Christine Ford’s Ex-Boyfriend Says Her Testimony Was Full of Lies

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Christine Ford's ex-boyfriend has stepped up to the plate and provided a sworn statement refuting many of the claims made in her testimony.

Christine Blasey Ford’s longterm ex-boyfriend has stepped up to the plate and provided a sworn statement refuting many of the claims made by Prof. Ford in her testimony, as well as claiming she has no fear of flying, never mentioned any type of sexual assault, never mentioned Brett Kavanaugh, as well as stating that she does not suffer from claustrophobia. 

Following the sworn statement by Ford’s ex-boyfriend, who was in a relationship with her for six years, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) fired off an intriguing letter to Christine Blasey Ford’s attorneys on Tuesday, requesting several pieces of evidence related to her testimony – including all materials from the polygraph test.

Grassley writes: “The full details of Dr. Ford’s polygraph are particularly important because the Senate Judiciary Committee has received a sworn statement from a longtime boyfriend of Dr. Ford’s, stating that he personally witnessed Dr. Ford coaching a friend on polygraph examinations. When asked under oath in the hearing whether she’d ever given any tips or advice to someone who was planning on taking a polygraph, Dr. Ford replied, “Never.” This statement raises specific concerns about the reliability of her polygraph examination results.

Zero Hedge reports: Ford’s ex-boyfriend also claims that she never told him about any type of sexual assault in almost a decade of knowing her (of which they were romantically involved for six years).

During our time dating, Dr. Ford never brought up anything regarding her experience as a victim of sexual assault, harassment, or misconduct. Dr. Ford never mentioned Brett Kavanaugh,” the ex writes, adding “While visiting Ford in Hawaii, we traveled around the Hawaiian islands including one time on a propeller plane. Dr. Ford never indicated a fear of flying.”

Ford’s ex goes on to note “Dr. Ford never expressed a fear of closed quarters, tight spaces, or places with only one exit,” further refuting her testimony. “She ended up living in a very small 500 sq. ft. house with one door.”

The “second door” story has separately come under scrutiny in recent days, as some have suggested the second door she installed due to “clausterphobia” as well as “anxiety, phobia and PTSD-like symptoms.

That said – RealClearPolitics’ Thomas Lipscomb notes that the door may have actually been installed to accomodate a renter at her house. 

since 1993, and  through some listings even today, there was another tenant at what is now the Ford property. It is listed as this person’s residence from 1993 to July 2007, a week or so after she sold the house to the Fords.

Her name is Dr. Sylvia Randall, and she listed this address for her California licensed practice of psychotherapy, including couples psychotherapy, until her move to Oregon in 2007.  

Currently she only practices in that state, where she also pursues her new career as a talented artist as well.  

But many existing directories still have Dr. Randall’s address listed at what is now the Ford residence.

Randall was evasive when Lipscomb called her – refusing to answer whether she sold the house to the Fords or was a therapist to the Fords. Perhaps the FBI needs to interview Randall before they conclude their speedy investigation.

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry is a writer at The People's Voice. He covers politics, business and entertainment. Speaking truth to power since he learned to talk, Baxter has travelled in over 80 countries and won arguments in every single one. Live without fear.
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  1. In 2010, a group of Russian spies who operated in USA, among whom the famous Anna Chapman, were arrested by FBI.
    A Russian colonel was arrested by Russian counterintelligence agency for being a traitor: it was him who sold his colleagues to FBI.
    Surprisingly, this colonel had previously succeed many times in passing the polygraph test.
    The Russians discovered that this colonel used to hang out, as a patient, a marriage counselor, named Dr. Randall, the same Dr. Randall and at the same address mentioned in this article.
    And what else did the SVR discover?
    That Dr. Ford, for the Stanford University, wrote a study titled “Meditation With Yoga, Group Therapy With Hypnosis, and Psychoeducation for Long-Term Repressed Mood: A Randomized Pilot Trial”, in which she analyzes the procedures of hypnosis, or auto-hypnosis, thanks to which it would be possible to create false memories in order to pass the polygraph test without raising doubts.
    If you do 2+2…

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