President Trump Concedes – Requests “limited” FBI Investigation of Brett Kavanaugh – Democrats Respond: “this is only one step in the process”…

President Trump has conceded to the demands of the Senate. 

The senate (via Mitch McConnell), as an outcome of Senators Flake, Collins and Murkowski not supporting the nomination, was no longer going to vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh without an FBI investigation.

President Trump calls for a limited investigation in scope and duration.

Within minutes of President Trump acquiescing to the well-constructed demands, DNC operatives speaking on behalf of their controlled client, Christine Ford, attorney Debra Katz and Michael Bromwich insist there will be “no limits”, and this is only “one step in their process”.

WHITE HOUSE: “I’ve ordered the FBI to conduct a supplemental investigation to update Judge Kavanaughs file. As the Senate has requested, this update must be limited in scope and completed in less than one week.”  (link)

BRETT KAVANAUGH (Nominee):  “Throughout this process, Ive been interviewed by the FBI, Ive done a number of background calls directly with the Senate, and yesterday, I answered questions under oath about every topic the Senators and their counsel asked me. Ive done everything they have requested and will continue to cooperate.” (link)

DEMOCRATS: “A thorough investigation is critical to developing all the relevant facts. Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford welcomes this step in the process, and appreciates the efforts of Senators Flake, Manchin, Murkowski and Collins – and all other senators who have supported an FBI investigation – to ensure it is completed before the senate votes on Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination.  No artificial limits as to time or scope should be imposed on this investigation.” (Link)

The Democrats are smart.  They have now positioned the investigation such that any perceived interference by the White House will be weaponized.  The public narrative will be to demand “independence” for the FBI; this allows them to manipulate the investigative parameters from within.  Their operatives are already in place.

If President Trump, or any executive branch official acting on his behalf, attempts to set limits on the FBI investigation of a supreme court nominee, the President will have established the legal grounds for his impeachment.  I know these people.  I know their playbook.  As Mr. Bromwich and Ms. Katz stated this is “a step in their process“.

Ms. Ford will avoid being available for an interview for as long as possible.  She will then provide a name of a critical witness…. who will also avoid being available for an interview for a long as possible…. who will eventually also give a name of a corroborating witness, perhaps with recordings,…  who will avoid being available for an interview for as long as possible…. And so it will go, and so it will go.

Within each step, each day in the process, the insider narrative engineers will be leaking “explosive developments” to the media; who will engage their readers with constructs of wide-eyed interest.  Everyone will be enthralled; thousands of leads will be developed; the nation will be absorbed… Democrats will control every nuance.

This is just the way it is.  Just like the electorate believes in “muh Russia”.

I will continue to outline the predictable democrat plays as tripwires in advance of them being triggered; hopefully, this will allow us to discuss honestly what is happening.

That said, I disagree completely with this decision by President Trump to defer to the Senate.   Even with a tenuous outcome likely, in my brutally honest opinion Mitch McConnell should have been forced to hold a cloture vote on Monday, and a full vote on Tuesday.

This is a personal opinion, likely not supported by many – and generally unpopular, but President Trump should have told Mitch McConnell to let Senators Flake, Murkowski and Collins face the ultimate choice.  Force them to vote either “for” or “against” the will of the people.

This is a constitutional republic working as designed.

By playing the Machiavellian political games of the swamp, President Trump might, repeat might, gain Kavanaugh; however, the underlying system of corrupt and bastardized political processes remains untouched and unfazed.  This approach benefits the swamp.

Perhaps President Trump will eventually win the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh; however, the system will then just move on to the next Machiavellian deployment. In the bigger picture, and again this is likely unpopular, I would prefer to confront the swamp directly – force the vote; if it fails we move to the next nominee and the mid-term election.

Fight us in sunlight.  Fight us where everyone can see.  Fight us directly….. At some point We The People need to end this fight strategy amid shadows and deceivers which is based on scheme and fraud.

Not everyone may agree on this approach, that’s ok.  I understand there are all sorts of opinions on these issues.  However, my sense is that We The People are ready to fight, but we also want our opposition to see the purposeful glare in our eyes as we achieve victory and crush them with overwhelming force.

We need to draw out the deceivers and eliminate them from our ranks.  As a well versed person pointed out recently:

….”How do you fight a virus that continues to mutate and survive, no matter the treatment?”…

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I would argue, you stop trying to treat it… and just kill it.

