Dale Tavris -- World News Trust
Sept. 28, 2018
There are three passages from Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s courageous testimony that suggest, in my opinion, that Mark Judge prevented her from getting raped, or possibly even being killed:
I am aware that Mark Judge could be considered a party to a serious crime, that his laughing with his friend Kavanaugh about Kavanaugh’s violent assault on a 15-year-old girl was obscene, and that he is notorious for crude obscene comments against women. But I also believe that on balance he deserves credit for his role in preventing Christine Blasey from being raped or worse.
Now Judge emerges as the only eye-witness, other than the victim and the perpetrator, to the crime described in Dr. Blasey’s testimony. As such, his testimony is likely to be essential to convincing the U.S. Senate to vote “No” on the confirmation to the Supreme Court of a rapist who is likely to do severe damage to our country for decades to come.
At this time, Judge appears to be a very reluctant witness, and nobody knows if he will be willing to talk honestly, under oath, about what he witnessed. I would very much like to see him offered full immunity for his testimony and treated in a way that boosts his courage to do the right thing.
Since 2004 he has been actively involved in the national election reform movement, serving in a volunteer capacity with the Election Defense Alliance for a few years as their data coordinator.
He has written dozens of online articles about election fraud. In 2007 he co-authored a journal article on election fraud: “Fingerprints of Election Theft: Were Competitive Contests Targeted.”
Tavris has written and published three books, including two of a political nature: “The Unfulfilled Promise of the American Dream: The Widening Gap between the Reality of the United States and its Highest Ideals,” 2011; and “Democracy Undone: Unequal Representation, the Threat to our Election System, and the Impending Demise of American Democracy,” 2012.