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The Ford testimony falls apart

Oct 04, 2018

Last week Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified against Judge Kavanaugh in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. She said she was “100 percent sure” that Kavanaugh assaulted her 36 years ago as a teenager. Kavanaugh said he was “100 percent sure” that he did not assault her.

Ford looked credible while testifying, but she claimed she could not remember where the event took place, how she got there, or even who gave her a ride home after the alleged assault. Kavanaugh, on the other hand, had a journal to show where he was that entire year. It showed that he was out of town most of the summer. But since Ford could not pinpoint the precise date, there was no way that Kavanaugh’s notes could be compared with her testimony.

When I first heard that she was a psychologist professor at Stanford, and that she had taken a lie detector test, my first impression was that she was already well trained in how to fool a lie detector test. Her long-time boyfriend from the 1990’s wrote a letter to congress showing how she had given advice and instruction to someone else about how to pass a polygraph test.


In a sworn statement provided to the Senate Judiciary Committee, a man who claims to be an ex-boyfriend of Christine Blasey Ford says that he personally witnessed Ford coach a friend on how to take a polygraph exam. If true, it would mean Ford provided false testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee last week when she claimed she had never had any discussions with anyone about how to take a polygraph.

More than that, Dr. Steve Pieczenik, a trained psychiatrist who worked for the CIA for many years, said that Dr Ford was a “second-generation CIA agent.” Other reports say that she was actually a third-generation CIA agent. Further, as a psychology professor at Stanford, she was training college kids to be potential CIA agents.

When I first heard about her polygraph test, it struck me that as a trained psychologist, she would know how to hypnotize herself to pass a polygraph test, and this would also affect her testimony before congress. Then I read that she actually wrote a paper in 2008 on this very topic!


The study by Ford and her co-authors also used “self-hypnosis” to help treat their randomized sample of patients.

“Participants also were taught self-hypnosis to use outside the group for relaxation and affect regulation (as described in H. Spiegel & Spiegel, 2004),” the researchers explained. “The group’s experiences using hypnosis were the basis for discussion in the middle of the group sessions….”

“Remember that all hypnosis is really self-hypnosis,” the authors of the referenced 2004 text on hypnotism wrote. “[T]herefore, therapists are only tapping into their patients’ natural ability to enter trance state.”

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In addition to this, Q asked us to research the former FBI agent who actually administered the polygraph test to Dr. Ford. How many times did he administer the test until she actually passed it? What questions were asked? (He only asked two questions, according to his own testimony, and neither question actually mentioned Kavanaugh.)

The more information that comes out on Dr. Ford’s background, the less credible she is, in spite of the fact that virtually all the Democrats on the committee fawned over her and gave her as much credibility as they could muster with the help of the mainstream media.

The bottom line, however, is that she often contradicted herself, such as when she talked about how many people were in the room. Was it 4 or was it just 2? Furthermore, not one other person has corroborated her testimony, even though she cited them as witnesses. They all say the attack did not happen or that they knew nothing about such an incident.

However, her testimony has now set a terrible precedent for future nominations to the Supreme Court. The character of such nominees can be questioned on the grounds of their drinking or carousing during their high school years when they were yet young and foolish, with no regard to the fact that perhaps they actually grew up and settled down in a career. How many people would want to be judged today for what they did at the age of 17?

Secondly, nominees can now be attacked by people who have no evidence and no one to back up their stories just on the basis of their word alone. The Democrats cared nothing about the dozens of women who testified credibly against Bill Clinton. Those who decry Kavanaugh for “attempted assault” still laud Bill Clinton and refuse to believe those women that he actually raped.

If the Democrats ever return to power in Washington, it would be interesting to see how the Republicans would treat their nominee for the Supreme Court. The door has been opened and the precedent has been set, and it is doubtful if anyone would survive the onslaught.

I do not think that Washington will ever be the same. But then, I believe that the country has already turned a major corner, and if the Democratic Party wishes to have any influence in politics, it will have to change drastically. The silent majority is no longer silent. There is a huge reaction taking place against the Babylonian death culture and political corruption that has alarmed and irritated so many people in recent decades.

This is a revolution, and it coincides with prophetic history. I see these events in the light of prophetic timing. That is what gives current events their significance. This is not a temporary blip in the ongoing rule of Mystery Babylon. This is the end of an age and the beginning of the Kingdom. I assume, of course, that the Spirit of God will soon be poured out, as prophesied. Without that outpouring, this revolution would indeed be a temporary setback in the long-term degeneration of world morality and culture. But I am confident that this is just the beginning of a thousand-year Sabbath rest for the earth, wherein the world will be set free from the oppression of Babylonian Satanists and will learn about the love of God.

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Blog Author: Dr. Stephen Jones