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2,286 Responses to President Trump Concedes – Requests “limited” FBI Investigation of Brett Kavanaugh – Democrats Respond: “this is only one step in the process”…

  1. Another Scott says:

    President Trump sure made the decision quickly. Maybe he knew it was coming and wanted to do it? Maybe he was just very decisive with a bad decision?

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    • Its unfair to Kavanaugh and his family, but the corrupt RINOs apparently don’t care so Trump is doing what he can to save his nomination. Democrats calculate that having the nominee on the line for the midterm election will drive turnout in their favor, but Trump may believe that the way in which they achieved the delay (by destroying a good man and his family) is a huge mistake and does not want to interrupt them in making that mistake.

      Kavanaugh may have to stick it out through November but this could turn a possible red wave into a red tsunami, leading to larger R majorities and then the RINOs will have no choice but to fall in line and confirm him.

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      • gustafus21 says:

        I wrote these same thoughts a week ago. The mid terms seem to come down to which side is most enraged. I think McConnell and Trump are twisting in the winds of public opinion – thinking there is some”sisterhood “ out here.
        THERE MOST CERTAINLY IS NOT. Where did this fantasy of women as a voting block come from? Women are the least likely to identify as a “constituency”

        The lesbians are , again, controlling the dialogue….. Women do NOT vote the interests of “sisterhood” !!!!!! This is lesbian propaganda – in women’s magazines, talk shows, and Hollywood.

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    • NannyG says:

      Justice Kennedy hand-picked Brett K to replace him as a moderate, swing-voter Justice.
      Pres Trump went along with it.
      BUT Pres Trump would much rather have a more conservative Justice on the court.
      And now, it looks like he will.
      Sure he went along with the call for an additional FBI probe….just the start of the process as Dems put it.
      I feel sorry for Brett K as he was the sacrificial lamb who was an innocent in all this.
      As for Mrs Ford, not so much as her useful idiot days draw to a close, she can get back to her surfing lifestyle.

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      • Don’t count on it. The Dems already have a packaged character assassination ready to go for each and every name on PDJT’s list. We need more recruits for the coming battles.

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        • HerbyGal says:

          They’re using a lot of ammo on this nominee, though. Even the most thick-headed isn’t going to buy that EVERY nominee is the end of the world. (Well, unless they are the looney left, but we’ll never get through to them.)

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        • Let's Roll says:

          Who is researching ‘Dr.’ Ford’s statements under oath. Is she a licensed psychologist in Ca.? U own this mess Sen Grassley.

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        • Doyoulikebeer says:

          The character assassins must’ve called in sick during Gorsuch’s nomination. Must’ve been tough to waiting to recover, considering Kavanaugh is from the same high school as Gorsuch.

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          • Winning 2018 says:

            The BLUE communists and PINK socialists fear Kavanaugh’s judgment of their evil deeds beginning with the events of President Kennedy and events leading up to military arrest and incarceration at GITMO. Yes, they know GITMO’s guillotines are reserved for them, but delaying execution is their tradition.

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        • aarmad says:

          They are even more prepared than they have been for BK. They have been working on smears since the short list came out. There are two goals by the dems. Delay until after the midterms and ultimately cause BK to drop out or voted down. The delaying is working and will continue unless McConnell and Grassley stop it dead in it tracks. They can do that now after the ONE WEEK background checks. If the dems try delaying further, McConnell should just declare a vote immediately, immediately!!!!

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      • gustafus21 says:

        Now there,s a tasty theory. I thought BK was hard core Scalia material.

        If this guy is Kennedy redux – who cares? He’s a nice man being tortured, but if he will be replaced by a zealot female- I’m on board!!!

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Hard to picture Ms. Ford surfing.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Hard to picture Ms. Ford surfing.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Hard to picture Ms. Ford surfing.

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      • tucker7518 says:

        Hard to picture Ms. Ford surfing.

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    • mimbler says:

      PDJT was being asked about requesting the FBI to investigate Kavanaugh over a week ago. He had plenty of time to think it through.

      Time will tell whether it was a good or bad decision. Or what I suspect, the best play of a poorly dealt hand.

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      • gustafus21 says:

        I know our family has been whipped into a murderous frenzy over this. My otherwise temperate 74 yr old sister (who has never even held a weapon – we are not hunters or military). —— she was screaming to me on the phone that she thinks we will need guns to murder all democrats !!! —

        This is soooo uncharacteristic for this grandmother and former French teacher 😁

        So maybe the President is willing to let the wolves feed on BK – knowing the reaction on the right will be murderous – and – activist.

