Senator Diane Feinstein keeps filling headlines with her comments on the Kavanaugh case. The Democrat tried to discredit the results of the FBI’s investigation on Thursday morning. She has been demanding a probe for the past few weeks, and said that the investigation was not complete because it did not include the testimony of some witnesses.
Did Feinstein forget that the Bureau talked to the witnesses named by Christine Ford. They all denied Ford’s comments on their attendance .
“We have seen even more press reports of witnesses who wanted to speak with the FBI but were not interviewed,” Senator Feinstein said.
In her press briefing, the Democrat talked about the bizarre conspiracy theory according to which the investigation was limited by Trump’s White House. “It looks to be the product of an incomplete investigation that was limited perhaps by the White House”, Feinstein added.
She also said that they need “more time” to conduct the investigation. So, why was she hiding Dr. Ford’s letter all these months? Geraldo Rivera could not remain silent, and gave the perfect response. “Democrats complaining about the lack of time for a full FBI investigation without placing the blame squarely on the shoulders of @SenFeinstein, who held #DrChristineBlaseyFord’s letter for weeks, are hypocrites,” he tweeted.
Democrats tried really hard to stop Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. Their attack was evil and no Democrat ever thought of the Kavanaugh family.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 4, 2018
“ Compared to early September, the number of Republicans feeling “extremely” interested in the upcoming election is up by 2 points in Arizona, up by 9 points in Indiana, up 8 points in both Missouri and North Dakota, and up 11 points in Tennessee. In each state, Republicans are now just as likely as Democrats to say they are extremely interested — erasing an edge Democrats had in several states last month,” reported the latest poll results from Fox News.
“It looks to be the product of an incomplete investigation that was limited perhaps by the White House,” Feinstein, ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said after reading the FBI report into allegations that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a woman decades ago pic.twitter.com/JRK4srILr1
— POLITICO (@politico) October 4, 2018
“The battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court might explain increased interest in the election among Republicans. And how incumbent Senate Democrats vote on Kavanaugh could tip tight races, especially in Missouri and North Dakota. Voting against his nomination hurts more than helps the Democrats in those states,” polls confirmed.