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According to Christine Blasey-Ford’s testimony in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee she did not tell her husband about Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged attempted sexual assault until a home renovation project inspired her. Here’s what the headlines have looked like:
And here’s what she said about it in her testimony:
Over the years, I told very, very few friends that I had this traumatic experience. I told my husband before we were married that I had experienced a sexual assault. I had never told the details to anyone, the specific details, until May 2012 during a Couple’s Counseling session. The reason this came up in counseling is that my husband and I had completed a very extensive, very long remodel of our home, and I insisted on a second front door, an idea that he and others disagreed with and could not understand. In explaining why I wanted a second front door, I began to describe the assault in detail. I recall saying that the boy who assaulted me could someday be on the U.S. Supreme Court and spoke a bit about his background at an elitist all-boys school in Bethesda, Maryland. My husband recalls that I named my attacker as Brett Kavanaugh.
So right there she says that she first told her husband about the incident to her husband during counseling in 2012. She doesn’t say why she was in counseling with her husband, but she says that she was inspired to tell him because he couldn’t figure out why she wanted a second front door in their house. She doesn’t say the exact date of the renovation, but it seems like she is implying that it happened shortly before counseling, since it was fresh on her mind.
She told Dianne Feinstein that the second front door was specifically added because of anxiety, PTSD, and claustrophobia from the alleged incident with Kavanaugh:
Ford described the lingering effects of the alleged attack as Sen. Dianne Feinstein questioned her. “Anxiety, phobia and PTSD-like symptoms are the types of things that I’ve been coping with,” Ford said. “More specially, claustrophobia, panic and that type of thing.”
“Is that the reason for the second front door? Claustrophobia?” Feinstein asked.
“Correct,” Ford replied.
Adding that the house now has a second front door, Ford noted, “Our house does not look aesthetically pleasing from the curb.”
But here’s the problem – Palo Alto permit records show that the renovation occurred in 2008, not 2012, and the door was added to her bedroom:
A building permit from the city of Palo Alto shows that Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford did, in fact, install a backdoor on her master bedroom — supporting a friend’s public assertion that she feels trapped without an exit route. Ford’s friend Jim Gensheimer, of Saratoga, told the Wall Street Journal last week that Ford needed more than one exit door in her bedroom to feel safe. Permits from 2008 show that Ford and her husband renovated their Eichler-style house in south Palo Alto’s Greenmeadow neighborhood to include an exit door in the master bedroom.
That would make a lot more sense wouldn’t it? Why would you add a second front door if you were claustrophobic? Are you afraid there would be a long line at door number one?
But listen to the next thing she said about that second front door:
“Now it’s a place to host Google interns. Because we live near Google, so we get to have other students live there.”
How did we not pick up on this? If she did indeed get a second front door added it wasn’t because she was claustrophobic, it’s because she’s renting out space in her house for Google employees. She needs a second front door so that they can have their own separate entrance to the house. That whole thing was a lie. If you’re willing to lie about that, then what else are you willing to lie about?
According to the building permit, the Fords removed a home office attached to the garage, expanded the garage and added a master bedroom onto the front, with its own front door. The new bedroom’s front door opens onto the street, perpendicular to an adjacent front door on the great room.
This is what her renovated house, which is valued at $3.3 million, looks like:
Here it is a couple months before they tore up the lawn and paved over the driveway:
The red door in the back is the new front door. It leads you into the new 753 square foot edition that rises above the rest of the house. You can see that addition is not here in a 2007 photograph of the house:
Notice they added the green front door to the left hand side of the house as part of the 2008 renovation:
Now it’s almost like a duplex.
That is likely where the Google interns live. It’s hard to tell from the floor plan if the people renting there can access the rest of the house, which is all on the left. But it begs the question, why would a woman who clearly has had traumatic experiences around strange young men allow a bunch of strange young men to live in her house?
Does this prove that Judge Kavanaugh did not attempt to sexually assault her? No. But it does prove that she is willing to lie under oath about what inspired her to tell her husband that Judge Kavanaugh assaulted her during that therapy session in 2012. It also calls into doubt whether or not she’s really claustrophobic or has PTSD from the incident. After all, this is the same woman who claimed that these conditions kept her from flying to Washington DC for the hearing, yet she flies all the time.
Sorry, I’m not willing to allow the business of the United States of America to be held up by a mentally unstable woman who has been caught in several obvious lies, and has no problem doing so under oath in front of the Senate with the whole world watching. You can #BelieveWomen all you want. I believe facts. And the fact of the matter is that she didn’t add a new front door because she’s claustrophobic. She did so because she was renting it out to help pay the mortgage on her $3 million house.
I sincerely hope the FBI is investigating all of this, and isn’t only looking at how much booze Kavanaugh drank in college. Go through her bank records, I bet she’s made a lot of money off of renting the in-laws apartment that necessitated the new front door.
P.S. Who the hell can afford to live in this part of the country? This house is shit. It would cost $300,000 if it was in Worcester. And Massachusetts is more expensive than most of the country. $3 million for the Brady Bunch house? Pass.