The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing room is prepared for Thursday’s scheduled testimony by Christine Blasey Ford on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.
A note that read, “Good luck, Dr. Ford” – on the left of the witness table of the Senate Judiciary Committee room hours before she was scheduled to testify on Thursday, after an appeal, the photo, taken on Wednesday.
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is a witness to the sentence, at 10 o’clock on the allegations of sexual assault against Kavanaugh.
“Good luck to you, Dr. Ford,” expects Christine Blasey Ford on the witness table in the Thursday interrogation room https://t.co/8wIOud5koX
— Roll call (@rollcall) on September 27, 2018
A photographer for the publication, the review of the lighting and angle in the meeting room, when he noticed the note hand-written in blue ink.
To be the note seemed to be, a “United States Senate” stationary, but it was not known who wrote it.
Aide-de-camp told a reporter that the Senate judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley from the pen of the note, according to ABC News.
But Grassley, the employee told the station that the senator did not write, in fact, the note, The San Francisco Chronicle reported.
Some interpreted the reference to a form of intimidation, while others it saw as an encouraging. The note was later removed, the report said.
Amy Lieu is a news editor and a reporter for Fox News.