Audio evidence of Christine Ford’s political adviser plotting in July against SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh

Ricki L. Seidman, 63, is a longtime Democrat Party cadre and a former Clinton administration official (Assistant to the President; Deputy Communications Director). She also actively worked against the Supreme Court nominations of  Robert Bork (1987) and Clarence Thomas (1990), and prepped Anita Hill before she testified before the Senate, claiming she had been sexually harassed by Thomas. Seidman was instrumental in getting the Anita Hill story made into a HBO television series.

On June 27, 2018, Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his resignation, effective July 31, 2018.

On July 9, 2018, President Trump nominated U.S. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh, 53, to the Supreme Court.

From September 4 to 7, 2018, the Senate conducted hearings on Kavanaugh’s nomination.

On September 12, 2018, the day that the Senate Judiciary Committee was scheduled to vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the top Democrat on the committee whose personal driver of 20 years is a Chinese spy, blocked the vote by forwarding to the Justice Department an anonymously-written letter, dated July 30, which accuses Kavanaugh of “sexual misconduct” with an unnamed woman when they were both high school students 36 years ago.

Four days later on Sept. 16, the author of the letter went public and identified herself as Christine Blasey Ford, 52, a research psychologist at Palo Alto University in northern California.

See “Christine Ford, the woman who accuses Judge Kavanaugh of sexual assault 36 years ago”.

On Sept. 20, 2018, The Hill reported that Christine Ford had hired Ricki Seidman to be her political adviser to help her navigate a potential hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Seidman confirmed her role in an interview with Politico.

Now, an audio has surfaced of political operative Ricki Seidman plotting a strategy to defeat Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination. The audio was recorded sometime in July 2018.

The audio begins with a female voice asking Seidman “what are the best tools that Progressives have to challenge” the Kavanaugh nomination.

Seidman responded by acknowledging that given the Republican majority in the Senate, it is not “extremely likely” that the Democrats can defeat Kavanaugh’s nomination (beg. 0:34 mark):

“So, I will say at the outset that while I think that looking at the numbers in the Senate it’s not extremely likely that the nominee [Kavanaugh] can be defeated, I would absolutely withhold judgment as the process goes on, and I think that I would not reach any conclusion about the outcome in advance.”

Seidman then touts her experience of having worked “on one side or another” of Supreme Court nominations since William Rehnquist, which is hard to believe because the Senate confirmed Rehnquist’s nomination in December 1971 when Seidman was 16-17 years old.

Seidman continues (2:01 mark):

“I think that the way in which ultimately the Kavanaugh nomination needs to be approached is understanding what that standard is and the fact that Kavanaugh doesn’t meet the definition. I worry a little bit about, um, I think in this initial period, my sense is that everyone still scurrying to figure this out, and in terms of the groups that care about the issues, Justice Kennedy’s [resignation] announcement was a surprise and caught most — not everyone — people flat-footed, and the [Trump] administration knows this and that is partly why there’s a rush to nominate someone so quickly. I actually think that Kavanaugh was likely already chosen at the point that Kennedy would resign and that there was a nice show of considering people, for the White House’s political reasons.

But I do think that over the coming days and weeks, there will be a strategy that will emerge, and I think it’s possible that that strategy might ultimately defeat the nominee [Kavanaugh]….”

Then Seidman points out that Kavanaugh’s problem is the absence of women among his endorsers (5:30 mark):

“Of the 34 people who were the endorsers [of Kavanaugh] put out by the White House…none of them were women. Not a single one of them were women. And I don’t think it’s an accident that Kavanaugh spent so much time in his remarks talking about women because that is a clear problem with his record.”

Seidman acknowledges that only two Republicans would likely vote against Kavanaugh — Senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski. Seidman calls that “something that we have to get beyond” (7:50 mark).

Sure enough, a “strategy” did emerge “over the coming days and weeks” after Seidman said those words — a “strategy” that targets what Seidman had identified as Kavanaugh’s biggest problem, the lack of women among his endorsers.

And the strategy was to have a woman suddenly come forth, 36 years later,  accusing Judge Kavanaugh of attempted rape.

H/t Gateway Pundit and FOTM reader CSM

See also “Christine Ford’s letter has varying font styles and sizes

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Schedule the vote for Monday and STICK TO IT.

Enough of this political charade!!!

Lophatt
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Absolutely. They won’t do it though. You watch. They’ll let them scream at them and drag them around by the nose. They’re such cowards. It makes me sick.

Lophatt
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I was thinking of you when I ran across this:

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Goldbug
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Goldbug

I’m beginning to despise these disgraceful, scheming women involved in leftist political activities. I don’t believe any of their lies. I wish they’d all stay home, bake cookies, and home school their kids. Oh, I forgot; they’re too stupid to teach their kids.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

It all begins with faith. If one doesn’t have any, they can’t develop principles. Look at how many unprincipled losers they have. They will DO ANYTHING to get their way. That’s why Satanists are so successful in this world.

