The panel on The Five reacted Friday to the call for an FBI investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.

President Trump ordered the bureau to conduct the "supplemental" probe at the request of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

At the conclusion of Friday's hearing, Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) voted in favor of Kavanaugh, but surprisingly called for the probe in the interest of fairness.

"This will open up the floodgates," Jedediah Bila said. "You are gonna have anonymous allegations from all over the place. ... They don't care about the facts."

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Friday's committee hearing followed an impassioned hearing on Thursday with Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.

Sen. Flake met with Democrats behind closed doors after the meeting before calling for a delay in the full Senate floor vote.

"This is war," Geraldo Rivera said. "Judge Kavanaugh ... He knows they're coming at him full bore."

He added that he's worried Kavanaugh might "crack," and Greg Gutfeld said he believes that's what the Democrats are hoping for.

"[Kavanaugh is] not fighting for the Supreme Court seat now. He's fighting for his name, he's fighting for his family. He's fighting for his life."

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