Ford’s last witness says that she doesn’t remember a party with Kavanaugh

The obstruction of Kavanaugh is all about Roe v. Wade, and its going poorly
The blocking of Brett Kavanaugh is all about Roe v. Wade, and its going poorly

I am not happy with the Weekly Standard being so anti-Trump, but this article about the accusations by registered Democrat Christine Ford is interesting. She named four witnesses in her accusation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and all four have now refused to support her claims. Let’s take a look at an article from the Weekly Standard.


Christine Blasey Ford has claimed that four other people attended a small gathering at which she was allegedly assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh. Three of those people, PJ Smyth, Mark Judge, and Kavanaugh, have already denied any recollection of attending such a party.

On Saturday night, Leland Ingham Keyser, a classmate of Ford’s at the all-girls school Holton-Arms and her final named witness, denied any recollection of attending a party with Brett Kavanaugh.

“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,” lawyer Howard J. Walsh said in a statement sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

CNN reports that ” Keyser is a lifelong friend of Ford’s.”

Keyser previously coached golf at Georgetown University and is now executive producer of Bob Beckel’s podcast. Keyser is the ex-wife of Beckel, a former Democratic operative and commentator. A search on reveals Keyser’s only political donation has been to former Democratic senator Byron Dorgan.

[…]All of Ford’s named witnesses of the party, both male and female, have now denied any recollection of attending such a party.

This story troubles me because I keep thinking about what it will be like for Christian conservatives going forward. Will they always be blocked from positions of influence with unsupported accusations of sexual misconduct?

With that in mind, I recommend that Christian mothers and fathers take steps to teach their children how to avoid false accusations made by secular leftists.

Here’s a good article by Megan Fox from PJ Media about that.

It says (in part):

Mothers of sons everywhere should be terrified by the constant destruction of men by duplicitous, lying women and an overzealous and political Senate confirmation process. All a scheming broad has to do these days is claim that your son touched her inappropriately more than two decades ago and she can derail his career. Worse, if your son ever happens to end up in front of the Senate, U.S. senators may drive his wife to suicide. The Senate confirmation hearing for Miguel Estrada, a Bush choice, was so stressful that Estrada’s wife had a miscarriage, developed a drinking problem, and overdosed on pills and died, according to The New Yorker.

She has a list of advice for parents who don’t want that to happen to their children.

One of them is this:

1. Take him to church and make sure the lessons stick

Make sure your son knows how to treat others, what his moral obligations to himself and his family are, and to follow God’s laws in regards to dating and marriage. Try to impart the importance of saving sex for marriage. What can happen to him if he fails to do that (poverty, child support, disease, death, false rape charge) isn’t worth it.

People sometimes ask me how it’s possible for me to treat conservative Christian women so well, and then write such harsh judgments of non-Christian women on my blog. Well, I think that Christian men should treat serious Christian women well, but not everyone who claims to be a Christian really is one. Regarding non-Christian leftist women, my advice is don’t talk to them, don’t do anything for them. There are plenty of women who take Christianity seriously who we can pay attention to and help instead. Youth and beauty are not a good measures of a woman’s character. Good women are chaste and sober and self-controlled. I don’t it’s possible to do a relationship with a woman who is drinking a lot, pursuing fun and thrills, etc.

More good advice:

3. Teach your son to assume he will one day have a position of high importance and encourage him to live accordingly

This is the Mike Pence school of behavior that will serve him well. Do not be alone with a woman who is not your wife if you are married. If you are not married, then try to have witnesses when dealing with women. Double-dating may soon be the only smart thing for a man to do when looking for a mate to protect himself from dangerous women who would like to hurt him. Teach him that anything he might say or do today could affect him and cost him a job 30 years from now. Show him what’s happening to Brett Kavanaugh. Teach him to choose his friends wisely, to stay sober, and to stay away from shenanigans that could come back and haunt him.

