Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser was hiding this dark secret from her past

Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings were turned upside down by hoax allegations of sexual assault.

The charges almost prevented him from becoming a Supreme Court Justice.

Now one new book revealed Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser was hiding this dark secret from her past.

Christine Blasey Ford presented herself as the picture of innocence during her congressional testimony where she presented her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.

Blasey Ford claimed she attended a high school party with Kavanaugh where Kavanaugh and a friend drunkenly sexually assaulted her.

But in an explosive new book, some of Blasey Ford’s friends from high school came forward to poke even more holes in her story.

They noted she was known for allegedly drinking heavily in high school and being aggressive around boys.

They also told the authors that if she was the victim of a sexual assault, it most likely took place years earlier.

The Daily Caller reports:

In “Justice on Trial” authors Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino say unnamed peers accused Ford of drinking to excess and accosting boys with some regularity as a student at the Holton-Arms School, a contrast with press accounts that cast her as innocent and naive during that period. Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her during a 1982 house party in suburban Maryland when they were high school students.

“Female classmates and friends at area schools recalled a heavy drinker who was much more aggressive with boys than they were,” Hemingway and Severino write of Ford. “‘If she only had one beer’ on the night of the alleged assault, a high school friend said, ‘then it must have been early in the evening.’ Her contemporaries all reported the same nickname for Ford, a riff on her maiden name and a sexual act.”

“They also debated whether her behavior in high school could be attributed to the trauma of a sexual assault,” the authors added. “If it could, one of them said, then the assault must have happened in seventh grade.”

Blasey Ford’s implausible and unbelievable story quickly collapsed under the slightest bit of scrutiny.

But the media treated her testimony as a statement of fact when it was clear to anyone paying even a bit of attention that there was no evidence to corroborate her story.

And because of “Justice on Trial,” Americans will have a greater window into Blasey Ford’s past and can further evaluate her claims.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing
story.