Brett Kavanaugh

President Lays Down The Law on Kavanaugh Kerfuffle

For well over a week, the American people have waited patiently for a conclusion.

After electing the most populist President in decades, the United States of America is poised and ready to once again make a splash on the world stage by saying no to globalism…which is, in many ways, the modern day British colonial empire.

Today, the modern British sympathizers are the liberal left of America, with the rowdy libertarians once again playing the part of the…well…rowdy libertarians.

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In the latest bit of resistance rhetoric, a last minute accusation level against Trump’s second Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is looking to derail the honorable judge’s confirmation.

Not if President Trump can help it.

President Trump on Thursday night told Fox News he thinks Brett Kavanaugh is “an outstanding person” who deserves a vote on his Supreme Court nomination, adding: “I don’t think you can delay it any longer.”

The remarks came during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity ahead of a “Make America Great Again” rally in Las Vegas, where Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., is up for re-election.

Christine Blasey Ford alleged that Kavanaugh forced himself onto her and covered her mouth in the 1980s, when Kavanaugh was 17 and she was 15.

“But I don’t think you can delay it any longer. They’ve delayed it a week already,” Trump continued.

While the government attempts to operate as intended, the democrats are, predictably looking to obstruct that success with their shock and awe stall tactics.

They are likely hoping to push any major movements by congress back, until after the 2018 midterms, during which they are hoping for a “blue wave” to sweep them into power.  The only issue is, of course, that the liberal left has been steadily losing support among the American populace over the last decade thanks to a grand, conservative awakening taking place.

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