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It may not sound like a blockbuster that somebody from Fox News is siding with Democrats on Trump and the Mueller investigation. Kat Timpf, Juan Williams and others have braved a backlash to oppose the POTUS on Fox. But those are liberal or at least moderate voices. Accusations of bias are inevitable, even if patently unfair.

There is no question about Judge Andrew Napolitano’s right-wing leanings, though. “The Judge” has campaigned for Ron Paul, supported other far-right conservatives like Justin Amash, and isn’t even a fan of the United Nations. That only gives Napolitano’s brief statement on Monday night all the more weight, because there is clearly no anti-GOP bias in his heart.

The judicial guru keeps it short. The FBI must have evidence that President Trump and his attorney Michael Cohen engaged in illegal activity, he admits in the clip, or law enforcement wouldn’t have raided Cohen’s office. Yes, scholars like Alan Dershowitz try to defend Trump by invoking attorney-client privilege. But those rights are a moot point, Napolitano points out, if evidence of criminal behavior by the President has been identified.

Click to hear Fox News start to wake up…and leave Trump without a party to pee on.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) declared on Sunday morning that she will oppose any Republican attempt to move ahead with a Supreme Court nomination to fill the seat left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.

"For weeks, I have stated that I would not support taking up a potential Supreme Court vacancy this close to the election," said Murkowski in a statement released by her office. "Sadly, what was then a hypothetical is now our reality, but my position has not changed."

The Alaska Republican joined Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) in opposing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's announced determination to replace Ginsburg with a Trump appointee. If McConnell loses two more Republican votes, he will be unable to move a nomination before Election Day.