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justthefacts

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But that's not what much of Kavanaugh's opinion even talked about.

He should fire every one of his clerks.

 

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But that's not what much of Kavanaugh's opinion even talked about.

He should fire every one of his clerks.

I'm sure his clerks write his opinions while he enjoys a beer or 6 and then "reviews" it.
 

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Seriously, Kavanaugh wrote the worst opinion of all time. It is quite clear that he started from the premise of "let's allow as few votes possible to be counted" and then did a half-assed job of coming up with reasons to support that premise. Truly scary behavior in a Supreme Court Justice.

 

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An official California mail-in voter drop box was set on fire by dropping lit material inside destroying about 100 ballots. Who would’ve thought that might happen?
Republican sabotage...
 

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If he’s a terrible justice, maybe you should have made that the basis of your objections rather than his behavior at 17, or his participation in a ritualistic Yale gang rape cult.
 

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If he’s a terrible justice, maybe you should have made that the basis of your objections rather than his behavior at 17, or his participation in a ritualistic Yale gang rape cult.
Yes, clearly the McConnell-led Senate was going to be persuaded by, "he'll simply serve as a rubber stamp for the Trump administration" arguments.
 

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Yes, clearly the McConnell-led Senate was going to be persuaded by, "he'll simply serve as a rubber stamp for the Trump administration" arguments.
That’s also an idiotic argument. And a different one. Interesting that you can’t keep a consistent narrative for 5 seconds. Would be nice to just admit that you didn’t believe any of the accusations during his confirmation.
 

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The good news is I'm sure this isn't happening very often. :rolleyes:
 

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Would be nice to just admit that you didn’t believe any of the accusations during his confirmation.
I believed them, not that I care much but the guy looks like a prick to me. Hopefully the same thing happens to his daughter/s...
 

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That’s also an idiotic argument. And a different one. Interesting that you can’t keep a consistent narrative for 5 seconds. Would be nice to just admit that you didn’t believe any of the accusations during his confirmation.
Kavanaugh also had the opportunity, during questioning, to be much less evasive and more honest. His character was in question and he failed the test by deflecting, selective memory and questionable truthfulness. The foundation of the questions was to get at those things - the content was immaterial. His responses are exactly not what you are looking for in a Supreme Court justice. Contrast his evasiveness with that of the latest nominee. She was evasive as well, but cited logical arguments for her evasiveness. She came off as intelligent and thoughtful. He came off as a liar and not overly intelligent.
 
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