This webpage revealed the secret reason behind Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations
Christine Blasey Ford finally gave her testimony.
Democrats insisted she was telling the truth.
But this webpage revealed her secret reason behind her allegations.
A GoFundMe page has now raised nearly half-a-million dollars directly for Christine Blasey Ford.
The GoFundMe page description reads:
Christine Blasey Ford demonstrated a huge amount of courage speaking out this week. She did not initially come forward because she was scared of the response. She was right to be scared. Not only has the right wing smear machine started, but she is receiving serious threats against her and has had to engage a security force to protect her family. This is all really expensive and she needs our help. We need to protect the voices of brave people who speak out – especially when they are part of our community.
Christine is Palo Alto mom, a beloved professor and mentor and friend. This fundraiser is sponsored by her neighbors and colleagues. She is truly grateful for your support!
Please note that we will not withdraw any of these funds. The family has been named the sole beneficiary and her husband will take the funds directly from GoFundMe.
Democrats insist that Ford has no political motives for coming forward.
But she is being represented by infamous #MeToo lawyer Deborah Katz pro bono at Senator Dianne Feinstein’s recommendation.
She also refused to fly to Washington, D.C. for the hearings.
That was exposed as a delay tactic so Democrats and the press could have a few extra days to drag Kavanaugh’s name through the mud.
But Ford isn’t the only one trying to cash in while smearing Judge Kavanaugh.
Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) sent out a fundraising email for her re-election campaign thirty minutes after Ford’s opening statement began.
Sen. Hirono has been one of the most prominent attack dogs on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
She’s even said that Judge Kavanaugh has no presumption of innocence.
The attacks on Judge Kavanaugh are nothing more than a political hit job.