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Reports Kavanaugh’s mother presided over foreclosure of accuser’s parents still not confirmed by MSM

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With Democrats having produced a victim in the eleventh hour of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the US Supreme Court to sully his impeccable reputation with claims of inappropriate behavior, there’s a troubling link being reported involving the woman behind the allegation.

Christine Blasey Ford has stepped forward some four decades later to accuse Judge Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were in high school, but Fox News Channel’s Laura Ingraham tweeted a link to an article that says Ford’s parents were defendants in a foreclosure case that Kavanaugh’s mother presided over.

Ingraham tweeted: “Accuser Christine Ford’s PARENTS Were Defendants in a 1996 Foreclosure Case, Presided Over by Kavanaugh’s Mother.”

https://twitter.com/IngrahamAngle/status/1041686910828257280

If the assertion is true, and Paula K Blasey and Ralph G Blasey areFord’s parents, this provides a motive beyond partisan politics.

The article chronicles the research of America First Media’s Larry Beech, and included screen shots of the court docket.

More from America First Media:

“Parents Paula K Blasey and Ralph G Blasey were the Defendants in a foreclosure case in Maryland in 1996. Guess who the Judge was America? None other than Brett Kavanaugh’s mother, Martha G Kavanaugh.”

 

Beech tweeted Sunday that “there is a lot more going on behind the scenes regarding connections between the [B]laseys and Kavanaugh than has been yet revealed.”

Heavy.com reported that Montgomery County court records show that Judge Martha Kavanaugh did preside over hearings involving a foreclosure action against Ralph G. Blasey of Potomac Maryland and Paula Blasey.

If this is accurate reporting, Kavanaugh’s mother ruling against Ford’s parents doesn’t prove she’s lying about her accusations, but it offers a possible reason to embellish her story so long after the “fact,” Powerline’s Paul Mirengoff noted .

(Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Judge Kavanaugh has responded to the “completely false allegation” to insist that it’s not true.

“I have never done anything like what the accuser describes — to her or to anyone,” he said in a statement.

Ford surfacing right before the Senate was to vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation is quite the coincidence.

Political commentator Kurt Schlichter shared his skepticism of the accusation, given the possible connection between Ford’s parents and Kavanaugh’s mother, which he said in a tweet he confirmed.

Schlichter also took care to credit Beech as he noted: “If those are her parents, it’s a pretty unusual coincidence.”

As a social media user noted in his reply to Schlichter: “The plot thickens.”

Another chimed in with an even more telling observation:

Tom Tillison

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