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Democrats Have Nothing Left But Violence And Chaos To Defeat Brett Kavanaugh

Democrats, by their tactics in opposing Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, have gone way beyond what has been, even for them, considered to be the base level of savagery and ruthlessness established in the Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas hearings. After this, there is nothing left but violence and chaos to enforce their will upon a country that rejected them at the ballot box.

Let’s Hope Justice Kavanaugh Avenges This Disgusting Democrat Slander

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

Luckily, the Republicans are getting woke to the okey-done, and recognize this as a Hail Satan play by Democrats who realize that the Brett Kavanaugh Express is rolling toward the confirmation station. Brett Kavanaugh is going to be confirmed. And when he is a justice on the Supreme Court, I hope he remembers what these people did to him. I hope he gives them the same kind of lesson in the power of payback that Clarence Thomas has delivered for nearly three decades.

Democrats Ruthlessly Destroy Brett Kavanaugh

Update: Democrats have refused to participate in a conference call with Judge Kavanaugh scheduled for today, forcing the Committee to postpone hearing from Judge Kavanaugh and his accuser until Monday, Sept. 25.  Anyone who thinks the next Democratic administration will be a benign era in American history should take a good look at what is happening to Brett Kavanaugh and recognize that the new Far Left Democratic Party’s impulse for power recognizes no limits in its ruthlessness. We urge CHQ readers to use the call list in this article to demand the prompt confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh.

A High-Tech Lynching Redux

It is not surprising to us that since July Democrats have been sitting on these uncorroborated allegations of sexual misconduct during Judge Brett Kavanaugh's high school years. Democrats tried the much the same kind of last minute "high-tech lynching" to derail Justice Clarence Thomas' nomination.

Kavanaugh Committee Vote Coming In One Week: Call Your Senators Today!

Here is our Kavanaugh confirmation phone list, we urge CHQ readers and friends to start with the four Republicans who need shoring up. RESPECTFULLY urge them to vote to confirm Judge Kavanaugh. After those four phone calls we urge you to call the Democrats who have yet to voice a position on Kavanaugh’s confirmation. See the article for phone lists and details.

Kavanaugh might be the left's nightmare, but he will restore the Supreme Court to its proper role

Ned Ryun, Fox News

Hopefully, by the time the Trump presidency ends the Supreme Court will be is stacked with seven originalists who will put the Supreme Court out of reach of the left for a generation, significantly diminishing the administrative state. As the old saying goes: “Elections have consequences.” One of the consequences of electing Donald Trump as president was to enable him to appoint originalist judges so that we might actually get America back to some semblance of a constitutional republic, with real separation of powers.

Knights of Columbus Throw Political Weight Behind Kavanagh

The world's largest Catholic family, fraternal and service organization, the Knights of Columbus, has thrown its political weight behind the campaign to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Phone calls from constituents in Catholic heavy states could sway uncommitted Democratic Senators listed in this article.

Kavanaugh Vote Count Close: Call Senators Today

Four Republican Senators have yet to clearly commit to vote for Judge Kavanaugh: Senators Lisa Murkowski of Alaska (202-224-6665) and Susan Collins of Maine (202-224-2523) are the top priorities. While Senators Jeff Flake of Arizona (202-224-4521) and Ben Sasse of Nebraska (202-224-4224) need firming up.

Conservatives Concerned About Anti-Kavanaugh Violence to Block Senate Vote

A new FedUp PAC poll found a solid majority of 73.8% agree that “the radical Democrats opposing Kavanaugh will do anything to stop him, and will turn to violence if that is the only way to prevent a Senate vote to confirm him.”

The Kavanaugh Hearing: A Democrat Campaign Circus

Over the course of the long journey to 2020, the Kavanaugh hearings were just one small step toward the Democratic presidential nomination and Booker and Harris, while they often looked like clowns to conservatives, put on the show that the new Far Left Democratic Party’s primary voters crave.

