Social media reactions to Kavanaugh-Ford hearing

Christine Blasey Ford received social media support as she testified Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, alleging that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in the early 1980s.

Ford’s voice cracked as she recounted the attack.

“I believed he was going to rape me,” she said. “I tried to yell for help. When I did, Brett put his hand over my mouth to stop me from screaming.”

Kavanaugh has denied the accusations against him made by Ford and others.

As Ford testified against Kavanaugh Thursday — something she says she was “terrified” to do — advocates, political figures and a lawyer for another Kavanaugh accuser weighed in on social media.

See how lawmakers reacted to the event:

Lawmakers and public figures react to Ford testimony
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Lawmakers and public figures react to Ford testimony
From Debbie Ramirez: "Thinking of you today, Christine. They want us to feel alone and isolated but I’m there wra…
“I am terrified,” Dr. Blasey Ford says. Her voice is cracking. It is obvious that she does not want to do this. Wha…
Good luck to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford during her rigged Senate hearing. The GOP has already made a decision, but s…
Here we go... #WeBelieveDrFord #WeBelieveSurvivors #metooMVMT
Today we need to remember: Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and the others who have come forward have done so with incredi…
Far too few people are recognizing Dr. Ford’s sheer bravery in sharing her story today. That *must* not be overlook…
Democratic women of the House going to Senate to urge postponement for investigation!#KavanaughHearings
No one is asking the FBI to reach conclusions regarding the Kavanaugh sexual battery allegations. What we ARE askin…
It was good to hear Dr. Ford’s explanation of why she decided to send the letter in and why she waited before going…

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