Sen. Susan Collins, Joe Manchin Will Vote “Yes” on Kavanaugh

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Just moments ago, Senator Susan Collins (R-ME)  during a 45 minute speech on the floor of the U. S. Senate announced her intention to vote “Yes” for Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

One’s opinion of Susan Collins’ speech would, of course, depends on whether one is pro or anti Brett Kavanaugh.

Starting with the moment that President Donald J. Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Susan Collins methodically took us back step by step through the events that unfolded by those who plotted against Kavanaugh, the allegations levied against Brett Kavanaugh including attempts to deny the judge his right to due process, upending the rule of law , etc. leading up to her decision to vote “yes” vote on Brett Kavanaugh becoming the next Supreme Court Justice.

Love or hate Susan Collins, it was a good speech.

Immediately after Susan Collins completed her speech, Senator Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) announced that he is a “Yes” to confirm Judge Kavanaugh, starting with a tweet containing his press release.

https://www.manchin.senate.gov/newsroom/press-releases/manchin-to-support-supreme-court-nominee-brett-kavanaugh-

As a result, the usual suspects are in meltdown mode across social media, in the halls of Congress and wherever else there is a gathering of three or more Communists crying in their corn flakes.

Creepy Porn Lawyer, Michael Avenatti is flipping out.  Could it be that CPL was counting on a big payday?

READ  Bookworm Beat 9/26/2018 -- the Kavanaugh illustrated edition
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