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From Hot Air:

Christine Blasey Ford Will Drive Across Country Because She Doesn’t Like Airplanes

JOHN SEXTON Posted at 7:21 pm on September 21, 2018

Maybe she could loop north to do some relaxing leaf-peeping in Minnesota and Maine along the way …

If she has a white Bronco it could be like 3,000 miles of OJ:

I hope she has a convertible to help her overcome her claustrophobia inside her car. But watch out for the Grand Canyon!

Maybe she could go to visit psychologist Homer Simpson:

What if the airline let her take onboard a huge peacock as her emotional support animal?

 
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  1. Can’t take this thing seriously anymore. Talk about degenerating into farce!

    • Replies: @JimB
    , @Bubba
    , @Jack D
    , @anon
    , @AnotherDad
  2. Anon[399] • Disclaimer says:

    My first momentary impression, reading this headline, was that she had decided to “take it on the road” in a whistle stop tour, and drive to Washington in a tour bus, giving speeches and meeting supporters. Alas, it’s not to be.

    Fear of flying is common, but unfortunately for her it does play into the narrative that she is a bit nutty.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @Bubba
    , @Russ
    , @Russ
  3. JimB says:

    Technically, she’s wasting her time. She let the 10 pm deadline pass without responding to the Senate. Or is this just a big stunt where she will appear at Democrat fundraising rallies along the way? Then show up at the Capitol and demand to be heard. That would be so lame.

    I can’t believe there isn’t some wealthy Democrat who wouldn’t fly her in his Lear Jet. Or Bezos could deliver her in a special FedEx plane reserved only for her.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  4. J.Ross says: • Website

    I’m not seeing evidence that she has agreed to testify within the time frame. Shortly before the 10pm deadline, the Hill reported her lawyer was asking for one more day. If Grassley stays true to his word then that’s it.
    I’m sure it’s irrelevant that Kavanaugh would not sit on the next session, even if he is appointed to the Supreme Court, unless that appointment comes in before the end of next week.

    • Replies: @Wilkey
  5. J.Ross says: • Website

    Wow, just wow.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  6. JimB says:
    @Prester John

    If she’s trying to minimize her chance of being sexually assaulted, a cross country drive sounds like a bad choice, especially with 22 million illegal Mexicans roaming around.

    • Replies: @Anon
  7. Anon[128] • Disclaimer says:

    Ford has reportedly told friends she is uncomfortable in confined spaces, indicating a physical difficulty in making the trip by plane.

    But last night, CNN published a story saying Ford’s claustrophobia has been known to her friends for years though they only recently learned she blamed it on her alleged assault at age fifteen.

    This was the reason that Ford did not enjoy flying, DeVarney said — an airplane was “the ultimate closed space where you cannot get away.”…

    DeVarney said Ford also told her about how when Ford and her husband were remodeling their home, “she insisted that every room had to have an exit door to the outside.”

    Usually claustrophobics panic on planes because of the toilets. Flight attendants see this often enough, and they will allow the door to remain open and stand guard.

    Claustrophobia is genetic and heritability increases with age (like IQ), so people find themselves turning more claustrophobic as they get older if a parent was clastrophobic. The Freudian “trauma made me claustrophobic” explanation is less and less accepted these days because there usually turns out to be a claustrophobic parent or grandparent lurking in the patient’s history.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    , @Forbes
  8. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:

    “… She Doesn’t Like Airplanes.”

    Well, #I’mWithHer on that, thanks to President Cheney and his TSA.

    Oh, wait! We’re Team Red here, aren’t we?

    Never mind…..

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  9. Dtbb says:

    Does she want a police escort too? One crazy “woman”/female dog is gonna hold up an entire nation’s government at her whim. MADNESS!

    • Replies: @Dr. X
  10. Anon[352] • Disclaimer says:

    One of my relatives had severe claustrophobia and couldn’t bear flying, but she just took Valium when she had to. Ford’s shrink ought to be able to write her a script for some.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  11. It’s the all-female reboot of Midnight Run.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  12. https://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/21/trump-kavanaugh-christine-blasey-ford-charges-834664

    reports:
    “The GOP has been told that Ford does not want to fly from her California home to Washington, according to the Republican senator, which means she may need to drive across the country to make the hearing. Ford has reportedly told friends she is uncomfortable in confined spaces, indicating a physical difficulty in making the trip by plane.”

    Why drive cross-country in a small, confining car? Take a spacious Greyhound bus, “and leave the driving to us”.

  13. Dr. Ford will reportedly use a telestrator in her testimony to depict the alleged events.

  14. Bubba says:
    @Prester John

    It was always a farce. Who, other than the usual dimwitted publicity whores, would be gullible enough to believe her attention-seeking folderol?

  15. Coemgen says:

    She’ll be too involved in planning new passive-aggressive avenues of attack on deplorables to enjoy the natural beauty of our country.

  16. @Justice Duvall

    What if she gets lost and drives into the Grand Canyon like Thelma and Louise?

  17. Anon[323] • Disclaimer says:

    Hiking is better.

    Cars are dangerous and associated with rape.

    • Replies: @Bubba
  18. Cato says:

    Oh, man! That ending scene was one of my worst moments in movie watching. I will never forgive you for bringing it back to may attention.

  19. Bubba says:
    @Anon

    Maybe she’ll describe the faux attack imagined from 37 years ago (more or less) as a “zipless fuck” from the Fear of Flying in her Senate testimony and be famous for 15 more minutes.

    On second thought, maybe Ford is projecting an event from Erica Jong’s unreadable fictional novel.

  20. Anonymous[406] • Disclaimer says:

    Fear of flying is common, but unfortunately for her it does play into the narrative that she is a bit nutty.

    Former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova hinted, while on Laura Ingraham’s show yesterday, that some PGA golfers need to be interviewed regarding Christine Blasey Ford’s veracity. Today, on the Howie Carr Show on WRKO Boston, Howie Carr questioned DiGenova about what he was referring to. In a nutshell, DiGenova essentially said Blasey Ford is a lush and she is a PGA player stalker who some big-name players in the PGA have had some “interesting” interactions with. DiGenova didn’t elaborate, but he has connections with guys at high levels in federal law enforcement and has a good track record of dropping info stuff on the Howie Carr Show that that turns out to be true.

    https://www.pacificpundit.com/2018/09/20/joe-digenova-hints-pga-golfers-have-dirt-on-christine-blasey-ford/

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Marty T
  21. Anon[323] • Disclaimer says:

    Intelligence is relative.

    Smart or dumb, it depends in relation to whom.

    Indians were smart enough to hunt bison and steal horses from other tribes. But they were dumb in relation to whites who traded bean necklaces and whiskey in exchange for land.

    Whites were smart in relation to most races. But they were dumb in relation to Jews who convinced whites to ‘trade’ their women(to blacks) and land(including Europe to Third World mobs) in exchange for Diversity necklace & opiate.

    What Jews pulled on whites actually makes Indians seem less retarded.

  22. Anon[193] • Disclaimer says:

    Is it just me or does Kavanaugh have an extremely funny looking face ? His physique looks doughy as well. Its of no consequence really(if the left hates him . hes good enough for me) , just curious if anyone else agrees with me.

    • Replies: @Coemgen
  23. JimB says:

    The Brady Bunch maid, Alice, is Christine Ford’s attorney.

    • Replies: @Bubba
  24. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:

    Is she going to be wearing diapers? Kavanaugh’s wife might be in danger.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/nasa-astronaut-lisa-nowak-escapes-jail-plea-deal-violent-love-triangle-case-article-1.414775

    The love-crazed ex-astronaut who drove across the country wearing diapers in order to attack her ex-boyfriend’s lover escaped jail Tuesday in a sweet deal with prosecutors.

    “Astro-nut” Lisa Nowak, 46, pleaded guilty to burglary and battery to avoid a trial in Florida next month on more serious charges that included attempted kidnapping.

  25. Coemgen says:
    @Anon

    He looks a bit like Saul Goodman.

  26. Anonymous[407] • Disclaimer says:

    Would she be willing to fly with a service animal? Was waiting around OAK last week for 2 hrs, noticed maybe a dozen old thots with impeccable coiffure and medium-sized dogs on leashes, in the terminal. Needless to say, none of these were serving as seeing-eye guides. I found it to be a disgraceful spectacle but, what rich dried-up white women want, they usually get.

  27. Is her safety support emu going to ride shotgun?

  28. Anonymous[115] • Disclaimer says:

    • Replies: @Bubba
    , @ben tillman
    , @pyrrhus
    , @Bill
  29. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    I suspect her real issue is that she likes to drink on flights and gets really drunk. She’s worried she won’t be able to resist on the cross country flight and might ending making a spectacle and discrediting herself totally.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
  30. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    She should drive a convertible, like Thelma and Louise.

    • Replies: @JimB
  31. Anon[352] • Disclaimer says:

    Grassley gave Ford a deadline of 10pm tonight to make up her mind. She blew past the deadline. She demands another day.

