- Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley lashed out at reporters on Thursday, condemning what he called “bias” in the media.
- The Iowa Republican cited an instance in which he said reporters denied interviews to pro-Brett Kavanaugh demonstrators while they focused their attention on protesters opposed to the Supreme Court nominee.
- “Now that’s a bias that none of you should be proud of,” he said.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley lashed out at reporters during a press conference on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process on Thursday, condemning what he called “bias” in the media.
The 85-year-old Iowa Republican appeared at the briefing with four other Judiciary Committee Republicans, all of whom defended Kavanaugh and the integrity of the FBI investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against the judge — a probe that’s been widely decried by Democrats as unfairly limited by the White House.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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