        The theory seems to be to calm the opposition into complacency – and whip supporters into a frenzy of retributive fantasy. Which is the closest our side gets to actual violence

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        • Sentient says:

          You can buy guns in MN without a background check at a gun show – from a private party. That’s the so-called gun show loophole, which I strongly support.

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          • MontanaMel says:

            AND:
            EVERY US Citizen has the right under our laws (BATF) to “build or make” a firearm of their choice – legal within today’s laws for them to own/posses” without paperwork or BG check of any kind! This is where the 80% rule comes from… No one needs to know what you have under your bed…. assign your own serial number or “mark”… These are currently mostly available in 223/5.56mm and 308/7.62mm calibers..Google “80% guns”.

            And…Check-6, but pile up a lot of ammo too…

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          • Riky Nesla says:

            There is no “gun show loophole”
            If you buy a firearm from a private party it is just buying from a private party regardless of where the purchase is conducted.

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            • Covadonga says:

              True, but if you’re trading with a private party whom you’ve never met before, it’s less risky vis-a-vis several different possible negative outcomes to do it at a gun show, rather than, say, in the parking lot of a strip mall.

              Why?

              Law enforcement officers, both in uniform (highly visible) and out of uniform (could be that guy standing 6 ft. away over there, looking down at his cellphone,) are known to be enthusiastic and numerous participants in gun shows.

              For that reason, potential buyers and sellers with sketchy pasts tend to avoid gun shows.

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        • Xena Laminak says:

          I had a friend stop by to help unplug a toilet and to puppy sit. We sat and screamed every filthy word in the English language and I mean EVERY single word at the TV! My blood pressure shot up and I kept right on ranting that we were witnessing the end of America. The Asteroid needs to hurry up. Goodness and decency are no longer in the toilet they are now in the septic tank! Glad to know your 74 year old feels the same way.

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  2. mr.piddles says:

    Have the consmearators considered the considerable downside if he loses the gig? A defamation suit would require discovery. Discovery will expose the entire mechanism and facts of the strategy… emails, statements from Senate staff, actions taken to obstruct, delay, etc. There should be plenty of circumstantial and direct evidence to show there was a deliberate attempt to defame his character and cause reputational and financial harm, not to mention the psychological trauma to him and the whole family. Not only will there be liabilities on various parties, but the role of the scumbag Dems and scumbag lawyers will be fully exposed to the public.

    Thoughts?

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    • redzonedog says:

      Nothing bad happens to democrats.

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      • Kathkath says:

        They lost in 2016. That was pretty bad for them. And they will lose 11/6/18 too. They have overexposed themselves with this revolting smear campaign and shown the world how morally corrupt and devoid of human decency they really are.

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      • Daniel says:

        I agree. And as many of them may find themselves behind bars for the wide range of intelligence leaks and conspiracy, it would be GOOD for them, not bad, to end up in prison.

        I know what you’re saying, but their crimes are public and visible. The left are fighting HARD not only for their agenda but for their lives. And the fight not only serves to preserve themselves, but also serve to create the appearance of anything happening to them in response is “political revenge” and not criminal justice.

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    • j1u2l3i4a5 says:

      If we can’t even do anything to the freaks that spied on Trump and sabotaged him while he ran for president and after he won, how can we expect anything to happen to these sleaze balls in the Senate?

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  3. With weak, spineless, feckless wimpy GOP members in Congress who always allow themselves to be rolled over and dictated to by the criminal Dems who are in the minority, its no wonder the US is on its way down the tubes. The Dems might as well make a clean sweep in the mid terms as it is obvious they control proceedings anyway. I am utterly and totally DISGUSTED!!!!

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    • Dee says:

      Dont. Give. Up. These are battles. We win some, we lose some. Its the WAR we must focus on. Have courage. You MUST vote straight R and forget about everything else right now. If they win the November battle ull be WAY worse than DISGUSTED, we could be facing the impeachment of the president and policies and we could become China overnight. They wont ever let us back up again. WE MUST FIGHT THE BASTARDS AND NEVER GIVE UP! Cuz THEY wont. 😬

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    • notunderwhelmed says:

      Who seriously believes that egged up Flake pulled this stunt because of some Soris funded kabuki actress accosted him in an elevator. BS. How much global $ will this puke reap when his sorry obstructionist ass is out of office? Follow the $. Which entities are funding these smears?

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  4. ZurichMike says:

    McConnell should have “forced a vote”? How? And risk losing GOP votes from handwringers like Collins, Murkowski, and Flake and therefore not have enough to votes to confirm Kavanaugh?

