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Why Christine Blasey-Fords high-school yearbooks were scrubbed

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posted on Sep, 20 2018 @ 06:10 PM
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a reply to: Wardaddy454

Here is some new info that might be pertinent to this conversation.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 BREAKING: FORMER SCALIA LAW CLERK Drops Pictures and Evidence That Blows Christine Ford’s Case Wide Open

Here is the link to the story:
Link to story
Here is a link to his twitter feed.
Twitter feed

His argument is compelling


edit on 20-9-2018 by Diisenchanted because: to add link to story

edit on 20-9-2018 by Diisenchanted because: fixed link




posted on Sep, 20 2018 @ 06:22 PM
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a reply to: Xtrozero

LOL , No Man , ...........I'm Affraid !



posted on Sep, 20 2018 @ 06:37 PM
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originally posted by: Diisenchanted
a reply to: Wardaddy454

Here is some new info that might be pertinent to this conversation.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 BREAKING: FORMER SCALIA LAW CLERK Drops Pictures and Evidence That Blows Christine Ford’s Case Wide Open


Here is a link to his twitter feed.
Twitter feed

His argument is compelling



Wow. That was informative, logical, and appears to answer the question of where it happened for sure. I liked the way he analyzed the relationships. I liked it a lot.

But

Will it appeal to the left?

No, you need something more along these lines: Reeeeee Reeeeee My values! It's Trump's fault! Why does he lie so much??? Reeeee People will die!

You get the idea.



posted on Sep, 20 2018 @ 06:42 PM
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originally posted by: Xtrozero

originally posted by: Wardaddy454

I'm still unsure of what exactly she's accusing him of. Groping or rape?.


I think actually neither... She said he was pulling at her bathing suit as they wrestled on the bed and put his hand over her mouth is all I have heard. After a very short period of time Judge laughed and jumped on both and that was the end of it all.


In other words, he grabbed her by the p***y.



posted on Sep, 20 2018 @ 11:07 PM
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originally posted by: toms54

In other words, he grabbed her by the p***y.


I don't think she said that...Think of what a teen would do playing round.



posted on Sep, 21 2018 @ 04:02 AM
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originally posted by: Edumakated

originally posted by: JAY1980
They must keep her credibility in tack if they are to have any chance of getting anything to stick. The problem liberal's fail to realize if you try and hold your current standards to your past actions they will never hold up well. Especially in a court of law.

Not saying she deserved anything. I'm saying I don't think any misconduct happened. They were kids at a party drinking. I doubt anyone recalls that night some 30 plus years ago.

If she really feared for her life it wouldn't have taken half a life time to process it... Yet I'm supposed to believe it's one giant coincidence this is coming up now?

Sorry leftists.
You boys and girls have cried wolf a few thousand times to many. Gonna need actual legitimate proof. Not just the testimony of some woman who was intoxicated to the point of passing out.


The problem is too many women are confusing regret with sexual assault...

Getting drunk and making out with someone only to regret doing so after sobering up is not sexual assault.


Anal remorse?



posted on Sep, 21 2018 @ 11:43 AM
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originally posted by: Guiltyguitarist
The only thing I can add is for those talking about the polygraph. Polygraphs can be easily beaten if under the influence of narcotics. Smoke a joint before the test and pass. Also being a professor at a university( they don’t drug test) and seeing her history of partying, she is more likely than the average person to fail. Bottom line: a polygraph test without a drug screen is worthless


What I've read was that the polygraph was 1 question. Not much of a test.

It's no coincidence that the moment Kav hired one of the best Defamation lawyers in the country that this woman (after agreeing to testify with no pre conditions) all of a sudden refused to testify, wanted an investigation before testifying and now will only testify if a bunch of nonsense conditions are met( that the know wont be agreed to).

Her and the Dems thought that Trump, the Republicans and Kav would immediately fold. And why not? This tactic has worked very well for the Democrats because the Repubs would ALWAYS fold. They had their bluff called and everything after is just obfuscation and CYA.



posted on Sep, 21 2018 @ 11:55 AM
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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
a reply to: howtonhawky

Maybe not rape so much but certainly ''sexual assault''. This IS a crime. Just as a ''pecker grab'' is a ''sexual assault''. For that matter even a ''butt pinch'' by either sex.


Extreme bias noted.

