'The Only 'Whitewash' Was From Feinstein': Judge Jeanine Spars With Juan Williams on Kavanaugh Probe
Judge Jeanine Pirro and Juan Williams sparred over the FBI probe into Judge Brett Kavanaugh during a discussion Thursday on "The Five."
Jesse Watters reported that undecided Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) are "satisfied" with the report, which senators have been able to peruse from the secure SCIF room in the Capitol.
Meanwhile top Senate Democrat Charles Schumer of New York told reporters he "fears" that the probe was "a very limited process that would constrain the FBI from getting all the facts."
Williams appeared to concur with Schumer, calling the probe a "whitewash" and a "sham" which Republicans have "pushed through" in order to accelerate a confirmation vote for Kavanaugh.
He said that the FBI was told they only had several days to investigate and noted that the "principals" -- Judge Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford -- were not questioned.
Pirro strongly disagreed with Williams, saying that "for you to call this a 'whitewash' is absurd."
"The only whitewash was... when Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) decided she was going to sit on [Ford's allegation] for two months, then bring it when they realized there was no other way they could stop [Kavanaugh] from getting to the Supreme Court," she said.
Pirro asked if Williams had similar complaints over the FBI's similar probe of disgraced ex-pol Anthony Weiner.
The former Brooklyn, N.Y. congressman was implicated in a sexting probe that eventually drove him to resign from office.
"There is nothing to investigate," Pirro said of the Kavanaugh probe.
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