Christine Ford’s Criminal Record Mysteriously Scrubbed From Internet 3 Weeks Before Letter To Feinstein

Christine Blasey Ford's criminal record was mysteriously scrubbed from the Internet three weeks before her letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein.  

Christine Blasey Ford’s criminal record was mysteriously scrubbed from the Internet three weeks before her letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein.  

Ms Ford lived in Potomac, Maryland in 1985. During that summer, on June 14, she was arrested in a traffic stop and issued a ticket in Catawba County North Carolina.

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: She was charged with a traffic misdemeanor – no big deal.  It was disposed on Sept 11, 1985.

But there’s more.

There were two other cases on June 17, 1985 (Monday).  They were also in Catawba County on a different day and are under case type – CRIMINAL.   This might be the same case, but two different records were given.

The interesting thing about these two cases against Christine Blasey Ford is that they were last updated on July 7, 2018.

In her testimony Ford said she contacted the Washington Post tip line (and Democrat lawmakers) on July 6th.

That is why July 7th, 2018 is so coincidental.

Is that when they were expunged?

Ford’s letter to Rep. Eschoo and Senator Feinstein was dated on July 30, 2018 and signed by Christine Blasey.

Here is the record from July 7, 2018.

Here is another record of the charges.

And here are the charges against Christine Blasey from Friday June 14, 1985.