Mitch McConnell says that the FBI report on Kavanaugh will only be available to Senators and will not be made public. This is how they are usually handled McConnell says:
Despite calls to release it to the public, McConnell says that the FBI report on the Kavanaugh investigation will follow protocol and only be shared with senators. Not the public. (via CBS) pic.twitter.com/2h2a5tKHPD
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 2, 2018
With the way Democrats have mishandled these Ford allegations, I think that’s the last thing McConnell wants to be accused of doing. So he’s going to stay within the confines of their normal protocol.
But guess who agrees with McConnell? Dianne Feinstein:
Senators Feinstein and Coons say they don’t think the FBI report on Kavanaugh should be released publicly. Fmr FBI @joshscampbell says, “that’s going to be a nonstarter for the American people”: pic.twitter.com/WyB0WkEkBU— Brooke Baldwin (@BrookeBCNN) October 2, 2018
There’s no lingering questions just like there is no evidence of any wrongdoing. Ugh.
In any event, it doesn’t sound like we’re going to get to see the FBI report, and to be honest, with all that Kavanaugh has been put through, I’m fine with that. Just nominate him and leave him alone.