I got the Norman Bates Vibe From Mrs.Ford very cunning having or showing skill in achieving one's ends by deceit or evasion.persuade (someone) to do or believe something, typically by use of a deception.She is skilled in these things and she needs to be investigated all the way back to her childhood Period because this right here has become the twilight zone. My Prayers go's out for Mr Kavanaugh and his beautiful family this is a disgrace and the Dem's should be a shame of themselves for character assassination!!! It is just sickening .
Wickedness abounds and we the people can make are voices heard when we vote this November!!!
The typical Englishman finishes his breakfast of toast and marmalade, the first recorded recipe for marmalade in the United Kingdom is credited to a Mrs. Keiller of Dundee, Scotland. He then slips into his raincoat patented by Charles MacIntosh from Glasgow, Scotland.
He walks to his office along an English lane which is surfaced by tarmac, in America it’s referred to as blacktop, invented by John Loudon MacAdam of Ayr, Scotland-or he could drive his English car which is fitted with pneumatic tyres, patented by Jon Boyd Dunlop, of Dreghorn, Scotland. Before he acquired a car he used to travel to his office by train which was powered by a steam engine invented by James Watt of Greenock, Scotland,
In his office he deals with the mail bearing adhesive stamps invented by John Chalmers, of Dundee, Scotland, and makes frequent use of the telephone, an invention by the famous American, Alexander Graham Bell, who was born in Edinburgh, Scotland.
At home in the evening he dines on his favourite traditional roast beef from Aberdeen angus, raised in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and then watches a program on the television, an invention of John Logie Baird, of Helensburgh, Scotland, about John Paul Jones, father of the United States Navy, who was born in Kirkbean, Scotland. Meanwhile, his son prefers to read Treasure Island written by Robert Louis Stevenson, who was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, while his daughter plays in the garden with her bicycle, an invention of Kirkpatrick MacMillan of Thornhill, Scotland.
It is impossible for an Englishman to escape the ingenuity of the Scots!
In desperation he could turn to the bible only to find that the first person mentioned in the good book is a Scot, King James VI, who authorized its translation from Latin to English. He could, of course, take to drink, but then, Scotland makes the finest whisky in the world. Nearing the end of his tether he could uplift a rifle to end it all, but the breech-loading rifle was invented by Captain Patrick Ferguson, of Pitfours, Scotland.
Anyway, if he escaped death he could find himself injected with penicillin to prevent infection, a discovery made by Sir Alexander Fleming, a Bacteriologist from Darvel, Scotland, or he could be given Chloroform, an anaesthetic first used by Sir James Young Simpson, of Bathgate, Scotland.
Out of the an aesthetic his mood would not be improved if his Surgeon told him that he was as safe as the Bank of England, which was founded by William Paterson of Dumfries, Scotland.
Now, I don’t know about you, but I am thinking that, perhaps, in order to gain some peace of mind, he should most probably request a transfusion of guid Scottish blood.
an ex boyfriend of her's has told the FBI that he witnessed with his own eyes Ford coaching a client on polygraphs..
she testified under oath to the Judicial Committee that she had never coached anyone on polygraphs when asked..
this c**t needs investigated and charged with a felony..she has perjured herself on more than one of her answers while under oath