Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa tried to arrange phone calls between Ford and committee staff members over the last few days.
Although Conway feels that Ford should be heard, she also said that the testimony should not hamper the confirmation hearing schedule, which lawmakers intend to have finished by Thursday.
As reported by the leftist “newspaper” Washington Post, Christine Blassey Ford alleged that Kavanaugh assaulted her more than three decades ago when the two met at a “gathering of teenagers at a house in Montgomery County[MD]”. Ford claimed that Kavanaugh was drunk and attempted to rape her, with his friend standing by.
Last week the Supreme Court nominee stated “I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”
Many on the right see this as a nothing more than a desperate, far-reaching attack leveled against an otherwise Constitutional judge. The extreme left of the Democrat party has made a spectacle of the hearing to confirm one of the nation’s highest posts.
Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Kamala Harris (D-CA) both called attention to themselves by asking arbitrary grand-standing questions while Democrat Senators allowed extremist protesters to interrupt the proceedings. The Ford allegations simply add to circus-like environment that this confirmation has become.
Christine Blassey Ford is a far-left psychology professor at Palo-Alto University in California. She participated in protests opposing President Trump, including the most recent against his proposed budget cuts to science and research programs.
When Ford’s allegations surfaced, 65 women from Kavanaugh’s past signed a letter addressed to Chairman Grassley, attesting to the nominee’s character. The women, of all political persuasions and backgrounds, asserted in the letter that Kavanaugh has “always treated women with decency and respect.”