The standards have shifted

Debra Katz believed Christine Blasey Ford “had challenged outdated social norms and had only been able to do so because the #MeToo movement had given her a window, because standards had already shifted,” Jody Kantor and Megan Twohey write in their book She Said.

“Things have qualitatively changed,” Katz said. ”The institutions have not changed. The Senate has not changed. The power of this country is aggregated in the White House and in the Senate. But that doesn’t say that this movement is a failure.”

“I’m not saying the movement is a failure,” Banks added. “I’m saying despite the power of the movement, the results seem to be the same.”

Debra Katz and Lisa Banks represented Christine Blasey Ford in the hearings for Brett Kanvanaugh

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