Megyn Kelly Says FBI 'Cannot Prove' Kavanaugh Sexually Assaulted Dr. Ford

Megyn Kelly railed against the FBI's investigation of Brett Kavanaugh, saying the bureau "cannot prove a sexual assault" of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and the Democrats are unable to interpret the evidence without bias.

Speaking on a Today show panel Monday morning, Kelly defended Kavanaugh's combative demeanor and reluctance to accept an FBI investigation into Ford's sexual assault allegations from more than three decades before. Kelly demanded that someone on the panel explain to her how the investigation can possibly prove an assault occurred given that Ford herself was "unable to tell" the story.

"She doesn't know where it happened," Kelly told NBC's legal analyst, Dan Goldman. "The FBI is going to figure out the story that she is unable to tell? That's not its job. That's not its job!"

Goldman retorted that it is the FBI's job and that victims of sexual assault who come forth with an accusation are not "responsible to provide the corroboration." Kelly, who is also an attorney, shot back at Goldman, "Well, it would be great if she could give a year and a month and a general location."

"You cannot prove a sexual assault of Dr. Ford," Kelly said. "You can't, even she can't. She's got her testimonial, she has no corroborating witnesses, the people she named do not support her story. Those are the facts on Dr. Ford."

Goldman suggested the most troubling part of Kavanaugh's testimony was his reluctance to outright agree to an FBI investigation of the sexual assault allegations. Instead, "he intentionally didn't say that," Goldman added. But Kelly, a longtime Fox News anchor, said Kavanaugh is right to be cautious "because he doesn't trust the Democrats on the committee to interpret anything!"

"The Democrats are the ones demanding an FBI investigation," Kelly said with a raised voice. "His response has been, 'I don't believe you are an open-minded trier of facts so do I want another 7-10 days of you trying to beat me up and find things? No, I'm not really in favor of that because I don't trust you!'"

The two also debated whether Kavanaugh's bizarre calendar from 1982 could potentially offer the FBI clues about where and when to start an investigation into the decades-old allegations.

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