    She’s already waited 30 years. No one should give her another day. Her insistence on driving across the US is very likely just another attempt to delay the hearing. I’m certain she was advised to drive by a Democratic handler who know it would kill time.

  32. Anon[352] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    Stalking members of the PGA? That’s right up Steve’s alley.

  33. Apparently Ford has always been claustrophobic, but only in the last two months did she realize it’s because of Bret Kavanaugh.

    They remodeled her house because she can’t sleep in a room with less than two doors. Sure lady, why not three?

  34. Can’t she testify by Skype? I am sure they have people who know how to have someone swear on a Bible in California. And maybe the Senators can have a whip round to send an interrogator to California with a list of questions. Like:

    When and where did this happen? Who took you to the party? How did you get home? What were you smoking? Where were your parents?

  35. Anon7 says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Who’s riding shotgun on this trip? Diane Feinstein?

    Or maybe someone with legit 2020 presidential ambitions – like Kamala Harris. Put a succession of lefty gals with cameras in the backseat, like Rachel Maddow and Joy Behar.

    They could all sing feminist anthems, call it PussyHat Carpool Karaoke.

    And don’t forget, there’s always the trip back. If Kavanaugh is denied, let Woman Roar (NSFW):

    If Kavanaugh is confirmed anyway, just think Christine Ballsey Ford Victimization Tour.

  36. Bubba says:
    @JimB

    LOL! iSteve comment of the day!

    Hmm… now I wonder if Ford’s attorney is dating a transgender butcher named “Sam” ?

  37. Mercy sakes alive, looks like we got us a convoy, good buddy!

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
  38. CCZ says:

    “Fear of Flying” is the title of Erica Jong’s 1973 “groundbreaking feminist novel” famous for its “controversial portrayal of female sexuality” and contribution to the “development of second-wave feminism.” [Wiki]

  39. Beene24 says:

    The anger at this woman by right-wing cranks is understandable. After all, you cheated Merrick Garland and Barack Obama out of this seat fair and square!

    As we know, the constitution makes it clear that the president gets to appoint Supreme Court justices, but ONLY when they lose the popular vote by overwhelming millions. Sorry, Obama re-election campaign. Your 2012 victory entitles you to… nothing.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Jack D
    , @AnotherDad
  40. Anonymous[407] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    You fumbled that one. Cramped 737′s are one thing, free pat-downs are quite another. Although with TSA employment anti-selectivity, reality tends to fall well short of fantasy. I bet Christine would climb out on a 10th-story ledge for the sake of a fire dept. ladder rescue (unless she’s afraid of heights now too)

    • Replies: @Forbes
    , @gunner29
  41. JimB says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Or a Lime scooter. That’ll get her over the Rockies.

  42. Bubba says:
    @Anonymous

    Is this the special Princess jackass claiming to be a conservative? LOL! Whew! Her womyn’s logic and unintended irony is killing me! I’m still laughing too hard to write any more!

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
  43. Anon[193] • Disclaimer says:
    @Beene24

    Were Larry Sinclair’s accusations about Obama taken seriously? Were hearings convened to hear Sinclair’s accusations about Mr. Perfect ?

    Why were there no hearings relating to Obamas association with known racists : Farrakhan,Wright ,or his association with known terrorist Ayres ?

    Hearings about untimely deaths of gay members of Wrights church. ?

  44. Her new demand is she wants waterfall noises and pumpkin spice candles while she testifies.

  45. Summing up:

    She is a liar.

    She is a nutcase.

    She is surrounded by liars and nutcases.

    • Agree: Bubba
  46. CCZ says:

    Delta will allow you to fly with your “therapy turkey” emotional support animal.

    • Replies: @EH
    , @Prof. Woland
    , @tyrone
  47. MEH 0910 says:

    • Replies: @Forbes
  48. Anon[352] • Disclaimer says:
    @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    I think you’ve nailed it.

  49. Bubba says:
    @Anon

    Ford is following her handler’s advice (Ricki Seidman who also handled Anita Hill) and will copy Anita Hill’s sexual harassment description of projecting a fiction into reality. In Hill’s case it was of a pubic hair on a Coke can as described in The Exorcist.

    Instead, Ford will describe the imaginary attack as a “zipless fuck” from the Fear of Flying in her Senate testimony rather than a public hair on a Coke can.

  50. Lagertha says:
    @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    could we just have a volcano eruption, earthquake in California, or a massive terrorist killing going off in Minnesota or Germany/England to stop this nonsense? I am so sick and tired of the Democrats that I want them to really, really suffer at this point. This woman’s HS saga is too much saga. BTW, I am looking forward to the next season of Vikings! Her story is boring, and she knows it…we all know it. Progressives are the boring party with their “hall monitor” attitude about life.

  51. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    Never fear, there is a solution to this problem.

    From the Archives: The Human Fly atop a DC-8
    By Scott Harrison

    During the 1976 National Air Races at Mojave, a stuntman going by the nickname the “The Human Fly” twice appeared atop a DC-8 piloted by well-known pilot Clay Lacy. After the first performance, staff writer Reggie Smith reported in the June 20, 1976, Los Angeles Times:

    The man looked visibly worried as aides strapped his legs and chest to the aeronautical brace atop the DC-8 jetliner. The brace was to be his only support during the 15-minute flight.

    He smiled and waved to the crowd below. Some of the spectators looked up in amazement as their cameras clicked away.

    He had billed himself as the “Human Fly,” the greatest daredevil that ever lived, and promised to prove it by riding on the top of a jet flying at speeds of more than 200 m.p.h. at 100 feet above ground.

    Dressed in a red-and-white jumpsuit, white cape and red platform shoes, The Fly wore a mask.

    “The Fly wants to remain anonymous because he doesn’t want to draw attention to himself,” said David Levin, his promotional agent.

    Levin claimed The Fly was the victim of an automobile accident which “60% of his body” was replaced with steel parts.

    “As a result of The Fly’s hospital experience, he says he will donate a substantial portion of his earnings to a recognizable charity,” Levin said.

    Finally, everything was ready before the assembled crowd of thousands Saturday at the annual California National Air Races at Mojave.

    As the plane was airborne, The Fly gestured with his hands. First, the sign of the cross, then a clinched fist and finally, as the plane headed toward the runway, the victory sign.

    When the plane landed, Fly was rushed away for a medical checkup, where the doctor gave him the OK to see members of the press.

    “It was a great feeling up there,” said the 29-year-old masked man. “I’m the greatest daredevil in the world.

    “The only problem I had up there was with my helmet,” he said. “A piece came off during the flight.

    “I’m going to be around for a long while yet,” he added. “Just look forward to seeing the greatest daredevil that ever lives.”

    He is scheduled to repeat the stunt today.

  52. Dr. X says:
    @Dtbb

    Does she want a police escort too? One crazy “woman”/female dog is gonna hold up an entire nation’s government at her whim. MADNESS!

    You can’t blame her for trying to hold up the nation’s government at her whim. Petulant whimsy is SOP for females.

    The question is whether or not the Republicucks are weak and craven enough to let her get away with it.

  53. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @JimB

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    , @J.Ross
    , @Ed
  54. We don’t all know someone like Trump or Putin but we all know someone like Christine Blasey Ford. That’s got to hurt the Democrats in the court of public opinion.

    • Replies: @Forbes
  55. MEH 0910 says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    • Replies: @27 year old
    , @Jack D
  56. @Kibernetika

    And, um, go east, young… err, middle-aged, nihilistic marm! The judicial branch is yours to F over!

    You apparently have the powa, although I’ve yet to discover it in those tiresome old law books!

  57. Danindc says:

    Hands across America. Hands across this land I love. United we stand, divided we fall. Hands across America. You go Chrissy!

  58. It would be great if TV news helicopters followed her all the way across the country.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    , @Lot
    , @donut
  59. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Dave Pinsen

    I want to believe that this is being pursued in order to let the liar look like a complete fool while making the GOP look gentlemanly, and that they’ll still get Kavanaugh onto the Court in time for the next session (which could mean kabuki until Thursday).
    But I also want a Coriolanus to show the beauty of autism and end this mummery regrdless of whether it will make him liked.

  60. CCZ says:

    “Kate DeVarney, a neuroscientist who has known Ford for about 13 years…knew Ford “really has a hard time being in a place where there’s no escape route.””

    Kate Beebe DeVarney, “Teaching the art of effortless power.”

    ​Neuroscientist (Executive Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer, Titan Pharmaceuticals), artist, Founder/CEO Mind Body Design. Passionate about teaching qigong and integrative wellness. In love with my wife Savannah DeVarney @savdevarney

    Savannah DeVarney, software engineer, product manager, entrepreneur. Love meditating, running and playing field hockey. Wife to @kate_beebe and mommy to #bleudevarney

    The Sisterhood!!

