Brett Kavanaugh

W. Doubles Down During Kavanaugh Debacle with Words of Wisdom

The unfortunate turmoil surrounding the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh doesn’t seem to be going anywhere any time soon, no matter who weighs in on it.

We’ve heard from 65 women who all believe that the accusations leveled against Kavanaugh are completely bogus, detailing their personal relationships with the judicial official, and their disbelief in regard to him committing such a heinous act.

We’ve also heard from two witnesses named in the accused’s statement.  Both deny any knowledge whatsoever of the incident or even the party in question.

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And we’ve heard from Senator Chuck Grassley, who has made it very clear that this train will keep rolling without the testimony of the accused.

Now, even former President George W. Bush has something to say, and the democrats aren’t going to like it.

The comments read as follows:

“Laura and I have known and respected Brett Kavanaugh for decades, and we stand by our comments the night Judge Kavanaugh was nominated: “He is a fine husband, father, and friend — and a man of the highest integrity. He will make a superb Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.””

Kavanaugh worked for the Bush campaign during the recount of Florida votes following the controversial 2000 election. Bush subsequently nominated Kavanaugh to the Court of Appeals in 2003.

A spokesperson for the 43rd President told CNN that, following Trump’s nomination of Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Bush spoke to the President to congratulate him.

“They spoke, and President Bush appreciated the call and congratulated him on the outstanding choice,” the spokesperson noted.

The President, as well as a number of high level members of his administration have all indicated that Kavanaugh’s accuser’s testimony should be heard, and several opportunities have been made available so far for just that.

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