As we told you earlier, Christine Blasey Ford’s legal team agreed to turn over therapists’ notes and other documents to the Judiciary Committee, with a catch:
Ford’s lawyers tell Grassley that they will provide her therapy notes, polygraph data to the FBI once she is interviewed (that hasn’t happened as of now) pic.twitter.com/t1N6jhDPwE
— Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) October 3, 2018
GOP Sen. Tom Cotton wasn’t having any of that:
1. Let’s quit calling them “Ford’s lawyers.” They’re Democratic operatives.
2. They could’ve provided notes in July.
3. If notes incriminated Kavanaugh & corroborated allegations, they’d be released. What has been shared to media is exculpatory. Draw your own conclusion. https://t.co/TYlCG2Rvy2
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) October 3, 2018
OOF. Well, there it is.
— Jason Scalese (@coachscalese) October 3, 2018
Sort of getting tired of waiting for the media to catch up.
— Shannon Duffy (@shannonbduffy) October 3, 2018
You nailed it Tom Cotton!
— Julesie (@justjules99) October 3, 2018
Just another stall. The Senate needs to vote and put an end to this circus.
— Rob Moorman (@rlm1951) October 3, 2018
Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley pretty much agrees with Sen. Cotton.
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