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BREAKING: FBI Will NOT Investigate Judge Kavanaugh Over Diane Feinstein’s Sickening Claim

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Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA-D) provided a document to federal authorities regarding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh yesterday. After refusing to allow even members of her own party currently serving on the Senate Judiciary Committee so much as SEE the document in question, it has been revealed that the FBI does not plan to launch a criminal investigation into the matter.

Under normal circumstances, situations like this would be handled by local authorities. The FBI reported they had instead passed the material to the White House as an update to Kavanaugh’s already completed background check. This is similar to what was done when accusations were levied against former White House aide Rob Porter of spousal abuse.

Matt Zapotosky of the Washington Post tweeted – FBI official on the Dianne Feinstein referral about Kavanaugh: “Upon receipt of the information on the night of September 12, we included it as part of Judge Kavanaugh’s background file, as per the standard process.”

He continues his explanation in a second consecutive tweet stating –

“Here’s an explanation of what that means. The FBI backgrounds White House employees and nominees, & gives the White House a file on what they’ve found. But the FBI doesn’t decide whether the person gets a job/nomination. The White House does that, w/ the info in the FBI file…”

And Zapotosky continues stating – “Importantly, the FBI isn’t doing a criminal investigation based on what Feinstein told them. The broad outline of the allegation, as I understand it, seems like it’d be in state/local authorities wheelhouse, if there even is a crime, and if the statute of limitations hasn’t run.”

Just what were these accusations? The Intercept gives the clearest indication of the contents and even that? Well, it isn’t all that clear. Many speculate the accusations are purposefully vague and nebulous so Kavanaugh will now be tainted with the specter of vague and ambiguous accusation for the rest of his career. The letter simply allows people to jump to the worst conclusion possible and thus affecting him for the remainder of his career, whether he makes it through the confirmation process or not.

From The Intercept

“The document is a letter from a California constituent and purportedly describes an incident that was relayed to someone affiliated with Stanford University, who authored the letter and sent it to Rep. Anna Eshoo, a Democrat who represents the area. Different sources provided different accounts of the contents of the letter, and some of the sources said they themselves had heard different versions, but the one consistent theme was that it describes an incident involving Kavanaugh and a woman while they were in high school.  Kept hidden, the letter is beginning to take on a life of its own.”

Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (TX-R) was dismissive of the controversy surrounding the vague conjecture and accusations tweeting with clear sarcasm  – “Let me get this straight: this is [a] statement about [a] secret letter regarding a secret matter and an unidentified person. Right.”

Cornyn then added in a second consecutive tweet, stating – “I will add: the FBI already performed and has reported on a background investigation on the nominee and this has been made available to all Senators on the Judiciary Committee.”

After Feinstein released her statement, Grassley spokesman George Hartmann said there is “no plan to change the committee’s consideration of Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination.”

Perhaps we can read more about it someday the alleged victim’s tell-all book?

Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Str1) On Feinstein’s referral of a letter with an accusation against Kavanaugh to the FBI: –This is impt enough to be sent to FBI, but not impt enough to have been raised before now? Can’t be both. NYT reports she got the letter this summer.eet Journal brings forth an excellent point regarding Feinstein’s letter of nebulous accusations against Kavanaugh as well, tweeting in two consecutive tweets stating –

“1) On Feinstein’s referral of a letter with an accusation against Kavanaugh to the FBI: –This is impt enough to be sent to FBI, but not impt enough to have been raised before now? Can’t be both. NYT reports she got the letter this summer.

And continuing in a second tweet, stating – 2) –similarly, this is impt enough to be sent to FBI, but never shared with a single Republican charged with advice and consent? –Feinstein statement explicitly acknowledges that the accuser did not want to take this further. So why is it with the FBI?

It seems Feinstein’s letter of nebulous accusations levied against Kavanaugh was of such vital importance they had to be sent directly to the FBI right this instant with vague claims that a supposed high school incident that may or may not have taken place should be investigated.

All of which was in the midst of a confirmation hearing despite the fact Kavanaugh already passed a background check and apparently despite the fact that at least according to the New York Times, Feinstein had this information in her possession since July or earlier. You cannot have this both ways. The information is either vitally important, or it isn’t.

 

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