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NY Times Reporter Slimes Ford Friend Unwilling to Demonize Kavanaugh

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One of the revelations from the character assassination attempt of Justice Brett Kavanaugh by The New York Times was that Leland Keyser, an alleged witness to the allegations of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, was viciously pressured by Blasey Ford’s allies to back up the claims unless she wanted to be discredited with her past history of drug abuse. Well, the reporters behind the hit piece did the work for Team Blasey Ford in an appearance on CNN’s so-called “Reliable Sources” and slimed Keyser’s rebuttal.

While speaking with host and media dung-sweeper Brian Stelter, Times reporter Kate Kelly whined about the people rightfully discrediting their because they willfully left out exculpatory evidence that supported Kavanaugh:

It's really sort of an attempt to discredit the messenger and avoid the conversation about the facts, about the evidence, the type of thing you've been talking about on your show. How the media becomes this punching bag.

While Kelly was complaining about messengers being discredited, she used the attacks concocted by Team Blasey Ford to attack Keyser. “Keyser's claims really don't rebut Blasey Ford's claims,” she declared despite the fact that Keyser told them Ford’s claims didn’t make any sense.

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