    • Replies: @Cortes
    , @Lot
  61. @MEH 0910

    Surprising level of self awareness from Chuck there

  62. Anybody notice that the Orange County rapist and his girlfriend have accusers rapidly piling up, including some from decades ago?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6195339/More-dozen-women-MAN-say-dreamboat-surgeon-girlfriend-drugged-raped-them.html

    Funny, how when there’s a real criminal pattern, you can find lots of people to testify about it.

    • Agree: Lot
  63. Wilkey says:
    @J.Ross

    “The Hill reported her lawyer was asking for one more day”

    But it isn’t really one more day, because the weekend intervenes. So it’s three more days to try to invent some bullshit story that people might actually buy. And weed is legal in California, so she’ll have all sorts of bullshit-enhancing drugs to assist her.

    Ford claims she first “remembered” the incident six years ago. She wrote a letter to Sen. Feinstein two months ago. It finally came out in the news two weeks ago. She’s had plenty of time to prepare her testimony. Judge Kavanaugh only heard of the allegations two weeks ago, yet he’s ready to defend himself right now.

  64. @Dr. X

    I am starting to hate this woman. Even if every word she said is true, how does she claim to be more fragile than the victims of Larry Nassar, Bill Cosby, or Jerry Sandusky? Or the victims of the California surgeon and his girlfriend? If they can bring themselves to talk about it, so should she. If it’s true, wouldn’t she want to protect other potential victims?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  65. @Buzz Mohawk

    They probably will if she actually does it.

  66. Cortes says:
    @CCZ

    Does she get to take her emergency escape pod into the hearing?

    What’s her escape option there?

    “Gee! I’m so sorry. It’s just, like, the indeterminate trauma was and is too much for me. You understand, don’t you? I’m overwhelmed and helpless.” (Smiles in a fearful, but brave, way in the direction of the camera.)

  67. Wilkey says:

    This whole kerfuffle will just help Republicans win even more seats in the Senate. It is too the “gender gap” what the 2016 elections were to immigration. Democrats to into this thinking they have the advantage, thinking Republicans are doomed, and terrifically over playing their hand.

  68. Lot says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Driving there and back, six or more days in an auto, just to give testimony will make her more credible with a dramatic buildup. It is like the Way of St James, but in a Lexus SUV.

    Perhaps like a President’s funeral train, we can all line the Interstate, waiting for her to pass by.

  69. Lot says:
    @J.Ross

    “But I also want a Coriolanus to show the beauty of autism…”

    You do that every day J Ross.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @J.Ross
  70. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Maybe because she is a shameless liar. She is lying about the not-rape. She is lying about the airplanes. Everything she says is just to try to prevent Kavanaugh from sitting on the next session of the Court.
    You know what’s out there that I don’t have enough money to lure out? This woman has been on a plane and there is photo or video or ticket stubs proving that she used a plane for some vacation somewhere.

  71. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Lot

    Make you a of me!

    • Replies: @Lot
  72. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Lot

    Make you a lesbian-addling revanchist cartoon frog of me!

  73. @Anon

    she insisted that every room had to have an exit door to the outside

    I’d be scared of someone coming in that other door.

  74. Lot says:
    @J.Ross

    Make you a of me!

    Exactly.

    • Replies: @anon
  75. @Lot

    Perhaps like a President’s funeral train, we can all line the Interstate, waiting for her to pass by.

    Like OJ in the white Bronco.

    • Replies: @David In TN
  76. Lot says:
    @CCZ

    Wife to @kate_beebe and mommy to #bleudevarney

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    , @Mr. Anon
  77. Abe says: • Website

    Gentlemen, remember your game:

    BETA: “I never touched Christine Ford. I love and respect all women too much to force myself that way on any woman. My mother is my greatest hero. My wife is my best friend. My daughter awes and inspires me every day with her bravery and empoweredness. Blah blah blah blah blah…”

    ALPHA: “I never touched Christine Ford. It is unimaginable I’d ever be interested in a woman like THAT.” (drop mic).

    (Seriously, that should be the entirety of his Senate testimony)

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  78. @Lot

    Than longen folke to spak ayen a juge
    That hem hath yeven swich an olde gruge.

    • Replies: @Lot
    , @JerseyJeffersonian
  79. sb says:

    Maybe they could sedate her for the journey rather like those kids in that cave in Thailand

    • Replies: @Dtbb
  80. @Lot

    Something else won the contest that year, but that is gorgeous.

    • Replies: @D. K.
    , @ben tillman
  81. Rob McX says:

    Maybe she could loop north to do some relaxing leaf-peeping in Minnesota and Maine along the way …

    Bad things happen in Minnesota.

  82. @J.Ross

    That, or to interview for/move to any of her jobs. I seriously doubt she took the Pony Express.

    Actually, some places pay your airfare for an interview, so some office assistant somewhere either had to arrange her flight and hotel for her or else had to reimburse her for travel, for which she would have submitted receipts.

    Has she spoken at any conferences? Any of them overseas?

    • Replies: @Cortes
  83. Rob McX says:

    How about a sponsorship deal for the trip? It seems fitting that she should do it in a Ford.

    • LOL: Dtbb
    • Replies: @Thirdtwin
  84. D. K. says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Paul Mauriat’s instrumental cover version was #1 in the United States, the following year, and ended 1968 as the second-ranked hit overall on Billboard’s annual list:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%27amour_est_bleu#Mauriat_version

  85. Mr. Anon says:

    Christine Blasey Ford Will Drive Across Country Because She Doesn’t Like Airplanes

    Because airplanes were invented by men. And men are all rapists who remind her of the trauma that was indelibly imprinted on her mind…………somewhere………………..some year.

  86. anon[130] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot

    Truer words never written.

  87. Dtbb says:
    @sb

    Or like Mr. T in the A team.

  88. @Anonymous

    Blasey didn’t tell those in charge that she needed time to drive cross-country. She just blew them off.

  89. @J.Ross

    You know what’s out there that I don’t have enough money to lure out? This woman has been on a plane and there is photo or video or ticket stubs proving that she used a plane for some vacation somewhere.

    And you know what an FBI investigation would focus on? Exactly this kind of thing. It would be nothing but an investigation of her credibility.

  90. CCZ says:
    @J.Ross

    Perhaps one can dispense with their fear of flying and endure some claustrophobia and the lack of easy escape when flying to and from Hawaii.

    Christine Margaret Blasey and Catherine Palmer Ricks both graduated the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) on May 8, 1988. The newspaper reporting the May 20, 1995 wedding of Ms. Ricks noted that the Maid of Honor was Christine Blasey of Honolulu.

    Ancestry.com lists Christine M. Blasey (subsequently Christine M. Ford), born November 1966, with Maryland, Southern California (including Palo Alto), and Honolulu addresses and telephone numbers, including a 1992 Honolulu address and telephone number. The Honolulu address is a large occeanfront residential building with studios, and one and two bedroom apartments, on Oahu’s “Gold Coast” Diamondhead (“surfs up”).

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  91. @CCZ

    I got more nervous about flying as I’ve gotten older.

    Here’s football coach / announcer John Madden’s famous fear of flying:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Madden#Aversion_to_flying

    He says it is claustrophobia-related.

    • Replies: @Rut
    , @Coemgen
  92. Ed says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    Embarrassing and he tweets it proudly.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  93. El Dato says:
    @Dr. X

    Is there only a single picture of Miss Ford in the world, the one where she wears the sunglasses?

    It’s like seeing one of these “raped & killed & disappeared” reports with the victim represented by the same grainy photo, over and and over again, for weeks on end.

    Meanwhile, manly behaviour on a cross-country trip:

  94. 22pp22 says:

    This woman is a jackass and the reaction of the NYT proves they are jackasses too. What do you expect from people who employ Sarah Jeong.

    Anyone who can’t see she is fruit loop is a fool.

    If they have young children, they should send them to school in Rotherham.

    That would be the kind of rape they approve of.

    I cannot believe anyone is taking this seriously.

    No, this women, a drunken skank at the age of fifteen, tells us she’s too scared to fly.

    For God’s sake.

    The world’s gone nuts.

    • Agree: Realist, Trevor H., donut
  95. Lot says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Ac on a Jun morwenynge on Merrylan hilles
    Me bifel a ferly, of Fairye me thoghte.
    I was wery forwandred and wente me to ressle
    On a brood bed by a lamp syde;
    And as I lay and lenede and loked on the Fairye,
    I slombred into a slepyng, she sweyed not so murye.
    Thanne gan I meten a merveillous swevene…

  96. @El Dato

    It’s like seeing one of these “raped & killed & disappeared” reports with the victim represented by the same grainy photo, over and and over again, for weeks on end.

    a la Chandra Levy

    To this day her Wikipedia picture is the standard Chandra Levy picture that we all remember

  97. OMG, she is the living proof of my take that every psychology major is nuts.

  98. @Anthony Wayne

    ” use a telestrator “, and go on about Brett Favre.

  99. @Abe

    Über-Alpha: “That chick really needs to gets some.” [throw mic at exit door]

  100. IHTG says:

  101. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    Greyhound is what deplorables use for long distance travel.

