Christine Blasey Ford, a California professor who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct days before a Senate vote to confirm him, has apparently scrubbed her entire social media presence in an attempt to hide her politics from the public, according to reports.
But why would she do that?
Christine Blasey is a far left wing activist who spent all weekend deleting her social media accounts. I didn’t name her because that wouldn’t have been nice, but this is straight activism on her part.https://t.co/fLNiSezpgx https://t.co/T1ORi6jFib
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) September 16, 2018
Are we supposed to ignore the fact that Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser, Registered Democrat and Democrat activist, Christine Blasey Ford, scrubbed her Facebook and Twitter pages of her activism prior to accusing Judge Kavanaugh? I know @CNN will ignore it but are we supposed to?
— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) September 17, 2018
Is it possible Christine Blasey Ford waited so long to come forward because she was busy scrubbing her social media pages and online profiles? #DirtyPolitics
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) September 16, 2018
Update: While Christine Blasey Ford does have a meager presence on social media, it appears to have either been scrubbed or mostly deactivated. Some claim she might’ve done this to protect herself. It’s also plausible it could’ve been done to hide signs of political motivation.
— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) September 16, 2018
The answer may be found in her political past, where she was found to have donated to the DNC and Bernie Sanders affiliates, as well as signed onto a letter condemning President Trump’s immigration policies.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, has donated money to the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), and Friends Of Bernie Sanders. pic.twitter.com/VDvolMqQrj
— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) September 16, 2018
Even her Stanford profile biography has been wiped.
Here’s a screenshot of another Stanford professor for comparison:
If word were to get out of her anti-Trump and anti-Republican politics, the American people would realize her coming forward with 35-year-old accusations just days before Kavanaugh’s confirmation is likely politically-motivated.
Additionally, Senator Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.) was in possession of a letter – originally penned anonymously – from Ford for several months detailing sexual misconduct allegations before Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings, and didn’t even bring it forward during those hearings.
This suggests Feinstein was more concerned with the letter’s political value rather than Ford’s actual allegations and pursuing the “truth.”
Even the FBI rejected calls to open an investigation into the new allegations, but added it to Kavanaugh’s background file.
“Upon receipt of the information on the night of September 12, we included it as part of Judge Kavanaugh’s background file, as per the standard process,” an FBI spokesman told the New Yorker.