Earlier this week, the president of the United States stood before a crowd and openly mocked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
In a breathtaking lack of decorum or civility, Donald Trump told his followers that Ford testified that she didn’t remember hardly any details surrounding her alleged sexual assault by soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Now This put Dr. Ford’s testimony next to Trump’s crass rally display.
She doesn’t remember? Really?
Maybe she didn’t forget all that stuff after all, Mr President… pic.twitter.com/1qv6DtdtzS
— Jeremy Vine (@theJeremyVine) October 4, 2018
And speaking of remembering, Charles Ludington, Lynne Brookes and Elizabeth Swisher, who attended Yale University from 1983 to 1987 with Kavanaugh, penned an op-ed for the Washington Post denouncing Kavanaugh’s lies during his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee about his drinking.
They should know – they were his drinking buddies.
We were college classmates and drinking buddies with Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh. In the past week, all three of us decided separately to respond to questions from the media regarding Brett’s honesty, or lack thereof. In each of our cases, it was his public statements during a Fox News TV interview and his sworn testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee that prompted us to speak out.
We each asserted that Brett lied to the Senate by stating, under oath, that he never drank to the point of forgetting what he was doing. We said, unequivocally, that each of us, on numerous occasions, had seen Brett stumbling drunk to the point that it would be impossible for him to state with any degree of certainty that he remembered everything that he did when drunk.