  102. @Bubba

    She’s conservative compared to someone, somewhere who voted for Bernie, but that probably is it.

  103. @Jonathan Mason

    Can’t she testify by Skype?

    Exactly, have her lawyer do all the talking.

  104. @J.Ross

    But I also want a Coriolanus

    Yikes! go see a proctologist, stat

  105. El Dato says:

    What does her husband say to this?

    Is it “I stand by my wife” or “You must understand”?

    • Replies: @CCZ
  106. Realist says:

    Nut less Grassley should end this shit and vote Monday.

  107. I cannot imagine anytjing on television today with the word “entails” appearing un-self-consciously in the dialogue or an unexplained allusion to Freaks.

    No wonder the show was cancelled: the populace became too stupid to understand it.

  108. Cortes says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Shame about the no Pony Express.

    I was looking forward to revelations about Blasey ‘n Saddles

    “Try the veal.”

  109. @J.Ross

    It is their gentleness which drives the gender gap. Women are instinctively contemptuous of undue gentleness in men, especially men in positions of legitimate authority, whatever the rationalizations they come up with to justify that contempt to themselves and others.

    Nice guys finish last, largely for that reason.

    • Replies: @Anon
  110. @Ed

    That’s not pride. If he had any, he wouldn’t have tweeted it in the first place, or had to.

    It’s pathological modesty.

  111. Eagle Eye says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Can’t she testify by Skype? I am sure they have people who know how to have someone swear on a Bible in California.

    Are you sure they have Bibles in California?

  112. donut says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Like NORAD used to track Santa Clause on Christmas Eve .

  113. El Dato says:

    Does anyone actually remember the hearings? I means those parts not made into a clownshow by intruding Social Justice and allegations of handsign flashing?

  114. Thirdtwin says:
    @Rob McX

    Fiat. Or maybe Dodge.

    And when will we find out about the million frequent flyer miles she racked up flying to ski resorts? They can’t possibly have scrubbed those away. But it would be bullying to notice that sort of thing.

  115. Rut says:
    @Steve Sailer

    I am convinced your fear is really from a teenage trauma.

  116. @Steve Sailer

    “Like OJ in the white Bronco.”

    Exactly. The OJ Imbroglio became a national morality play because the MSM made it a national morality play.

  117. EH says:
    @CCZ

    That guy has the same expression as the guy behind the Starbuck’s counter getting yelled at by the black activist with a megaphone.

  118. Forbes says:
    @Anon

    Ford (reportedly) recently traveled to Hawaii by airplane for vacation. Media reporting of claustrophobia is all about flooding the zone for The Narrative.

  119. Forbes says:
    @Anonymous

    Nothing wrong with a B-737. Try sitting in a window seat of a 40-seat Bombardier CRJ regional jet. There’s more room in a steamer trunk. Crouching down (for me) to walk the aisle is the first clue.

  120. Forbes says:
    @MEH 0910

    Actually, the “delay” caveat Grassley offered in his Friday 10 PM deadline was based on Ford having agreed to testify–not an extension regarding a decision or not to testify.

    The extension is, ostensibly, for Ford to indicate what day she would appear.

  121. This is the way the American Empire ends; not with a bang but with brain-dead broads pulling a demographic Thelma and Louise.

    White Core American Patriot men must stoke the fire of internecine political war between evil, nation-wrecking White women who push open borders mass immigration and brave, beautiful White women who want legal immigration halted and illegal alien invaders deported.

    Repeal the 19th Amendment or pander to the broads, that’s the choice.

    I wrote this in 2017, very relevant now:

    Thomas Edsall attempted to talk the Democrats away from the edge of the anti-White cliff. The Democrats launched themselves off the anti-White cliff in a manner similar to the gals in the film “Thelma and Louise.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/12/opinion/thomas-edsall-the-demise-of-the-white-democratic-voter.html

    Dear Democrats: Pay no attention to the oncoming rocks.

  122. Forbes says:
    @Cagey Beast

    Yeah. Just think of all the cucks that pine for a girl like Christine…

  123. Forbes says:
    @Lot

    Perhaps like a President’s funeral train, we can all line the Interstate, waiting for her to pass by.

    Well, if you were lining the Interstate waiting for the President’s funeral train–you would’ve missed it.

  124. Jack D says:
    @Prester John

    Christine Blasey Ford – a little bit nutty and a little bit slutty. Yet she is the one who holds the veto on Supreme Court appointments of the global superpower. How is this possible?

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  125. Jack D says:
    @Anthony Wayne

    Could they just give her anatomically correct dolls so she could re-enact the events? They could also produce doll sized cans of Natty Light and ask her to point to how many she drank.

  126. The latest craziness from Blasey Ford:

    She’s groped when 15, and must leave the country at age 51, because feelings.

    But of course she never told anyone about it until a few years ago, and never worked on it in therapy.

  127. @candid_observer

    Yet another picture of the Ford in sunglasses. Why?

    • Replies: @JerseyJeffersonian
  128. @candid_observer

    Any way you look at it, this is one seriously unstable woman.

    Has she informed the committee about her gluten sensitivities and tree nut allergies?

    How about her Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? I hear she will need a nap after each half an hour testimony.

    Also, No GMOs in any snacks!

    • Replies: @Anon
  129. Jack D says:
    @Beene24

    Republicans were just following the Biden Rule. Anyway, the Constitution says that the President gets to appoint S. Ct. justices with the advice and CONSENT of the Senate. No consent, no appointment.

    What the Republicans did to Garland was a lot more dignified and honest than what the Dems are doing to Kav, but then again the Republicans had the votes and are willing to live by the rules of our Constitution.

    If Dems don’t like the results produced by the Constitution (e.g. Presidency decided by Electoral College, not popular vote) then they try to scrap them. They always do this in a short sighted way without considering what will happen when the tables are turned. All of President Harris’s S. Ct. appointees will need to have grown up inside a convent or they are in for a hell of a time.

  130. kihowi says:
    @J.Ross

    I assumed the people who were coaching her needed a delay for some reason.

  131. @Jack D

    I don’t think she was a slut. A slut has practice pacing her booze and would have kneed Kav in the ‘nads if he tried too much too soon. She also would have stomped, not run, straight downstairs and told the others, “Your friends are @$$#013$.” I suspect Ford was fairly sheltered and trying to act sophisticated.

    If this was her first kegger, maybe it was a truly scary experience, but how many high school girls go to a kegger without a female friend, even a pack of them? Even in college, it’s standard practice to hit the first frat parties with your new roommates, even if you don’t like them very much.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    , @Anon
  132. @candid_observer

    I’m kind of looking forward to seeing how many new methods of self-beclowning Dr. Ford can come up with, so long as Kavanaugh can hold his frame (and why shouldn’t he, since all the named witnesses are on his side).

  133. Jack D says:
    @MEH 0910

    That’s an interesting question – are Schumer and his staff feeding Blasey and her lawyer delay tactics or is Blasey really that nuts and indecisive? Is delay really all they want out of it (and point scoring for the November election) because they know that her testimony will be a bust and Kav will be confirmed, so milk the political value of this (2018 – the 2nd Year of the Woman! Republicans are disrespectful to women) as long as you can?

    Or maybe Blasey is genuinely nuts and dealing w/ Blasey’s flakiness is what convinced Feinstein to sit on her letter in the 1st place?

    Up until now I thought that they were delaying hoping for a miracle that would actually prevent the confirmation – a real accuser would come forward or Trump would be indicted or something.

    In that case they would not have allowed Blasey to jump the shark. But now she has so I think it was a tactical decision by Schumey – this whole schtick must be polling well with women and they have to keep the charade going for as long as they can hoping that the effect won’t wear off before Election Day. Schumer is not worried about backlash because he knows the instant that her testimony goes up in a puff of smoke (1) it won’t be spun that way – instead it will be that evil white male Republican Senators were mean to her and (2) CNN will immediately change the subject to Trump’s underwear or something .

  134. Could they just give her anatomically correct dolls so she could re-enact the events?

    They promise to clean the life size lovey dovey dolls at these new sicko shops where you can rent them. Bring on the night, I can’t stand another hour of this rotting empire culture.

    They could also produce doll sized cans of Natty Light and ask her to point to how many she drank.

    Interviewer to Dick Cheney on how many beers he drank on the morning he peppered his hunting pal in the face with birdshot:

    How many beers, Mr. Cheney?

    Cheney:

    Maybe one.

    Should have been follow up question by interviewer:

    What size container was the “one” beer in and did you pop some whiskey or vodka into it?

  135. It’s hard to know how much Blasey’s absurd overreactions are just invented, and how much real.

    But if they are real, I wonder if she’s ever been hospitalized for her many psychological conditions. This is pretty extreme stuff.

  136. Anon[227] • Disclaimer says:
    @candid_observer

    Blasey Ford reminds me of “BBQ Becky.” Over the hill Bay Area women are the worst.

