This morning on Fox & Friends, they discussed the closure of the FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The cast this morning, included Fox News senior judicial analyst, former Judge Andrew Napolitano.
During the segment in which the FBI investigation and the forthcoming confirmation vote of Kavanaugh were being discussed, Napolitano chimed in saying that he was disappointed in how the investigation was handled.
“I was disappointed that they didn’t interview Judge Kavanaugh and Dr. Ford and a few more people because now the people who don’t want Judge Kavanaugh confirmed….. now have more ammunition and more doubt to say, ‘why was the FBI held back?'”
.@Judgenap: I was disappointed that the FBI didn’t interview Judge Kavanaugh and Dr. Ford – because now the people who don’t want him confirmed have more ammunition and more doubt pic.twitter.com/wNJcSnEiUr
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) October 4, 2018
Napolitano’s point is a good one. If the FBI had full reign to investigate whatever leads they wanted, and then reached a conclusion or came up with no conclusion at all, it would have taken the wind out of the sails of Democratic Senators. Instead, with only a partial investigation taking place, one that appears to have been dictated by Republicans, many questions and allegations still have not been looked into.