Was Ford’s Testimony Credible? One Former Federal Prosecutor Says No

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"Yea, she's a complete fraud... "

Christine Blasey Ford went before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday to answer questions about the alleged sexual assault incident that happened 36-years ago between her and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Friday the Senate will vote on whether to confirm or deny Brett Kavanaugh. The big question on everyone’s mind is, was Ford’s testimony credible enough for some Senators to vote against his confirmation?

Sidney Powell, a former federal prosecutor doesn’t think Ford’s testimony was credible and said it lacked any evidence to prosecute Kavanaugh in anyway.

Powell went on Fox Business to explain why she doesn’t think Ford was credible.

Powell was adamant that Ford’s testimony did not carry enough credibility and even said, “The emotion I am seeing doesn’t appear to be real at all.”

Counselor to President Trump, Kellyanne Conway said, Ford was “absolutely wronged by somebody,” but she doesn’t believe it was Brett Kavanaugh that was the one who wronged Ford.

Friday the Senate votes and we’ll see if the sexual allegations and Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony is going to keep Kavanaugh off the Supreme Court.

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