    JFC. Just yesterday it was all “Cold Anger” and now it’s back to Debbie Downer shrieking.

    How is Trump obstructing by limiting the FBI investigation? Oh, that’s right. He didn’t. It was GRASSLEY who said it would be a limited, one-week investigation, not Trump. Trump just said “OK– whatever” and Grassley probably had to agree to this so that sanctimonious Jeff Flake, the noted anti-Trump asshat, would vote Kavanaugh out of committee.

    The FBI already had said prior to this kabuki theater that it would not investigate Ford’s claim, as did prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, since there was NOTHING added by Ford to make the FBI change its mind.

    The FBI does not have to interview anyone. They have to INVESTIGATE the allegation and may do so based on Ford’s sworn testimony and the sworn testimony of Kavanaugh.

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    • Doreen Scott says:

      Since the supreme court vote will be held up for a week it would be a great time for all the unrededacted information to be released. President Trump said he didn’t want to release it while the hearings were going on. So now he has a free week to get it out there.

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      The FBI will file a report in one week.
      That was the agreement.

      After that the Dems will try to delay further by calling another hearing to hear from all the witnesses.

      They want to get Mark Judge in that chair and discredit him, and make him admit to not being able to remember the attack on Ford because he has had many blackouts during his long career in alcoholism.

      The key to this entire charade has always been the unreliability of Brett Kavanaugh’s boyhood friend, Mark Judge.

      It’s as clear as glass to me that this is the Democrats’ strategy, and has been all along.

      The Republicans cannot cave on this, they must take a vote within days of release of the FBI report.

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      • Waymore says:

        The FBI might indeed ask Mark, “ is it possible this incident happened, and you just don’t recall?”. Or, “ is it possible you saw BK ( fill in the blank), and you have forgotten it?”. I hope his attorney preps him to say, “ no, if this happened, I would have definitely remembered it (despite years of drinking).” Or, “no, because it’s completely contrary to Brett’s character, and he would never, ever have done such a thing.” Mark can’t leave the door open even a little that this event might have occurred. Saying something did not happen, is much stronger than saying I don’t recall it happening and he can easily say both in this instance.
        (If anyone reads this, and agrees, can you print this and send it to his attorney today? I would do it, but I don’t have a printer). Thanks

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      • Armchair Quarterback says:

        Bingo……from the time I first heard the name Mark Judge I figured the Dems scheme was to tie Brett Kavanaughs reputation to that of Mark Judge. The Dems will now add guilt by association to their trying of the Judge in the court of public opinion and the republicans will let it happen. This is the natural consequence of pre releasing a list of Supreme Court candidates prior to your election. Your opponent (the dems) have plenty of time for oppo research. This nomination is now in serious jeopardy! After all, we all know what they say about birds of a feather!

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        • graphiclucidity says:

          The Dems are going to oppo-research no matter who it is.

          Nah, this is a consequence of an alcoholic writing a book about his wild high school years and barely disguising his childhood friend’s name in it describing him vomiting and passing out.

          I feel for Mark Judge right now, he must be devastated that his writing a book over twenty years ago has nearly destroyed his friend’s life.

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        • Covadonga says:

          Especially birds of a Red feather, like these Democrats.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        Exactly! That is why Dr. Fraud stressed the point that if they could pinpoint the time that Mark Judge worked at that store (Safeway?) she could more credibly date when the alleged attack occurred. Get Mark Judge in the hot seat and destroy him so her story is found to ring true. MHOO

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      • mimbler says:

        Mark Judge has admitted to poor actions and alcoholism during that time period. The dems would like to detail out that behavior and use guilt by association to tar K with it.

        In reality Judge’s behavior is totally irrelevant.

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      • HerbyGal says:

        I’ve said the same thing. They see Judge as unstable and someone they can maneuver into saying what they want. If he is driven to suicide or starts drinking again? No matter to the evil Dems. End justifies the means and all, donchaknow? I’m sure this has been stressful enough for him being dragged into this. I pray the GOP will never allow that.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Kavanaugh will probably not be confirmed, which is a shame. However, I hope his name is not withdrawn. The senators should have to vote; we want to see exactly what each one does.

