Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s class of high school students memorialized their hard-partying ways in the pages of their yearbooks back in the early 1980s — including references to “outrunning pigs” and vomiting.
But take a look specifically at the entries by “Blas” herself, as she was known back then. This deserves scrutiny, given that Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh is currently being raked over the coals about his decades-old yearbook from his years at Georgetown Prep. (See image just below, from the yearbook itself, with some phrases highlighted for emphasis.)
There are blatant references to “candy kitchen” (meaning at Rehoboth Beach), “pass out in John” (the bathroom), “barf on wall,” “wizz” (pee) “in showers,” “pass out in garage,” “welcome to Tastee Diner” (a late-night spot for food after drinking), and much more.
Apparently of little or no interest to the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee is that right across town from Bethesda, Maryland’s Georgetown Prep, the girls of Holton-Arms, an all-girls private academy also in Bethesda, were engaging in some suspect activity of their own — and enshrining it in their yearbooks for everyone to see.
The Holton-Arms students were having quite the time during high school. Also noted in the yearbook: “IloveMr.Scottsweewee [I love Mr. Scott’s wee-wee],” and “barf on walls.”
On Monday night’s Fox News show “The Ingraham Angle,” host Laura Ingraham told her viewers that her show had obtained copies of three Holton-Arms yearbooks.
“It’s like a walk down memory lane,” she said, holding up the books.
Additionally, a staffer for the Senate Judiciary Committee, speaking anonymously prior to last week’s emotional hearings, told RealClearInvestigations  that Ford’s yearbooks could cast doubt on her character and that she “[would] not make a good witness.”
The anonymous source also noted that the annual class books feature a photo of an underage Ford attending at least one party alongside a caption boasting of girls passing out from binge drinking.
Shown above, also from the Holton-Arms yearbook, is Christine Blasey Ford’s pal Leland Keyser (previously Ingham), who disputed Ford’s memory of the party at which she — Ford — claims Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. Keyser said she never met Kavanaugh; she was interviewed by the FBI.
These yearbooks also openly reference sexually promiscuous behavior by the girls — including “targeting boys at Kavanaugh’s alma mater, Georgetown Prep.”
The yearbook photos also include, according to Vox :
- references to “sexually promiscuous behavior” by girls at Holton-Arms, including with boys at Georgetown Prep;
- beer bottles, beer cans and scenes of boys and girls drinking at parties;
- a photo of Ford and other girls at a Halloween party alongside a caption boasting of “pass[ing] out” after playing “Quarters” and other binge-drinking games
- the young Holton-Arms students dressed as Playboy bunnies and posing seductively atop desks, with their skirts hiked up
Other evidence indicates Ford, a popular cheerleader at the time in question, was “immersed in an alcohol-fueled party culture,” said RealClearInvestigations, and no stranger to “keg parties” or the “bar scene” along the Maryland and Delaware coast.
Ford was apparently known as a “party girl” on the Delaware shore, another source with direct knowledge of the congressional investigation said, as RealClearInvestigations reported.
One section of a yearbook, titled “While the Parents Were Out,” referred to partying with boys at area house parties where kids got so drunk they “ruined” their parents’ “heirloom Persian rugs” with their vomit.
1982 Holton Arms yearbook, page 31. Christine Blasey (Ford) was an ‘84. pic.twitter.com/g6Vlm3k2Co 
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) October 1, 2018 
“The tenth grade taught us how to party,” girls bragged in another section , noting, “Loss of consciousness is often an integral part of the party scene.”
Many of the images and captions referenced by RealClearInvestigations do not appear to directly include Ford, noted Vox.
Additionally, there are reports that evidence of student behavior at Blasey Ford’s own alma mater is somehow now “disappearing” from the web, as American Thinker reported .
The yearbook of Holton-Arms High School was scrubbed from the web on Sept. 17, 2018, that publication reported.
A website called The Cult of the 1st Amendment, which archived yearbook pages, made them available for public consumption.
“Now, most curiously, The Cult of the 1st Amendment has disappeared from its host, Blogspot, which happens to be owned by Google,” noted American Thinker.
“It has been ‘removed.'”
Watch this video about the Holton-Arms yearbook from “The Ingraham Angle”: