Ford’s Criminal Record ERASED on Database Three Weeks Prior to Penning Feinstein Letter
During the 1980s, Christine Blasey Ford lived in Potomac, Maryland. On June 14, 1985 (a Friday afternoon), she was arrested in Catawba County, North Carolina and charged with a traffic misdemeanor. On September 11, 1985, the charge was disposed of.
A minor traffic citation doesn’t seem like a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but unfortunately for Blasey Ford, her criminal background goes much deeper.
The Gateway Pundit has now reported that on June 17, 1985 (a Monday), there were two other cases.
These cases also took place in Catawba County, but they are filed under “criminal” charges. While it may be the same case, there were two different records.
The most intriguing part of the whole thing is that both cases against Christine Blasey Ford were updated this year… on July 7.
This was just three weeks prior to Blasey Ford sending Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein’s office the letter in which she spoke of the alleged sexual assault that she claimed was committed by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh more than thirty years ago.
Ford stated in her testimony that on July 6, she had spoken to the Washington Post tip line as well as Democratic lawmakers.
Is it a coincidence that her record was seemingly expunged on July 7, just one day after she came forward?
The letter written by Blasey Ford to Senator Feinstein’s Office was dated July 30, 2018.
Take a look at the record from July 7, 2018:
Below is another record of the charges against Blasey Ford:
The following image shows the charges against Blasey Ford from Friday June 14, 1985.