Washington Post Covered Up Story Exonerating Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser Christine Ford called for the FBI to investigate her allegations of sexual misconduct, and the fact that such an investigation would be out of the Bureau’s jurisdiction would be the least of her worries.

For starters, an FBI investigation examining allegations surrounding an event that happened in the 1980s would simply involve interviewing all witnesses identified. When the FBI investigated sexual misconduct allegations against Clarence Thomas (which were in their jurisdiction, as they alleged to have occurred in Federal buildings), the investigation amounted to interviewing witnesses. So, more importantly, such an investigation would only solidify a case against Ford.

How do I know that? Because every single witness to the alleged Kavanaugh incident has denied that it occurred – and each of them denied as much under oath. Two of the four witnesses who denied Ford’s account share her left-wing politics. The only person who still has yet to offer any sort of testimony under oath is Christine Ford. And that’s not all. We’re just learning that the Washington Post deliberately withheld witness testimony that exonerates Kavanaugh.

The Wall Street Journal’s Kimberly Strassel blew the lid off that secrecy last night in an explosive series of posts she made public on Twitter. It has to do with Leland Ingham Keyser, a friend of Christine Ford who contradicted her account. Despite that contradiction, the Washington Post excluded that very fact and played Keyser off as a forgetful friend.

So, why did the Post report that it was four boys at the party, in contradiction with what Ford told them? Because the Post did interview the one girl Ford said was present, and it contradicted her narrative.

Keyser also penned a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee denying Ford’s account, which she’d (Keyser) be liable under penalty of perjury if she’s being untruthful. Speaking through her lawyer, the letter said that “Simply put, Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with, or without, Dr. Ford.”

Regardless of the truth of her allegations, it’s undeniable that Ford has done everything she can to delay the inevitable confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh. When she requested the FBI investigate her claims, that was after the FBI already said they would not be investigating them. And given that the FBI’s investigation would amount to re-interviewing people who already have been interviewed, what would be the point, if not to delay?

Furthermore, Ford has come up with some truly bizarre excuses that are verifiably false. Among one of her excuses for not coming to D.C. to testify is that she doesn’t like flying.


After much delay, Ford will testify against Kavanaugh on Thursday on her terms.

It’s her word against every single other witness that she herself identified.

By Matt

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