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      • gustafus21 says:

        The name of the game in DC seems to be VISUALS. IF BK is consumed and destroyed by a FERAL, unapologetic left – it adds to the passions of the conservative base – he’ll – my 74 yr old sister is telling me she wants to get a gun and start murdering random Democrats !!!! If only readers knew this woman – you would understand the insanity of such claims

        That said, we all gathered in Denver this week for my birthday , and even our apolitical daughters ( real and inlaw) – were hounded for their apathy. My son in law spend an hour in the garage feigning some task, but was glued to BillMithell’s twitter feed and Alex Jones.

        Our side is wild eyed -in the extreme .

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    • notunderwhelmed says:

      Who seriously believes that effed up Flake pulled this stunt because of some Soros -funded kabuki actress accosted him in an elevator?
      BS. How much global $ will this puke reap when his sorry obstructionist ass is out of office? Follow the $. Which entities are funding these smears? Murcia-ski and Gin-Collins are not handwringing. They are performing as instructed.

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      • Jan says:

        a cynical citizen might question if those protestors were staged and a cover for Flake? A future stake in cryptocurrency? Congress asked the SEC for guidelines yesterday. Arizona is moving to become very cryptocurrency friendly and Soros is a crypto bull…

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        • graphiclucidity says:

          Call me cynical then because I agree it was a setup with Flake in on it.

          I don’t know or really care what his payoff will be, but that entire scene in the elevator yesterday was just a little too perfect, and Flake’s acting job a little too terrible, for me to fall for it.

          If that is what Mormonism does to a man, I want no part of it.
          (No offense intended to Mormons reading this.)

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    • law4lifeblog says:

      Flake vote was NOT needed to send nomination to full Senate, it could have gone to full vote without Judiciary Committee approval,

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      • graphiclucidity says:

        True, but if it was not voted out of committee, all the more reason for the three holdout Republicans to vote against on the final vote.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        You’re not paying attention. Flake, Murkowski, and Collins would not have voted yes if it went to the Senate directly.

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      • Jpcarson says:

        Law4life is correct. The committee vote doesn’t even have to be a positive affirmation to move the nominee to the floor of the full Senate for a vote. So at that point in committee, Flake’s yes vote was not necessary to move the nominee to the full Senate.

        Now, however, the Flake, Collins, and Murkowski votes are necessary to confirm Judge K in the full Senate. Apparently, allowing the FBI a “limited in scope and duration” investigation (which is what Flake requested in committee), will secure those three votes for Kavanaugh and maybe a couple more.

        McConnell now has his votes to confirm, we just have to wait and see how much more bullshit the Dems try to pull this week. The FBI investigation will not take a week (hell they have already done 6 on the Judge himself!). Collect the statements of Mark Judge, PJ, and Ford’s girlfriend (they probably already have done that), a review with Judge K, and whatever they decide to do with Ford—write and submit the report to the Senate. And possibly do a forensics analysis on Kavanaugh’s calendar for good measure to prove it was of 1982 origin.

        The only question is what will the Dems fabricate in the meantime, which should not interfere with the limited scope of this investigation (I know, but they will demand that the FBI must look into these also!).

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        • Peppurr says:

          Jp Carson: What concerns me, is the Flakes request of “limited in scope and duration” clause. Sundance posted on this and the gist of this (as I understood it) is that you cannot demand any time frame of the FBI. According to Sen Hatch’s letter to FBI, Hatch states President Trump has requested one week. The reason for this is that a it interferes with the FBIs independence and is therefore an impeachable offense. Also, Sundance made note that the lawyer for Ford is was McCabe’s atty. I’m hoping to be wrong with this interpretation.

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  5. redzonedog says:

    Bottom line is ….waste of time….which is their plan.

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  6. Roger Eles says:

    Trumpy should be embarrassed believing Dr. Ford. He should know better based on his own experience. Just as he never tried to grab them by the py, so must Dr. Ford never have been assaulted.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      “Trumpy”? And who said Trump believed Dr. Ford? Do you have quote or a citation? Or is this just more triggered NeverTrump BS?

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      He never said he believed her. I believe his statement was that she made a credible witness. Someone will correct me if I am remembering incorrectly.

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      • paris23 says:

        That is what he said. I believe the Republican stance has been predetermined — to be kind and polite about the pretend victim. This is much better for PR than to tell the truth about the woman. It doesn’t mean he believes a word she said.

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      • mimbler says:

        And he said her testimony was compelling,

        I respect those with opposing opinions, but I think
        a) it was wrong because he doesn’t really believe it and
        b) it was wrong because it undermines Kavanaugh.

        I know why he said those things of course, but I don’t think it helped.

