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Washington Post Opinion: “Christine Blasey Ford is no hero”

A recent comment from Kathleen Parker from Washington Post took aim at the establishment press for promoting Christine Blasey Ford’s memoir while shutting out Mark Judge, the man who debunked her claims in his own blistering memoir.

“Christine Blasey Ford is not a hero if justice is the standard,” Parker said headline her post at the very news organization that originally broke Ford’s allegation of sexual assault against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

“Christine Blasey Ford is promoting her new memoir, which is receiving acclaim in some quarters, including a glowing review of the New York Times. Meanwhile, the man she accused more than 40 years ago of witnessing her alleged sexual assault by now-Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh can’t get his own book reviewed or even mentioned by mainstream newspapers leave,” Parker wrote.

As Breitbart News reported, Blasey Ford’s book did not refute a single claim in Judge’s book. The devil’s trianglealthough it is so available on Amazon since 2022. Neither New York Times nor those Washington Post Neither NPR nor CNN nor NBC have examined or even questioned the many explosive allegations in Judge’s book, which allege that Democratic operatives and their media allies committed witness tampering, blackmail and outright cruelty to destroy an innocent man.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in before testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill on September 27, 2018 in Washington, DC.  Kavanaugh was recalled to testify about claims by Christine Blasey Ford, who had accused him of sexually assaulting her during a party in 1982 when they were high school students in suburban Maryland.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Judge Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in before testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill on September 27, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

While speaking to Martha MacCallum in a recent interview with Fox Nation, Judge even recalled how certain agents pressured him to change his story and take down Brett Kavanaugh with the promise that he would be considered a “hero.” would if he confirmed Christine Blasey Ford’s story.

“Several people said, ‘Yeah, you jumped on the bed and broke up. They prevented this. You are the hero here. If you say that, you’re home free,” Judge said. “I had journalists I was friends with emailing me: ‘Do it, Mark.’ Do it for humanity. Lie about it for humanity.’”

Ford never remembered where or when the party took place or how she returned home that night after Brett Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted her. More significantly, Ford’s childhood friend Leland Ingraham Keyser said she had no memory of being at the party Ford described and had no memory of ever meeting Brett Kavanaugh. Mark Judge also said he couldn’t remember such a party and told the FBI under oath that he never saw his friend Brett Kavanaugh attack anyone during their high school years together.

In her comment on Washington PostParker noted that Keyser felt the same pressure as Mark Judge to change her story, leading Blasey Ford to passively suggest that Keyser’s recovery from major surgery may have affected her memory:

Keyser, who felt pressured by Ford’s supporters to confirm Ford’s story, testified to the FBI that she could not remember such a party and that she did not know Kavanaugh.

When the intimidation didn’t work, Ford and her friends suggested that Keyser’s testimony wasn’t trustworthy because she had “significant health problems,” as Ford put it in her testimony. It didn’t take long for the significance to become public here. Keyser had at some point become addicted to painkillers prescribed for golf-related back and neck injuries. Thanks to her commitment to recovery, she endured years of surgery and pain that continues to this day. No medication. She also had to deal with the psychological impact of her persecution by the anti-Kavanaugh brigade. At least one person from Team Ford tried to persuade her to adjust her story. She refused.

Parker further praised Judge for “coming out of his bunker” after five years of loneliness to fight back against what she called the “#MeToo Iron Curtain.” For the people who have been holding up Blasey Ford as a hero, Parker went a step further and suggested that she benefited from the events of 2018 with virtually no resistance, pointing out that she has earned over $1 million received donations, a fancy book deal and even “sleepovers at Oprah’s.”

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Christine Blasey Ford testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on September 27, 2018. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Parker concludes her piece by stating that both Mark Judge and Leland Keyser should be the ones who stick with their stories despite the immense personal cost.

“Essentially, this was a witness tampering and blackmail operation,” Mark Judge told Breitbart News last year. “On September 14, 2018, I received a call from California threatening me with blackmail. You were stupid enough to leave a message. and I gave it to the FBI.”

“Leland Keyser said she was told that bad things could be said about her if she didn’t back Ford,” he added at the time. “I don’t know if Ford was involved or if it was others, but that’s all. Forget the yearbooks, the teenage slang, the stuff about the 1980s. They conducted research on the resistance and then tried to blackmail me and witness manipulation. That was it. For people who wanted to simplify Fall 2018, it was, just as Brett said, a well-orchestrated political hit. It was a crime.”

As Mark Judge previously recalled to Breitbart News, the last five years have been a difficult journey for him and he still suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder from the incident. As he says in his GoFundMe campaign“I don’t think people even today know how deep or dark the blow to me was.” Fortunately, his book has given people a little insight into his horrific experience.

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