September 30, 2018

Dr. Ford is a Professional

David Dickinson

One thing I've not seen anyone address in the Ford allegations against Judge Kavanaugh is that Dr. Ford is a psychologist. If this is a hoax and her story is a complete fabrication, who better would know how far to go, what factors to include, what to exclude, what memories are the most compelling and what details need be left out because they can be used to dispute the allegation than a trained psychologist, particularly one with multiple degrees in the field? Dr. Ford certainly seemed to have a very selective memory and here's a point that stood out to me, that was missing. If Ford was assaulted at a party, remembered all the details about the encounter itself, the boys "ping-ponging off the walls", the music was turned up, the music was turned down, and most importantly that she thought she might "inadvertently" be killed, wouldn't she remember the getaway to freedom with exacting and lasting detail?




Fay Voshell weighs in:

Even if Dr. Ford is suffering from PTSD, the Senate is not a therapeutic body and the FBI is not led by psychiatrists who have a vested interest in excavating the past in order to determine the sources of her trauma. Her answers to her psychological and emotional problems lie elsewhere.

This circus is the direct result of a society that demands therapy and emotional healing from institutions that have nothing to do with either.

Jack Kemp adds:

Fay, to the "post modern" world, psychologists were the first New Clergy, but even they have some absolute standards they have to adhere to by law. So the left is now looking to establish a newer clergy, politicians. A political party, acting in place of psychologists, can give a type of absolution and redemption based on how many seemingly potential votes can be had on any issue being right or wrong, true or false. If enough of your political friends seem to agree with you (outside the voting booth), then you can assume you are right. It is similar to the products that advertise in magazines stating "As Seen on TV," as if that is proof that the products they push cure acne or produce lusterous hair or can train your dog not to bark or train you to make $10 million a year flipping real estate properties.


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