Brett Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh Confirmation Looking Imminent After MAJOR Decision

There certainly isn’t a bigger story in the nation today, and perhaps the world.

The hard drawn fight between the obstructionist democrats and the Constitutional conservatives of the American traditionalist movement came to a head yesterday as the Washington establishment again pushed against the will of President Trump.

Make no mistake about it, Donald Trump getting a second pick for the Supreme Court was a doomsday scenario for the liberal left, and they knew it.  All the stops had to be pulled in order for them to make even this much of a fuss over the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, but even that hasn’t appeared to work.

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Trending: Science is Settled

One on-the-fence senator has now made up his mind, likely signaling the bitter end for the democratic plan for petty protest.

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona announced Friday morning that he would vote to confirm President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

“I will vote to confirm Judge Kavanaugh,” Flake, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee and was a key undecided Republican vote, said in a statement.
The committee is scheduled to vote on whether to give Kavanaugh a favorable recommendation Friday afternoon. That puts Kavanaugh on track to a previously planned procedural vote on the floor of the US Senate this weekend and a final confirmation vote early next week.
Moments after Flake’s position was announced, the senator himself was immediately confronted by furious demonstrators who aggressively questioned and shouted at the senator while he waited on an elevator.
Had the FBI gotten involved, (something that they have already declined to do on several occasions), and found nothing more to report, there would likely be some new democratic stipulation to Kavanaugh’s appointment.  The cycle certainly wasn’t going to end with the Bureau, as we can tell from the democrats’ own willingness to exploit the confirmation timeline with these unverifiable accusations.
Barring any unforeseen Hail Mary’s from the left, it appears as though we’ll have a Justice Kavanaugh in the near future.

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