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        • gustafus21 says:

          This new paradigm wherein all women are treated as petite flowers – is unsustainable- and will lead to only tough conservative women being able to confront and take down these miserable btches on the left

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          • mimbler says:

            Yes, and I wonder if another part of their overall strategy is to make it tough to run or appoint any people other than women?
            And statistically, women are more likely to have liberal tendencies.

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    • law4lifeblog says:

      Roger Eles, “Trumpy”…really? You have just discredited every future post you ever make here, IMHO.

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    • mauiis says:

      “Trumpy?”

      Your ridiculous, LibShit repetition of obvious lies is better suited for The Hill or some other lefty chamber pot.

      Posts like yours are meant only for ‘nose wringing’ and have nothing to do with elevating discourse. Pretty sure the mods will sniff you out and, hopefully, ban your ridiculous self.

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    • old deplorable owl says:

      Your time, and ours, would be much better spent by your picking the dingleberries out of your hair instead of yapping and jumping around the base of our tree. Go away!

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  7. This is a good move by POTUS. There’s something to this, Wray is running the FBI, he’s been pretty quite in all this. He knew this was coming, along with Sessions and Rosenstein. The FBI is under so much scrutiny these days that any deviation from the scope of this new investigation would be ludicrous and further destroy the public trust.

    Let’s also remember that the FBI has done numerous background checks on the Judge, even as recently as this year. If they now find some “new” compelling dirt on the Judge the public trust of the FBI will be even more in question than it is now, not to mention the hit the FBI will take for being inept because they missed this rape dirt for all these years with so many background checks.

    No…this is a good move for the POTUS and GOP Senate…another week won’t hurt.

    Final outcome will be as follows, with an announcement from the FBI:

    “After serious investigation and questioning of multiple subjects the FBI has found nothing new!”

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  8. Remember folks if the FBI finds that the Judge is a rapist…he’ll have to step down as a judge, remember he’s a sitting Federal Judge. The FBI will be held accountable for missing all of this dirt for so many years!!!

    Think people think!!!

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  9. gman-reloaded says:

    Flake and the Dems couldn’t care less about Chrissy Ford.
    This has been planned for long time and the FBI is playing along.
    Grassley was part of it from the get-go

    There’s no telling who’s blackmailing whom on this. But there’s a lot of it going on
    I’m not sure about Gramsky but he looked genuinly disgusted

    So, Trump had (2) options:
    Deny the FBI investigation and lose Kav
    Order the FBI investigation and lose Kav

    In the menatime, where’s the declass report via IG?
    Oh, and BTW, Trump signed another spending bill with a measly 1.9 billion for the wall, but that fully funds planned parenthood

    I have always disagreed with the 4D chess idea.

    The DS is running circles around Trump.

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    • HerbyGal says:

      Graham was so angry and calling out Flake to vote yes. Then when Flake did what he did, after Graham was interviewed and he was all calm….. Said Jeff was a good guy. I didn’t get it. Everyone was yucking it up prior to being called to order. Then Jeff Flake is traumatized with the elevator thing? But now I think about it, Flake made kind of a big show leaving the room and coming back. Could he be in on it? Is Lindsay calm because he knows something we don’t? McConnell assured people at the Value Voters summit (or whatever it was) that Kavanaugh would be confirmed, not to get all caught up in the mess, etc. Maybe there IS a plan. I’d like to think so. I feel like I’m on a roller coaster these days, but always feel better after reading comments here. Good points about them knowing all the behind the scene stuff most likely. There’s just so many still in government that can’t be trusted, including Republicans.

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  10. retired IG says:

    Don’t know if this will work but the graphic from Greg Hunter is priceless.

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  11. KittyKat says:

    A rule I sometimes apply to making decisions is “first thought, best thought.” I remember reading that President Trump’s first choice for the SCOTUS seat was a woman, can’t remember her name, or where I read it.

    The same story said he was persuaded to instead select Kavanaugh — who spent a lot of time in the Bush administration.

    If it’s true that President Trump was persuaded to choose to Kavanaugh instead of his first choice, I’m sure Lindsey Graham was one of the persuaders — which would explain Graham’s passionate defence of Kavanaugh on Thursday.

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    • LouisianaTeaRose says:

      Amy Coney Barrett. Poster girl for everything taken away from the slime machine, stading by for RBG when she gets jumped by Jesus.

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      • KittyKat says:

        Thank you much for her name. Maybe his first thought was the best thought.

