Christine Blasey Ford could be in a big trouble.
The Senate just unearthed a smoking gun about her testimony.
And critics believe it could prove she lied under oath.
A Letter Upends Ford’s Testimony
The Senate Judiciary Committee got their hands on a bombshell.
A man who dated Christine Blasey Ford from 1990 to 1998 stepped forward.
And he submitted a statement under penalty of perjury that could prove Ford lied under oath during her Senate testimony.
“The full details of Dr. Ford’s polygraph are particularly important because the Senate Judiciary Committee has received a sworn statement from a longtime boyfriend of Dr. Ford’s, stating that he personally witnessed Dr. Ford coaching a friend on polygraph examinations,” Senatore Chuck Grassley wrote.
“When asked under oath in the hearing whether she’d ever given any tips or advice to someone who was planning on taking a polygraph,” Dr. Ford replied, “‘Never.”
“This statement raises specific concerns about the reliability of her polygraph examination results,” he continued. “The Senate, therefore, needs this information.”
“During some of the time we were dating, Dr. Ford lived with Monica L. McLean, who I understood to be her life-long best friend,” the ex-boyfriend wrote. “During that time, it was my understanding that McLean was interviewing for jobs with the FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office.”
“I witnessed Dr. Ford help McLean prepare for a potential polygraph exam,” he stated. “Dr. Ford explained in detail what to expect, how polygraphs worked and helped McLean become familiar and less nervous about the exam.”
One Letter Undercut Kavanaugh’s Accuser
The letter from Ford’s ex-boyfriend undercuts her credibility in other ways.
He claims she never brought up being sexually assaulted.
He also said Ford never mentioned Brett Kavanaugh’s name.
Finally, he revealed that Ford cheated on him and committed fraud.
He wrote that when he broke up with Ford, he took her off the credit card they used.
But he found out one year later that Ford charged $600 worth of purchases to the card.
Ford does not appear to be an honest witness.
She was specifically asked if she ever advised anyone on how to take a polygraph.
Ford responded “never.”
That appears to be a lie.
If Ford lied about that, Americans wonder what else she’s lied about.
She has told multiple versions of how many people were at the party, when it took place, and how old she was when the attack happened.
Critics believe she keeps changing the story because she is making up parts of it—if not all of it.
Many Americans already believe she is not a credible accuser.
Once they find out she may have lied under oath, it will be even easier for them to believe Ford is making up large portions of her story.
And they also think the Senate should disregard her apparently false story and confirm Brett Kavanaugh.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.