You automatically believe her story because its against a Republican nominee and 'cause vagina while ignoring the fact that 6 FBI background checks turned up nothing of this sort in his background. Predators have patterns, it's never a one and done thing. If this allegation was true there would be other instances of this behaviour. There is nothing.

Also while you believe wholeheartedly that this woman is telling the truth just cause, you absolutely dismiss the word and character of the hundreds of women that back Kavanaugh (including Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan) and have spoken to his sterling reputation and great character.

Of those hundreds, dozens have done it under oath.

Who to believe? 1 woman that is a far left, Trump hating political activist or the hundreds of women that worked for and have known Kavanaugh for decades and say that he has never acted in a predatory way to any of them?

Oh, that's a real tough call right there.

Well it isn't for a rational, thinking person that's for sure.

But we all know that your TDS will prevent you from being able to see what's right in front of you.

And no I'm not a Trump supporter. I'm a liberal voter from Canada which makes me farther left than you most likely.



posted on Sep, 21 2018 @ 12:13 PM
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This entire story by Dr. ford just doesn’t pass the sniff test to me. I’ve seen up close and personal similar “stories” because that is what they often are, fictional stories, by liberal female college professors/professionals and others who are hipocrites jumped on the “me too” bandwagon, all the while forgetting about their own atrocious past behavior.

Case 1: a long-time friend I have known since the 80’s—she was wild, promiscuous, gave blow jobs to get backstage at concerts, slept with bandmembers for notches on her belt, cheated on her husband, got pregnant by a married man (hey it’s a free world...do what you want), slept with students after she became a college professor...and fast forward to the MeToo movement and she had the audacity to play victim and publicly post “metoo” and go to marches. I was and am incredulous that someone who used her sexuality at every turn, would then promote herself as a victim. It actually nauseated me and I no longer consider her a friend.

Case 2: Another long-time friend from my youth left our sleepy Midwest world and moved to the big city where he became involved in running a gay porn empire. The young men who were used in these gay porn movies and live-feed porn, were often 18 - 20 years old and doing “gay for pay”. It was legal, it is unseemly, but again—-choose the life you want, who am I to judge. Yep—-you guessed it, when the “metoo” movement started, suddenly he was appalled when people were sexually victimized, and marched in marches for solidarity to the victims. What?! He literally paid people to be victimized. Again—-made me sick and incredulous in equal measure.

Case 3: Another college professor I have known since we were in High school together, is literally a falling down drunken “will take any offer that comes her way” type. I know this from her stories she has shared with me over the years. She was fired from one university for sleeping with her students, but also because she would get so wasted at retreats and university functions she would take strange men back to her hotel and then black out—not remember how she got there or what happened, etc. You guessed it—-when the “MeToo” movement began she pronounced loud and proud “MeToo” on every social media network. Seriously, what the h*ll?

I am female, when I was younger I was considered attractive, I had men—colleagues, students when I taught university, and many a co-ed when I was in college hit on me, occasionally sneak a grope in until I expressed my displeasure, I had drunken college frat boys grab and kiss me, and at drunken high-school parties I fended off my share of advances—and even accepted a few of them—and Don’t even get me started on the juggling and fast-talking it took to keep drunken men at arm’s length as I cocktail waitressed to pay my way through grad school. Yet—-I have never considered myself a “MeToo” vicitim...I am a smart woman who learned the skills necessary to navigate my way through the 80’s, 90’s, and into current times—sometimes dodging, weaving, and occasionally standing up for myself physically and vocally, but never a victim!

This whole story from Ford about being groped seems like, quite honestly something that happened to nearly every female during the party decades of the 80’s and 90’s. Was it Kavanaugh who even did this to her—I doubt it. But even if it was, honestly, I would doubt that many men—especially those who were coming of age in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s weren’t in a situation similar where a pass was made..signals were mixed...senses were blurred from drugs and alcohol...and a pass was rebuffed. God forbid if every man, or woman who grabbed, kissed, or copped a feel is dragged through the mud nearly 4 decades later. There ARE legitimate sexual assaults, and horrific rapes, don’t get me wrong—but to equate a grope, or a kiss to the level of rape/sexual assault does a huge disservice to those who actually are victims of horrific sexual violence.

