Graham rips Dems on Kavanaugh, says he will ‘to the bottom’ in FBI probe

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Senator Lindsey Graham said he would address the “misconduct from the left’, he Senate Judiciary Committee chairman; Graham explains, “Sunday Morning Futures’

Sen. Lindsey Graham promised on Sunday he would “to the end of” the FBI investigation into the sexual assault allegations leveled against judges Brett Kavanaugh and said that his own investigation into how the Democrats have the majority, the Supreme Court nominee, the hearings have only just begun.

“I’m going to go to the bottom of this,” Graham, R-S. C., told Maria Bartiromo on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.”

The longtime South Carolina senator said that, among other things, he wanted to find out how the letters of Kavanaugh Prosecutor Christine Blasey Ford was leaked to the press, the recommended that you hire your lawyer, and what role the Democrats played to these allegations against the judges of light.

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“That was added on the delay in the nomination” Graham. “This can be played in the course of time, and destroy the ability of good people to come to us.”

Graham’s appearance in the “Sunday Morning Futures” comes just a few days after he was released on his Democratic colleagues in the Senate judiciary Committee during Kavanaugh’s testimony.

“This is the immoral hypocrisy, since I have been in politics,” a visibily angry Graham said on Thursday of the Estrade, on democratic senators. “And if you really wanted to know the truth, you wouldn’t have sure as hell done, what you have done to this guy.”

Graham added: “man, y’ all want power, and I hope you don’t get it.”

The legislator, who thinks the FBI probe “should be up Monday or Tuesday,” was nominated one of Kavanaugh’s toughest defenders since President Trump Kavanaugh back in June, and on Sunday, the Supreme Court reaffirmed nominee words of the judge in the hearing last week that the allegations against him have permanently changed his life.

“I have said well-known Brett for 20 years,” Graham. “You tried to ruin his life.”

While Graham has said that the investigation of the allegations, and wrap up is at the beginning of the week and that the full Senate vote on his confirmation needs shortly after the FBI was given a week to conduct the interviews and background of the study the Agency.

President Trump initially against such an investigation in the face of the sexual misconduct claims against Kavanaugh, but the President and the Senate Republican leader, agreed to made an investigation, according to GOP Sen. Jeff Flake from Arizona clear that he would not vote to confirm, Kavanaugh, without.

Calls for an FBI investigation of Kavanaugh mounted after Ford claimed that Kavanaugh sexually attacked at a party when they were teenagers. Kavanaugh has denied that the perpetrator.

In the duel performances last Thursday, Kavanaugh and Ford have their stories told during sworn testimony before the judiciary Committee. The panel voted on Friday in favor of Kavanaugh, along party lines, and Flake then offered his proposal for the FBI investigation.

Trump then the FBI ordered to open Kavanaugh background investigation, which delayed a final vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination. The justice Committee has said, the probe should be restricted to “current credible allegations” against Kavanaugh and be ready by next Friday.

The FBI background checks for Federal-nominated, but the Agency does not make judgments about the credibility or significance of the allegations. The investigators compile information on Kavanaugh’s past and give its findings to the White house, and the information included in the Kavanaugh is the background file for the senators.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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