Sean Hannity: A one-week delay in Kavanaugh vote means that “another 15 people can be brought up by Democratic operatives”

From the September 28 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): What happened today is the Senate Judiciary Committee, they did vote to advance Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate,  but not after a lot of theatrics and drama by [Sen.] Jeff Snowflake, and then apparently he, then now joined by [Sen.] Lisa Murkowski, he now joined -- she now joined by [Sen.] Joe Manchin, and now it goes on. They want a one week delay. "We don't want -- we're going to advance it to the Senate, the full Senate, but we want to see what happens. So I guess at this point, unless other people come out, that it's going to be another week, and what they're asking for is that the Senate have an FBI investigation. Now let me go through in detail why this is absolutely a bogus move on their part. It's just important -- facts matter in particular cases here. Now you got to remember, if you review the charges of Professor Ford, her allegations were made back in July. Now we need one more week, why so another 15 people can be brought up by Democratic operatives? Is Sen. [Dianne] Feinstein getting attorneys for somebody else and not telling us about it?  


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