If you’re planning to have an influence, then you need to understand that there are secular leftist women out there who will use false accusations in order to stop you from making a difference. If your goal is to get on the Supreme Court and reverse Roe v. Wade, understand that according to Gallup polls, almost all young unmarried women want to keep abortion legal. There is a significant group of young unmarried women who think that they should prioritize drinking a lot, and having recreational sex with hot bad boys. They see taxpayer-funded contraceptives and taxpayer-funded abortions as part of their plan to have a lot of sex with hot bad boys. They will do anything to stop pro-life men from putting an end to their fun.

This third one is my favorite:

4. Don’t trust women

[…]Contrary to the saccharine platitude that “women don’t lie,” women lie all the time. They lie like crazy. The younger they are, the more they lie and scheme. It’s probably the rage of hormones and insecurity that contribute to it, but most women lie and scheme. Teach your sons to search out morally upstanding girls and to avoid drama queens. The religious ones are usually better. Stay very far away from party girls and girls who use drugs or drink underage. Those girls are momentarily fun, but ultimately trouble. Teach him to stay away from those girls.

Now, when wise people tell women to avoid rape by being careful how much they drink, and what they wear, and where they go for fun and parties, women tend to get mad and say “don’t tell me what to do, just let me do what I want, and tell men not to rape”. Men, if you think that you should be able to drink what you want, wear what you want, and go wherever you want seeking pleasure, you are mistaken. The costs to you if you get slapped with a false accusation or a false paternity suit or a frivolous divorce will be disastrous. You need to take responsibility for your own decisions, and that means having an accurate view of how women really are, so that you know how to tell the sheep from the goats. All women are not the same inside, and inside is where it really matters – especially at a time like this. Men need to avoid women who are let by their feelings, and prefer women who do the right thing when they don’t feel like it.

My previous post reviewed what studies say about whether accusations of rape and sexual assault are likely to be true.

30 thoughts on “Ford’s last witness says that she doesn’t remember a party with Kavanaugh”

  1. Yep. Egalitarianism is false, of course, but one of the flaws of the complementarian model advanced by many evangelicals is founded on the “chivalry” myth that women are morally superior to men. We sin in different ways, but we are all depraved.

    I’ve heard of girls who get pregnant by a guy they don’t think is that attractive (your basic drunken hook-up) who will then actively pursue a guy they do find more attractive and then convince him the child is his.

    I’m used to Leftist lies. After all, if people think it is a moral good to kill their own children then nothing is too wicked for them. But this case has been more disturbing than usual. If they can make up these lies like this to permanently tarnish someone and have no consequences from it – or even win by doing it! – then where does that leave us?

    The only potential bright spot is that the Leftists go too far sometimes and it comes back to haunt them. Cory Booker, for example, is guilty in his own words and based on the Left’s new standards. Hopefully he’ll resign shortly.

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    1. Have you been reading Dalrock’s blog lately? He’s really taken a light to how chivalry and feminism are intertwined.

      The biggest is how chivalry somehow replaced Godly love in Christianity.

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  2. The problem is that Christian women, by and large, dont seem to care. Ill use my sister as an example, but her mindset seems pretty common amongst the women I know. She posted something on Facebook not that long ago and my response was somewhat similar to what you are talking about, a warning. Her response to me was “Why do you have to ruin everything when its just supposed to be fun?”. I told her that she has three sons who are going to be growing up in a society that will see them as predators, even before they have done anything wrong to warrant it, and that she needs to be smart and train them beforehand. Her reply? “Well we are just going to pray and let God guide us!”. That’s great and all, but God gave you a brain for a reason. God told the men of Israel to prepare for war, and Jesus told the disciples to prepare for persecution, there’s no reason we as Christians shouldn’t prepare ourselves for the future. And since Christian men, by and large, dont have knowledge themselves of how to deal with women (they either seriously dont know or do know but dont want to rock the boat and face reality), that leaves a lot of boys hanging out to dry.

