I’m sorry, but I didn’t believe Dr. Christine Blasey Ford for a second. I saw a psychopath hiding behind big glasses and hair bangs while she dealt out her pity play (probably professionally written by a novelist). The glasses and bangs made it a little difficult. One should look for ‘flashes’ of contempt and arrogance, moments of ‘stepping out of character’ to test the emotional effect, etc. — the glasses and bangs (psychopaths very often wear glasses to hide their machinations) made it almost impossible to notice these things. However for me, her voice (‘I’m just a fragile flower, woe is me’) and emotions (delivered on cue and ceasing as quickly as they came on) didn’t ring true at all.
For grief, you want to see autonomous behaviors. Watch vets discuss fallen comrades. First they lose control of their bottom lip. Then the voice. Then the nose turns red and runs and/or tears flow. This matched Brett Kavanaugh’s behavior, not Ford’s. Now of course, one can always be wrong. If I were a betting man I would bet 10,000 dollars on the above, but not a 100,000. However I would bet that 100,000 on the psychopathic and/or psuedologic and/or seriously disturbed mental state of the other two claimants, Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick.
Kavanaugh was lucky that for psychopaths, less is never more. They can’t resist guilding the lily. If one charge is good then a hundred over the top charges are even better. Ms. Ramirez’s and Ms. Swetnick’s allegations actually weakened the attack on Kavanaugh’s character.
However the multiple charges were designed to enable Feinstein’s feigned incredulousness of “you mean you are calling all three liars?!!” “Exactly!” Dianne Feinstein is not a psychopath, but in my opinion, morally corrupt and bankrupt, distilled evil, 200 proof. The corrupt always ally with the psychopaths – they form an eternal tag team.
We’ve seen this game played before, the 11th hour unprovable, undisprovable charges, against Roy Moore, The psychopathic gang stalking of Judge Roy Moore. The Republican Party made a moral and strategic error in not going to the mat for the judge. This later attack on Kavanaugh would never have happened.
In terms of the rallying cry of “Believe Survivors,” I can only say that I recall the similar cry of “Believe the Children”. That campaign resulted in the personal destruction and imprisonment of numerous absolutely innocent of the charges adults affiliated with the McMartin Preschool facility. Psychopathy played a role here also, with a psychopathic D.A. (The McMartin Preschool hysteria.) Lesson learned: fantastic, fantabulous charges should always be accompanied by a request that the ones making the allegations prove they are not psychopaths.
To keep Brett Kavanaugh from being eternally damaged goods in the eyes of his opponents and much of America, the three accusers should be invited to prove just that. This, they won’t do — so the argument should be made directly. If any DNA is available it should be tested (though this area is a little murky). If any committed provable perjury they and their attorneys should be pursued legally (it’s worth noting that psychopaths almost always have psychopathic attorneys). For example there is a serious allegation that Dr. Ford is an expert on polygraph tests and has coached others on taking lie detector tests. This should be pursued to see where the truth lies.
Psychopaths move through life like sharks through the water, but only because no one calls them on their behavior. “Hello, I’d like to introduce myself, my name is . . .”, welcome to my blog.