Friday, September 28, 2018

Kavanaugh's Partisanship Nakedly Exposed During Hearing

Good Day World!

One thing is for sure after listening to the testimonies of Judge Kavanaugh and Dr. Ford yesterday; we know Kavanaugh is Trump's and the GOP Senators puppet.

He said as much yesterday, if you took note of his rant against Democrats and praise for Trump's crooked 2016 election.

That's called a stacked deck in poker.

The implications are clear; if confirmed, Kavanaugh can be counted on to carry out not only Trump's agenda but to protect him from impeachment. 

His GOP handlers in the Senate and the Federalist Society, have spent millions, and countless hours, to advance their own stooge to the Supreme Court.

Anyone watching Dr. Ford's testimony couldn't help being touched by her sincerity as she recounted Kavanaugh's assault?

Kavanaugh came off like an angry little boy one moment, and a saint the next. No sex for years after high school? Really? How believable was that party boy who drank beer but never passed out?

How convincing was his proud membership of the Ralph Club for puking after drinking lots of beer? Something he denied doing in excess, despite numerous reports to the contrary that he was a hard drinking jock.

He's one of the Alumni of a group of buddies all proudly claiming to have had sex with the same woman. It's in his Year Book. Yet he claimed to be a choir boy. A reputation he's made up for himself, not one awarded by numerous witnesses.

Which brings us to today. The Senate Judiciary Committee is supposed to be considering the nomination. What they'll really be doing is trying to convince Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Jeff Flake, and Joe Manchin to vote for Kavanaugh. It's a group arm-twisting time.

In response to the Republican's rush to confirm the American Bar Association has called for a full investigation and delay in the conformation process today.

We'll see what happens.

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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