Jon Kyl: “Coyote” for Supreme Court nominee

One of the great curiosities of the Trump Administration concerns the high number of “Never Trumpers” — Open borders, Country Club Republicans — who somehow worm their way into positions of responsibility and power — allegedly in the service of President Trump.

The latest — and most notorious — example is the decision to have Jon Kyl — the calculating and committed Arizona amnesty supporter, given the responsibility of shepherding U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh through the process of senate confirmation. The former Arizona Senator, who double-crossed the voters who awarded him his last term (sound familiar?), caved on promises of border security, and was all-in for the infamous McCain Amnesty. The cautious “McKyl” made his treacherous turn for crass careerism — ironically, centered on the Supreme Court.

Here’s the way it went down: Kyl, who might know his way around a speedway, but has a crappy understanding of Vegas odds for “shooting craps,” gambled that his support of “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” would result in his nomination to the High Court by George W. Bush. There was just one problem. There was no vacancy. So, Kyl slithered out of the Senate and into a D.C. lobbying job at Covington & Burling where he partners with Obama’s former Attorney General Eric Holder, among others. Last year Kyl was appropriately named to The Hill‘s “Top Lobbyists: Hired Gunslist, rife with Democrats.

The unctuous Kyl, remembered in Arizona for his slimy McCain-like efforts to purge elected conservatives on the precinct level, is now custodian of the new Supreme Court nominee, escorting him through the senate halls to meet with those who will be voting yea or nay on his confirmation.  As recently as February 2018, Phoenix’ KJZZ headlined a report, “Former Sen. Jon Kyl Is No Fan Of President Trump.”

Now the same Kyl is running an escort service on behalf of President Trump’s SCOTUS nominee.

Ain’t Washington grand?

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10 Responses to Jon Kyl: “Coyote” for Supreme Court nominee

  1. Realist says:

    Kyl does nothing for nothing. Someone must be paying the lobbyist to lobby. I’d like to know who and how much. He’s obviously got a motive and it isn’t Pres. Trump, who he has publicly ridiculed.

  2. Matt DeGennaro says:

    News Busters exposes NightLine’s presto-chango use of the word “controversial” (changed to “controversy”) to describe President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee before his decision was even announced or Judge Brett Kavanugh introduced.

    If you have any doubts liberalism is alive and well in the media, this double talk BS should put them to rest.

    https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/scott-whitlock/2018/07/09/nightline-deems-supreme-court-pick-controversial-hes-even-named

  3. VINOAZ says:

    President Trump is neither stupid or a fool and is usually two or three steps ahead of the left. Hopefully that is the case with the traitor Kyl. He may be able to recruit a few of his Democrat and Republicrat friends. I hope the Kavanaugh’s have armed guards protecting them from the leftist sewer dwellers.

  4. Jake sez says:

    I hope we have not had another Justice Roberts thrust upon us.
    Our new nominee went to both Yale and Harvard – two East coast liberal schools – OK. He interned under Justice Kennedy, a moderate Justice, OK. He worked with Justice Keegan a far left liberal – not happy with that. Was a part of the DC Court Of Appeals. Not known for its conservative opinions. But this last thing is a real problem. He was once a member of the George Bush administration and the Bushes have given him a high recommendation. That leaves me very upset. The Bushes whom are “never Trumper’s” and they want to give him a conservative in their image. I don’t think so.

    We have had these hidden liberals justices before. They go in conservatives and come our leftist.

    • PC and State Committeeman says:

      No they just assumed the position to get in as a conserv and once in, like the spider who crossed the stream on the back of the willing frog when he got to the other side he bit the frog and killed him. I fear for our nation as too few get it, way too many don’t have a clue and the few who are trying to fight are just too darn few. Donate to Ken at least let us oust Mr 20% Red 80% Doofus.

  5. PC and State Committeeman says:

    YUK Brett Kavanaugh will be one of the things that will come back to bite POTUS in the rump. Kyl YUK another miss step to give a bite where the sun don’t shine. POTUS has his miss steps piling up and let us hope they don’t surpass the forward steps. Let us not forget his choice of Chris Wray… who swayed him to do that, hmmm just gotta wonder who whispers in his ear to pick all those swamp creatures? And there are a lot of them. We in AZ know Vile Kyl for what he is let us hope the new Sherpa shows his evil side asap.

  6. Dennis O'Brien says:

    Interesting that the radical left Trump haters are already out in force against confirming Kavanaugh. Nut job Chuck Schumer, reading from a prepared script, spewed his talking points with a bile-like eruption, venting that this judicial nominee would overturn Obamacare, abortion on demand, and LGBT ‘rights.’

    My concern is that Kavanaugh was educated by Jesuits, who support all of these social catastrophes.

  7. Saguaro Sam says:

    And it gets even more interesting:

    Last night, after the Supreme announcement, comes this from
    ourshame (or someone using his twitter account):

    “Judge Brett Kavanaugh has impeccable credentials & a strong record of upholding the Constitution. He is widely respected as a fair, independent & mainstream judge. I look forward to the Senate moving forward with a fair & thorough confirmation process. . . ”

    Do you find this statement odd, coming from the one who’s name we do not say?
    Not odd.
    Terms and agreements, you might say.

    Or, as some in the WH like to say, “. . . every dog has its day. . .”
    A phrase used for centuries.

    Did you see the commercially printed signs that were being waved around by the paid protestors?
    The signs said OPPOSE ( and then a blank space).
    The nutjobs then had to use felt tip makers to fill in the name.

    • Anthem Al says:

      The signs you describe fit in perfectly with the Resist, Disrupt and Reject agenda of the Democrats. The issue doesn’t matter. They immobilize at the first text from Soros funded Act Blue or MoveOn. Apparently these easily duped fools don’t have jobs, other than rioting. They must all be living in their parent’s basements. We in AZ are fortunate. Homes here rarely have basements and it’s too damn hot to mobilize on scorching asphalt and cement. Those facts force most of the “kids” to work.