Today, if Christine Blasey Ford testifies, it will be under oath. Writing at The American Spectator, David Catron explains the consequences of what she might say. He writes (abridged):
Christine Blasey Ford is scheduled to appear today so she can finally make her accusations against Judge Kavanaugh under oath.
Her written testimony states that she is not happy to find herself testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, “I am terrified.” And well she should be. It’s one thing to make wild claims in the presence of activist lawyers and partisan editors. It’s quite another to repeat them under oath before Congress and the public.
If she actually shows up, and makes a false claim today, she will be guilty of a felony crime. In her position, I would also be terrified to accuse a good man like Brett Kavanaugh of being a rapist.
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