Sunday, September 23, 2018

Four Strikes And Yer Out!

"(TWADDLE) Attorney for Leland Keyser, lifelong friend of Ford, who Dr. Ford says was at the party where the alleged incident with Kavanaugh occurred says “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.”
"Crissy, you loon, what party?? There was never any such party. Take your meds, girlfriend, you're losing your freaking mind again." 

Two to one Ford never testifies.



SiGraybeard said...

Lying to the Senate is perjury. What happens if she does her best Emily Littela and says, "never mind"? Do they offer her a way out or is it too late for that?

Anonymous said...

Lying to Congress is a thing only when THEY CHARGE THE OFFENDING PARTY!

Charles Laughton was one of the finest actors I have had the pleasure to have watched.

Aesop said...

^^That's why I think she never shows.
They've achieved Maximum Monkeywrench; everything more tilts toward prison for her.
Which will be tried by 12 jurors, not 12 senators.
As it is, she claims a mental relapse, death threats, voices in her head from the PTSD, whatever, and nails herself to a martyr's cross without reality laying a glove on her.


Badger said...

Yup. Maximum Monkeywrench in the confirmation process (before next SCOTUS seating). Mission Accomplished. And the bio-pic won't be titled "Fast Times at Holton High."

Let's see DiFi have a nice CSPAN session with an ethics committee (yes, I understand the difficulty of the word 'ethics' used in that context). Maybe the Holton party animal could be a witness.

Anonymous said...

Well, that's probably why they'll probably have another "victim" with yet another unprovable story waiting in the wings, in case their Ford craps out. And sure enough, Drudge is currently teasing another story soon to appear in the New Yorker featuring Kavanaugh, some NeverTrumper bimbette and a sex toy, or some such.

Yep, this whole thing is just about as scripted and "real" as WWE, amiright?

--Wes S.