        I respect Kavanaugh and don’t believe the. false accusations even one little bit, but I do fear he might be a Bushie swamper who won’t consistently support President Trump’s agenda. And no matter how great LG was on Thursday, I still don’t trust him.

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    • law4lifeblog says:

      KittyKat, please share one bit of evidence that ANY of this circus has to do with WHO or WHAT Kavanaugh is. I’m appalled that any conservatives or Treepers are pinning this to PTs choice of nominee. They were going to do this to ANY nominee for a 5th non-leftist seat. Better to fight back and squash this now so it will be less effective against Amy Barrett.

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      • graphiclucidity says:

        Better for Brett Kavanaugh to sue every accuser, their lawyers, the media, and their Democrat enablers, for every penny they own.

        The Judge should sue whether he is seated on SCOTUS, or not, so that they will all think twice before pulling this on a future nominee.

        I know it’s not likely to happen, but desperate times, desperate measures.

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  12. corkyboyd says:

    Most everyone here thinks Trump has caved. First, you must ask yourself how often has Trump thrown in the towel. He will win the Mueller investigation and destroy the top tier of DOJ, FBI and the intelligence community in doing it. Most likely this will be an investigation of Dr. Ford, not Judge Kavanough. She has had only superficial inspection and has probably made some enemies, both with neighbors or in her teaching role. We won’t have to wait long. We will know in a week.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Investigation toward Ford is already telling by the act that not one of her family has come forward to corroborate her claims as they know they would be under oath and could be charged whether intentional or unintentional for lying to the FBI. Also MD has stated that the particular crime she is attesting had a one year statute of limitations back in early 1980’s. The investigation into Ford, her Lawyers, the go fund me bribery/accounts and the background in how this whole sham was brought to the senate should also include Fienstein, other minority members of the committee, media and their informants. Forget go find me as a bribe, $ will be used for bail.
      This will keep the left busy every day leading up to the midterm election and beyond.

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  13. With all my love, Kavanaugh is a pick for the establishment. Why should POTUS take the heat to fight for them?

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    • CopperTop says:

      My thoughts exactly. If they won’t confirm BK they were NEVER Going to. BK is either in next Thursday or PDJT queues up his original idea (and his Sister’s choice). Regardless of Nov (which will be a landslide for Cold Anger).

      SD says this is playing in shadows. Seems like sunlight. Slight: Perjury very possible on Ford. Slight: Test out if FBI has any ability to be competent under Wray. Slight: forces Senate vote and deal with their own mess or get the next hearing for nominee 2 underway. Slight: Buy time for nominee number 2 to really commit.. because the fake horrors dreamed up are going to be well crafted and supported by all MSM and be 10 x worse than anyone can imagine.

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    • KittyKat says:

      That is exactly how I see it too.

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    • law4lifeblog says:

      The problem is NOT Kavanaugh, though he wasn’t my first choice. Some are getting distracted by the shiny object (Kavanaugh) when the real issue is that this nomination failing is a death blow to this administration. The tremendous weakness it would project would be devastating.

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      • gustafus21 says:

        NO NO NO – the mid terms are about blood in the eye of your base! This “defeat” is causing a tectonic event on the right . The left has assuaged the bull dyke contingent – which is now out of steam. If the gop sacrifices Kennedy lite to the gods of MeToo – I think it fuels the Trumpets and the Will/Noonan contingent on the right.

        We may end up with a real bruiser after this. This was a one trick pony

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      • During last 2 years, POTUS already took so many bullets for republicans, conservatives, and the American people. The last thing POTUS should have done was to take another bullet to refuse to open an FBI investigation after the Judicial Committee and the once formidably powerful GOP establishment already caved.

        POTUS supported judge Kavanaugh with good faith. But in the end of the day, this was more of a GOP establishment’s battle than of a Trump battle.

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        • gustafus21 says:

          I agree. PT’s acquiesce says volumes

          . While George Will and Peggy Noonan join Graham in fits of outrage – there is a female pit bull in the wings.

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  14. The FB8 has a lot to investigate:
    Why did Ford’s attorneys not inform Ford of Grassleys offer of private interview?
    What did Ford’s attorneys promise Ford in terms of her requirement to testify?
    Who paid for Ford’s polygraph and what are results and transcripts?
    Why did Sen. Feinstein withhold Ford’s letter from the Judiciary Committee for 6 weeks?
    Why did Sen. Feinstein not ask Kavanaugh about this issue in her private meeting with K?
    Why is Dick Durban such a namesake?
    When does Sen Feinstein’s (D-Beijing) Censure investigation start?

