which they were romantically involved for six years).

“During our time dating, Dr. Ford never brought up anything regarding her experience as a victim of sexual assault, harassment, or misconduct. Dr. Ford never mentioned Brett Kavanaugh,” the ex writes, adding “While visiting Ford in Hawaii, we traveled around the Hawaiian islands including one time on a propeller plane. Dr. Ford never indicated a fear of flying.

Ford’s ex goes on to note “Dr. Ford never expressed a fear of closed quarters, tight spaces, or places with only one exit,” further refuting her testimony. “She ended up living in a very small 500 sq. ft. house with one door.”

The “second door” story has separately come under scrutiny in recent days, as some have suggested the second door she installed due to “clausterphobia” as well as “anxiety, phobia and PTSD-like symptoms.

That said – RealClearPolitics‘ Thomas Lipscomb notes that the door may have actually been installed to accomodate a renter at her house.

since 1993, and  through some listings even today, there was another tenant at what is now the Ford property. It is listed as this person’s residence from 1993 to July 2007, a week or so after she sold the house to the Fords.

Her name is Dr. Sylvia Randall, and she listed this address for her California licensed practice of psychotherapy, including couples psychotherapy, until her move to Oregon in 2007.

Currently she only practices in that state, where she also pursues her new career as a talented artist as well.

But many existing directories still have Dr. Randall’s address listed at what is now the Ford residence.

Randall was evasive when Lipscomb called her – refusing to answer whether she sold the house to the Fords or was a therapist to the Fords. Perhaps the FBI needs to interview Randall before they conclude their speedy investigation.


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Mary Ann Caton
Mary Ann Caton
October 3, 2018

I am not a supporter of Ford and her complaint against Kavanaugh, however each of the charges against her in Durden’s piece don’t prove she’s lying. The only thing they prove is that she 1)chose to keep information from a boyfriend, not an unusual decision; 2) that sometimes people do things they are frightened by, like flying because they know it’s an irrational fear; and 3) might end up living in cramped quarters even though it’s something they are uncomfortable with because it’s all they can afford at the time. Come on, Tyler, you can do better. Your piece is… Read more »

Michael Green
October 3, 2018

The Duran should be more careful in reprinting a hit-piece from Zero Hedge that ignored the particulars of testimony. The second door was added during a remodeling of the house that brought tensions between Ford and her husband to a head in 2012 since Ford did not tell him why she urgently felt the need for it–five years after they bought the house from the therapist. That is what brought the issue to a head during 2012 couple’s therapy during which she finally confided that she had been sexually assault. So, she kept this fact even from her husband; it… Read more »

john vieira
john vieira
Reply to  Michael Green
October 4, 2018

Think!!! Someone who claims to have been “sexually active” from the age of 11 and had at least 64 “conquests” by late teens would be dismayed about mentioning the alleged incident??? Gimme a break.

October 4, 2018

Fords assertions have echos of assertions by ‘self described holocaust survivors’ who have been proven to be telling lies.

Humans are very prone to creating false histories of events that do not accord with proven facts.

Some of these ‘fantasy life stories’are benign and some are not.
Some are intentionally disingenuous , so as to defame and ruin others to support another political agenda, outright spite,greed, hatred of other opinions, 15 minutes of fame , or a form of insanity that creates an imaginary personal world that conflicts with reality.

Angela K.
Angela K.
Reply to  FlorianGeyer
October 4, 2018

I would not be surprised if money for these false stories is a great contributing factor. It seems that people will sell their souls today if money is involved and it suits their own political beliefs.
I also think that money can alter one’s political philosophies. Never underestimate the power of rationalizing to one’s self, especially in today’s culture of relative ethics and morality…’the end justifies the means’ seems to be the mantra of right and wrong today.

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