Well, the results re in and the Democrats aren't happy and they are throwing a tantrum. I know, big surprise there! The children didn't get their way and now they are blaming anyone and everyone, that is remotely assumed to be Conservative, for a faulty investigation, from an agency, who just mere weeks ago, was, according to the same Democrats, the "epitome" of law enforcement professionals worldwide.
You do realize the truth seems to turn most Democrats into Demonic-looking, angry, mob-minded, revenge-seeking sociopaths? I figured you were already aware of that, so clean out the closets, as they're going to need some crying spaces.
The White House, and then the Senate Judiciary Committee, received the report early Thursday morning. Senate Judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley claimed the report reveals nothing the committee did not already know, and reveals no "contemporaneous evidence" to support the allegations.
While senators will only have one copy of the report to review in a secure room in the basement of the U.S. Capitol, the White House says that senators have "ample time" to review the seventh background inquiry into Kavanaugh's record. Senators on both sides are expected to view with report in one-hour increments in an effort to limit the possibility of potential leaks.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell filed a motion Wednesday for a cloture vote on Kavanaugh for Friday. Those close to the situation now anticipate a confirmation vote to come some time Saturday. Precise scheduling will come from Leader McConnell.