Readers will probably have heard that Dianne Feinswein claims to have a letter from an unnamed California woman alleging some sort of sexual incident in high school involving Brett Kavanaugh. She supposedly got the letter from California Rep. Anne Eshoo. Naturally, this is extremely suspicious. Unless the woman comes forward to face cross-examination over her claims (whatever they might be), this letter is totally worthless. Except, of course, as a tool of character assassination, which is in fact its purpose.
The obvious question would be why she didn't come out during the hearings and let herself be questioned then. This is especially relevant because, for all practical purposes, Senate rules mean that the Justice committee must wait 2 weeks after the hearings are done, so if they were reopened now the disgusting sow Feinswein would already have delayed the vote at least another week.
Making it worse, Fox News just reported that Feinswein has had this letter since July and didn't do anything with it until last night, when she turned it over to the FBI. (They chose to leave it to the White House to make a decision. If it's anonymous, the decision should be to ignore it. If not, the woman should face questioning -- but without delaying the confirmation vote. But either way, it will be useful as a smear, which was the sow's purpose in acting as she did.)
Obviously, the Senate Ethics Committee should act on this by investigating Feinswein. The sow will actually be pleased with that, since it will be an asset among Demagogue voters in California.