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I don’t know what they’ve put in the DC water supply – or maybe it’s the result of having a leader like President Trump who shrugs off the 24/7 media pummeling and punches back twice as hard (you know, like Obama suggested people do, but liberals hate it when it's done to them) – but Senate Republicans seem to have remembered that they are Republicans and that liberals are going to call them names no matter what they do, so they might as well do what their voters sent them there to do and to heck with the cable news nattering nabobs and Internet keyboard “warriors.”
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This could be a potential real "bombshell" story for a change: Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s former boyfriend of seven years has written a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, contradicting several things she said under oath, and Chairman Grassley is demanding an explanation. The man, who asked that his name not be released (and good luck with that) claims that Ford never mentioned Kavanaugh or being assaulted to him; that she flew with him, including on a prop plane tour of Hawaii, without ever mentioning a fear of flying; that he found her a place to live that was 500 square feet with only one door, and she never mentioned a fear of small spaces or a need to have two doors; and most damaging of all, that he watched her coaching a friend on how to take a polygraph for a government job, despite claiming ignorance of how polygraphs works and denying she’d ever given anyone tips or advice on how to take a polygraph. 


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Many wondered why prosecutor Rachel Mitchell asked that last question of her.  Now, there’s speculation that maybe she knew of this letter in advance.  If so, then Republicans who thought she was asking pointless questions might owe her a big apology.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/christine-blasey-ford-ex-boyfriend-says-she-helped-friend-prep-for-potential-polygraph-grassley-sounds-alarm

 

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