Leland Keyser, a friend who Christine Blasey Ford claimed was at the party where she was allegedly sexually assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh, has not only refuted the accuser’s version of the story, but told FBI investigators that Ford’s “allies” tried to pressure her to change the original version.

Keyser, along with every other witness identified by Ford, was unable to corroborate any details in Ford’s accusations.

“Simply put, Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with, or without, Dr. Ford,” her lawyer stated under penalty of felony.

Ford testified that she believed Keyser wouldn’t go along with her story because “she has health issues and needs to take care of herself.”

Some friend that you’re just willing to toss her under the bus as being too far gone to go along with a fake story.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Keyser informed investigators that Ford’s friend, former FBI agent Monica McLean, had urged her to alter the original statement.

 

Then there’s this mind-blowing statement from the WSJ – Keyser’s claim of being pressured to change her story offered “a glimpse into how Dr. Ford’s allies were working behind the scenes to lobby old classmates to bolster their versions of the alleged incident.”

‘Their versions’ of the incident. Not the truth, their version of the truth which is by definition, not the actual truth.

McLean’s lawyer said the allegation was “absolutely false,” but according to the report, the FBI has passed along text messages from McLean to Keyser to the White House and Senate.

 

If the name Monica McLean sounds familiar, you may recall she was part of another falsehood that came out of Ford’s testimony. Under questioning by sex crimes prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, Ford claimed she had never offered tips on how to pass a polygraph.

An ex-boyfriend of Ford, however, claimed she’d helped a friend prepare for a polygraph exam once upon a time. That friend was McLean.

 

An executive summary of the FBI investigation, which included an interview with Keyser, concluded: “there is no corroboration of the allegations made by Dr. Ford or Ms. Ramirez.”

Even after doing their best to intimidate witnesses.

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