Ford Blazer’s Jew Lawyers Respond to News of Impending Kavanaugh Confirmation with More Jew Lies

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 6, 2018

“I Believe: The Ford Blazer Story.” Brought to you by Coca-Cola and the Jews.

These people just never fucking stop, do they?

Huffington Post:

Christine Blasey Ford’s lawyers denounced the pending confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, arguing that Republicans were trying to undermine Ford’s credibility.

“As the Senate debates the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, numerous false claims have been repeated to undermine the credibility of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford,” her lawyers said in a statement to HuffPost.

“Whatever the outcome, Senators deserve to know the truth: An FBI investigation that did not include interviews of Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh is not a meaningful investigation in any sense of the word.”

We believe Christine Blasey Ford and we fully support her,” they concluded. “Senators claiming to want a dignified debate should not repeat lies constructed by the Judiciary Committee that were cynically designed to win support for Judge Kavanaugh.”

The statement was signed by attorneys Debra S. Katz, Lisa J. Banks and Michael R. Bromwich.

Katz, the head lawyer, was recommended to Ford by the Jew Senator Dianne Feinstein, who personally planned this whole thing by keeping it “confidential” when Ford originally contacted her in July, then leaking it a few days before a vote was supposed to happen.

The Democrats are all saying this same Jew bullshit – quadrupling down, saying the FBI investigation was a hoax and they should have investigated harder.

And chanting this “I believe.”

Reminds me of the X-Files thing.

This is not about your beliefs, or what you claim to believe. That is not the way the world works, and we cannot possibly set the standard that that is the way the world works.

I am so, so very tired of Jews.

But I am so glad that this all went down like it did, with it being all Jews involved. It is a case study of Jewish behavior to be used to redpill the normies in the present and to be used to explain Jewish behavior to elementary school children in the not-too-distant future.