Judge Nap: ‘Not a Crime’ To Be Drunk as a Kid But ‘Highly Perilous’ for Kavanaugh If There’s Contradictory Evidence
HEMMER: "If the FBI comes back and said, we asked so and so this question and not able to draw a conclusion based on the answer from said witness and come back to the Senate and what do they do with that information? Does it go past Friday and Mitch McConnell say you agreed to seven days." [crosstalk]
NAPOLITANO: "It will go past Friday if Mitch McConnell doesn’t have 51 votes. And that will be determined by the four who insisted on this FBI investigation: Senator Flake, Senator Murkowski, Senator Collins and I think Senator Manchin, or if judge Kavanaugh begins to lose other support. So why I said, it’s perilous for him. He has locked in his version of events. It's not a crime to be drunk when you are a kid. It's not a crime to pass out when you’re a kid. But it is highly perilous for a federal judge to state that under oath when there is evidence to contradict it, if there is evidence to contradict it."