On Justice with Judge Jeanine on Saturday, her monologue tore into Democrats over their preposterous, childish, futile efforts in Senate confirmation hearings on Judge Kavanaugh and his nomination to the Supreme Court. She actually had some excellent questions. You have to sift through and sit through the typical Jeanine loudmouth trash-talk and invective to find these good questions, but they are nevertheless good ones.
For example, addressing Feinstein directly, she asked:
“Diane, when you get the letter, what do you do to make sure it’s real?”
“Did you even speak to this alleged person?”
“Did you meet with her, talk with her, interview her?”
“Did you ask her to meet with others?”
“Why would you wait to even send it to the FBI?”
By implication and/or indirectly, she also posed these others.
Why didn’t this come up in six FBI investigations conducted to vet him?
Why didn’t you ask about it during the hearing when you had the opportunity to ask?
“As the ranking member of the committee interviewing Kavanaugh,” she said, “how could you let a moment pass without addressing the issue when Kavanaugh was in right front of you and would have had the opportunity to respond? What were you thinking? Are you stupid? Why would you let it go?”
She answered that with her own theory. “Let me tell you why you let it go. Even you didn’t believe it. What other reason could there be?
Yes, it’s all buried in typical Judge Jeanine apocalyptic tones, but that does not make the questions invalid. They deserve answers.