Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/update-feinstein-says-friday-vote-too-soon-moves-to-keep-fbi-findings-from-public/
Sen. Dianne Feinstein weighed-in on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination process Tuesday, saying Mitch McConnell’s Friday vote was simply “too soon” and legislators need more time to “put all the facts together.”
Feinstein was speaking with reporters at the Capitol when she urged Senate leadership to delay the proposed vote over the potential Supreme Court Justice.
“Well, I believe it is. I believe it’s too soon,” said the leading Democrat. “It’s Tuesday and we have to put all the facts together.”
Feinstein went on to say the findings of the FBI investigation into allegations of sexual assault should be “held” from the public if it reveals the identities of those involved, adding “It would seem to me that if people are going to be identified, this ought to be held very close.”
“Feinstein, who led her Democratic colleagues in calling for the confirmation vote to be delayed pending an FBI probe, said Tuesday that the report detailing the findings of the investigation should not be made public,” writes the National Review.
Read the full report at Reuters.