An Explanation for the Two Doors at the Home of Christine Blasey Ford and Other Mysteries Revealed

The truth cat makes a case for casting doubt on the claims of Christine Blasey Ford: none of her witnesses corroborated her story, she didn’t remember who invited her to the party or how she got back to her home seven miles away.  In addition, she has refused to hand over her therapist’s notes to the GOP and FBI.  Blasey Ford claimed that she remodeled her home to include a second front door because she felt claustrophobic as a result of the alleged incident with Kavanaugh in the 1980s.  According to a 2008 home renovation magazine, Blasey Ford added a new bathroom and bedroom to her home, along with a second door.  Zoning laws require a separate entrance door in order to rent out the basement, but it appears she did not get the permits, which would potentially make the modifications to her home illegal.  However, there is a loophole for victims of sexual assault who suffer from anxiety, which requires only a note from a therapist.

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