Ending the Madness: We’re Voting This Week on Kavanaugh Nomination


Kavanaugh Nomination

Ending the Madness: We’re Voting This Week on Kavanaugh’s Nomination

Ending the Madness: We're Voting This Week on Kavanaugh's Nomination
Speaking on the Senate floor Monday afternoon, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell confirmed there will be a full vote on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court this week.”Let me make it very clear. The time for endless delay and obstruction has come to a close,” McConnell said. “Their [Democrats] goalposts keep shifting, but their goal hasn’t moved an inch. Not an inch. The goal has been the same all along.”
“Mr. President, we’ll be voting this week,” he continued.The tentative day for a vote is Thursday. Here’s a look at how the schedule could go down over the next few days.
Multiple media reports on Monday declared the FBI could be done with their seventh background investigation into Kavanaugh as soon as Monday night or early Tuesday.


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