As Twitchy reported earlier, TIME magazine released its list of the 100 most influential people, and progressives like actress Jessica Chastain were not happy to see Justice Brett Kavanaugh in the same issue as his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.

It turns out that 2020 presidential candidate Kamala Harris, who called for Kavanaugh’s nomination “to be immediately withdrawn,” wrote the text for Blasey Ford’s profile. Take a look and see if you notice what’s missing from TIME’s tweet:

“She forced the country to reckon with an issue that has too often been ignored and kept in the dark,” Harris writes. But … did Blasey Ford tell the truth about her sexual assault by Kavanaugh? Maybe it’s in the magazine. The text is short enough that we can embed the whole thing here:

Her story, spoken while holding back tears, shook Washington and the country. Her courage, in the face of those who wished to silence her, galvanized Americans. And her unfathomable sacrifice, out of a sense of civic duty, shined a spotlight on the way we treat survivors of sexual violence.

Christine Blasey Ford’s ambition wasn’t to become a household name or make it onto this list. She had a good life and a successful career—and risked everything to send a warning in a moment of grave consequence.

At her core, she is a teacher. And through her courage, she forced the country to reckon with an issue that has too often been ignored and kept in the dark.

That’s all well and good, but was she telling the truth, Sen. Harris? You don’t say.

She did seem to withhold judgment on Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, saying that the claims against him needed to be investigated. What happened to “believe women”?

One more time: Is she being honored for “raising awareness” of sexual assault, or was she telling the truth? What do you say now, Sen. Harris? TIME just gave you a chance to tell the world the truth, and you didn’t take it. You certainly seemed convinced while Kavanaugh’s confirmation was still on the line …