Weak Republicans deprived us of a victory, even if Kavanaugh eventually is confirmed
We’ve been humiliated by seeing our representatives forced to retreat, apologize, capitulate and crawl past the finish line.
Flake not only stole our victory, he emboldened the most aggressive of our opponents.
But Flake wasn’t alone. He took this move with the support of Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins.
We are hostages to these three. Flake is leaving, but Murkowski and Collins will continue their de facto control unless Republicans increase their numbers in the Senate. And there probably will be another Senator or two who will step into Flake’s shoes.
IP Address of Person Who Doxxed GOP Senators Points to Maxine Waters’s Office
Shortly after Lindsey Graham went off on Senate Democrats for destroying Kavanaugh’s life in order to derail his confirmation, Republicans were doxxed.
The victims included Republican Senators Mike Lee, Orrin Hatch of Utah and Lindsey Graham, reported the Washington Times.
The IP address of the villain who doxxed the Republican Senators is 220.127.116.11.
Senate Judiciary Committee Votes Yes on Kavanaugh, But Flake Wants to Delay Floor Vote
The people of Arizona find him so repugnant he isn’t even running for re-election. He’s trolling to be the house “Republican” at CNN or MSDNC, no doubt.
Flake voted Kavanaugh out of committee, but said he wants a week for investigation. The Democrats, of course, want an open-ended inquisition to last ad nauseam.
Hillary Clinton Crashes The Anti-Trump ‘Murphy Brown’ Premiere
The original run of Murphy Brown had no shortage of big-name guest stars.
Murphy delivered with Hillary Clinton making a cameo, to the roaring thrill of the sitcom’s studio audience. More, with the episode charged with such an electrifying anger—directed particularly at President Trump—the cameo was likely gratifying to viewers, and perhaps, given that sentiment, it was a bit surprising and amusing that Clinton would participate.
Supporters Raise Nearly Half a Million Dollars for Christine Blasey Ford
A GoFundMe campaign has raised nearly $500,000 to pay expenses for Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.
The page on the GoFundMe website says that 10,371 people have raised $473,622 in nine days for the “Ford family.”
Corey Booker fancied himself as Spartacus when he broke Senate rules (actually he requested and received the information the night before).
Now Sheldon Whitehouse, as miserable an excuse for a human being as could be found, managed to beclown himself by questioning Kavanaugh about flatulence.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse grilled Brett Kavanaugh about a high school yearbook fart joke. Seriously.
Kavanaugh: “If we want to talk about flatulence at age 16 on a yearbook page, I’m game.”
Hirono Sends Fundraising Email During Opening Remarks of Kavanaugh Hearing
FOLLOW THE MONEY
Sen. Mazie Hirono (D., Hawaii) sent a fundraising email on Thursday less than 30 minutes into the opening remarks of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing about how she has been “fighting the Republicans who are desperate to rush Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination and deny a fair investigation into credible sexual misconduct allegations against him.”
Two other people who Ford alleges were at the party in question have also denied any knowledge of the party or sexual assault.
Imagine the living hell the Kavanaugh family has gone through. It would be enough to destroy a lot of families.
They persevere because of a deep faith in God.
I’m sure there’s a passage in Scripture about blessing those who persecute you, but I can’t quote it.
Kavanaugh Fights Tears Telling of Daughter Praying for Dr. Ford
“The other night Ashley and my daughter Liza said their prayers. And little Liza, all of ten years old…” Kavanaugh said, his voice shaking and appearing to stifle tears as he paused in an apparent attempt to compose himself. He continued, “…said to Ashley, we should pray for the woman.” He added, “That’s a lot of wisdom from a ten-year-old.”