Feinstein Blasts ‘Incomplete’ FBI Probe: Most Notable Part of Report is ‘What’s Not In It’
On Thursday, Senate Judiciary Committee ranking Democrat Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) delivered a statement condemning the FBI’s “incomplete” investigation of Brett Kavanaugh‘s alleged sexual misconduct.
Speaking alongside Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Feinstein denounced how the investigation was conducted, saying it didn’t have enough time and neglected to interview numerous witnesses relevant to the Kavanaugh allegations saga.
“What I can say is that the most notable part of this report is what’s not in it,” Feinstein said. “It looks to be a product of an incomplete investigation that was limited, perhaps by the White House.”
Feinstein went on to say that the White House “blocked the FBI from doing its job” between the limited investigation scope and by now disclosing documents earlier about Kavanaugh’s service during the George W. Bush presidency. She also argued that the FBI should’ve spoken to Christine Blasey Ford since her testimony last week is “not a substitute” for a conversation with federal investigators.
Watch above, via CNN.
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