BREAKING: Is the accusation against Kavanaugh the culmination of a set-up from 2012?

Holy cowskis!

This is so Machiavellian that ol’ Nicco must be laughing himself silly.

If this dot-connecting post from bloggerette Bookworm over at Bookworm Room blog is el-correcto then the whole she-bang is a Long Game set up going back to Mitten’s failed 2012 run.

The essence:

In 2012, Romney might have won the election. In 2012, Toobin stoked Democrat fears that Kavanaugh, a conservative, might get on the Supreme Court and overturn Obamacare. And in 2012, Ford, a psychotherapist who undoubtedly had years of prior therapy herself, suddenly can’t stop talking about her hitherto undisclosed claim that Kavanaugh was a bad boy almost 30 years before.

So here’s the question: What do you think the odds are that, when Romney seemed within striking distance of the White House, and Kavanaugh seemed like a potential Supreme Court nominee, Ford came up with a story about Kavanaugh trying to rape her? Knowing Democrat fanaticism as we do, it’s easy to imagine that, in 2012, while Ford couldn’t go back in time to 1983 to make contemporaneous claims she could still try to lend an air of verisimilitude to her otherwise unconvincing narrative by concocting a tale for a therapist, thereby creating a “just in case” record.

If this supposition is true, Ford positioned herself  so that, during a potential future Romney administration, she could torpedo a Kavanaugh nomination.

Look, you gotta read the whole post over there (Bookworm Room) to appreciate the Con and the brilliance of this bloggette who put the pieces together.

Bookworm may go down as being the 2018 equivalent of the guy with the iPhone vid of Hillary being sack-of-potato tossed into the van.

H/T to Ed Driscoll @ Instapundit for the original catch of the Bookworm Room post.

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