A new book and some bad reporting by the New York Times have brought the whole Brett Kavanaugh debacle back in the spotlight. The left will never let it go and will certainly launch an investigation into Kavanaugh should they take control of all three levels of government in 2020.
The problem is that they are building a house of cards and we are literally watching it tumble down in front of us to the left’s humiliation.
Adding to their misery – a new story appeared that shatters the original Kavanaugh’s accuser’s story. According to Leland Keyser’s son – she was the key witness who Chrissy Ford said was at the party in question but she stood tall and said she did not remember it which ended the Kavanaugh witch hunt.
Now she claims that she was pressured to lie by the goons on the left and thankfully refused, good for her because if she had lied Kavanaugh may not be a Supreme Court judge.
“Buried at the end of their new book ‘The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation,’ reporters Robin Pogebrin and Kate Kelly quietly admit that Christine Blasey Ford’s lifelong friend Leland Keyser did not believe her friend’s tale of a sexual assault at a party they both supposedly attended,” Hemingway reported.
The Daily Wire reported that according to Alex Beckel, the son of Mrs. Keyser and her ex-husband, former Fox News personality and ardent Democrat Bob Beckel, Keyser was pressured by Blasey Ford allies to lie during the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings about the incident.
“Nearly a year after Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, most have moved on. But for one of the key players in that fight, Leland Keyser, the struggle continues,” a GoFundMe account set up for Mrs. Keyser by her son said.
“Despite her lifelong friendship with Christine Blasey Ford and her opposition to Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, Keyser resisted immense personal pressure and courageously came forward with the truth, putting everything in her life at risk,” the GoFundMe post continues. “As a result, she faces great personal hardship. The harsh glare of the public eye has taken a tremendous physical, emotional, and financial toll on her.”
“Leland stood up and did what was right when she had everything to lose and nothing to gain,” the post added.
The account also added a quote from Hemingway and Carrie Severino’s book “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court.”
“The person with the most to lose and the least to gain for telling the truth about Kavanaugh may have been Leland Ingham Keyser, who put her commitment to the truth above her political preferences and even friendships,” the quote said.
“I was told behind the scenes that certain things could be spread about me if I didn’t comply,” Keyser told New York Times reporters.