Hannity: Ford-Kavanaugh Hearing 'Disgraceful Display of Politics at Its Worst'
Sean Hannity said in his Opening Monologue Thursday that the hearing featuring Judge Brett Kavanaugh and accuser Christine Blasey Ford "has been a disgraceful display of politics at its worst."
"It's not about sexual misconduct," he said. "Otherwise, they'd be talking about Keith Ellison."
Hannity said that it was clear the Democrats "wanted to ruin Judge Brett Kavanaugh's life over unsubstantiated, uncorroborated claims from nearly four decades ago."
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"To them, from day one, with Chuck Schumer leading the way, this has all been political," he said, referring to the fact the New York senator announced his opposition to Kavanaugh only hours after the nomination was announced.
Hannity blasted Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), who "knew about [Ford's] allegations since July."
"This has been a disgraceful display of politics at its worst," he said, adding that reelection bids are more important to Democrats than Kavanaugh's life and family.
He said Democrats ignored one of their own party elders in clamoring for an FBI investigation of Kavanaugh.
Then-Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) ripped the idea of FBI investigations in Supreme Court nominations in 1991, when Justice Clarence Thomas was confirmed."
"The FBI explicitly does not... reach a conclusion," Biden said at the time.
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