"If He Becomes The Nominee, Then I'm Moving to Another Country"Chris Menahan
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Christine Blasey Ford's husband says Christine told him, "If [Brett Kavanaugh] becomes the nominee, then I'm moving to another country. I cannot live in this country if he's in the Supreme Court."
From the Washington Post:
When Donald Trump won his upset presidential victory in 2016, Christine Blasey Ford’s thoughts quickly turned to a name most Americans had never heard of but one that had unsettled her for years: Brett M. Kavanaugh.How is she going to go to New Zealand if she refuses to fly?
“She was like, ‘I can’t deal with this. If he becomes the nominee, then I’m moving to another country. I cannot live in this country if he’s in the Supreme Court,’ ” her husband said. “She wanted out.”For some reason, Kavanaugh being appointed to the DC Circuit Court -- the second highest court in the land -- wasn't much of a concern.
[...]In Bethesda, Ford’s life was one of cloistered advantage, with her time spent at a private school for girls, at the Columbia Country Club and at parties where she moved easily among the privileged and popular.Indeed, her scrubbed yearbook described a den of iniquities with girls getting blackout drunk and sleeping around being the norm.
But after high school, and after the alleged assault, Ford left the Washington area and never moved back. She took up surfing. She dressed in jeans when she wasn’t in a wet suit atop a surfboard. Colleagues mistook her for a native Californian. Quietly, she garnered a reputation for her research on depression, anxiety and resilience after trauma — telling almost no one what she herself had endured.No doubt she was deeply traumatized. Of course, it's just a coincidence she didn't bother to tell the police, nor her parents.
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