Ford's Schoolmate Claims 'Many Of Us Heard' About Kavanaugh Incident At School - Ford Said She Told No One Until 2012Chris Menahan
Sep. 19, 2018
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Women deserve to be believed -- no matter how ridiculous or obviously made up their stories are.
Case in point: Cristina King Miranda, an alleged schoolmate of Christine Blasey Ford, who said Tuesday on Facebook that she "unearthed memories" about how "many of us" heard about the alleged Kavanaugh incident "in school."
There's just one problem: Ford already said she told no one "in any detail" about the alleged incident until 2012 (when Kavanaugh was coincidentally being floated as Mitt Romney's top pick for Supreme Court if he were to win the election).
Ford also doesn't even know when the alleged incident happened or where it happened.
Here's the full post and King's comments as archived on Archive.is.
After the smear attempt got traction, Cristina King Miranda deleted her post "because it served its purpose."
She then announced she "will not be doing anymore interviews" and deleted her entire Twitter account.
She also appears to have deleted her Facebook account:
Of course, none of this stopped NBC News from running with the story and putting it in the number one slot at the top of their homepage on Wednesday.
From NBC News:
WASHINGTON -- A former schoolmate of Brett Kavanaugh's accuser wrote a Facebook post saying she recalls hearing about the alleged assault involving Kavanaugh, though she says she has no first-hand information to corroborate the accuser's claims.These people have no shame.
[...]King has since taken down her Facebook post, which NBC News verified as having appeared on her account. She said on Twitter that she deleted it "because it served its purpose and I am now dealing with a slew of requests for interviews ... Organizing how I want to proceed. Was not ready for that, not sure I am interested in pursuing. Thanks for reading."She's "also been critical of Trump administration policy on social media."
Her letter was an unhinged screed.
Blasey Ford told The Washington Post that she told no one of the incident "in any detail" until 2012, when she was in couples therapy with her husband.The media will run with absolutely anything in order to undermine President Trump.
Meanwhile, a third student Christine Blasey Ford claimed attended the alleged party the she claims the Kavanaugh incident occurred at, Patrick J. Smyth, denied any memory of the alleged incident in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee released Tuesday by CNN.
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