Well....One is psychological (fear of flying and fear of public speaking), the peanut thing is physiological. Could not be further from each other.
Yes it is a phobia. Thankyou. Ever had a panic attack? - this would be a similar thing.
So once again: You cant have the job and interests she has and not travel, for sure some of the travel is discretionary, but again many people who fear flying, fly, - they overcome it. get it?
But I'm not the one walking into a court to testify that someone caused my fear of flying 35 years ago - and that it has subsequently become a very disabling condition.
Get it? She lied about how disabling the condition was - she said she was unable to get on the plane to go to California to testify against the appointment without the help of several friends who accompanied her to the airport. Apparently on that occasion Dr Blasey Ford needed people to cuddle and cheer her on as she got on that scary, frightening aircraft.
Which makes you ask the question: If she was going on holidays does she need to same cheer squad to see her off at the airport? Apparently not, she testified herself that she didn't have a problem with flying for holidays. See what's going on here? Her fear of flying suddenly flared up from being a phobia to a full-on disabling condition when she need to fly to California to testify against Kavanaugh's appointment but apparently had remained well hidden for most of her adult life. What a convenient disability, one that only emerges when you're going to court to testify how disabling it is.
Can you see now why they threw out what she was saying?