Is Blasey-Ford is a CIA Asset?

Elder Patriot – What if Christine Blasey-Ford, the woman who accused President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, wasn’t the author of the letter that was sent under her name to Senator Dianne Feinstein?

Follow the surfacing evidence and decide for yourself.

Everyone agrees that Blasey-Ford shows obvious signs of a psychologically damaged person.  Why do we stop at sexual assault as the reason for her obvious emotional problems?

It has been known for some time, though not widely publicized by the state-authorized media, that the CIA has run a mind control program, known as MK-Ultra.  The first congressional investigation into this program we found began on August 3, 1977.

According to Brice Taylor, she was a victim of the MK-Ultra Monarch Program that programmed her to be an on-demand sex-slave.  She chronicled her story in a book she wrote, Thanks for the Memories, in which she reveals how powerful men were able to sexually abuse her after being programmed to accept it through ritual abuse and mind control.

According to multiple online sources Taylor, after having assumed the name Susan Eckhart Ford became an expert (BA, BCIAC-EEG) in neurofeedback, electroshock and other interventions intended to alter the psychological makeup of the target, wrote an important scientific paper, Neurofeedback and Other Interventions for Patients with Ritual Abuse, Mind Control, and Dissociative Disorders.

Taylor is not the only “graduate” of Project Monarch to come forward.

Cathy O’Brien described the sexual assault against her committed by Hillary Clinton in her book, Trance Formation of America.

A web page that is purported to report Cathy O’Brien’s story reprints this page from that book:

For considerably more detail click here.  

Following Christine Blasey-Ford’s completely unsubstantiated accusation against Judge Kavanaugh, and taking into account her obviously distressed mental state, additional connections to Ford have surfaced.

Under questioning by experienced sex crimes prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, Ford admitted that she wrote the letter while staying with a friend in Rehoboth, Delaware.  

MITCHELL: The second is the letter that you wrote to Senator Feinstein, dated the — July 30th of this year.  Did you write the letter yourself?

FORD: I did.

MITCHELL: And I — since it’s dated July 30th, did you write it on that date?

FORD: I believe so. I — it sounds right. I was in Rehoboth, Delaware, at the time. I could look into my calendar and try to figure that out. It seemed…

MITCHELL: Was it written on or about that date?

FORD: Yes, yes. I traveled, I think, the 26th of July to Rehoboth, Delaware. So that makes sense, because I wrote it from there.

MITCHELL: Is the letter accurate?

FORD: I’ll take a minute to read it.

Mitchell is either the luckiest interrogator ever, or she went in to question Ford with far more knowledge of Ford, and Ford’s history, than anyone anticipated.

We previously discussed how Mitchell got Ford to perjure herself when she denied “ever giving tips or advice to somebody who was looking to take a polygraph test.”

It turns out the friend she advised, at least according to Ford’s boyfriend of six years, was Monica McLean.  McLean spent 24 years with the FBI and DOJ before retiring in 2016. According to internet searches, McLean lives in Rehoboth.

Ford admitted to being in Rehoboth beginning on July 26th but the letter, attributed to Ford, that contained the Kavanaugh accusations was dated July 30th.  What transpired between McLean and Ford during those four days?

Did McLean convince Ford to either, write the letter with her coaching, or write the letter herself and have Ford sign it?  

Was Ford a dormant CIA mind control asset that was activated by McLean?  Am I the only one who thought it odd that Ford had to review the letter before confirming the accuracy of it?

Let’s take a dive into who Monica McLean is and who her associates are:

Oh, my!  David Laufman is now McLean’s lawyer.

It appears the attorney for McLean not only worked for Preet Bharara and was a Schumer staffer but Laufman is also:

Laufman was Deputy Asst. Attorney General in charge of counterintelligence – DOJ National Security Division,until he resigned on February 7, 2018. Laufman “played a leading role in the Clinton email server and Russian hacking investigations.”  

In his former position, Laufman was involved and holds knowledge of the FISA “Title-1” surveillance program that was weaponized against Trump campaign officials.  Laufman also had close contact with former Asst. Deputy Attorney Bruce Ohr; husband of Fusion GPS employee Nellie Ohr.

In other words, Laufman has a boatload to hide and a lot of former colleagues (co-conspirators?) at the FBI and DOJ-NSD counting on him to successfully counter President Trump before Trump drops the declassification sledgehammer on all of them.

The questions that need to be answered:

  • Is Christine Ford a graduate of the CIA’s mind control program and does she remain an asset of the corrupt agency?

Yoichi Shimatsu has concluded: “Her (Ford’s) feigning to be a trauma victim turned out to be a pathetic amateur-hour stunt, scaring only those congressional leaders who’ve been entrapped by the CIA-NSA dirty bag of tricks including homosexual pedophilia, bisexual orgies and other compromising positions”.

Read his entire article Blasey Ford Is An Old School Vampire From MK-ULTRA by clicking here.

  • Is her “friend” Monica McLean actually her handler?  Here she is at the Kavanaugh hearing where Ford read her testimony including the letter she claimed to have written herself:

According to the Wall Street Journal the FBI has text messages from Ms. McLean to witness Leland Keyser (previously identified by Christine Ford), directing her to modify statements more favorable to Ms. Ford.

“A friend of Christine Blasey Ford told FBI investigators that she felt pressured by Dr. Ford’s allies to revisit her initial statement that she knew nothing about an alleged sexual assault by a teenage Brett Kavanaugh …”

“Leland Keyser … told investigators that Monica McLean, a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and a friend of Dr. Ford’s, had urged her to clarify her statement.”

Oh, my!