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A lawyer for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who's accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when they were teenagers, says her client could testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week if an agreement can be reached on the conditions in which Ford would testify.

On Thursday's show,Todd Starnes discussed the allegations with attorney and Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News columnist Christine Flowers.

Flowers who says women, including Dr. Ford, should not be believed, simply because of their gender.  Listen, as Flowers explains why she thinks the #MeToo movement -has gone too far and is an assault on men's due process.

 "Okay let's believe the woman but what about the Scottsboro boys back in 1931. Let's believe the woman, what about Tawana Brawley? Let's believe the woman. Let's put some flowers on the grave of Emmett Till.  Let's believe the woman, what about the Duke Lacrosse players? Let's believe the woman, what about the UVA rape scandal? When you say let's believe the woman in a vacuum like that, simply because you are trying to do some social engineering, you're gonna wind up with some people who are accused of crimes they did not commit."