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Mel fast 2h
Stupid question, why are the trying to install a judge on the to further their agenda when the Supreme Court is supposed to be impartial, serving all US citizens?
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Holly Figueroa O'Reilly 📢 8h
Note: This guy works for a party that nominated a judge in order to make abortion illegal. Former senior Trump aide Jason Miller has been accused of secretly administering an abortion pill in a smoothie
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Heritage Foundation 10h
"I never thought I would have to again live through the dignity of the Senate and being sullied by personal allegations against a nominee—allegations specifically concocted by political enemies to demean the process and sully the accused."
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Rev. Dr. Chuck Currie Sep 21
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Radical left? I'm a Christian minister, Mr. Trump. I want FBI to investigate Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations for the same reason all get FBI background checks: to ensure high ethical integrity. Sexual assault is never acceptable. I wish you had been taught this.
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Lauren Underwood Sep 19
Professor Christine Blasey Ford's allegations against Judge Kavanaugh are credible, consistent, and deserve full investigation before he receives a lifetime appointment to the highest court in the land.
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Jim Casebier 2h
Replying to @DineshDSouza
The majority want a new Justice who will interpret the as written just like his predecessor did. The Dems want a progressive liberal won’t! You’re voice is important!Let it be heard loud & clear. Retweet with you’re own comment!
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Stephanie Ruhle Sep 21
Does think he is helping Brett Kavanaugh? He is not He is hurting him He is leading a narrative that this administration (& their picks) have NO understanding of sexual assault & don’t believe accusers He is making it significantly worse for
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Supreme Court Places Sep 21
The vote confirming Sandra Day O'Connor to was 99-0, 1981.
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IBDeditorials 34m
"The message Democrats are sending to conservatives: 'We will do whatever it takes to destroy you.'"
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Tom Watson Sep 21
So this asshole flew a flag made of women's underwear in college and limited his judicial hires to women who exuded a "certain model-like femininity." Forget - this man should sit on no bench, anywhere, ever again.
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Democratic Coalition Sep 19
. and the all-male leadership of the committee, will plow ahead on a hearing and then a vote on a man credibly accused of attempted rape and facing some of the worst approval ratings of any nominee in U.S. history
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Kevin O'Donnell 10h
I stand with Karen Monahan and Dr Christine Ford. Put politics aside.
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Steve Vladeck 7h
As the Garland nomination proved, nothing matters in nominations anymore except the vote count. That's not how it should be, but it's clearly how it is. If Rs already had 50 votes, they wouldn't be going through this charade. They don't, though, so they are. That's all.
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Laura Lynn Kelley 2h
Replying to @SenFeinstein
For the same reason they fear an FBI investigation, they do not want the American Voters to know the depths that they will sink to to protect Trump.
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Shawn in Az 🖖🏽🌵 Sep 21
So a certain "righteous" group is threatening to not vote if someone who is accused of sexual assault isn't confirmed to I think it's far past time we take the "angel" out of their name, and just call them the Evicals Who's with me??
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Robert Barnes Sep 20
Grassley counsel Mike Davis, who stirred up Twitter with tweet that he is "unfazed and determined" to confirm Kavanaugh, came to DC from Denver to help confirm his old boss Neil Gorsuch. Served briefly as Gorsuch clerk
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@Conga1 Sep 21
As you are wondering, here's one reason why the timing is suspect...
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Cristian Farias 5h
What “objections within the partnership” might mean: We do business before and don’t wanna upset someone applying for the job. Or some of our partners are pals with Brett Kavanaugh. Or we don’t want to alienate his former clerks. Rinse. Repeat.
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Circa 4h
White House skeptical of Dr. Ford's offer to speak about allegations of sexual assault against nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
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TOᑭ ᖇOᑭE TᖇAViS 10h
JUST IN: A communications adviser for the Senate Judiciary Committee has resigned after an allegation of sexual harassment was exposed by . The advisor was specifically working on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
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