  137. CCZ says:
    @El Dato

    “What does her husband say to this?”

    “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.”

    “She didn’t always get along with her parents because of differing political views,” Russell [Ford] said. “It was a very male-dominated environment. Everyone was interested in what’s going on with the men, and the women are sidelined, and she didn’t get the attention or respect she felt she deserved. That’s why she was in California, to get away from the D.C. scene.”

    As their relationship deepened, Ford told him that she’d been physically abused years earlier. He would learn the specifics of the event, including Kavanaugh’s name, during a couple’s therapy session years later. But then, he just listened.

    “I could tell she was uncomfortable going into all the details,” he recalled.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/christine-blasey-ford-wanted-to-flee-the-us-to-avoid-brett-kavanaugh-now-she-may-testify-against-him/2018/09/22/db942340-bdb1-11e8-8792-78719177250f_story.html?utm_term=.f7bbea0aa568&wpisrc=nl_most&wpmm=1

  138. Jack D says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    If, as a Holton Arms girl, this was her first experience with alcohol she would have been an outlier. I really don’t know how slutty she was (although again “chastity” is not the first adjective that comes to mind in describing Holton Arms girls) but if you present yourself at a party with boys and booze and no parents then presumably your goal was not to go there to discuss French literature.

  139. Nadir says:

    What’s wrong with testifying via Skype?

  140. anon[146] • Disclaimer says:
    @Prester John

    At this stage of the game, farce would be if she developed a fear of driving and decided to walk to Washington.

  141. Jack D says:
    @candid_observer

    California is (or used to be) filled with millions people who grew up on the East Coast or in the Midwest and moved to California because they liked the weather and the lifestyle or because their education or careers took them there. But Blasey moved there to escape her secret tormenter Kavanaugh, we now learn.

    Also in the article they refer to “political disagreements” with her Daddy, the ex-Pres of Burning Rock CC. In other words, he is probably a conservative Republican and she is a raging leftist with daddy issues (but I’mg guessing no problem with daddy say helping her buy a house in Silicon Valley). And Kav is a father figure onto whom she can transfer her daddy issues. Julia Child was a similar rich girl with daddy issues who married late – she was from Pasadena and so ended up in Cambridge, MA. Blasey is such a stereotypical leftist white girl that it’s not funny.

  142. @Jack D

    The problem for Blasey and the Dems is that they are caught between a number of sets of facts already part of the record.

    The fundamental problem they’ve got is that the incident she describes, even as she has described it, seems utterly trivial compared to the reaction they want out of the public to it –namely rejection of a SC nominee.

    What to do?

    They have clearly taken the tack of building up that incident as much as they can by turning it into something life changing for Blasey.

    But everything they do to exaggerate the effect of the incident makes her look like a complete fruitcake. And how credible is a fruitcake?

    The other fact that is part of the record is that she never talked about this to anyone until a few years ago, despite its supposedly damaging her life in countless ways. Really? She, a psychologist herself, never sought out therapy though her life had been crippled by this incident?

    I think one of the delusions her handlers suffer under is their own immersion in the feminist schtick regarding so-called sexual assault. They believe all this junk they are making up. To them, it makes sense that being groped at 15 really does permanently alter your life, and haunt you forever. They don’t seem to get that normal people see it as absurd and over-the-top. It’s like they are all Title IX coordinators, and their only audience is other university administrators.

    Not gonna work.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  143. Jack D says:
    @candid_observer

    In this same article, we learn that Chrissy “Fear of Flying” Blasey attended grad school in Hawaii (I’m sure she went there for the academic excellence of the program and not because it was conveniently close to surfing – also because Hawaii is even further from Kavyland). Anyway, so how did Ms. FoF get back and forth from grad school – did she drive there? Travel by ship? Sailboat?

    I know that they made a concerted effort to cleanse her social media before she was presented to the national media, but surely there must be snapshots of her on vacation in Thailand or Australia or some other global surfing hotspot. Or someone could hack into her Frequent Flier account or something. I would rate the chances that Ms. FoF has never been on a plane as close to nil.

  144. Jack D says:
    @candid_observer

    In general, that’s the problem with a lot of LibDem stuff – they live in an echo chamber (and shout down other POVs) so they have no reality check. So they build themselves up into a fever pitch – Kavanaugh is coming for your birth control pills! He is going to force you to bear children! Being groped once at age 15 gives you PTSD forever and ruins your entire life!

    Right wingers seem to have a broader range of views (not to mention that the case of the other side is endlessly put before them in the media every day) so the nutcases remain as fringe figures instead of occupying a respectable central position in their movement. You had guys like Whiskey saying that Obama would abrogate the Constitution and refuse to leave office but without backup his echoes died instead of being amplified. Also leftists are supposed to be tolerant so they don’t call people out on eccentric behavior – you are a guy who wants to dress like a girl – fine, no problem. You fear vaccines and electro-magnetic radiation – sure that’s a valid POV. You eat only ethically sourced organic quinoa and nothing else – sure, whom am I to condemn your diet? So women like Chrissy just go further and further out on the deep end, especially if they are trying to get attention as their looks fade and no one ever calls them on it. After a while you are convinced that everyone is (or at least thinks like) a Brooklyn hipster – OF COURSE groping leaves you with lifelong PTSD – are you some kind of white male monster who doesn’t believe that? (Who in Democrat circles would be brave enough to contradict this – see what just happened to Buruma).

    And then you are shocked, shocked, shocked when Hillary loses. How is it possible that even 1 single person voted for Trump? Yes there are a few deplorable old white men, but how is it possible that he won an election when all right thinking people hate his guts?

    • LOL: Johann Ricke
  145. Mr. Anon says:
    @J.Ross

    Maybe because she is a shameless liar. She is lying about the not-rape. She is lying about the airplanes. Everything she says is just to try to prevent Kavanaugh from sitting on the next session of the Court.

    Next thing, she’ll be saying she can’t travel to Washington to testify because it would increase her carbon footprint.

    I agree – I think she’s just lying at this point, or is agreeing to all the lies put out by her handlers.

  146. I hope she leaves her dog at home:

    • Replies: @candid_observer
  147. Mr. Anon says:
    @Lot

    Very nice. And to think that Eurovision went from Vicky, a cute young lady singing a pretty song, to Conchita Wurst, a ridiculous and disgusting drag-queen with a beard.

  148. @Jonathan Mason

    I don’t think people swear on the Bible anymore. Just raise your right hand and swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. So help me God has also been eliminated. A person can still commit perjury, however.

    • Replies: @CCZ
  149. @Anonymous

    “Discrediting herself totally”

    Yeah because she’s a real paragon of fidelity and integrity before that.

  150. @J.Ross

    Although there are ways to do the detective work to find out whether she has flown before, the easiest way would have been through social media posts; many users feel compelled to overshare details of their remote vacations, the destination of which may often be accessible only by flying. Then you would either directly know from the posts, or through date/destination information, your detective work would be greatly assisted. In our surveillance crazy world, full passenger manifests are highly likely to be archived somewhere.

    But, as I understand it, her social media was wiped clean prior to the accusations, not by coincidence I am sure. The FBI could still do detective work, but as they have been found to be a nest of #resistance types, who knows how hard they would try.

  151. @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    Agree. My hope is that this dimocrat spectacle will energize real conservatives, Trump supporters, and even stoopid party establishment types to vote against dimocrats and progs this November.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
  152. @Jack D

    Blasey is such a stereotypical leftist white girl that it’s not funny.

    She’s a triple B – a Basic Bitch Becky.

  153. @Rosamond Vincy

    Excellent, Rosamond, Chaucer.

    She is probably thinking about her journey…

    Redy to wenden on my pilgrimage
    To [Washingtoon] with ful devout courage,
    At night was come into that hostelrye
    Wel nyne and twenty in a companye
    Of [diverse] folk, by aventure y-falle
    In felawshipe, and [democrats] were they alle,
    That toward Washingtoon wolden ryde.

    And points to you, too, Lot, for picking up the ball.

    • Replies: @Anon
  154. @CCZ

    It’s probably better than sitting next to a 400 lb slob with body odor.

  155. @Anthony Wayne

    The sunglasses are so nobody can see the size of her pupils. That could be awkward for her.

  156. @Percy Gryce

    Look at Chevy Chase’s smirks in that clip, making fun of the violent death of a fellow mammal.

    Isn’t that, like, hate speech against dogs?

    Where’s PETA when you need them?

    There oughta be a law. No doubt soon there will be. But first we’ve gotta get rid of this Kavanaugh monster.

  157. @El Dato

    Working late into the night, the Senate Clerk accidentally summoned Fred Blassie instead of Blasey-Ford. Hilarity ensued.

  158. CCZ says:
    @Simply Simon

    “Georgia official takes oath of office on Malcolm X autobiography instead of bible.”

    “She was offered a copy of the Bible and Constitution, but turned both down.”

