Many people felt like Christine Ford’s testimony before the Senate was credible. That’s a little strange when you consider the many inconsistencies in her story. It’s also a little interesting that we would use the word “credible” about a person who couldn’t remember what year the alleged event took place, couldn’t remember the house, couldn’t remember how she got home and couldn’t remember other details.
Now, people are noticing what was missing from Ford’s husband’s sworn affidavit.
The 2nd door that Ford allegedly installed in her house because she was so traumatized by being attacked by Kavanaugh.
From Gateway Pundit:
What is interesting is what Russell Ford did not include in his testimony under penalty of perjury.
Russell does not include the story about the two front doors.
Dr. Christina Ford testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee that she began having memories related to being abused years ago when she and her husband put a second front door on their home.
That’s a little weird? That’s a huge thing to leave out.
We already know that her “second door” story already had a hole in it.
From Real Clear Politics:
Ford testified last week that she had never revealed the details of the alleged attack until 2012, when she was in couples therapy with her husband. She said the memories percolated up as they revisited a disagreement they’d had over her insistence on installing a “second front door” when they had remodeled their Palo Alto, Calif., home.
Ford never specified when the renovation took place, leaving a possible impression that it and the therapy session happened around the same time.
But documents reveal the door was installed years before as part of an addition, and has been used by renters and even a marriage counseling business.
“The door was not an escape route but an entrance route,” said an attorney familiar with the ongoing congressional investigation. “It appears the real plan for the second front door was to rent out a separate room.”
The discrepancy raises fresh doubts about Ford’s candor and credibility amid other inconsistencies, congressional and other knowledgeable sources say, including her purported “fear of flying.” Ford initially refused to submit to an interview with the committee because of an alleged airplane phobia, but investigators established that she had taken a number of flights back East this summer, and had previously flown to Hawaii, Costa Rica, French Polynesia and other South Pacific islands.
Shaky story. No question about it.