Shocking Truth on Kavanaugh’s Accuser: Christine Blasey Ford's High School Yearbooks
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Shocking Truth on Kavanaugh’s Accuser: Christine Blasey Ford's High School Yearbooks


Those accusing Kavanaugh went through his dirty laundry in order to accuse him of heavy drinking and call him “a hard-drinking party animal in high school.” “A little Princess Diana” and a lover of a “good science party” – this is how they called her, Kavanaugh’s accuser, unnecessarily pointing out she regularly goes surfing as if it adds weight to her last minute accusation. Not only did the senators appear to be skeptical about Blasey’s allegations, so did some bloggers who were resourceful enough to take a guess that those who form the group of the current resistance to Kavanaugh’s moving up the ladder will never let any ‘inappropriate’ facts from Ford’s biography come out in the media. Now, having copied some of her high school yearbook pages, we are given much food for thought.

Christine Blasey Ford has not only deleted her social network profiles but also made sure no one would be able to see her high school yearbooks. On September 17th, they suddenly disappeared from the web. Even the Holton-Arms School – the one Christine studied at – scrubbed the internet of its yearbooks just after expressing its pride at Ford’s “using her voice.”


The blogger, whose decision to copy incriminating files was very timely, writes about it: “Why did I know they would be scrubbed? Because if roles were reversed, and Christine Blasey Ford had been nominated for the Supreme Court by President Trump, the headline by the resistance would be this: 


And it would be an accurate headline. That’s why the yearbooks have been scrubbed.” 

Although the faces and names in the photos are blacked out to protect the guilty, the whole picture remains as it is. Holton-Arms School described by the media as the very essence of high school purity appears to be a kind of a sick place flourishing with binge drinking, racism and sexual promiscuity: Let’s take a look.

1. Binge Drinking

Pay attention to the subject for the photo in the upper right corner: “Come on, you’re really too young to drink.”/

Apparently, 1982 was a particularly wild year because there were published multiple pictures of minors drinking heavily, beer cans stacked up, liquor repeatedly glorified, “boys, beer and “the ‘Zoo’ atmosphere.” Now it appears that teenagers are prone to have parties, gather big companies and drink while there are no parents watching. What a mess!

The above picture shows the Halloween party would have taken place within sixteen weeks of the alleged assault, which Ford alleges happened in the Summer of 1982, after her sophomore year. 

Meanwhile, a man named Patrick J. Smyth, a former high school classmate of Kavanaugh’s who had been cited by Ford as having been at the party where she was allegedly attacked doesn’t even remember the event.

“I understand that I have been identified by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford as the person she remembers as ‘PJ’ who supposedly was present at the party she described in her statements to the Washington Post,” Smyth wrote in a letter to the Senate committee. “I am issuing this statement today to make it clear to all involved that I have no knowledge of the party in question; nor do I have any knowledge of the allegations of improper conduct she has leveled against Brett Kavanaugh.”

2. Racism

The piece refers to Blasey’s senior year edition, 1984/

“At Cheryl’s multi-class party…[Redacted name] came as an uncanny Buckwheat, although she washed the makeup and afro off before the guys showed up.”

Looking at the expanded version of the same page we can see a black girl with an afro at the top of it. This is one of the very few images found in those yearbooks featuring an African-American. It does not seem like a coincidence, but rather an example of the culture of Holton, a prestigious girls academy, attended by mostly white rich girls.

“We were confronted by…a pair of veiled terrorists, [two redacted names], were the guns real or did you just want to get served first?”

Now scan the capture down the left side. The two Holton girls are pictured in makeshift burqas, holding automatic pistols. Regarding the picture, new questions arise: why did the faculty approve of these yearbooks? why did the parents take out paid ads in these yearbooks?

3. Sexual promiscuity

“Beach week culminated the year for those of us lucky enough to go. With school and our minds in temporary recess, we were able to release all those troubling inhibitions of the past year. While dancing in the middle of coastal Highway, Ann [redacted last name] and friends picked up some men who passed out in their apartment…”

In light of recent events (Christine Ford refused to testify on Monday’s hearing) something seems wrong about the whole story. One of Ford’s lawyers, Lisa Banks, explains, “Rushing forward into a hearing when she’s under this much pressure isn’t the way to do it.” In the meantime, Kavanaugh appeared extraordinarily confident.

“As it all unfolded, the striking thing from the Kavanaugh side of the conflict was a sense of solid and increasing confidence,” reports The Washington Examiner. “I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time,” the nominee said when Ford’s accusation was first raised anonymously.

Incidentally, on Tuesday, a woman claimed on social media that she had heard about an alleged sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh, now a Supreme Court nominee, when they were teens in the 1980s.



She has deleted her posts, but a tweet can still be viewed via the Google cache. Lies again? No one knows. But Blasey told the Post that she hadn’t told anyone about the incident, which she said occurred during a summer party, until 2012…

It’s up to everyone which side to back and whether to sign the card that says ‘Thank you Christine Blasey Ford’ to show your support or not, but try to remember that a common sense is better to win.​​​​​​​

Author: USA Really