    Thursday 7 June 2018

  159. @Prester John

    I hope the Republicans aren’t cucking on this too?

    With this stunt, this drama queen is signalling that her story isn’t important–in any adult way–even to her.

    Grassley–or whoever is running this show–needs to just say that and move on with a vote.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Desiderius
  160. J.Ross says: • Website
    @AnotherDad

    Today the lawyer has graciously agreed to negotiate further (this was reported as “Ford Will Testify”).

  161. @Beene24

    The anger at this woman by right-wing cranks is understandable. After all, you cheated Merrick Garland and Barack Obama out of this seat fair and square!

    Beene, beyond all the constitutional points JackD pointed out, the big difference between the parties is that the Democrats are parasitic on Republicans not vice versa.

    I have zero interest in telling you folks what to do. I’m perfectly happy to divide the US between Trump voters and Hillary voters and let you guys go your own way–have your rainbowed hued, open borders utopia, where you girls–who don’t get raped and murdered by your black vibrants or illegals or “refugees”–can discover your “gender dysphoria” or your repressed memories and act like the drama queens you are.

    I just don’t have any interest in supporting all you parasites–like CBF–who make up the Democrat coalition, having you glom onto us productive white guys and the peace and prosperity we create. Folks like me simply object to being slaves–a perfectly rations, and noble reaction.

  162. @Jack D

    No, but I went to a party hosted by 2 19-year-old guys because there was a 14-year-old guy I liked to who used to hang out there. Fortunately for me, my older brother and his friends explained to the 2 19-year-old guys what would happen if they ever tried anything on me (they’d apparently been successful with my friend’s older sister), and I was told to get lost and never come back.

    So she might have been hoping to run into someone else she liked. Or maybe she was interested in Brett, (young photos of him look quite attractive), but imagined some kind of romantic cuddle-session (“I’ve been wanting to get to know you for a while), not him and a friend ganging up on her. That could actually be more traumatic than having a guy you didn’t know act like a jerk, but it still doesn’t explain her present conduct.

    The problem is she is acting like she is still 15.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  163. Anon[323] • Disclaimer says:

    Surreal like Twin Peaks.

  164. @Jack D

    but if you present yourself at a party with boys and booze and no parents then presumably your goal was not to go there to discuss French literature.

    Madame Bovary is the debut novel of French writer Gustave Flaubert, published in 1856. The character lives beyond her means in order to escape the banalities and emptiness of provincial life.

    When the novel was first serialized in La Revue de Paris between 1 October 1856 and 15 December 1856, public prosecutors attacked the novel for obscenity. The resulting trial in January 1857 made the story notorious. After Flaubert’s acquittal on 7 February 1857, Madame Bovary became a bestseller (no doubt due to the desire of the reading bourgeoisie to be épaté and judge for themselves whether the novel was obscene or a mistresspiece. A century later the same process was activated to make Lady Chatterley’s Lover into a best seller.)

    The love affair is ecstatic at first, but Léon grows bored with Emma’s emotional excesses, and Emma grows ambivalent about Léon. Emma indulges her fancy for luxury goods with purchases made on credit from the crafty merchant Lheureux, who arranges for her to obtain power of attorney over Charles’ estate. Emma’s debt steadily mounts.

    When Lheureux calls in Bovary’s retail therapy debt, Emma pleads for money from several people, including Léon and Rodolphe, only to be turned down. In despair, she swallows arsenic and dies an agonizing death.

    From summary of plot of Madame Bovary. Sounds just like the kind of thing young Christine would have been into. Or perhaps she was there to discuss Anna Karenina.

    Fortunately Roman Polanski was not at the party.

    • Replies: @Anon
  165. tyrone says:
    @CCZ

    No no no no that’s not real! there is no turkey on that airplane ‘there’s no such thing as a therapy turkey!

  166. @AnotherDad

    Hope is not a plan.

    The fundamental underlying truth that makes all this possible:

    Kavanaugh is unpopular.

    Principally because he’s a Bushie (please clap), Ken Starr branch, but also because he’s a white knight/choir boy who’s never missed an opportunity to virtue signal in the most abject way possible.

    You’re supposed to give lip service to social justice while doing what you were already going to do. Kavanaugh gets it exactly backwards.

    This would never have happened if Trump were president. The GOPe gets their just desserts for taking what wasn’t theirs to have.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    , @Lot
  167. @Rosamond Vincy

    All this Ford talk is unseemly. Kav doesn’t have the votes, R or D, even in states Trump carried by double digits. Have the vote then nominate someone who does and/or win the senate elections in those states.

    • Replies: @Bubba
  168. Christine Blasey Ford=

    Ails for nerdy bitches

    Risible chat yon Freds

  169. gunner29 says:
    @Anonymous

    Cramped 737′s are one thing

    Fly Southwest, they only fly 37′s, go up to the desk at the gate and ask to be one of the first peeps on the plane. They do that for oldsters, handicap, little kids, and anybody that axes.

    Then you take the window seat in the second row on the left. The first row sits backwards and no one likes to fly that way. So no seat back relined into your face, lots of legroom, you’re the first one off the plane. The can is just 10 feet in front of you.

    It’s the closest to a first class seat as you can get on SWA….

    • Replies: @Anon
  170. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s 2/30 pm Saturday in California If she wants to testify Wednesday she better get started. Guess the Soros operatives haven’t organized the triumphal procession yet.

  171. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says: • Website

  172. pyrrhus says:
    @Anonymous

    (((Rubin))) is confusing Republicans with the NYT, which routinely put Kennedy and Clinton rape victims through hell with ad hominem attacks.

  173. @Bubba

    Ford is following her handler’s advice (Ricki Seidman who also handled Anita Hill)

    Seidman? Ford’s lawyer is named Katz. And the senator who orchestrated all this is Feinstein.

    So it’s the very same group of ChiComs and Muslims that got Alex Jones kicked off the internet!

    • Replies: @Bubba
  174. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    The Madame Bovary obscenity trial was a publicity stunt by Hachette the publisher.

    The way it worked in France there was no censorship. Anything could be published Any member of the public could go to the local prosecutor and complain about a book the person deemed obscene A prosecutor /censor would read it and decide.

    If the prosecutor / censor decided it was obscene the publisher could appeal and there’d be a trial. If the prosecutor/ censor decided the book was okay, the complainer could appeal and there ‘d be a trial.

    Guess who the complainer who insisted on a trial was? A retired Hachette employee. The whole thing was a publicity set up.

    Victor Hugo was also a playwright and did the same thing. He’d pay a reviewer to write the play was obscene and violent. So everyone would go.
    Hugo even paid people to go to the play spill out into the steeet and fight about the play. People he paid were students and waiting at the unemployment office.

    Audiences flocked to his plays.

    Mme Bovary was based on a real suicide of a woman who got the family in so much debt she killed her self

    There was a lot of political preaching in Mme Bovary. Flaubert strongly disapproved of education for middle and working class girls, especially farmers daughters as Emma was.

    Her father sent her to a convent boarding school where she was allowed to read, horrors!!! Romantic novels and fashion magazines. So she was educated above her station how dreadful. She was a deplorable with an education.
    Flaubert felt farmers wives and daughters should barely learn to read and count eggs and spend their lives as farm workers in. Bedraggled work clothes.

    It was the convent education that ruined Emma and led to her overspending.

    Flaubert didn’t like merchants either. There are big sections where the evil merchant tempts her with clothes pretty household things. and credit.

    Flaubert sneers at the husband too. He went to a 2 tier medical school and is just an average Dr.

    Flaubert was a liberal intellectual who looked down on middle class people and small businesses.

    Today he’d be a liberal Democrat sneering at us.

  175. Democrats run the last few years:
    – the thug party
    – the cop killer party
    – the illegal alien criminals party
    – the open borders party
    now
    – the BPD party

  176. @Desiderius

    Kavanaugh is unpopular.

    I don’t care about Kavanaugh.

    The issue here now is pushing back against this female insanity/entitlement, where they act like hysterical girls but expect to be treated and have input like responsible adults.

    The West simply can not survive if we don’t put an end to this.

    Grassley and company need to step up, show some stones, stop enabling female hysteria.

    • Agree: Marat
    • Replies: @Desiderius
    , @ccz
  177. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Ford claims there were only 4 people.

    Kavanaugh another boy Ford and another girl. So it wasn’t really a party. I don’t think Ford said anything about alchocol that’s just assumptions commenters have made based in their own debauched youth or what they’ve read about on the nursing home internet.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  178. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @gunner29

    Thanks for the tip.

  179. Marat says:

    Chrissy has locked herself in her room and won’t let her sister in. After calling her best friend Dianne to throw rocks at the living room window, she cut the cord to her princess phone. Who dreamed a teenager would spark Civil War 2? That’s true Girl Power.

  180. @kihowi

    I assumed the people who were coaching her needed a delay for some reason.

