On Monday night, Tucker Carlson questioned Dr. Christine Blasey Ford‘s reported worry of flying ahead of the Thursday hearing.Carlson began by telling his viewers that all of last week, he offered Ford”every advantage of every doubt “regarding her claims against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.”However let’s be sincere now. Not many of her claims would hold up in
a real court, the one governed by the justice system that we thought we had till about 10 days back when Mazie Hirono notified us otherwise,”Carlson said.” When did this take declared assault place? Ford can’t say. When did it happen? She does not know. Where are the witnesses to this? Well, there aren’t any. The couple of individuals Ford has called rejected it occurred. When was this first reported to authorities? Well, it never ever really was.”The Fox News host clarified that this wasn’t his”analysis “of the case however of Ford’s attorney, who he noted
is a Democratic Celebration activist who defended Bill Clinton when he had” far graver sexual assault claims.””That doesn’t indicate Ford is lying, however it does raise legitimate questions,”Carlson continued.He pivoted to Ford’s declarations to Senators that she might
n’t pertain to Washington D.C. by Monday because she’s”afraid to fly on airplanes”and that her fear is
directly linked to her supposed attack by Kavanaugh.” However wait, is this real?” Carlson asked. “Ford has relatives on the east coast. According to published accounts, she’s been here recently. Did she drive back and forth
to California each time she checked out? We do not understand. Last week, The New York Times reported that Ford did graduate work at the University of Hawaii. That’s on an island thousands of miles in the Pacific. How exactly did she arrive?”Carlson then questioned whether Ford’s worry of flying even existed. “Could it be possible that Ford’s declaring she can’t fly in order to delay the proceedings long enough that Brett Kavanaugh can’t be confirmed?”
Carlson asked.”That might be something that the committee might ask her if she
shows up on Thursday as she states she will. They most likely will not ask her though. That would be ‘victim shaming.’ She’s a woman, she’s telling the reality no matter what she says. Even when things she says turn out to be not true, they are still true by meaning.” Enjoy the clip above, through Fox News.