Laura Ingraham Blasts Christine Ford’s Allegation: We Haven’t Seen Therapist Notes Because It’s a ‘Big Lie’
On Wednesday night, Laura Ingraham was fuming over the various allegations made against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavnaugh.
Ingraham began by calling the recent allegations of sexual misconduct as “late-in-the-game drive-by hits” on Kavanaugh, something National Organization For Women NY President Sonia Ossorio pushed back against.
“What we need to do is have an investigation,” Ossorio said.
“But you’re saying is anyone who makes an allegation, no matter what, that allegation has to be investigated by the FBI? Are you kidding me?” Ingraham asked.
“When the person is up for the Supreme Court, absolutely!” Ossorio responded.
Judicial Crisis Network’s Gayle Trotter believe that Sen. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) “vowed” to stop the confirmation of anyone President Donald Trump would nominate to the Supreme Court “by any means necessary.”
While in a heated exchange with Ingraham and Trotter about the legitimacy of the accusers, Ossorio pointed to the 2012 notes from the couples therapist that were mentioned in the letter written by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford as evidence.
“If I hear the therapist thing, I’m gonna need a therapist, okay? Where are the notes? Where are the notes?” Ingraham asked. “Guess what, there are no notes! She didn’t deliver her notes. You know why? Because I think the therapist is an ACME therapist. There was no therapist! It’s a big lie! Lie! Lie! Lie!”
Ingraham also drew into question the latest allegation from Julie Swetnick and how she’d repeatedly show up at parties that supposedly had gang rapes.
Watch the clip above, via Fox News.
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