Hearings Just Started, Twitter Already Packed with Support for Christine Blasey Ford

Postings on social media indicate the prepackaged backing for accuser of Judge Brett Kavanaugh — nominee hasn't yet spoken

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Dr. Christine Blasey Ford had not come close to finishing her testimony on Thursday morning when people on Twitter began sharing their opinions, their reaction, their commentary, indignation — and, of course, from so many people on the Left, blanket support for her and so much more.

Here’s a snapshot of what’s already out on social media as of 11:25 a.m.

“Today’s hearing reminds us that to really tell a woman’s story, one must begin with a 15-minute preamble from an elderly man about why her story is suspicious. #KavanaughHearings,” said Samantha Bee.

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“Far too few people are recognizing Dr. Ford’s sheer bravery in sharing her story today. That *must* not be overlooked. #BelieveSurvivors #KavanaughHearings,” noted House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).

“Tears are streaming down my face as I listen to the compelling, credible testimony of the brave, brave, brave Christine Blasey Ford. #KavanaughHearings,” said Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.).

LGBT rights activist and Army veteran Charlotte Clymer tweeted, “Sen. Cory Booker [D-N.J.]  just walked over and handed Dr. Blasey Ford coffee. What a class act. #KavanaughHearings.”

“It is so cruel that Dr. Ford has to not only relive her trauma, but also answer questions about it under extreme pressure, while millions watch. She is incredibly brave. #KavanaughHearings,” said Rashad Robinson.

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