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    1. “Why do you have to ruin everything when its just supposed to be fun?”

      Yeah the reason we do that is because men have to take the bigger bite of the s sandwich when the fun ends.

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      1. Well, men are the ones with the responsibility to make the marriage produce something for God. The trouble is that the churches are not producing wife candidates who are serious about marriage as an enterprise.

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      1. It’s another side effect from teaching women they shouldn’t submit to anyone but themselves. In fact that might be the source of solipsism.

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  3. ‘There is a significant group of young unmarried women who think that they should prioritize drinking a lot, and having recreational sex with hot bad boys. They see taxpayer-funded contraceptives and taxpayer-funded abortions as part of their plan to have a lot of sex with hot bad boys. They will do anything to stop pro-life men from putting an end to their fun.’
    That’s the case with anyone who prioritizes sexual immorality over chastity and keeping sex in marriage. From the stories I’ve read about the evil homosexual predator clergyman in the church they threaten the good priests trying to live out their vocation. Death threats and stripping them of their titles are often common because they want to keep up their life of thrills instead of doing what the vocation asks them to do.
    The pleasure of sex was never meant to be the end of it…it was a means to have people get married and procreate.

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  4. ‘ I don’t it’s possible to do a relationship with a woman who is drinking a lot, pursuing fun and thrills, etc.’

    Agreed…she’s in love with the thrills & dopamine hits rather than God and neighbor. Once they dopamine stops…she’s gone.

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  5. ‘Teach your sons to search out morally upstanding girls and to avoid drama queens. The religious ones are usually better. Stay very far away from party girls and girls who use drugs or drink underage. Those girls are momentarily fun, but ultimately trouble. Teach him to stay away from those girls.’

    I have aunts and cousins in my family who are bona fide drama queens. The little time I spend with them was enough to convince me to never commit to one.

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  6. The whole fiasco is insane! A clear smear tactic by the Left to try to keep Kavanaugh out! Even if these vile allegations were true, the Left using the alleged “victim” as a political pawn is appalling in itself! We need to stand up for our husbands, fathers, brothers, etc… because any man could be accused by a spiteful woman and have his life destroyed by a kangaroo court and in the eyes of society! This me too hysteria and crying victim only makes it harder for REAL victims, and waiting decades only endangers countless other women if the allegation is true! Women are NOT little children who can be mentally overpowered by men and cast as damsels in distress! This Me too witch hunt hurts everyone! A lose-lose for all involved!!!!

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  7. Wintery:

    I’m going to say some things you and your commentariat probably will not like. But it’s essential for Christian men to understand. I’m addressing this to all Christian men, not just you.

    1) All women today are feminists. All of them. Your mothers are feminists. Your sisters are feminists. If you’re Catholic, the nuns are feminists. If you’re a Protestant, your pastor’s wife (and probably your pastor himself) is a feminist. If you attend a church with a woman as “pastor” or “minister”, she’s a feminist. (And you need to stop going to that church.)

    85%+ of the women you attend church with aged 18 and over have had premarital sex. That’s CHRISTIANS. Virtually all of the married women have had premarital sex.

    All the women who attend your church are feminists. They are not living as Christians, they are not living Christian lifestyles, and do not believe or adhere to fundamental tenets of Christianity. Yes, men sin too, the difference is that men know they’re sinning and they get constantly called out on it and confronted on it. No one is calling women out on their sins. Everyone sweeps it under the rug and acts as if it isnt’ occurring, though they know damn well it IS occurring.

    2) In all likelihood, your pastor, at best, does not understand the true meaning of Ephesians 5, wifely submission/respect/obedience, husbandly love and sacrifice, or the other St. Paul declarations on relationships between husbands and wives. At worst, your pastor believes the Douglas Wilson/J. Lee Grady/Complementarian current prevailing view of “mutual submission”.

