CNN’s Jake Tapper has expressed reservations over the lack of corroborating evidence in Dr. Ford’s testimony. The Daily Wire reports:
On Thursday morning, CNN’s Jake Tapper, speaking with colleague Wolf Blitzer, frankly stated that despite all the furious allegations hurled at Judge Brett Kavanaugh, there are “no contemporaneous corroborating evidence for any of the charges” against Kavanaugh.
Tapper began by reminiscing about the confirmation of Justice Clarence Thomas in 1991. He stated:
“We all remember where we were during Clarence Thomas. I mean I have vivid memories, I think I was 22 years old, of “high tech lynching of an uppity black man,” of Professor Hill’s charges, of Arlen Specter, the late senator from Pennsylvania, attacking Ted Kennedy, the late senator from Massachusetts, saying, “The women from America don’t need to hear Ted Kennedy when it comes to women.””
Tapper continued, “This really is a historic moment. This is gonna be something that we all remember years, if not decades, from now – where we were and the coverage of it.”
Although Ford has seemed credible, it does lack corroborating evidence.