“Do as thou wilt is the whole of the law”.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

I agree with you completely! People who are willing to sell their souls in these instances are fit only to inhabit the nether regions of Hell. We have seen time and time again, the lengths to which those of the Deep State will go to knock off people of good will. I am outraged.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

The deal is that if he isn’t seated next week, he will not be allowed to participate in the Supreme Court’s next session. This is why Feinstien and crew timed it the way they did. By playing along they are playing right into their hands again, as usual. They need to quit worrying about what the leftists are going to say about them and do what they have the authority to do. They are going to get called names no matter what they do. Who cares? They could seat him today. They just need to do. But, you watch, I’ll… Read more »

Hawkmoon
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Hawkmoon

That was how the old Hegelian Dialectics worked. The fake Democrat Republicans (RINO’s/Neocon,s) were controlled opposition. The Tea party & Trump cleared out most with one of their biggest scores knocking out Eric Cantor. I’m hoping that now that its Trump’s Republican Party, they won’t cave.

“Sometime around the late 1950s, American conservatives picked up a hitch-hiker on the road to power who wound up hijacking their movement. The thuggish style of the left – with its organized smear campaigns, race-baiting, expulsions, and enforced ideological conformity – was imported to the Right via the neconservative influx”
DO NEOCONS EXIST?
https://www.antiwar.com/justin/j010303.html

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Well, for me, I don’t do parties. I don’t do “left or right” (really). I DO know bullshit when I see it. Your comments about the Hegelian Dialectic is why I don’t do parties.

I understand the dynamic and I understand the psycho-babble. Whatever label they like to affix is of no importance to me unless it is helpful in trying to describe what’s going on. Whenever someone sticks a label on something you can rest assured that they intend to use it to their advantage.

Hawkmoon
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Hawkmoon

I was a Pat Buchanan Republican, and now I am a Trump Republican.

Lophatt
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Jackie Puppet
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It only takes 4 days at the absolute most to drive cross country with enough rest, 3 is sufficient.

She had plenty of time to make the trip if she really felt it was important enough to do so. If you feel that something is that important to you, you do whatever you could to make such a thing happen!

Lophatt
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Lophatt

It would be interesting to know if she’s flown in the past, not that it makes any difference. Let’s do an experiment. Why don’t you go find a judge, preferably a ranking one, and accuse him of sodomy. Then demand that he meet with you on your terms and put you up in a first-class hotel. Hey, if you have to, tell him you used to be a woman. Now, my guess is you’d be slapped with the lawsuit of your life. It wouldn’t take me too long if I were Kavanaugh. She’d better get her somebody more capable than… Read more »

Lana
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Lana

Aren’t there pictures of the slut at the woman’s March in DC? Are we to believe that she drove cross country to participate in that? Are her parents and siblings still living in Maryland? If so does she never see them or does she drive cross country to see them ? Not buying it?

Willie William
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Willie William

Someone should be watching all of the airports around DC. I would not be surprised if she flies in under the cover of night on some Soros/DNC private jet to some out of the way airport on Wednesday and say she drove all of the way. Liars do things like that.

Lophatt
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Alma
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Alma

Why and how with all that have been developing with this Ford woman accusations it is allowed to continue? Yes, she needs to talk but she cannot formulate an accusation she doesn’t remember the facts. Doesn’t the committee have enough to throw it all out, less allow “her” to dictate how it should be conducted? All this is unlawful! Have the laws lost all powers? This is all unbelievable to be happening in the United States of American. Where is “Justice for All?

Lophatt
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Lophatt

THIRTY-SIX YEARS! You couldn’t get a DA anywhere (but California) to bring charges. The statute of limitations has LONG since expired. It doesn’t matter if she has evidence or not. You could walk into a police station with a mason jar full of semen from the alleged crime and they couldn’t do anything about it. Why would anyone allow this kangaroo court to take place during a nomination hearing? We talk of “identity politics”. This is a classic example. It isn’t based on belief, or evidence. It is simply a “creed” that they arbitrarily decide to chant. You either “belong”… Read more »

Alma
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Alma

I choose to be a honorable deplorable.

Lophatt
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Glenn47
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Glenn47

By hiring this same POS political assassin should tell us all we need to know. I saw where Dan Bongino said Kavanaugh should sue the pants off all of those for destroying a good man without one iota of evidence. If she was damaged so badly, where is her police report. You read her history, chances are she didn’t even know where she was or whom she was with. People have screen shots of her FB page before she deleted everything where several months back she stated someone should come forward and accuse Gorsuch of rape. And now, here she… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

The truth is, he couldn’t lose a lawsuit against her. She has no proof. It was too long ago. The burden is on her, not him.

Steven Broiles
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Feinstein, Schumer & Co. are up to their old tricks, and Ford is their latest foil. She is detestable.

