Christine Blasey Ford Won Another Award — And No, It’s Not For A Solid Frog-In-Throat Impersonation

Karen Ashley

I could think of so many awards she would qualify for… none of which are prestigious… or real.

They’re really just condescending ones that I’ve made up in my head.

“Longest To Ever Wait To Publicly Report Trauma Instead of Comfortably In Private” is one that comes to mind.

“Worst To Hide The Body Language of Lying”

“Best Frog-In-Throat Impersonation”

“On Wednesday, Christine Blasey Ford accepted an empowerment award from the YWCA Silicon Valley for apparently accusing Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in 2018 of decades-old, uncorroborated sexual misconduct.”

I didn’t realize you get rewarded for making sh*t up.

DISCLAIMER: I sympathize for women who have actually endured sexual harassment and/or rape of any kind – men who commit such heinous acts should be castrated.

BUT. Not a single shred of my being believes this woman.

“I simply thought that it was my duty as a citizen,” the accuser said of testifying against Kavanaugh, adding, “anyone in my position would do the same thing.”

Riiiiiight. Because when something genuinely affects me to my core, I wait 30 years to, not only tell my husband, but to also openly publicize it to the whole damn nation.

Are you a victim? Then you’re a hero! NO, YOU CAN’T ASK QUESTIONS, THAT’S DISRESPECTFUL.

“In a letter penned last year to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the California professor accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her at a house party in the early 1980s, though she was unable to specify exactly where or when the alleged incident took place. The dubious claim remained uncorroborated during the hearing; the alleged witnesses she named denied any knowledge of the party or outright refuted the accusation. Ultimately, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee found that there was “no evidence to substantiate any of the claims.”

Cool, so I can just make up a story and attempt to compromise someone’s entire career and reputation, no one has to even confirm, provide evidence, or merely agree that any of it occurred, and I’ll still get rewarded for it. What is this honestly teaching young women?

Whoever wins the next lottery sexually assaulted me three decades ago.

“Weeks after the hearing, Blasey Ford finally closed out at least one GoFundMe account set up in her name, cashing in on over $647,000.”

The people who donated may as well have just used their money to help light their fireplaces… it would have honestly gone to better use.

“In March, Blasey Ford was named Person of the Year by an anti-sexual assault group called Raliance, Newsweek reported.

She was also tapped by Sports Illustrated in December to present the magazine’s Inspiration of the Year Award.”

Also, for someone who’s so deathly afraid of flying, she probably had to fly to these various places to receive these awards… guess a good payout changes your fears real quick. And your moral compass. But who’s keeping track.

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