Democrats always seem to bring in a woman or two to cast shade on the right just before a big election. Funny how that works out for them.

Christine Blasey Ford has not said a word about the alleged assault with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during the last 35 years. She waited right up until he was about to be sworn in before taking action. Now she is looking to run for Congress.

In response, 87 women have stepped up and are willing to back Judge Kavanaugh. And they don't have a sketchy recollection of the past like the accusers.

This is in response to Ford's unsupported accusation.

Per CNS News:

Eighty-seven women who personally know Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanugh stepped forward today to demonstrate their conviction that Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh committeed a sexual assault against her 36 years ago is “false.”

“Women from every phase of Judge Kavanaugh’s life, those who know him best, have stepped forward to say that the allegation being leveled against him is false, and we are proud to stand with Brett,” said Sara Fagen, a former senior aide in the Bush administration who worked closely with Kavanaugh and who spoke for all 87 women.

The women gathered at a press conference, #IStandWithBrett, at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Friday. They declared the sexual assault allegations brought forth by California psychology Prof. Christine Blasey Ford are false and they attested to the judge’s character.

There's no doubt that this has became a trend for the left. Just before an election accusers come out of the woodworks. It's only fair to cross-examine them and get the truth. In this instance there isn't much to go on other than a memory with little to no details.

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