Christine Ford Has No Plans to Further Pursue Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh, Attny Says

Chris Menahan
Oct. 08, 2018

On the same day the Senate voted to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Christine Blasey Ford's Democrat activist lawyer said she "has no further plans" to pursue her allegations against him, ABC 7 reports.

From ABC 7 on October 6, "Christine Blasey Ford has no plans to further pursue allegations against Brett Kavanaugh: Attorney":
WASHINGTON -- With the Senate voting to confirm Brett Kavanaugh as an associate justice of the Supreme Court, Christine Blasey Ford has no further plans to pursue her sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh, according to her lawyers.

Ford only wanted to speak with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, her attorneys told CNN on Friday. Ford does not want the situation to "drag on into the next Congress should Democrats end up winning control on Capitol Hill," the network reported.
When asked about the possibility of impeachment proceedings, attorney Debra Katz told the network: "Professor Ford has not asked for anything of the sort. What she did was to come forward and testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee and agree to cooperate with any investigation by the FBI, and that's what she sought to do here."

"She does not want him to be impeached?" CNN's Dana Bash later asked.

"No," Katz replied flatly.
Translation: we looked at the polls and saw how this whole scheme backfired miserably and we'd like it to just go away.

The Republicans need to investigate Ford and her FBI agent friend Monica McLean as the evidence coming out strongly indicates Ford committed perjury with McLean's help.

As Jeff Giesea said Saturday on Twitter: "These hoax campaigns will continue until we prosecute them for what they are: soft coup attempts. We must take them seriously as national security issues and hold perpetrators of illegal actions to account."

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