When she turned on the news to watch Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony during the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings in late September, she wanted to vomit.

“When I first heard Christine do her testimony, I felt empowered by it because I thought she was going to have her platform, but Kavanaugh was so angry,” said the one-time Brazoria County resident, who we will call Amy to protect the identities of those involved. “It was like everyone thought a ‘good guy’ can’t be a rapist. Just because you’re a ‘good guy’ doesn’t mean you can’t be a rapist or an attempted rapist.

Elizabeth Parrish is the features writer for The Facts. She can be reached at 979-237-0149.

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