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Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford Wins Person Of The Year Award

Dean James at Right Wing Tribune

A national partnership group called ‘Raliance’ aiming to end sexual violence announced that it is honoring Christine Blasey Ford with its person of the year award.

Out of all the people in the world these lunatics picked her? What a joke.

You undoubtably remember her from her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the fall of 2018 where she accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of having sexually assaulted her (after coaching from democrats.)

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Raliance said in a statement that “Ford is a passionate and public champion for survivors of sexual assault.”

“Her testimony in the confirmation hearings of Justice Brett Kavanaugh had a global impact on how we respond to and support survivors of sexual assault. Dr. Ford’s sacrifice in sharing her experience, and the difficulties she subsequently endured, brought much needed attention to the importance of supporting and believing survivors,” the statement continues.

Ford ultimately did not provide enough information to indict Kavanaugh, but was subsequently hailed as a hero by many sexual assault advocacies and #METOO proponents, The Daily Caller reports. Since then, Ford has faced a large amount of death threats and has had to change homes for fears of her safety.

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Raliance attempts to stop sexual violence through research, policy and supportive programs. They advertise themselves as “a national partnership dedicated to ending sexual violence in one generation.”

Raliance is also honoring Democratic Wisconsin Rep. Gwen Moore with their Policy Maker Award, in honor of her “tireless advocate for women’s rights and civil rights issues, including sexual assault, domestic violence and women’s health.” In addition, they are honoring Tony West, the chief legal officer at Uber as a Corporate Innovator, and Indira Henard, the executive director of the D.C. Rape Crisis Center.

Awardees will attend a ceremony in Washington, D.C. next week.

So there you go- The Person Of The Year…



God Bless.

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