Christine Blasey Ford at a Science march against Trump in 2017.
Liberal hack Representative Anna Eshoo, (D-CA) spoke with Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford recently. Eschoo told reporters she believes Ford and that Christine Ford “does not have a political bone in her body.”
The California lawmaker who first heard Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh said Wednesday that she became convinced of Ford’s credibility during a lengthy in-person meeting in July and that Ford seemed “terrified” that she might be exposed as an accuser.
Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., met July 20 for roughly 90 minutes with Ford, who lives in her Bay Area district and is a professor of psychology at Palo Alto University, after Ford contacted Eshoo’s office about Kavanaugh.
“It was more than obvious to me that she bore the scars of what she had been subjected to,” Eshoo said in an interview with The Washington Post on Wednesday. “She doesn’t have a political bone in her body. And she obviously was really terrified about what could become of her and her family.”
In April 2017 far left activist Christine Ford was interviewed at the anti-Trump Science March in Los Angeles.
Ford was spotted in a pink “brain hat” influenced by the pink pussy hats at the Women’s March after the Trump inauguration.
The Daily Caller News Foundation reported:
“It’s a science party!” Ford told The Mercury News at the time of the event.
The March for Science is promoted as a movement to “make sure science stays a part of the political conversation.” While the march does not explicitly refer to itself as anti-Trump, the march was organized by scientists as a reaction to President Donald Trump’s presidency, specifically his stance on climate change and the Environmental Protection Agency.
“Getting introverted people to the march — that’s huge,” Ford said.
Christine Ford can be seen chanting, “Science not Silence!” in the video.