It has been ten days since Senator Diane Feinstein brought a letter accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct to the attention of the Senate Judiciary committee and Americans all over the country. What looked like a guarantee that Judge Brett Kavanaugh was going to become the newest member of the United States Supreme Court after having a successful week long hearing where no one could pin anything on him was quickly brought to a stand still. From the moment the letter was first mentioned Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been adamant about his innocence. A few days after Americans first learned of the letter and the accusation of sexual misconduct it was revealed that the writer of that letter was a white, blonde, Democrat supporter named Christine Blasey Ford. In the letter that she wrote she stated that she was afraid that Judge Brett Kavanaugh might inadvertently kill her the night that the alleged attack took place. If we are to believe her account she only managed to escape after Mark Judge knocked all three of them off the bed that night. There is just one problem with her account of the night that she wants Americans to believe the alleged sexual misconduct took place.
The problem with Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh is something that every American who has the ability to think for themselves should see a problem with. According to Christine Blasey Ford there were four guys and two girls at the party where the sexual misconduct took place, but none of the people that she has named back her story. Judge Brett Kavanaugh has stated from the very beginning that he would never do what Christine Blasey Ford accused him of. Mark Judge backed Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s story when he said that the sexual misconduct never happened. Patrick J Smyth who was identified as PJ in her account of that nights horrific events has no knowledge of the party that Christine Blasey Ford claimed they were all out. That made three people who did not support her story. Now there’s a fourth to add to that list. An email from one of her own classmates who attended Holton-Arms all girls school with Christine Blasey Ford does not back her story because she doesn’t know Judge Brett Kavanaugh and has no memory of being at a party with him.
In an email that was sent to the committee a lawyer from Bethesda, Md. Howard J. Walsh III said, “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.”
According to Politico the email from the lawyer was in response to a letter that the woman had received from a lawyer for the GOP majority staff which said, “I understand that you have been identified as an individual who was in attendance at a party that occured circa 1982 described in a recent Washington Post article.”
Despite the fact that this is the fourth person who does not back the accusations that Christine Blasey Ford has made against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Ford’s attorney Debra Katz defended her client and told the media, “As Dr. Ford has said, she did not share her story publicly or with anyone for years following the incident with Judge Kavanaugh. It’s not surprising that Ms. Keyser has no recollection of the evening as they did not discuss it. It’s also unremarkable that Ms. Keyser does not remember attending a specific gathering 30 years ago at which nothing of consequence happened to her. Dr. Ford of course will never forget this gathering because of what happened to her there.”
Including Judge Brett Kavanaugh who has been adamant about his innocence from the moment that the accusations were first made this statement from Leland Ingham Keyser now makes four people who say that they have no memory of this party that Christine Blasey Ford claims took place in 1982 or the sexual misconduct that allegedly took place there. Maybe there was a party in 1982, it just may have been a party of one.