Wednesday, September 26, 2018 by JD Heyes
Earlier this week additional allegations of sexual assault dating back three decades were lodged against POTUS Donald Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, by Deborah Ramirez, who claims he exposed himself (or a dildo) to her in a drunken stupor during a frat party in a Yale University dorm room.
It didn’t take long before those charges – contained in a New Yorker magazine piece – were being refuted by former students (including Kavanaugh) who Ramirez claimed were in the room at the time.
But the allegations that turned the Kavanaugh nomination into a perverted circus allegedly came from Palo Alto Prof. Christine Blasey Ford in the form of a letter passed along to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., over the summer. A closer examination of that letter by two experts — Dannielle Blumenthal, Ph.D., and Natural News Network founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger – found more than a dozen examples of how the letter could not have been written by someone of Ford’s intellect (she also has a Ph.D.).
“Ph.D. writers are highly trained in writing. In fact, it is an essential part of their education. Yet the letter released by Sen. Dianne Feinstein is riddled with simple errors that point to a writing level that barely qualifies as ‘high school’ composition skills,” Adams wrote.
Among the errors discovered include grammatical and formatting mistakes that a highly qualified writer (masters and Ph.D. programs require much research and a lot of highly advanced writing) would never make were found in the letter (differences in font size for emphasis; ‘1980’s’ instead of ‘1980s’; use of numbers between 1-9 rather than writing out the numbers; etc.). (Related: Jimmy Kimmel becomes king of the late-night gutter, as his Kavanaugh ‘penis’ comment sets a new low standard for “comedy.”)
All of which begs the question: Is this a real letter or did some low-level staffer in Feinstein’s office – say, a Chinese spy perhaps – generate it?
Though the Democrat-friendly “establishment” media tried their level best to ignore or otherwise downplay the story, some weeks in early August, local media including KPIX in San Francisco reported that a “mole” working on behalf of the Chinese government worked in Feinstein’s office for two decades.
“The Bay Area is a hotbed for Russian and Chinese espionage,” the local CBS affiliate reported, noting that in late 2017, the Trump administration ordered the Russian consulate in San Francisco shuttered.
The station went on to to note that the San Francisco Chronicle expounded upon a small blurb in a Politico report noting that five years earlier Feinstein was notified by the FBI that her office had been “infiltrated” by Chinese intelligence – the Ministry for State Security, in particular.
Writing in the New York Post, investigative reporter Paul Sperry said Feinstein was an “easy mark” for Chinese intelligence:
In June 1996 — after the staffer had begun working for Feinstein — the FBI detected that the Chinese government was attempting to seek favor with the senator, who at the time sat on the East Asian and Pacific affairs subcommittee of the Foreign Relations Committee, which oversees US-China relations. Investigators warned her in a classified briefing that Beijing might try to influence her through illegal campaign contributions laundered through front corporations and other cutouts.
The warning proved prescient.
Feinstein was a supporter of China – publicly and in the Senate – which helped to extend the country’s favored trade status and also led to its ascension into the World Trade Organization, both of which the Chinese government has used to extend economic and foreign policy influence around the globe. Favored trade status is, in large part, responsible for the massive U.S.-China trade deficit that POTUS Trump is attempting to lower.
Between the suspicious Ford allegations letter and Feinstein’s shilling for the Chinese, it seems as though the senior senator from California is quite the expert at deception, whether as a practitioner or a victim.
Read more about the Kavanaugh allegations hoax at Hoax.news.