Fox News Channel’s Laura Ingraham sent out a tweet on Monday that the parents of Christine Blasey Ford, who sent the letter accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, “were defendants in a 1996 foreclosure case, presided over by Kavanaugh’s mother.”
Ingraham sent out a link with the tweet showing the site, called America First Media Group, from which she found out the information.
The site contains embedded tweets from a single Twitter user, as well as two screenshots from Maryland’s case search site, which outline a case involving Ralph and Paula Blasey, Ford’s parents, that was presided over by Judge Martha Kavanaugh.
Mediaite pointed out that Ingraham tweeted the story without follow-up, but suggests that recent allegations of sexual misconduct may be some sort of revenge play by Ford.
There is no evidence yet that this court case had any impact on allegations, but Mediaite speculated that it is certain the public will hear more about the details in the coming days.
The accusation has threatened to cast into doubt the timetable for a vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination. The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote this Thursday, but Democrats have called for it to be postponed due to the accusations.
The full Senate must vote on his nomination following the decision of the committee.
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