California Democrat Dianne Feinstein and her office have finally released what they claim to be the unredacted letter accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of a 36-year-old sexual assault. The letter is said to have been written by Christine Blasey Ford. It has been said that Feinstein’s office first received the letter in July. Last week, the letter was leaked to the media. This past Sunday, the letter was released by Feinstein’s office to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Schumer’s office.
Senator Grassley released the letter that Feinstein’s office claimed to be unredacted to the public later on Sunday evening. There was something off about the letter, and it didn’t go unnoticed.
When you look closely at the letter, it becomes clear that the font in the second paragraph doesn’t match the font of the rest of the letter.
Political commentator and author Paul Sperry noted the discrepancy in fonts soon after the letter was released by Grassley’s office.
Sperry wrote, “BREAKING: In the original unreacted letter Feinstein finally gave to Grassley, the size of the font of first line of the second paragraph (“Brett Kavanaugh physically and sexually assaulted me during High School in the early 1980’s”) is strangely larger than the rest of the text.”
BREAKING: In the original unreacted letter Feinstein finally gave to Grassley, the size of the font of first line of the second paragraph ("Brett Kavanaugh physically and sexually assaulted me during High School in the early 1980's") is strangely larger than the rest of the text
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 24, 2018
JUST IN: Senate Judiciary Cmte. Chairman Grassley releases original letter that Dr. Ford first sent to Sen. Feinstein, as well as Feinstein's letter to Grassley. pic.twitter.com/SbYswpltpV
— NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) September 24, 2018
The Gateway Pundit provided a reader’s response to the “unredacted” letter. The user wrote about the obvious discrepancy saying:
I’m no expert on font etc but to me it looks like the name Kavanaugh is different too. In one of them the “a” is right up against the “K”. In another, the line of the “u” is taller than the others. In another, the letters are uneven. Maybe it’s just the copy but it seems like a computer or typewriter would always be the same spacing, etc. It’s been my experience that those “discrepancies” occur when someone tries to change a document. Just wondering if anyone else sees this?
This is damning evidence!