President Trump is taking heat from the left regarding remarks he made at a Mississippi rally on Tuesday night. Trump covered a variety of topics, but the one gaining attention from the likes of CNN and Sen. Jeff Flake was the subject of Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the dubious accusations against him by Christine Blasey Ford. Obviously, if somebody makes an accusation versus a conservative, that person becomes untouchable. President Trump didn’t get that memo.
“How did you get home? I don’t keep in mind,” Trump told the crowd. “How did you arrive? I do not remember. Where was the place? I don’t remember. The number of years earlier was it? I do not keep in mind.”
Meanwhile, the case against Brett Kavanaugh continues to unravel. The FBI has spoken with all individuals at the alleged high school party, and all of them have stated that very same thing: they know of no such celebration. Ford’s veteran pal, Leland Keyser, who was allegedly at the celebration, told the FBI that very same thing that she has actually mentioned prior to: she has no recollection of the celebration, and she does not understand Brett Kavanaugh.As Fox News reports, a previous boyfriend of Ford’s has actually brought into question some of her direct testament that she gave up front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.In a composed declaration released Tuesday and gotten by Fox News, an ex-boyfriend of Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual attack, straight contradicts her testament under oath recently that she had never helped anybody get ready for a polygraph examination.The previous boyfriend, whose name was edited in the statement, likewise said Ford neither discussed Kavanaugh nor discussed she was a victim of sexual misconduct throughout the time they were dating from about 1992 to 1998. He stated he saw Ford going to fantastic lengths to help a lady he believed was her” life-long best pal “prepare for a possible polygraph test. He included that the female, Monica McLean, had been talking to for tasks with the FBI and U.S. Attorney’s office.He even more claimed that Ford never voiced any worry of flying(even while aboard a propeller aircraft)and apparently had no issue residing in a” really small,”500 sq. ft. home with one door– obviously contradicting her claims that she could not testify without delay in D.C. due to the fact that she felt uneasy taking a trip on airplanes, in addition to her suggestion that her memories of Kavanuagh’s alleged assault triggered her to feel hazardous living in a closed area or one without a 2nd front door.Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley sent a letter to Ford’s lawyers requesting files and details that would assist clarify the situation.In a pointed, no-holds-barred letter Tuesday evening that referenced the ex-boyfriend’s declaration, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley required that attorneys for Ford turn over her therapist notes and other
crucial materials, and recommended she was intentionally less than truthful about her experience with polygraph assessments throughout Thursday’s remarkable Senate hearing.”Your continued withholding of material proof in spite of multiple demands is undesirable as the Senate exercises its constitutional obligation of recommendations and consent for a judicial election,”Grassley, R-Iowa, wrote.So, is it mocking to question the holes in the accuser’s story?
Did Trump go too far, or was he simply asking the concerns aloud that millions of Americans are believing? Brett Kavanaugh is innocent until tested otherwise. But we all understand this was not about the fact. This whole ordeal was simply about Democrats delaying enough time and tossing enough garbage at Kavanaugh to either get him to withdraw or to cast enough doubt in people’s minds. Note … doubt is not evidence. Evidence is evidence. Ford has actually produced none of it, and others have actually refuted her claims. She deserves simply as much examination as the left is offering to Kavanaugh.Rating: 9.3/ 10 (4 votes cast) CNN, Jeff Flake Blast Trump for Questioning Ford Testimony at Rally, out of based on scores