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Saturday, October 06, 2018

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Booyah, baby.

The U.S. Senate, in a 50-48 vote Saturday, confirmed President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to the nation's highest court. 
The vote was largely on party lines, with the exception of Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.), who was the lone Democrat to vote for Kavanaugh. Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) announced on Friday she would vote no on Kavanaugh but voted "present" on the final vote to offset her colleague Sen. Steve Daines' (R., Mont.) absence.

Murkowski needs to be premiered the next go-round.  Manchin is desperately trying to hold on to his seat in West BY GOD Virginia.

Just wait till Ginsburg kicks the bucket, and Trump gets to appoint a third justice.

By the way, any Never-Trumpers out there:  Had things gone your way, Hillary Clinton would be appointing these judges.  How's that taste, eh?

1 comment:

p2 said...

not a huge lisa fan. never have been. she got beat in a primary a few years ago but managed to win a write in campaign...with, imho, a little help from some friends who deceided all it had to look like was an M somewhere in the same vicinity of the ballot. girl's gotta go.