Arrest Christine Blasey Ford For Perjury
October 06, 2018, 09:47 PM
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Christine Blasey Ford is a liar and perjurer. Christine Blasey Ford is a serial liar. Christine Blasey Ford has spent a life deceiving others. Start with her sad relationship with her husband.

Ford legally adopted her husband’s last name upon marriage, but in a telling psychological reaction to marriage, refused to use her married name in her professional life. That is enough for anyone to show her commitment to her marriage vows is decidedly tentative and noncommittal. Ford has also illegally referred to herself as a psychologist, which she is not. [PSYCH OUT! Is Christine Ford a Psychologist? — There Are NO RECORDS to Prove This in State of California Database, by Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit, September 29, 2018] Under California law, she cannot refer to herself as any type of psychologist, other than a professor of psychology. Ford also famously claimed through her attorneys that her morbid fear of flying kept her from appearing before the Judiciary Committee to testify. That was a lie, as was her statement that she never assisted anyone in preparing for a polygraph exam. Ford also cheated on at least one of her boyfriends, as well as committed credit card fraud. Ford also lied about installing a second front door because of the induced trauma of being assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh that surfaced in 2012.  That also was a lie. The second front door was installed sometime soon after 2008, and was for her colleagues in a counseling business and an illegal in-law apartment. Christine Blasey Ford is a pathological liar.

Ford testified to all of the above before the Senate Judiciary Committee and submitted written statements to the above through her attorneys. All are violations of Title 18 United States Code (USC) Section 1001, False Statements, and 18 USC Section 1621, Perjury. Both statutes require the false statement to be material to whatever matter is at hand in the statement given. For example, if you are giving a statement to Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents or to a Committee of Congress regarding a sexual assault and you state that the sky is green and not blue, that, while false, is not a false statement, since whether the sky is blue or green is not material to the matter at hand. It does reflect on the person giving the statement, both relating to delusional beliefs and intellectual ability, as well as the truthfulness of other statements, as Senator Richard Blumenthal so cogently pointed out falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus. She, at least has no credibility.

However, the most material statement by Ford, both in a written statement through her attorneys and in testimony, was that Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge physically attacked her and Kavanaugh attempted to rape and kill her. That is the material statement. And that statement is demonstrably false. Ford, clearly in an effort to boost the apparent truthfulness of her claim by naming names other than Kavanaugh. That was a major blunder and typical of pathological liars. Such liars just make things up. Ford also stated that at least two other named people were at the crime scene at the time of the crime, one other friend of Kavanaugh and a friend of hers, Patrick “PJ” Smyth, and her lifelong friend Leland Keyser, respectively.

Subsequently, Judge, Smyth, and Keyser have stated through their attorneys that the incident did not happen and none were at any gathering together. Basically, they said Ford was making it up. That is what is called in the Federal law enforcement business a material false statement. Ford can and should be criminally prosecuted for that perjury and false statement. I would contend that all the other lies she told were also material, because those statements were presented as evidentiary to her fundamental claim of being assaulted.

That could be argued for years by attorneys fighting over materiality, however, an aggressive Attorney General, I’m looking at you, Jeff Sessions, could present a case where each lie is charged as a separate offense, commonly called “stacking charges,” or as one aggressive Assistant United States Attorney termed it, making the defendant eat a sh*t sandwich. Of course, the stacked charges are designed to obtain a plea to the charges that are more material, in this case Ford’s demonstrably false statement she was assaulted by Kavanaugh and Judge.

Some would argue that such a prosecution cannot be made only on testimonial evidence. That is not correct, testimony alone has convicted many a man and woman. But the best part of Ford being a pathological liar is that she would be unable to take the stand to give her side of the story, at least no defense attorney worth his salt would allow that, given Senator Blumenthal’s legal research. Her defense could only be attacking the credibility of those testifying against her. Stack the charges, limit her defense, chose a good jury; this case calls out for early plea deal, which given that Ford has announced she will not pursue the case makes one think she is having second thoughts, or just wants to run away with her cool $1 million in GoFundMe bribes. If I were Mr. Ford, I would hire a very good divorce attorney. This also brings up possible witness tampering charges. It is illegal to pay someone who is a witness. GoFunding a witness is a crime, a violation of Title 18 USC 1512, Witness Tampering. The only issue is whether Jeff Sessions has the courage to do the right thing.