White House Expected Accusations Against Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Mollie Hemingway Tells Rich Zeoli

The Rich Zeoli Show
July 10, 2019 - 11:31 am

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Philadelphia (1210 WPHT) - It was a tactic the White House was ready for. Mollie Hemingway tells Rich Zeoli on 1210 WPHT regarding the accusations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his.  confirmation hearings

“When we talked to people who knew Justice Kavanaugh, when he was younger and we talked to people who knew is chief accuser when she was younger. We definitely got a different picture than what we had learned from media points at the time. We spoke to people who really enjoyed their friend, Christine Blasey Ford, but they remember she was very aggressive with boys in the way that they warranted and that she was a heavy drinker at the time. “

Hemingway continued, “What I found out [that] was interesting was; the White House knew this information at the time, so did Senate Republicans but they chose not to go with it because they  if they talked about it, they would be destroyed by the media for going after a victim.”

Hemingway explained to Zeoli that the decision to not discuss Ford’s past it caused a distorted view of the full story surrounding Brett Kavanaugh high school image.

“So there was this very uneven discussion of events. Where every little, stupid joke that Brett Kavanaugh’s friends made in their yearbook became headline news and then a very, sort of, distorted or uneven picture was shown of people who were accusing him of crime, even though they had no evidence to support their accusations. “

According to Hemingway, the White House was even expecting these types of tactics to arise from the left.

“You also need to have the courage to see your way through…because this isn’t new, I mean this was particular horrible what we saw with Kavanaugh. But that has been a game plan been run before. Most notably Robert Bourke and Clarence Thomas. So you have to expect this will be part of the process and they definitely did. They even expected there might be some last ditch effort to impugn his character and when it did, they said ‘we were waiting for this.’”