Kavanaugh was sworn in immediately, even while “social” justice warriors swarmed the Capital, vowing revenge in November and continued promises to disrupt the lives of those senators responsible for voting him in.
Enh. I have my own reservations about the newest Justice, which include his role in the eventual decision to make Vince Foster’s death a “suicide”. But that story won’t be aired again in our lifetime. Not until all the major players are long dead.
Kavanaugh also agreed with Roberts that ObamaCare was a tax. It’s a real burden for businesses, but a tax? More like a pox of bureaucracy visited on America by a Congress that has its own gold-plated health insurance for life.
So while I’m glad he made it through the Democrat-created hell they deliberately ignited in the Judiciary Committee – who likes that kind of cowardly behavior? – it remains to be seen just how conservative this fellow is.
Meanwhile, a month from today, we’ll see how this decision by the Senate plays out in the mid-term elections. Historically, the party in power loses the mid-terms but Trump’s election (and continuing high poll numbers) broke those rules in 2016 so we’ll have a better idea how this Senate vote affects things down the line. It may be the case that the historical template is broken beyond repair.
Will there be a higher turnout of voters than there usually is, especially among the Republicans?
Those SJWs are hopping mad, but do they actually register to vote or is this just theater?