As a rule I abhor conspiracy theories.  However, it would be ahistoric of me to deny that conspiracies have occurred.  John Hinderaker at Powerline points us to a liberal site that begins to draw lines between some disturbing dots:


James Kunstler is a liberal who has a site called Clusterf*** Nation. Although a liberal, he casts a cold, intelligent eye on the follies of our time. The linked post begins by questioning why anyone would believe Christine Ford. What follows is an explosive theme:

I believe that the Christine Blasey Ford gambit was an extension of the sinister activities underway since early 2016 in the Department of Justice and the FBI to un-do the last presidential election, and that the real and truthful story about these seditious monkeyshines is going to blow wide open.

Stunning if true.

It turns out that the Deep State is a small world. Did you know that the lawyer sitting next to Dr. Ford in the Senate hearings, one Michael Bromwich, is also an attorney for Andrew McCabe, the former FBI Deputy Director fired for lying to investigators from his own agency and currently singing to a grand jury? What a coincidence. Out of all the lawyers in the most lawyer-infested corner of the USA, she just happened to hook up with him.

It’s a matter of record that Dr. Ford traveled to Rehobeth Beach Delaware on July 26, where her Best Friend Forever and former room-mate, Monica McLean, lives, and that she spent the next four days there before sending a letter July 30 to Senator Diane Feinstein that kicked off the “sexual assault” circus. Did you know that Monica McClean was a retired FBI special agent, and that she worked in the US Attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York under Preet Bharara, who had earlier worked for Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer?

Could Dr. Ford have spent those four days in July helping Christine Blasey Ford compose her letter to Mrs. Feinstein? Did you know that Monica McClean’s lawyer, one David Laufman is a former DOJ top lawyer who assisted former FBI counter-intel chief Peter Strozk on both the Clinton and Russia investigations before resigning in February this year — in fact, he sat in on the notorious “unsworn” interview with Hillary in 2016. Wow! What a really small swamp Washington is!

Of all the gin joints lawyers in all the towns in all the world, she walks in with one from the FBI. Funny coincidence.

Go here to read the rest.  Things about the Ford allegations that raise huge red flags:

  1. Her success in scrubbing her social media presence.  I have never seen such a successful job of scubbing.  She had to have top level help.
  2. The Christine Ford that showed up at the hearing was apparently quite different from the Christine Ford prior to the hearing, in voice and general presentation of herself.
  3. Why no comments from her family, other than her husband and his side of the family?
  4. She cited the second front door of her house as precipitating couples’ counseling in 2012, during which she revealed to her husband that her desire for a second door was caused by anxiety as a result of her alleged encounter back in the early eighties with Brett Kavanaugh.  In fact, the door went in during 2008 and a business was conducted at that new entrance.

It is becoming increasingly apparent that this was a setup which assumed that in the face of the mere allegation Kavanaugh would withdraw or Trump would pull his nomination, demonstrating a grave misunderstanding as to both Kavanaugh and Trump.  Records need to be subpoenaed, especially communications between the legal team of Ms. Ford and the staff of Democrat senators.  This nation was put through hell over allegations that were likely a fraud from the beginning and that at least some of the Democrat senators may well have known were a fraud.


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  1. 1. Scott Adams has speculated that the scrubbing had to have been done by Google employees. No clue.

    2. IMO, that CB was recruited by David Laufman via Monica McLean is as good an explanation as any for her conduct. Since she was a period resident of Montgomery County of the right age and social profile, she’d do. If they’d found the sister of a Georgetown Prep alumnus or found an alumna of the school attended by Mark Judge’s sister, the story would have packed more punch, of course. They needed a pussyhat who could hold her own with committee counsel and she was that person, conveniently located in Monica McLean’s circle of friends.

    Neo-neocon pointed a few days ago to an unnoticed interview with Russell Ford in which he admits she’s been on bad terms with her family the last few years.

  2. Does anyone really wonder that the demonic were clawing and scratching the doors of the Supreme Court in agony over the installation of Justice Kavanaugh ? The demons and their accomplices were gnashing their teeth because they know that now they will get to kill fewer babies with him on the court. The demon democrats turned the court into their Supreme Legislature, an evil instrument to outvote all the American people with five minions. Now they see their own court from hell is going to become the Court of Heaven. They should have been careful what they sowed; just like that wonderful man, Harry Prdeath Reid, made it possible for the GOP to do this without 61 votes. Thank God for Harry Reid! Let us pray that God, the Almighty Father who creates the immortal soul of each baby int he womb, removes prodeath justices and puts more probaby anti-evil ones on the court, soon. “Oh Lord God, we have the disease, send us the cure, asap.” Guy McClung, Texas

  3. A set up????
    (Major Sarcasm Alert.)

    Desperate times lead to desperate measures.
    That old serpent sure has a cast of characters that are bought and paid for.
    The things his children do…

  4. “Could Dr. Ford have spent those four days in July helping Christine Blasey Ford compose her letter to Mrs. Feinstein?” I hope he meant Monica McClean, not Dr. Ford. That said, it is beyond me that anyone in their right mind could find this utterly neurotic, and perhaps mentally disturbed woman credible. Then again, it is also beyond me how anyone in their right mind could find modern Democrats credible.

  5. That said, it is beyond me that anyone in their right mind could find this utterly neurotic, and perhaps mentally disturbed woman credible.

    I’ve seen no indication she’s disturbed. Mendacious perhaps, not disturbed. She did have marriage counseling. It would be amusing to discover if it was at her insistence or Russell Ford’s. The smart money says hers and the smart money says the idea was to lasso a third person to get hubby to see things her way in re whatever they bicker about. (A role some marriage counselors are happy to play; gotta earn a living).

  6. Didn’t the news that the DNC was the source that passed the so-called russia dossier (that the Clinton campaign paid for through a third party cut-out) to the FBI via the former general counsel break in the middle of the Kavanaugh manure maelstrom?

    Given the hillbilly level of incestuous relationships relayed here, seems to me the permanent bureaucracy may have tried to destroy an honorable man’s reputation just to save itself from public embarrassment.

    Then again, it might have been a two-for.

  7. I’m still curious if that is her real voice. I didn’t watch her testimony, but as soon as I heard a soundbite I started searching around the web trying to find any audio recordings of Ford.

  8. HH: Yesterday, Senator Cotton said on this show that he believed from the start that Chuck Schumer’s political operation orchestrated this, including Dr. Ford’s statement. He incorrectly stated that a friend of Dr. Ford had worked for Preet Bharara. In fact, she had worked for the FBI at the same time that Preet Bharara was the Southern District of New York U.S. Attorney, and we’ve corrected that. But what do you think? Was Chuck Schumer driving this bus?

    ML: I don’t know whether it was Chuck Schumer himself. It certainly could have been. But there was something going on here, because there was a decision made somewhere along the line after they became aware of this information, and six weeks until it actually came out. They were doing stuff. They were hiring legal counsel referred by Senator Feinstein. They were taking polygraphs on the same day as Dr. Ford’s grandmother’s funeral. They were doing all this stuff at a time when allegedly she didn’t want to talk to anyone, and yet she wasn’t being informed by her own legal team that she had the opportunity to be interviewed in the privacy and comfort of her own home. She was never told that. So apparently somebody along the way decided that this was going to be a media circus, and they wanted to launch it at exactly the right time. That’s disgusting. That makes Dr. Ford a victim, at a minimum, of negligence by her lawyers, at a maximum of a deliberate campaign to misuse her. And I think that’s tragic. I think that needs to be looked into.
    From Hugh Hewitt’s interview of Senator Mike Lee:

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