Kavanaugh accuser Ford nominated for UNC award for her ‘courage’ and ‘inspiration’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Kavanaugh accuser Ford nominated for UNC award for her ‘courage’ and ‘inspiration’

A group of faculty, students and alums at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill are nominating Christine Blasey Ford for a Distinguished Alumna Award after she testified before a Senate panel about her sexual assault allegations against then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Citing the “courage it took for her to take the moral and ethical stand that she did in testifying about her sexual assault experience in front of the world,” a letter from English professor Jennifer Ho nominates Ford for the award.

The U.S. Senate confirmed Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court Saturday with a 50-48 vote and he was sworn in that night in a private ceremony.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am having an industrial-strength Picard double-palm, at warp speed upon reading this.

Do these endorsers NOT understand this woman's method, motive, and
opportunity, completely truth-free, was centered upon a chance to create a potentially lethal, profession take-down of this judge, just because he is a conservative?!?

This was a frantic, fact-free, deep-ditch effort by the Democrats to prevent a conservative from being confirmed to the Supreme Court, and Ford's accusations could not be corroborated.

They lost it, with Kavanaugh's confirmation. But don't think for a minute that they will stop at this "bump in the road", and some, like Senator Corey Booker, are claiming that if the Democrats win the midterms, they will impeach Kavanaugh.

Under the Constitution, a Supreme Court Judge can be impeached: but it only has happened once in American history: a second Supreme Court Justice who was impeached, resigned before the hearings could be heard. It is the House which impeaches, but it is the Senate where the case for impeachment will be tried.

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