Surprise: Democrats Already Questioning Scope Of FBI Investigation

It’s never enough for this crowd


Key Democrats Question Scope of FBI Probe Into Brett Kavanaugh

Democrats on the House and Senate judiciary panels are questioning the scope of an FBI investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, saying a limited inquiry could taint his appointment and open the door for future probes.

“I hope the FBI has free hands over the next week to investigate, and that certainly means to call in all the relevant witnesses,” Representative Jerrold Nadler, the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”

“If they don’t, that’s a real problem,” he said, adding: “If he is on the Supreme Court and the Senate hasn’t investigated, then the House will have to.”

Nadler’s remarks follow news reports that the FBI won’t investigate the claims of a third woman who’s alleged sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh, and that other topics may be off-limits as well.

That 3rd woman’s claim, this being Julie Swetnick, is utterly absurd and not credible in the least. Regardless, we’re seeing that Democrats will not support the results of the FBI probe regardless, and, if they win the House, they will bring endless partisan investigations. And that they will most likely demand even more time to investigate now prior to any Senate confirmation vote. For which the vast majority stated they would vote against Judge Kavanaugh the minute he was nominated. They’re trying to run the clock out.

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2 Responses to “Surprise: Democrats Already Questioning Scope Of FBI Investigation”

  1. formwiz says:

    Looks like the Feds will be done tomorrow. And guess what, the polls are going against the Demos.

    PS Nadler is a fat, publicity-hungry loudmouth. He knows the House has no authority, but it’s what the troops want to hear.

  2. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    ‘The goal posts keep shifting. But the goal hasn’t moved an inch. The time for endless delay and obstruction has come to a close,’ McConnell said
    He added: ‘We’ll be voting this week’
    That vote will likely be Friday or Saturday.

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