    First Roy Moore, now Kavanaugh. FTR, I tend to believe there was a grain of truth in the first accusation against Moore, but I don’t believe a word this woman is saying. But either way, it doesn’t matter – we have statutes of limitations for a reason, and, (short of murder) no one should pay any attention to any mere accusation about an incident that supposedly took place 35-40 years ago. And this time it’s even more obvious, actually it’s blatantly obvious, that the whole thing’s been orchestrated, with Feinstein sitting on the letter for two months, but leaking it out to make sure someone raised it at the last minute.

    But the Democrats probably know they can’t keep going to this well of decades-old, unproveable allegations of sexual assault, or it will become so obvious that even Chuck Grassley will grow a pair.

    So how long before they start finding a black person to claim that just last year or so the nominee called them the N Word during a road rage incident? That would be much more recent, just as unproveable, and even worse than rape.

  181. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @JerseyJeffersonian

    But in her pilgrimage, Ford is the only one who gets to tell the tales

    3/39 pm Saturday anyone know if she’s started yet?

  182. @AnotherDad

    Obviously.

    But Kavanaugh is the knife he brought to the gun fight. Kavanaugh’s whole
    strategy was to go on ad nauseum about how much he worships women. Now he’s hoisted on his own petard.

    I agree with you. Stop coddling this woman, vote now, let Flake and Corker do their McCain act, then nominate a manly candidate.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
  183. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D

    Latest claim is that it wasn’t a party just 4 people and she’s never mentioned alchocol.

    Prior claim was the party was so
    big uninvited kids from all over crashed it.

    Who knows what the next claim will be?

  184. @Jack D

    Back in the day – – -

    Holton Arms was known locally in the 80s in as “Ho Town” – Girls from Holton Arms tended to hang out at parties with guys from Landon (partially based on proximity in Bethesda, although my impression is that Georgetown Prep is higher in the academic/social food chain than is Holton Arms). Stone Ridge girls (and girls at Visitation) tended to hang out at parties with guys from Georgetown Prep and St. Albans.

  185. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @candid_observer

    Don’t forget restless leg syndrome and extreme startle reflexe. What else?
    Bet she has an emotional support critter.

  186. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Desiderius

    How do you know? I doubt you’ve ever had a 5 minute conversation with a womsn, let alone a relationship.

    That’s the rationalization for B&D. Your comments reveal the type of internet porn you watch in lieu of a relationship with a real women.

    You’re probably so scared of women you search for a male sales clerk to avoid women.

    • Troll: Desiderius
  187. ccz says:
    @AnotherDad

    “stop enabling female hysteria.”

    ApurupA Balasubramanyam tells us:

    Why It’s Sexist to Call a Woman Hysterical

    I’m sure every woman has been called hysterical at least once in her life. The first time I was called hysterical, I was talking to a man about how diversity is important in media. … The man cut me off in the middle of the sentence and said, “Why are you being so emotional? You’re hysterical.” 

    1. It is a way to shut down a woman from making an argument.
    When I was called hysterical, I immediately shut down. I forgot what my argument was, and I began questioning myself instead. Was I looking at this too emotionally? Was I being too “girly”? It only took one word. All he had to do was use one word and I shut down.

    2. Women don’t even have to be “emotional” to be called hysterical, they just have to disagree with a man.
    We all saw this during the presidential debate, people even made memes about it. … Hilary was the calm and composed one between the two, yet was being called too emotional to be fit for president. If a woman shows even a little bit of emotion when she is speaking, it invalidates her entire argument.

    3. Is being emotional even really that bad?
    What is wrong if we are emotional when we present an argument? It just shows that we are passionate; that we care about the conversation. It shows investment and dedication. We’re not making any decisions based on our high emotions (which I personally don’t think is bad, but that’s another article), just presenting them in an emotional manner. Women are supposed to be the more emotional beings, but the second we show those emotions, it is wrong.

    PS: She’s real and she’s diverse!! https://meritpages.com/apurupa

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
  188. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @JimB

    There was one girl in her 20s who stopped for gas, was spotted kidnapped raped killed by an illegal in one of the Dakotas.

  189. 22pp22 says:

    It now transpires that the woman too afraid to fly was researching emigration to NZ to flee her abuser. Without flying? A case of “America not sending its best”. Kindly deal with your own garbage.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  190. Lot says:
    @Desiderius

    Not a fan of Kav’s work for Starr, but he pointedly did not virtue signal in immigration cases the way many otherwise conservative appeals judges did, in particular Hardiman, who appeared to be the runner-up and probable replacement if Kav doesn’t hold onto at least one of Collins, Murkowski, Manchin, and Flake.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  191. El Dato says:
    @J.Ross

    > Complete inability of pseudo-politicial bluecheckmark iNerds to reach basement-tier understanding of how non-autistic interactions are supposed to work as everything has been replaced by “this is not how I want it to be so you are bad!”.

  192. @Desiderius

    Yeah so they can run infinite suicide bomber yearbook/”groping” attacks against that candidate.

    You idiot. This is the game plan from here out.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  193. Coemgen says:
    @Steve Sailer

    I’ve become a much less nervous flier as I’ve grown older. Of course, flying has gotten safer during that time.

    I do get airsick now though. [What an unpleasant experience.] I’d rather be nervous.

  194. El Dato says:
    @Anon

    Well, that’s just your interpretation, InternetAnon

    This is the only thing known to man & mankind:

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/09/16/politics/blasey-ford-kavanaugh-letter-feinstein/index.html

    > The assault occurred in a suburban Maryland area home at a gathering that included me and four others.

    > They locked the door and played loud music precluding any successful attempt to yell for help.

    > Kavanaugh was on top of me while laughing with REDACTED, who periodically jumped onto Kavanaugh. They both laughed as Kavanaugh tried to disrobe me in their highly inebriated state.

    > From across the room a very drunken REDACTED said mixed words to Kavanaugh ranging from “go for it” to “stop.”

    > Both loudly stumbled down the stair well at which point other persons at the house were talking with them.

    > I exited the bathroom, ran outside of the house and went home.

  195. @ccz

    And when women want to shut men down they claim they are angry and feel threatened. Kind of like what Blasey Ford is doing.

  196. Marty T says:
    @Anonymous

    I look forward to seeing Tiger Woods testify in front of the judiciary committee.

  197. @Lot

    Yeah, it’s all about women, which makes his demise an acutely poignant lesson for all those other white knights out there, if they’re paying attention.

  198. Anonymous[402] • Disclaimer says:

    You gotta love these over-the-top dramatic hollywood headlines: Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford moved 3,000 miles to reinvent her life. It wasn’t far enough.

    Ford had already moved 3,000 miles away from the affluent Maryland suburbs where she says Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a house party — a charge he would emphatically deny. Suddenly, living in California didn’t seem far enough. Maybe another hemisphere would be. She went online to research other democracies where her family might settle, including New Zealand.

    “It was a good plan to make for a 15 year old girl. But no-one can escape the wrath of Kavastalin. And now he has smelled her trace. And his henchmen don’t forgive or forget.”

    But there is hope:

    ‘We don’t want 2nd fiddle role’: Russia may drop lunar station project with NASA, mulls own

    • Replies: @Jack D
  199. anon[735] • Disclaimer says:

    FWIW…there is no statute of limitations in Maryland for rape. So…book him or STFU.

  200. scrivener3 says: • Website

    Who accused anyone of rape in this?

  201. Bill says:
    @Anonymous

    Imagine a world in which that woman is paid to write.

  202. Russ says:
    @Anon

    Is there not a single GOP woman in either the House or Senate willing to call bullsh*t on this farce? For the love of Pete!

  203. Russ says:
    @Anon

    Is there not a single GOP woman in either the House or Senate willing to call bullsh*t on this farce? For the love of Pete!

  204. @22pp22

    It now transpires that the woman too afraid to fly was researching emigration to NZ to flee her abuser.

    My uncle emigrated to New Zealand with his whole family by boat.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  205. MEH 0910 says:

    Committee contacts Ford’s friend about party; ‘she has no recollection’ of it, lawyer says
    ……

    CNN has learned that the committee has reached out to a longtime friend of Ford named Leland Ingham Keyser.

    “I understand that you have been identified as an individual who was in attendance at a party that occurred circa 1982 described in a recent Washington Post article,” a committee staffer wrote Keyser earlier this week.

    On Saturday night, her lawyer, Howard Walsh, released a statement to CNN and the Senate Judiciary Committee.

    “Simply put,” Walsh said, “Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with, or without, Dr. Ford.”

    The lawyer acknowledged to CNN that Keyser is a lifelong friend of Ford’s.

    • Replies: @Carbon blob
    , @Jack D
  206. Anonymous[174] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Isn’t that where Cthulu lies dreaming?

  207. @MEH 0910

    I love watching someone getting hanged by their own rope. So long as the committee can get the vote in on time, I hope it continues.

  208. Jack D says:
    @Anonymous

    Maybe Elon Musk would fly this woman to the moon on his rocket? She could put up a GoFundMe for the cost of the ticket. I’d chip in!

