The importance of rehabilitating Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford


by Washington Examiner

Washington Examiner— Our culture and our legal system have strongly deterred victims from reporting their sexual assaults. According to the Department of Justice, rape is the single most underreported crime. Social mores which shame and blame victims who come forward with the truth certainly don't help that.

www.washingtonpost.com—Christine Blasey Ford says some good came out of her ‘terrifying’ testimony against Kavanaugh. Ford said she is "grateful to have had the opportunity to fulfill my civic duty" and has been touched by the outpouring of support she received.

@CBSNews—Christine Blasey Ford speaks out in rare statement since Kavanaugh hearings. "Although coming forward was terrifying, and caused disruption to our lives, I am grateful to have had the opportunity to fulfill my civic duty," Ford wrote

www.theblaze.com—Christine Blasey Ford updates fundraising page, says testifying against Kavanaugh was ‘terrifying’. Christine Blasey Ford shared on a fundraising page how “terrifying” it was to testify against then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh but noted that she’s “grateful”…