So, that is my two-cents worth. Hopefully this is on-topic enough to not be removed by mods.
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posted on Sep, 21 2018 @ 06:15 PM
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a reply to: Malcador

One, you have me completely miss-pegged.
Find for me where my statement demonstrates any bias. Pardon me for gleaning from your post that what you read in mine was filtered entirely though your own set of glasses.
Two, read my post again and you will find no bias at all. I was on a grand jury several years ago and one of the crimes that came before us often was sexual abuse. What I stated in that post was the raw bottom line of charges we became aware of that can be made for sexual abuse.



posted on Sep, 21 2018 @ 08:21 PM
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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
a reply to: Malcador

One, you have me completely miss-pegged.
Find for me where my statement demonstrates any bias. Pardon me for gleaning from your post that what you read in mine was filtered entirely though your own set of glasses.
Two, read my post again and you will find no bias at all. I was on a grand jury several years ago and one of the crimes that came before us often was sexual abuse. What I stated in that post was the raw bottom line of charges we became aware of that can be made for sexual abuse.



Oh I know exactly who you are friend. I've had various accounts here going back at least 10 years and if I dont have an account I'm a lurker pretty much every day.

I know everything I need to know about what side of any debate you will side with.

So I went and did a re-read and I stand by my post.

You typed "this IS assault"

Like I said you are assuming that this incident happened with no proof and no evidence. You automatically assume she's truthful and that it happened and he isn't based on what exactly?

Her word?

So yeah that's bias.



posted on Sep, 21 2018 @ 08:31 PM
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a reply to: Vasa Croe

The statement 'The incident DID happen, many of heard about it in school' is inconclusive.
What did they hear?: that 'some girl was attached at a party', or that 'Miss Ford was attached by Brett Kavanaugh"
I'm sure that all teenagers tried out the grabbing game.



posted on Sep, 21 2018 @ 11:40 PM
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Oh yes, I see now how you read that post I made. And in the spirit of open communication I will point out a context it is possible that you missed.
The post I was replying to was this one


Since when is grabbing a titty considered rape and why does everyone now equate such as being equal?

The claim is that she was on a bed and he was on top groping her and someone tackled him.

That is not rape and i have seen no reports that she ever told him NO.

Can you look at my words once more and consider that I was speaking to that post in general rather than the whole he said she said specifically?
In my reply


Maybe not rape so much but certainly ''sexual assault''. This IS a crime. Just as a ''pecker grab'' is a ''sexual assault''. For that matter even a ''butt pinch'' by either sex.

You may notice that I did not say this ‘’was’’ sexual assault, but rather this ‘’is’’’sexual assault. This is important because if I had been referring to this womans claims specifically I would have referred to it in the past tense in stead of the present tense by using the word ‘’is’’.

By pointing that quote out to me I can now see how easily it can be interpreted as you have, as speaking to the veracity of this womans claims, which once again, I was not. So thank you for allowing me to see how careful I need to be in making my self clear. Can you see how you might need to be as careful in how your own glasses can color what you see?
a reply to: Malcador



posted on Sep, 23 2018 @ 07:09 AM
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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
Oh yes, I see now how you read that post I made. And in the spirit of open communication I will point out a context it is possible that you missed.
The post I was replying to was this one


Since when is grabbing a titty considered rape and why does everyone now equate such as being equal?

The claim is that she was on a bed and he was on top groping her and someone tackled him.

That is not rape and i have seen no reports that she ever told him NO.

Can you look at my words once more and consider that I was speaking to that post in general rather than the whole he said she said specifically?
In my reply


Maybe not rape so much but certainly ''sexual assault''. This IS a crime. Just as a ''pecker grab'' is a ''sexual assault''. For that matter even a ''butt pinch'' by either sex.

You may notice that I did not say this ‘’was’’ sexual assault, but rather this ‘’is’’’sexual assault. This is important because if I had been referring to this womans claims specifically I would have referred to it in the past tense in stead of the present tense by using the word ‘’is’’.

By pointing that quote out to me I can now see how easily it can be interpreted as you have, as speaking to the veracity of this womans claims, which once again, I was not. So thank you for allowing me to see how careful I need to be in making my self clear. Can you see how you might need to be as careful in how your own glasses can color what you see?
a reply to: Malcador



My apologies. I did take that particular wording out of context. Went back and re-read after seeing your reply.

That's a blunder on my part and as I said, I apologize for that.

Sorry.



posted on Sep, 23 2018 @ 05:33 PM
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TRUE PUNDIT is preparing to publish online several of Christine Ford's High School Yearbooks..Un-Edited.

SOURCE: truepundit.com...

T.P. should publish them as they are obtained. Don't wait until a judge blocks you, ahead of the big release.




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