Since typically lefty organizations seemingly just give out awards like Tic-Tacs these days, maybe I could get an award for my outstanding contribution to the medical community. It would be just as valid as the latest empty award given to someone who deserves it about as much as I deserve the award I spoke about just a sentence ago.
Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who made very public and very vague sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, received the American Civil Liberties Union’s (ACLU) Rodger Baldwin Courage Award Sunday night for her bravery in stepping forward with her still unproven allegations.
So brave. So beautiful.
During her acceptance speech, Blasey Ford took part of her time to continue her activism by giving her support to the Democrats impeachment inquiry witness, Marie Yovanovich, as well as all of the witnesses aiding House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) in his efforts of trying to remove President Donald Trump from office.
“Ambassador Yovanovitch — all of the men and women who bravely come forward, they come forward, to tell the truth, and to help our country,” Blasey Ford said, according to Fox News. “They might also be vilified and they need to hear our voices of support also.”
Blasey Ford followed up those comments by continuing to pat herself on the back.
“When I came forward last September, I did not feel courageous. I was simply doing my duty as a citizen,” Blasey Ford also said. "Providing information to the Senate that I believed would be relevant to the Supreme Court nomination process... I had the example of Anita Hill. I had the values instilled in me by my parents and growing up in Washington D.C. I had a responsibility to my country, to my fellow citizens, to my students, to my children — to live the values that I tried to teach them.”
Folks, these people love to blow smoke up each other’s hind ends, so let them. Their awards are usually as empty as their words.
If you’d actually like to watch Blasey Ford’s full acceptance speech, watch below: