Monday, October 1, 2018

October 1 Call to Action

Amy Klobuchar was instrumental in working with Jeff Flake to get an FBI investigation.

"Democrats claimed something of a victory on Friday when Sen. Jeff Flake, a Republican on the Judiciary Committee, called for an FBI investigation into the allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat on the committee who has emerged as a key player in her party's alliance with Flake, told reporters after Friday morning's hearing that her Republican colleague's apparent about-face "was kind of a surprise to all of us." "

But NBC reports that the investigation is limited.

"According to the sources, the president’s Saturday night tweet saying he wants the FBI to interview whoever agents deem appropriate has not changed the limits imposed by the White House counsel’s office on the FBI investigation — including a specific witness list that does not include Julie Swetnick, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct in high school."

It seems like contacting Klobuchar, thanking her for her work across the aisle to get an FBI investigation, as well as contacting Sen. Smith, demanding that they uphold the integrity of the investigation would be wise.

And Get-Out-The-Vote continues.

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District 1 Daniel Feehan
District 2 Angie Craig
District 3 Dean Phillips
District 4 Betty McCollum
District 5 Ilhan Omar
District 6 Ian Todd
District 7 Collin Peterson
District 8 Joe Radinovich
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