Kavanaugh accuser Blasey Ford’s high school yearbooks scrubbed of info about wild sex parties, drunken blackouts, and more

As Democrats and Hollywood women rally around Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault 36 years ago when both were in high school, there has been a concerted behind-the-scenes effort aimed at hiding her own salacious past.

As Infowars reported, Ford’s high school yearbooks were chock full of references to drunken parties where promiscuous sex occurred and where attendees admitted they got so wasted they blacked out and couldn’t remember anything.

But these yearbooks have now been scrubbed from the Internet, along with other personal information– no doubt so that Americans super skeptical of Ford’s claims would not be able to learn that she herself may have led a much wilder life in high school (as most American kids do).

The Cult of the First Amendment blog managed to save copies of the yearbooks before they suddenly ‘disappeared’ from the Web. A copy of the yearbook PDF has been archived by Natural News at the following link:


The Cult of the First Amendment reports:

On Monday Sept. 17th, Christine Blasey Ford’s high school yearbooks suddenly disappeared from the web. I read them days before, knew they would be scrubbed, and saved them. Why did I know they would be scrubbed? Because if roles were reversed, and Christine Blasey Ford had been nominated for the Supreme Court by President Trump, the headline by the resistance would be this:  


Wow. And we’re supposed to believe her story about Judge Kavanaugh?

The yearbooks, Inforwars’ Paul Joseph Watson writes, cover Ford’s sophomore, junior, and senior years – the time she claims the Kavanaugh assault occurred – and they “portray a debauched environment of constant binge drinking and partying.”

As the blog noted, the scenes depicted in the yearbooks “are a testament to the incredible power these girls had over their teachers, parents, and the boys of Georgetown Prep, Landon, and other schools in the area.”

Kavanaugh attended Georgetown Prep.

For the record, Blasey Ford has said she can’t remember what ought to be key details for someone who really did suffer such an allegedly horrific attack – such as where the party took place, who was there, and the exact date (or even a ballpark date). (Related: CLAIM: ‘Compelling evidence’ will soon ‘exonerate’ Judge Kavanaugh.)

‘Pass-Out’ parties?

The yearbooks contain some pretty salacious details that “Chrissy” Blasey Ford appeared to have also taken part in.

“Lastly one cannot fail to mention the climax of the junior social scene, the party,” reads one entry. “Striving to extend our educational experience beyond the confines of the classroom, we played such intellectually stimulating games as Quarters, Mexican Dice, and everyone’s favorite, Pass-Out, which usually resulted from the aforementioned two.”

Another entry talks about how “loss of consciousness” at these kinds of parties most often resulted in a lack of remembering specifics.

“And there were always parties to celebrate any occasion,” says an entry. “Although these parties are no doubt unforgettable, they are only a memory lapse for most, since loss of consciousness is often an integral part of the party scene.”

An entry from Crissy Blasey’s senior year talks about how girls from her school would act like sexual predators on the prowl for younger boys.

“Other seniors preferred to expand their horizons and date younger men, usually sophomores, who could bring the vitality of freshness and innocence to a relationship,” said the entry.

Mind you, these youngsters weren’t “men,” they were teen boys and barely that.

Another passage, Watson notes, mentions a girl named Martha who often threw parties, one of which featured a male erotic dancer in a gold G-string. And other passages talked about drunken keg parties while parents were out.

“Cast parties, prom parties, post-game parties, pool parties, slumber parties, senior only parties, junior only parties – wherever you looked there were parties,” says a 1982 yearbook.

Not only is Crissy Blasey Ford’s credibility challenging because her allegations surfaced at the last minute before Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote. It’s challenging because she appears to have been immersed in a high school party culture where hazy memories were a requirement.

Read more about this Democratic hoax on Kavanaugh’s confirmation at Hoax.news.

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