How Joe Biden’s comments about the FBI and Anita Hill are now being used against Democrats
He uttered the words with visible agitation, overly enunciating at times to show emphasis.
"The next person who refers to an FBI report as being worth anything obviously doesn't understand anything. FBI explicitly does not, in this case or any other case, reach a conclusion, period. Period."
On Oct. 12, 1991, Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.), then chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said FBI investigations into sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominees were inconclusive. A report from such an investigation would rehash people's versions of events without reaching a meaningful conclusion about what had actually happened, Biden said.