Kavanaugh and the FBI
Senator Flake (R-AZ) and Senator Coons (D-DE) have shown America that friendship is the way to bring about bipartisan cooperation. The two of them came up with Flake’s decisive, but irenic, stance on Kavanaugh, whereby he would vote the nomination out of committee but would not vote for him in the full senate unless there was an FBI investigation. Good job, guys. BUT the White House has blocked certain avenues of inquiry. The FBI are NOT allowed to investigate:
1. Thank Senator Coons for his cooperation with Flake. And thank Flake if you haven’t already done so.
2. Contact your Senators and ask them to publicly denounce the stranglehold put on the FBI’s investigation by the White House. We need to hear from Swetnick and all witnesses named by the accusers.
3. They’ll never read your message, and wouldn’t care anyway if they did, but contact the White House to denounce their flagrant antipathy to truth-seeking.