In the meantime, WHEN is Donald Trump going to go on the offensive FULL BORE??? Kavanaugh has already been investigated by the FBI, as per protocol of any SCOTUS nominee. When does Donald Trump come out CHARGING like a bull???

Lophatt
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Lophatt

You’re a funny guy Steve. When is he going to fire Sessions and Rosenstein? When is he going to withhold the Israel funds until he gets his wall?

He really needs to stop drawing attention to these things. If it’s President Rosenstein he should just say so. Every time he says something like “I don’t have an attorney general”, I cringe. Why is that. I’ll bet somebody could do something about that.

TexanForever
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TexanForever

Looks like Seidman’s been eating a lot of Whoppers with fries.

The Left is going nuts at the idea of Trump strengthening the Supreme Court with yet another constitutionalist. Wait ’till Ginsburg goes comatose and Thomas decides this would be a good time to turn it over to a younger person.

After the November red wave PRESIDENT Trump will be set to do some REAL swamp draining. There will also be some high level perp walks. … MAGA
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Lophatt
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Lophatt

I’d LOVE to see that. She looks like she ate the packaging too. Must be a friend of Lena’s. Whoever is making these “strategic decisions” sucks at it. All the time wasted on this could be spent on scaring Ginsburg into early retirement.

Alma
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Alma

Ruthie’s strength is ever so faltering I doubt she’ll continue and will leave her seat to another presidential nominee, that will likely be next year, whoever she/he is the nominee, the battle will be fierce and no comparison to Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation, but rest assure that person will be confirmed too. The Supreme Court will then be the real Supreme Court for a very long time. May God grant me that request.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

You said it. Somebody should start waking her to German martial music every time she falls asleep. We should already be thinking about the most absolutist constitutional judge we can find. Somebody like Scalia would do.

Lophatt
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Carl R Hassell
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Carl R Hassell

The treachery knows no bounds. These things(people).. are disgusting.

Lophatt
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PB
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PB

Feinstein, Seidmann, Katz…

And they wonder why they are hated.

Willie William
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Willie William

What happened? I don’t know Where did it happen? I don’t know When did it happen? I don’t know Who was there? I’d don’t know How’d you get there? I don’t know How did you get home? I don’t know Did you tell anyone? No. These sleazy democRATS keep saying that if a woman makes an accusation of sexual assault by a male that “she must be believed”. In Ford’s case there are no details, no evidence whatsoever of this assault but she “must be believed just because she said so” Take the case of Jaunita Broaddrick and Gennifer Flowers.… Read more »

Mist'ears Mom
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Mist'ears Mom

The left is freaking out bc if Kavanaugh is confirmed they will loose the SC for a very long time. This is akin to death to them. They believe if they can postpone the vote until after the “blue wave” they can permanently keep him off the court for 2 years until the next “blue wave” in 2020 and when they elect their savior as POTUS. Then they will be picking the Judge(s)-they have to do this bc they cannot pass laws with the vote of the people liberal SCOTUS does it for them-that’s why they sue all the time… Read more »

Lophatt
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Mad Celt
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Mad Celt

So Ford is a research psychologist? Has she been dipping into the medical cabinet? More than likely she’s bit off more than she can chew and realizes both she and her supporters are going to come out looking like total asses in this bizarre case of flinging poop. Any first year law student could take her testamony and turn it into the punch line of a bad joke.

CogitoErgoSumantra
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CogitoErgoSumantra

Ricki L. Seidman: Another of Web Hubble’s illegitimates?
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MarkyMark
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MarkyMark

Well, the left has won another round! Grassley and the gutless Repubicans folded yet again. The left has won this one for sure. Prof Fraud is scheduled to testify on Thursday-AFTER the date when the votes (SJC and full Senate) can be held in time to seat Judge Kavanaugh for the opening of the SCOTUS session on Oct. 1. There’s NO WAY Judge Kavanaugh can be seated now, because the left ran out the clock. The Republicans had all aces and what do they do? They folded like a cheap beach chair! I said it before and I’ll say it… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

I should open a “psychic hotline”. I said they’d cave, and they did. What spineless wimps.

MarkyMark
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MarkyMark

And you didn’t even have to be psychic to see it. Shoot, Ray Charles could have seen that one coming!

RufusVonDufuss
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RufusVonDufuss

Better yet, tell her to KAOOCA’s!

Dixie L Guilbeau
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Dixie L Guilbeau

I do hope that if this proves to be a political stunt this woman is prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Well Dixie, I doubt it. In fact, I doubt if Kavanaugh will sue her, although he has every right to. In fact, the Demon-rats have announced that no matter the outcome, they will not rest until they impeach him and remove him from the bench.

So, unless someone decides to stand up to them and shut this down entirely, this is going to be the “new normal” for them.

DCG
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Grassley and the spineless GOP are rolling over quite well tonight.

I know it may not help, but contact Grassley and your state senators. Tell them to vote NOW and put an end to this freakin debacle. And that’s exactly what I told them to do in my emails: STAND UP and end this CHARADE!!

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