Confirmed! Justice Kavanaugh

By a vote of 50 – 48 Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court has been passed out of the senate. It was likely the most contentious process witnessed, surpassing the calamities that Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas endured. Bork, who was not confirmed, unintentionally added a new word,Borked,to our lexicon. 

In a stunning example of liberal hypocrisy, extreme partisan Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) called Kavanaugh, 53, an “extreme partisan.”

This is the breakdown of the senate votes on confirming Brett M. Kavanaugh, of Maryland, to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.

With this second appointment following Justice Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump has presided over a dramatic change in the configuration of the high court. We should all be grateful to him and acknowledge that his vow to “Make America Great Again,” was much more than a campaign slogan.  It was a pledge to the American people.

May God bless him and grant him increased length of days.


6 Responses to  Confirmed! Justice Kavanaugh

  1. East Valley Conservative says:

    Was surprised to find this in my email box so soon. You guys do good work. I also want to thank you for getting the senate vote up. Very interesting, especially Lisa Murkowski;s “present” vote.

  2. Saguaro Sam says:

    Here’s this, for a big win today:

    Murkowski and her crooked father have always been a thorn in the side of Sarah Palin.

    Did you see Sarah Palin’s tweet to the Murky One this week?
    Looks like Sarah is ready to get back into politics again.

    Murky is safe until 2022. Sadly.
    Apparently always gets the NEA voters.

  3. VINOAZ says:

    We owe a debt of gratitude to a pair of scumbags. Thank you Harry Reid and Chuck Schumer for only 50 votes to confirm.

    • Realist says:

      You’re correct. Those two thought they were sticking it to us when it fact they gave us a gift.

      The greatest gift was Donald Trump. He’s been more than I ever could have hoped for. There were times I was skeptical, but they are long past.

  4. Michael Schmitz says:

    Even Mark Levin had rare high praise of McConnell in holding Scalia’s seat open until after the 2016 election and for sticking to his guns with Kavanaugh’s nomination. Many a lesser man than Kavanaugh would have folded in face of the hysterical onslaught he endured. His wife deserves kudos also.