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  209. Jack D says:
    @MEH 0910

    Too late – the damage is done.

    From today’s NYT, a gloating headline:

    Kavanaugh Was Supposed to Be a Midterm Boon for G.O.P. Not Anymore.

    Knowing that they didn’t have the votes to block confirmation, digging up this woman was a win/win – even if Kav gets confirmed, he will have a permanent cloud hanging over him, and more importantly, they have taken what would have been a plus for the GOP in November (excite the base with a pro-life justice) into a minus – now it is the pussy hat crowd that is excited instead. Best case, Kav ends up not getting confirmed and many by the time Trump gets his 2nd choice before the Senate he has lost his majority and can never get anyone confirmed. You’ve got to hand it to him, Chucky Schumer is a hell of a political operator.

    Of course having a 5th column of RINOs helps him enormously. More posthumous revenge from “The Maverick”.

    Why are there only Republican Mavericks? Even the most ostensibly conservative Dem observes party discipline and will only vote with the R’s if the vote is already lost and Schumer lets them go so they can help themselves with the home state voters. Otherwise the palest blue Senators vote true blue – they are only conservative on paper when election time come around.

    Reconstructing what happened, Feinstein gets the letter in July but looks into it and sees that the woman is a flake, she says she wants to remain anonymous and there is no corroboration. But Capitol Hill leaking like a sieve, Schumer’s staff gets wind of it. Chucky couldn’t give a damn about Blasey’s privacy – he realizes that the letter is political gold and he is not going to let a crisis go to waste.

  210. @Jack D

    At this point, I see the Democrats’ machinations as far more likely to backfire than succeed.

    Especially given Keyser’s denial of any memory regarding a party at which Kavanaugh was present, I don’t see how anybody not already a leftist partisan will believe Blasey’s account. There are other inconsistencies that are coming to light (read the full thread):

    If Blasey testifies, she’ll have to explain away these problems. I don’t see how it is going to look good on TV.

    At this point, though, and precisely because of these problems, I would guess she won’t actually show up. Spin as she might, that would be a major blow to her credibility.

    I don’t see how the Republican base would be demoralized in the face of this sort of dirty tricks. Instead, I’d expect them to be angry and motivated.

    The pussy hats will be too, of course. (Any woman willing to dress up to look ridiculous for a cause is always going to be motivated to vote.) That’s never been in question.

    But the real question is how about voters in the middle? I’d guess that if they’re in the middle, they are pretty impartial, and fairness will count. They will be very skeptical of Blasey’s story, and will see the whole circus as a political stunt. I don’t see that as a positive for the Dems.

    On balance I’d say the Republicans get a positive out of this electorally. It may not be many votes, but they don’t need many votes.

    Kavanaugh will labor under something of a cloud, of course. But that may be motivating for him, in a way the Dems will hate. I don’t see him hesitating to call out political machinations as they make their appearance in cases before him — which is true of Thomas as well, of course.

    • Replies: @sabril
    , @sabril
  211. @Jack D

    I’d say that by far the most important issue here is: will Kavanaugh now be able to get enough votes for confirmation?

    This comes down to the question: are there enough RINOs and red state Dems who will vote against Kavanaugh to bring him down?

    And in particular we are probably talking about Flake.

    Now Flake is a dangerous fellow. He is not up for re-election, by his own choice, and so now considers himself free to vote on principle.

    Unfortunately, that principle is Spite.

    But I doubt that at this point he will have any cover after the charade finishes to justify voting against Kavanaugh while pretending to be conservative.

    Likewise, the red state Dems will be hard pressed.

    I’d expect Kavanaugh to be confirmed, which is, again and actually, the single most important thing.

  212. @Jack D

    I will kick in a few bucks, but only if it’s a one way ticket.

  213. Also, with the claustrophobia problem, couldn’t Blasey start running across the US like Forrest Gump?

    The Resistance could run with her in a big pack, like the movie.

    She could take hormones and grow a beard, in keeping with the times.

  214. sabril says:
    @candid_observer

    Kavanaugh will labor under something of a cloud, of course. But that may be motivating for him, in a way the Dems will hate. I don’t see him hesitating to call out political machinations as they make their appearance in cases before him — which is true of Thomas as well, of course.

    Yeah, the Democrats might end up finding out that traumatic experieces really do change the way people think.

    Perhaps I’m a dreamer, but if enough male judges see firsthand that women have way too much power in our society, they might help to roll back some of the worst feminist excesses.

  215. sabril says:
    @candid_observer

    At this point, I see the Democrats’ machinations as far more likely to backfire than succeed.

    Unfortunately I disagree. Just like the accusations themselves there will be very little cost or consequence to the Dems misbehaviour. Instead, they will be memory-holed like almost every public accusation of sexual assault that turns out to be false.

    I’m not a Mens Rights Activist, but if I were, that’s the weak point in the rape-accusation-industrial-complex I would attack.

  216. @Jack D

    The biggest difference between Clarence Thomas’ nomination and Bret Kavanaugh’s is the advent of the internet. It has made it much harder for the MSM to control the narrative and allowed people to fight back against smears.

    The Blasey Ford accusations are particularly vulnerable and could very easily fall to pieces over the next four days before her interview. Crowd sourcing allows for old boy fiends, ex-husbands, political opponents, and people looking for revenge to come out of the woodwork. In the past this all could be controlled but now they have to hope everything goes perfectly. And who knows what they will turn up on social media and the internet about her? These next four days might be very interesting and this could turn into a rout in favor of the Republicans.

  217. MEH 0910 says:
    @Jack D

    And now this:

  218. @MEH 0910

    Oh, don’t forget about the gang rapes! There was a whole bunch of them!

    …[Avenatti] told [the chief counsel for nominations for the Senate Judiciary Committee] that he is “aware of significant evidence of multiple house parties in the Washington, D.C. area during the early 1980s, during which Brett Kavanagh, Mark Judge and others would participate in the targeting of women with alcohol/drugs to allow a ‘train’ of men to subsequently gang rape them.”

    https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/408028-avenatti-calls-for-hearings-to-address-new-allegations-of

    Would Avenatti lie to you?

  219. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910

    And this:

    • Replies: @Jack D
  220. Another reason why you read the NYT from the bottom up:

  221. Jack D says:
    @MEH 0910

    All of this stems from the Republicans having a weak majority – the Dems know that they don’t have to turn the whole country against K, just 1 or 2 weak minded GOP Senators. This is never going to stop now until they have a vote. Otherwise spurious charges are going to emerge ad infinitum. More posthumous revenge by McCain.

    Of course the Dems would like for there to be a vote and for Kav to be voted down so that Trump is back to square 1 and next time picks some Souter type “centrist” who the Dems will not slander. All they need to do is pick a (female) Souter and no women will come forth accusing him of rape. For anyone as far right as Kav, the circus will begin all over again.

    • Replies: @Johann Ricke
  222. @Jus' Sayin'...

    The real wake up call should be for Cuckservatives who think that having gone to Catholic School and having one wife, daughters, and no affairs is cover from feminist targeting for sexual harassment / male sexual shaming. No one is safe, not that they ever were.

    Chad in Chief Trump knows this but he was the CEO of a large company and had a television show so he was an employer of a large company as well as being in the market which made him a bulls eye target. He or his executives have probably been falsely accused many times and used NDA to get rid of the nuisance claims in spite of his protests to the contrary of not being a “settler”.

    Another thing not mentioned, is that by all accounts Kavanaugh is a competent judge. He should have known better that false accusations occur because it is rampant in the family court system. Granted, he is in another area of law, but if he did not know, perhaps he is not so good.

    We should thank Blasey Ford for educating us. Once the internet community dissects this and spits it out even the most blue-pilled fool will begin to get it.

  223. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910

  224. @Jack D

    Of course the Dems would like for there to be a vote and for Kav to be voted down so that Trump is back to square 1 and next time picks some Souter type “centrist” who the Dems will not slander. All they need to do is pick a (female) Souter and no women will come forth accusing him of rape. For anyone as far right as Kav, the circus will begin all over again.

    You really think the Democrats could do this against Amy Barrett? Or (what appears to be uber-nerd) Amul Thapar? Mitch McConnell recommended Thapar probably because his Asian heritage confers a limited amount of protection against anything too crazy. On a high-profile appointment like this, potentially the first Asian on the Supreme Court, a full-court press by the Democrats against Thapar could push Asians away from the Democrats, just in time for the midterms.

  225. Rob McX says:
    @MEH 0910

    I’m sure she remembers it well, as it’s probably the last time anyone made sexual advances towards her.

  226. @Jack Hanson

    They tried that on Trump, and it did them no good. The only reason it’s working on Kavanaugh is because he’s a people-pleasing, woman-worshipping wuss.

    The message from women: we want manliness.

  227. Bubba says:
    @Desiderius

    Thank God Kavanaugh won! It was very close, but the Democrats would have voted that way against any Republican nominee.

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