    To test this, make an appointment with your pastor. Read Ephesians 5 and I Peter 3 to him. Read this (I Cor. 11: 3, 7-9)

    “3 But I want you to understand that the head of every man is Christ, the head of a wife is her husband, and the head of Christ is God.

    7 For a man ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God, but woman is the glory of man. 8 For man was not made from woman, but woman from man. 9 Neither was man created for woman, but woman for man.”

    to him, and ask him if he believes this. And ask him what he thinks this means. Ask him if this is still the way husbands and wives ought to live today.

    Go to your “men’s ministry” or group ministry and read that passage from I Cor 11 and see what they say. See what reaction you get.

    You will find most of the men you attend church with are soyboy feminists as well. You will find most of the men you attend church with have little to no understanding of these passages. You will find most of the men you attend church with believe in “mutual submission” within marriage as most women do.

    You are attending church in a sea of error, heresy and apostasy when it comes to the theology of marriage and intersexual relationships.

    3) You are probably not going to marry a virgin. That’s if you can find any woman, virgin or no, who is remotely suitable for marriage in the first place, minimally compatible with you, willing to marry you, and whom you are also willing to marry.

    4) Almost all the men around you, especially at your church, are utterly and completely terrified of the women around them. Single men are terrified of rejection, especially getting nuked at church when they ask a woman out on a date. Single men are terrified of getting #metoo’d. Single men are terrified they will never find anyone to date or spend their lives with. (And they’re right. They probably won’t.)

    Married men are terrified of their wives. They are scared to death their wives will get mad at them and refuse them sex. They are scared to death their wives will divorce them, steal half their assets, destroy their children, destroy their homes, and ruin everything they’ve spent their entire adult lives building.

    Men are terrified of being hauled to HR because they said something some woman somewhere at their workplace didn’t like. Men are terrified of losing their jobs and being unable to support even themselves, much less a family. They are terrified their wives will divorce them if they suffer even the slightest setback in their personal or professional lives or their internal mental and emotional health. They are terrified of their wives tearing them apart over depression, anxiety, past issues, or whatever.

    Know why they’re terrified? Because they saw their own mothers do all this to them. They saw their mothers do all this to their fathers. They’ve seen girlfriends rip boyfriends apart. They ‘ve seen women subject men to the worst kinds of mental, emotional and verbal abuse, and done so with the complete backing and support of their churches.

    They’ve seen at least one or two men taken through the horror show that is family court/divorce court. Or, they were subjected to that terrordome as sons, and forced to live with mentally ill, stressed out, emotionally unstable mothers. Also, all of it done while the Church stood by and let it happen.

    That, friends, is the current state of our church. It’s a complete mess horror show. It happened because men let women do what they want because fairness and equality. It happened because men allow it. It happened because women want it and demanded that men give it to them, and so they did.

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    1. “It happened because women want it and demanded that men give it to them, and so they did.”

      Not that it really matters – he gave in (‘nuf said), but I wonder if there isn’t a little more to the Gen 3:17 story.


    2. This is totally brilliant.

      We are swimming in a sea of faux-men-ism, and we have come to like the taste of the water.


  8. Your pastor is terrified of his wife. Your pastor is terrified of the women at his church. He knows they have the real power at the church. He knows they control and decide where the family attends church, as well as how much money gets tithed/donated. He knows they do 90% plus of the volunteer work at the church.

    Your pastor is terrified of confronting a woman’s sin. He is terrified of being called a sexist or misogynist. He is terrified of saying or doing anything that makes it appear he “hates women”. Because, you see, he understands women’s 11th commandment (“Thou Shalt Not Judge Women”) and the 12th (“Thou Shalt Be True to Thyself”) and he knows the consequences for calling out a woman on her sin will be disastrous for his church and his career.

    If he preaches a true interpretation of the Pauline declarations of marriage (assuming he even knows what that is), he knows the hue and cry from the women will be deafening and he will be hauled to his bishop. He is terrified the women will leave his church, and take their families, volunteer time and their tithe money with them. He is terrified this will make him appear to his bishop like an ineffective, insensitive man and unfit for “ministry”.

