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    This is more of the same olde same olde...or put another way ...tabloid emotional drama queen stuff of which the left is famous.

    They cannot change their spots....and have to always go back to type..



    Another round of trial by press..by emotions...by headlines...by the same olde..."Usual Suspects."


    They cannot change their spots...they have to always go back to the gutters.


    Remember "They go low...we go high!!??"


    Here you go ...textbook....Ishmaelites seeking to put people into bondage by dragging them into the gutters. This is the best they can do ...peak performance. Chaos management.

    We should have seen this one coming...for they can do no better. Tabloid...Tabloid.....Tabloid!!!! Trial by press.


    What is next...Gloria Allred in the middle of all this ???



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    i still think it will blow up on the rats.

    great piece on how this might play out:
    1. Democrats' quickly win the fight and Kavanaugh's nomination is withdrawn

    Under this scenario, Judge Kavanaugh's nomination would be withdrawn before the month is out. President Trump would respond by quickly picking another nominee from the already vetted short list he compiled in July. No one on that list is more ideologically acceptable to Democrats than Kavanaugh, so they would have no reason to cheer the switch.

    Even if Democrats overcome the odds and retake the Senate, the outgoing GOP majority would still have three months to confirm the new nominee. Senators wouldn't even have to cut their pre-election recess short to get the job done.

    Of course, if Democrats win the Senate, they will scream bloody murder about the legitimacy of confirmation by a lame duck Congress. But they also screamed bloody murder about the legitimacy of denying Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland a hearing and look how far that got them.

    2. Democrats delay the confirmation vote beyond the election but Kavanaugh is ultimately confirmed

    This is the worst case scenario for Democrats. They gain nothing Supreme Court-wise but their prolonged obstruction of Judge Kavanaugh keeps the one issue that thoroughly unifies Republicans on the front burner, while giving GOP voters a reason to be as angry as Democratic voters and an easily articulable reason to head to the polls: Don't let Democrats steal this Supreme Court seat.

    Democrats gain nothing electorally because their voters are already angry and energized. Meanwhile, red state Democratic Senators facing election have to walk a tightrope between the demands of their base and their state's support for Kavanaugh up through Election Day.

    3. Democrats delay the vote beyond the election and Kavanaugh is defeated

    This would be a great option for Democrats if it were possible. By the time Judge Kavanaugh were defeated, there would not be time for a lengthy confirmation process for the new nominee.

    Senate Republicans might expedite the process and Democrats couldn't stop them. However, it will not come to that because the White House won't let Senate Democrats run the clock out. If Kavanaugh's confirmation is in serious doubt, the president won't wait for a vote to pull the plug.

    4. Democrats fail to substantially delay the vote or defeat Kavanaugh

    Under this scenario, Democrats won't be able to claim even a temporary victory. The best they could hope for is to "extract[] a pound of flesh" from Kavanaugh and "forever brand him as illegitimate," as John Fund suggests.

    A pound of flesh might provide some satisfaction for Democrats but it would do nothing to prevent the conservative shift in the Court that supposedly animates their opposition to Kavanaugh.

    Consider that Democrats and their allies have spent the last year complaining that Justice Neil Gorsuch is illegitimate because his seat should have been filled by Judge Merrick Garland. Likewise, they’ve been telling us for nearly three decades that Justice Clarence Thomas really is a sexual harasser.

    At best, those pounds of flesh have accomplished nothing. Justice Thomas is the most solidly conservative voice on the Court and Gorsuch has, so far, followed closely in his footsteps. At worst, what Thomas went through before being confirmed is part of the reason he is the justice with the least inclination to appease the left.

    Senate Democrats should reflect on the lesson of Justice Thomas's confirmation. It is just one reason why their new Anita Hill strategy is a foolish choice.

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    I'll be so glad when all these elections, midterm and 2020 is over so we can get to some serious governing by 'excavating'. and expelling (burying) the ruins of our government.

    THE LIBERTY BELL IS RINGING LOUD!
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    One of the fallouts from the Kavanaugh persecution will be the difficulty for a human to forget about the lies and innuendo's from the left, in future cases. Some poetic justice might be headed in.

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    Lindsey Graham just said they will have a hearing on the sexual allegations on Monday, and vote on Wednesday ! Kavenaugh is gonna be confirmed !!!!!!

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    Lindsey Graham just said they will have a hearing on the sexual allegations on Monday, and vote on Wednesday
    wonder how much of her "deleted" social media will find it's way to the committee before Monday.
    to quote Q "Nothing is ever deleted"

    even without the NSA help the Anons will dredge up lots of "deleted" content

    Monday is gonna be a blood bath for this libertard false accuser as well as for "Spartacus" and his gang

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    I had no doubt Kavanaugh would be confirmed. None whatsoever!
    Making good people helpless, doesn't make bad people harmless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambam View Post
    Lindsey Graham just said they will have a hearing on the sexual allegations on Monday, and vote on Wednesday ! Kavenaugh is gonna be confirmed !!!!!!
    Bam, I'll bet you anything you want that the Ford woman will be a no-show

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    I'll bet you anything you want that the Ford woman will be a no-show
    That would be a fool's bet - you are spot on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CENTEXDUDE View Post
    Bam, I'll bet you anything you want that the Ford woman will be a no-show
    Nonetheless, the gallows has been built...by the Dems...and now they're gonna hang on their own gallows. Me thinks the President is finished playing with these ass wipes.

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