Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford Changes Story During Testimony
Immediately, Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her in high school, just changed her story during her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The specific detail has changed multiple times during this whole affair. And Ford’s admission doesn’t help her credibility.
Since the beginning, there have been questions of how many people were attending the party that Ford was at during the alleged assault.
Just yesterday, we learned from Ford’s lie detector test results that she contradicted the original account she gave The Washington Post. She initially told Senator Feinstein that she was with four others. But her polygraph test says she was with four boys and a couple of girls. (RELATED: Two Glaring Contradictions Arise From Kavanaugh Accuser’s Polygraph Letter.)
Now Ford says there may have been more boys or girls in the house during the time of the party.
Ford: “I can’t guarantee there weren’t a few other people there” in addition to the four I remember. https://t.co/s5ZgzzGkzF
— John McCormack (@McCormackJohn) September 27, 2018
There is something really wrong here. She can claim that she doesn’t know how many people were in the house. But, until this point, she has given detailed numbers of how many people were at the party.
Why is she changing things now?
Ford just changed her story again (for a fifth time? sixth time?) about how many people were present at this alleged party.
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) September 27, 2018
Also: she doesn’t know who was there, or what house it was, or what the month was- but she remembers she only had one beer?
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) September 27, 2018
Ford says she can’t guarantee there were only 4 people at the party, as she attested in the Feinstein letter. Also says she can’t be sure it was Kavanaugh, not Ford, who pushed her into the room, as she wrote.
Later adds there’s “absolutely” no chance this is mistaken identity.
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) September 27, 2018
"4 boys" (typed letter to Feinstein)
"4 boys in the room" (therapist)
"3 boys & a girl" (WaPo)
"4 boys & a couple of girls" (letter)
"5 boys, one I didn't know" (today)
None of whom seem to live in house she doesn't know the location of on the street she ran away on
— Undercover Huber (@JohnWHuber) September 27, 2018
That’s just one contradiction in Ford’s story so far. The hearing is still going on, and we are getting sparse details from Ford.
She isn’t helping her case so far. You can’t give detailed answers in your previous forms of testimony then contradict them while under oath.