The Supreme Court's days as a super-legislature are over, and Democrats aren't happy about it

Editors, Washington Examiner

Democrats are upset about where the Supreme Court has been heading not because it isn’t doing its job, and not because it is overly partisan, but because they don’t like the fact that cases going there are increasingly being decided based on the Constitution and the law and not on motivated reasoning in search of liberals’ pet causes. The good news is that the Supreme Court has been and likely will continue moving back in the direction of providing predictable, law-based and Constitution-based rulings, rather than moving forward the Left's agenda. That's why the Democrats are fuming.

By Whom Would You Want To Be Judged: Brett Kavanaugh Or Senate Democrats?

By whom would you want to be judged; someone who is bound by the plain meaning of the Constitution, the statutory law and Supreme Court precedent, or someone who, like the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee, will judge you according to their own personal whims and political goals?

Kavanaugh and His Enemies

William Murchison, The American Spectator

Nearly all Democrats depend for political sustenance on the money and votes of the anti-right to life cause. That’s what goes on here. When Planned Parenthood, and related activists, especially of feminist vintage, say, “Jump!,” you say, “How high?” That is, if you’re a Democratic senator. You don’t care about Judge Kavanaugh’s credentials. You care about the assorted activists, and their encouragers in the media, who glower over your shoulder: with you likely agree anyway, or you wouldn’t be a Democratic senator.

Judge Kavanaugh will be confirmed without a hitch

Rgoer Kimball, The Spectator

With 50 Republicans to 49 Democrats, Republicans have a majority. Yes, it’s a slim, but absent any party ‘mavericks’ like John McCain, I do not foresee any defections. And that being the case, I predict that at least a few Democrats from purple or red-trending states, will decipher the handwriting on the wall and, concluding that they have lost this battle, will seek to curry favour with their constituents and vote to confirm this ostentatiously well-qualified candidate.

Democrats Flameout, Kavanaugh Shines At Confirmation Hearing

This is what Americans voted for in 2016: "If confirmed to the Supreme Court, I will keep an open mind in every case. I will do equal right to the poor and to the rich. I will always strive to preserve the Constitution of the United States and the American Rule of Law." Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing Begins A Week From Today

With the death of Arizona Republican Senator John McCain Republicans hold a mere 50 to 49 majority in the Senate. Kavanaugh needs a majority, or 50 votes to be confirmed assuming all Senators are present, so the GOP cannot afford to lose any votes.

What The MSM Doesn’t Get About Trump's Support

What the establishment media doesn’t seem to comprehend is that Donald Trump’s supporters, conservative, populist voters, not just white Evangelical Christians, stick with him because they want results, and Trump, despite his personal foibles is delivering them.

New Poll: Conservatives See Democrats Working for Minority Rule Through Supreme Court

An almost unanimous 99% of those responding to a neww FedUp PAC poll say that liberal Democrats “rely on the courts to overrule the majority” of Americans and that they oppose any judge who “would rule impartially according to the Constitution and the laws.”

Kavanaugh the good umpire the Supreme Court needs

Ken Blackwell, The Hill

Judge Kavanaugh’s respect for the Constitution and the proper role of a judge is evident from a speech last year at Notre Dame Law School in which he likened the role of a judge to that of an umpire. Just like Neil Gorsuch before him, it’s clear that Judge Kavanaugh will make another great justice, one who will protect the constitutional rights of all Americans. The Senate should act swiftly to confirm Kavanaugh so that he can begin protecting our constitutional rights and the separation of powers.

The Strange World of Kavanaugh Opposition

Bradley A. Smith, National Review

Kavanaugh’s critics are adopting an extreme view. After all, while we don’t want foreign nationals interfering in our elections, Americans can benefit from hearing the opinions of foreigners on the effects our political decisions might have. In cooler times, Kavanaugh would be praised for his restraint in not reaching out to decide matters not before the court. If these are the best attacks against Kavanaugh, a judge with an enormous paper trail, it’s a sign that the argument against confirmation is very weak.