Washington, D.C. attorney Joe diGenova cryptically suggested that Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, is about to be exposed in a news report about her life — and that report will include damaging information about her relationship with members of the PGA Tour, bizarrely enough.
“This is a joke. She is absolutely unreliable as a witness. And tonight, all over the country, PGA Tour members are talking about her,” diGenova told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham Thursday night.
“I can only tell you this. There is more news coming out every day about Dr. Ford,” he said later in the show. “The Washington Post is doing a biography on her right now, and in the course of doing so — they contacted, at her request, members of the PGA Tour — one of whom told the Post, ‘I don’t think you really want to talk to me.'”
He didn’t provide any other details.
Joe diGenova claims The Washington Post is doing a biography of Dr. Ford and: "they contacted at her request members of the PGA tour. One of them whom told the Post, I don't think you really want to talk to me." pic.twitter.com/E1qRrF3iMg
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Toward the end of the show, diGenova said, “I’m for calling in outside witnesses. I want all the PGA golfers who have anything to say about her brought in to testify.”
Nonplussed, Ingraham asked, “OK, go go to her character?” He repeated, “Bring in the PGA golfers to testify about her. She has put her character at issue. Bring in those golfers! Bring in those golfers!”
Laughing, Ingraham said, “Everyone’s wondering, googling LPGA, is it LPGA or PGA?”
DiGenova replied, “It’s PGA. It’s the men. Bring in the golfers!”
When Democrat Scott Bolden said there needs to be an investigation that includes the investigators from the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s sex crimes unit, diGenova interrupted, “You’ve got to send for the golfers first!”