Brett Kavanaugh

Dems Shaking After Trump Unleashes Kavanugh Cacophony

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The President has certainly carved out a new communicatory platform within his White House, providing a more accessible version of the role for our modern day.

Of course, one cannot deny the important role that Twitter has played in all of this, allowing our Citizen President to reach out directly to his fellow Americans at a moment’s notice to issue important mission statements or respond to attacks from his critics.  It is this unfettered access to a virtual bullhorn that has the liberal left shaking in their boots over the First Amendment, however, understanding just how powerful a tool the Founders had left us.

And, for it’s part, Twitter has emboldened the President to speak his mind at all times…not only from behind the keyboard…knowing that he can pivot, shift, or defend himself in real-time if need be.

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In the midst of our current fight to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the democrats are betting their entire stack of chips on the possibility of coercing Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford to testify about an alleged, attempted, 36 year old sexual incident involving the Judge.

This incident occurred in high school, at a party that Brett Kavanaugh and two named witnesses do not remember having occurred, by the way.

As the left dances around deadlines and dumps new demands on by the truck full, the President has used a recent public opportunity to make his feelings on the subject clear.

“Democrats are playing a con game — C-O-N,” Trump said in response to the controversy. He made his remarks after his speech at the United Nations General Assembly during a meeting with the new president of Colombia.

The president immediately challenged the accusations from Deborah Ramirez, featured in an uncorroborated story in the New Yorker. Ramirez claimed that Kavanaugh exposed himself during a party when he was in college. Kavanaugh has adamantly denied the accusations.
“The second accuser has nothing,” Trump said, pointing out that she admitted that she was “drunk” at the time and had “time lapses” in her story.

“There were gaps, and she was totally inebriated and all messed up,” Trump said. “She doesn’t know it was him but it might have been him.”

This is likely the boldest language that we’ve seen yet on the subject of Kavanaugh coming from the President.

As of this writing, it appears that a Thursday date for Dr. Ford’s testimony is still possible, although not for a lack of democratic feet-dragging.

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