Senator Dianne Feinstein knew about these allegations in July. She made no attempt to ask Kavanaugh about them, even in closed session. If she believed the allegations were true or credible, she should have acted on them.
California Senator Dianne Feinstein has from the very beginning of these proceedings conducted herself and through her office in a manner that is outrageous to everyone who is not a pro-abortion Liberal. She knew about the allegation from Christine Blasey Ford since July, and did nothing until the time came to vote on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Dianne Feinstein could have, without making Ford’s name public, conducted a complete and through investigation of her claims against Brett Kavanaugh, but she chose not to. Why? So she could spring it as an “October Surprise” on the Republicans. All this drama and all this intrigue was intentionally created by Feinstein and the Democrats.
Just look at how she is cornering swing voter, Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski, in the hallway, in the hours leading up to the Kavanaugh vote. And in an amazing ‘coincidence’, Murkowski changed her mind at the last minute today and sided with Democrats in calling for an FBI investigation into Kavanaugh.
Look at the deeply-held and steaming anger on the face of Dianne Feinstein as she glares into the terrified face of Senator Murkowski. You are witnessing a display of raw, naked power as it emanates forth to accomplish its dark mission. You are looking at the face of evil. This is what politics in 2018 has devolved into. We are one baby step away from torches and pitchforks.
Lindsey Graham unloads on Dianne Feinstein and the mob tactics of the Democrats
FROM THE LA TIMES: I honestly have no idea how to reach a confident conclusion about any of this. There are just way too many missing jigsaw puzzle pieces to make out the picture. The only thing I am sure of now is that Sen. Dianne Feinstein has behaved outrageously. Because no matter what you choose to believe, she waited too long to reveal the accusation.
Feinstein knew about these allegations in July. She made no attempt to ask Kavanaugh about them, even in closed session. If she believed the allegations were true or credible, she should have acted on them. If she didn’t — as has been reported — going public as a desperate ploy to derail or delay his confirmation is an act of grotesque cynicism, particularly when she had no idea whether Kavanaugh’s accuser would come forward.
Feinstein’s gambit may pay off. Republicans are understandably wary of cross-examining an alleged victim of sexual assault, particularly ahead of the midterms, given that the GOP is bleeding support among moderate female voters.
But the conservative base also remembers the slander of Judge Robert Bork and has no appetite to surrender to such tactics ever again. If the White House or Senate Republicans do surrender, the populist rage from the right will be terrifying.
So congratulations, Sen. Feinstein, you’ve done the unimaginable: You’ve made our politics even uglier. READ MORE