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    1. I have been in churches where women refused to sit on the board. Do the husbands are on the board and they come to agreement in meetings and things all change for a few after the meeting when the wives that don’t officially want to be on the board work to overturn decisions.

      This is highly common, many women don’t want the perception of power or position that can be blamed for anything. But they want what they want done.

      So it seems men should be the figurehead to take the blame for these women’s bad choices. And to put through many of their ideas with a rubber stamp


      1. Easier said than done considering they want to be in everything. You really can’t avoid them altogether…you just have to mitigate the risks as best as possible.

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    1. Be very very careful and don’t do anything that can be misconstrued… don’t stand too close or touch a woman, even to comfort or hug… Paranoid? Sure. But one misstep can cost you your reputation!!!

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    2. Do nothing but the utmost propriety… Don’t hang around feminazis who will bite your head off either! Just keep your distance and make sure you have others around you. Try the Pence rule, and don’t be alone worth a woman behind a closed door as a man!

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        1. Only for uppity pro-life men who want to have an influence. Got to keep them down somehow. But keep voting for sensible pro-abortion men like Bill Clinton and Anthony Weiner and Elliot Spitzer, who support sex-trafficking abortion. Because priorities.


          Republicans are also facing a glaring gender gap on the generic ballot question, according to fresh Wall Street Journal-NBC News polling. From the Journal’s Janet Hook: “By 3 percentage points, men want Republicans rather than Democrats to control Congress, 47% to 44%. Women, by contrast, favor Democratic control by 25 percentage points — 58% to 33%. Among white voters, the gender disparity was the largest since 2008.”

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          1. Is it any wonder there’s more men (and even some women)…that think the 19th amendment was a huge mistake.


  9. Christ did not “lead” the church.
    It was not the job of the Head of the church to lead. It was His job to love, and set the example. And He did so, repeatedly – by calling out the woman at the well. By teaching. By rebuking. By spending time with the men and women He loved.
    But he never led them, per se. He just invited them to follow. The conditions were they had to follow of their own free will, they had to learn His expectations, and they had to do what He asked of them.
    It is not the job of the husband to lead. It is his job to love and care, and set the example. It is the job of the wife to FOLLOW: to obey, submit and respect. To follow of her own free will, to understand what her husband wants, and to do what he asks of her.

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  10. The Bible also teaches you how to live an exceptional life with impact. Not a fun life and how to barely enter heaven while pointing others to hell.

    As to morals I always believed live your Ur life as if being called to office as a politician or leader may be necessary one day. So of course be careful who you are around and what you do otherwise you lose options in life.

    For me I have chose no to run for political office, but it is because I chose to not becausI fear a background check on me


  11. Men’s ministries are a complete and utter joke. It’s nothing other than meet on a Saturday morning or something like that, eat crappy donuts, and listen to your pastor or one of the men pontificate to you about something. The entirety of men’s ministries is

    –Don’t watch porn

    –Don’t masturbate

    –if you’re single, don’t have sex and don’t think about sex

    –attraction is not about womens’ looks and if you think it is, you’re not a Christian man

    –Give your wives whatever they want

    –husbands are to have no expectations of, or boundaries whatsoever with, their wives – wives can do and say anything they want

    –how to “lead” your wife (despite the fact that there is no biblical injunction for husbands to lead their wives; the biblical requirement is for wives to follow husbands)

    –how you must love your wife as Christ loved the church and climbed on that cross for the church (with no concomitant instruction or message about wives’ obligation to submit to, obey, and respect their husbands in all things no matter what)

    –If you’re single, your job is to get married RIGHT NOW to one of the unmarried women attending church with you

    All of men’s ministries are all about



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    1. ‘how to “lead” your wife ‘

      Which is basically how to lead when you are serving/following your wife…instead of doing the things necessary to nourish and cherish her.


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