Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) urged a thorough investigation
Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) appeared on CNN’s “The Situation Room,” saying the FBI investigation into Kavanaugh’s alleged sexual misconduct should also probe “what kind of parties” he went to as a teenager.
Hirono urged for a ‘through’ investigation stating that the FBI needs to determine what kind of an investigation it should be.
“I just found out just reasonable recently that the committee is asking for an investigation and that the White House is going to go along with it. I think that there now will be an effort to better define what kind of an investigation it should be. Even if I know that you reported that it is up to the FBI, but the FBI does have some parameters that I think we can describe. And I would like to make sure that at least the three credible reports are investigated. ”
“And we also need to know, what kind of parties did he go to? And clearly Mark Judge needs to be questioned very carefully because I think that he very much skated over all of the allegations of the kind of drinking he did, almost to the point of passing out, as some people who are very close to Judge Kavanaugh have testified during both his high school, as well as his college years.”
She added, “As far as I’m concerned, the FBI investigation has to be very thorough, complete.”
The Democrat ‘delay game’
Jason Chaffetz addressed the Kavanaugh accusations to say the case shows exactly how far Democrats are willing to go to “win.”
The former chairman of the U.S. House Oversight Committee said in a column for Fox News that Kavanaugh’s battle has left a “lasting lesson” that “Democrats will do anything, say anything to ‘win’.”
Over the last week or so we have learned absolutely zero that we didn’t already know about Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
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