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Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) was handed a letter by Christine Blasey Ford not long after President Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

Ford apparently wanted the letter kept quiet.

Of course, somehow the letter leaked to the press which is what caused the circus the nation saw unfold for the past few weeks.

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Feinstein has denied leaking the letter.

Now, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is set to investigate.

From Daily Caller:

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Saturday said the Senate Judiciary Committee “ought to take a look at” how the confidential letter from Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford to Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein was initially leaked to the media.

“I think it clearly was, honestly, a despicable thing to do to Dr. Ford,” McConnell told Politico. “And it kind of underscored the tactics that have been used: It started in committee and then went straight out into the public.”

Continued:

Republicans have accused Democrats, particularly Feinstein, of mistreating Ford by playing politics with Ford’s accusations and essentially ignoring her wishes to remain anonymous.

While Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has asked Ford’s attorneys to release any communications they had about her allegations with Democratic Senators Feinstein and Hirono, Politico reported that he “hasn’t yet decided how much further he should pursue an inquiry into how Ford’s letter reached the public eye.

Sharyn Bovat says she was sexually assaulted in 1990 at the Fairmount Hotel in San Francisco where Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) was celebrating her birthday.

Bovat says a Japanese investor/donor was the man who committed the crime after she made her way back to her hotel room.

Bovat describes how her mother, a Democrat, was a friend of Feinstein’s, and that the Senator was complicit in covering up what happened.

Sharyn claims she was never going to go public with this information until she saw how Feinstein and Democrats did everything possible to assassinate the character of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

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In this second video, Bovat highlights how she was turned away by Democrats:

THIS IS HUGE!

Will the MSM report?

Will Democrats care about this woman and her allegations as much as they did Christine Blasey Ford and the other women who maligned Kavanaugh?

During his time to speak at the Kavanaugh/Ford hearing on Thursday, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz brilliantly exposed Feinstein.

From Right Scoop:

Ted Cruz, in his normal brilliant way, refuted the nonsense put forth by Feinstein during the Kavanaugh hearing that they didn’t do anything wrong in this process.

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What happened in the clip (between the cuts) that you don’t see is that during Cruz’s comments, Feinstein interjected that they didn’t leak the letter to the press. But even more than that, Feinstein defended herself by saying that she was told to keep the letter confidential by Ford and that’s what she did.

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