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Kavanaugh Book that Had Explosive New Allegation Bombs

A new book about Justice Brett Kavanaugh is bombing after detailing an allegation of a new sexual assault against a woman WHO DOES NOT REMEMBER the assault. You know, details, details. According to the Washington Examiner: The latest book on Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a critical biography from two New York Times reporters that made new sexual assault charges that were immediately undermined, has suffered an epic

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Squad member Seeks to Impeach Kavanaugh

Rep. Ayanna Pressley effort isn’t going to succeed. But the Squad and the like will feel good, and it’s a further step in the campaign to intimidate Justice Brett Kavanaugh into doing what the left wants him to do, at least sometimes. And the campaign to make sure President Trump has difficulty finding the right person to serve on the Court when the next vacancy

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Christine Blasey Ford Friend Now Doubts Her Kavanaugh Story

It’s okay. The left will keep smearing him, because they want to get inside his head when it comes time to rule on issues like abortion. And they’ll probably succeed. According to the Washington Examiner: Leland Keyser, a high school friend of Christine Blasey Ford, cast doubt on Ford’s claims of being sexually assaulted by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at a high school party in the

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Of Course the Kavanaugh Protestors Were a Mob

There’s now a debate raging about whether the protestors racing around Capitol Hill and confronting senators during the debate over Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination constituted a mob. Here’s my definition of a mob. When groups of people are chasing individuals down and threatening them and interfering with their ability to go about their business, it’s a mob. So that was a mob. Threats against Republican

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Woman Who Caught Jeff Flake in Elevator Makes a $178K Salary

One of the women who harangued Republican Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake as they refused to let his elevator door close is a top professional agitator whose salary is nearly $178,000, not the random outraged citizen many no doubt assumed her to be. Ana Maria Archila, a Colombia-born sexual-assault victim, is co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy. Her salary, according to a recent Internal

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Collins Says She Will Vote for Kavanaugh, Ensuring Nomination Will Pass

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, indicated on the Senate floor Friday that she would vote in favor of the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, ensuring that the Kavanaugh will be confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice when a final vote is taken this week. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., also indicated he would back the nominee, meaning Kavanaugh has the support of at least the 50

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Senate Votes 51-49 to Move Kavanaugh Nomination to Final Vote

The Senate Friday voted 51-49 in a procedural matter to allow a final vote on the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination this weekend, but while his prospects look good, confirmation is not yet guaranteed. The most significant development was that Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a Republican, voted not to move to a final vote. That signals that she will oppose the nomination. Also significant was

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Friend of Blasey Ford Felt Pressured to “Clarify” Her Statement

Christine Blasey Ford enlisted a former FBI agent to pressure Leland Keyser, who Ford said was at the party the day of the alleged assault but who couldn’t’ remember it, to update her statement denying knowledge of the party or tha attack. According to the Wall Street Journal: A friend of Christine Blasey Ford told FBI investigators that she felt pressured by Dr. Ford’s allies

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