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  15. Cleetus says:

    I think everyone is under a misplaced impression in terms of this FBI investigation. The question that must be asked is what can be investigated? They already have investigated Kavanaugh extensively so any further work there will be fruitless. No, every bit of question comes from the new allegations from Ford and to a lessor extent others. I predict the results of the FBI investigation will be a litany of Ford’s inconsistencies, her work as a Leftist shill, contents of her now terminated and erased social media accounts, and so forth, that will paint her as a Leftist partisan of the first order whose story has so many holes that it cannot be believed. Additionally, the report will likely show all evidence indicating that Kavanaugh was innocent of all charges. The politics of this kind of report would be terrible for the Democrats/Left. It would give every appearance of Conservatives bending over backwards, going the extra mile to be fair according to the Left/Democrat standard while it will paint the Left/Democrats as highly partisan, dishonest and political hacks who created this furor out of whole cloth. It will be the latest result that is killing the Left/Democrats by a thousand cuts and the best part about it is that it is being done at their own insistence.

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    • LouisianaTeaRose says:

      I am there with you, Cletus (that name!) such a great illustration of how ya better be careful in what yur askin’ fer. Just might get it, in spades! So much stuff to work with here , just not r/t Judge K…and right before the election, too! Ubetcha…timing is everthing! Good Lord, luv me sum VSGPDJT❤️

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      FIB–oops–FBI will probably simply say that they could find no corroboration for any of the accusations. KISS. He has already been investigated numerous times.

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    • law4lifeblog says:

      Facebook and Twitter can fight subpoenas for months. This is ALL about enough delay to kill the nomination, win the midterms and stop PT’s agenda.

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      • gustafus21 says:

        What if PT folds on BK and proffers a RABID female next? Even if it takes place after the mid terms – BK isn’t going to make it onto the SC for the first few cases anyway – we may be trading Bushbot/Kennedy Lite for a Rabid Replacement

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  16. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    HEY, EVERYBODY! GET YOUR HAPPY WARRIOR ON!!!!

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  17. Pat Frederick says:

    I disagree respectfully with Sundance on this being a POTUS mistake. If Kavanaugh would have been voted on without the additional FBI investigation the Dems would always protest and argue that his opinions from the Supreme Court were tainted.
    There is nothing to find on Kavanaugh–nothing–but this is a way to clear his good name and restore some of his honor.

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  18. SUPy’all says:

    It’s hard for me to believe our genius President would agree to this if he already didn’t have a really good idea how the investigation would turn out.

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    • mimbler says:

      We all know how the investigation will turn out. It will be fine

      What we don’t know is how the process will turn out and what the dems will do with the added delay time.

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  19. Jane Smith says:

    President Trump has tried to re-establish the divisions of power in Government.
    He is giving Congress a chance.

    An important thing happened as a consequence…Kavanaugh was voted on and moved out of committee.
    This was huge!

    Now, the FBI will find nothing new after a few days of interviews.
    The hold-out Senators will have no more excuse.
    The full Senate vote will happen.

    Kavanaugh will be the next SCOTUS Justice.

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  20. So this will be another version of the Russian investigations. I think McConnell was going to hold a vote but must have known he didn’t have the votes in place….. these Democrats are destroying the country over absolute power, even after Obama left officer. Our poor country.

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  21. K.N. McBride says:

    I think a lot of people – including Sundance – have this backwards. Trump never does something he doesn’t want. Never.

    He also understands that this isn’t about anything other than power. Getting to 50 votes is the art of the deal. He knows full well that the Democrats are dealing with him in bad faith and has likely been watching with amusement as they telegraph their punches.

    That’s why he immediately agreed to the FBI investigation. Kavanaugh is clean. Everyone knows it. It’s Ford who is going to be put through the wringer – not in public, but in private, with perjury traps thrown all around her.

    The FBI will do this not because they are professional or like Trump, but to protect the Deep State. Ask yourself – what is more Deep State than federal judges?

    This metoo nonsense terrifies the judiciary. Liberal or conservative, all of them are shocked to their core that their lifetime appointment could be cut short because of transparent b.s. charges.

    Now ask yourself – who does the FBI fear more than anyone else? Federal judges. If they see the FBI take a dive on protecting one of their own, do you think they’re going to do jack to protect crooked agents?

    No, the Dems never expected Trump to give them what they wanted. This was an empty demand that would go nowhere, a fig leaf to justify a “no” vote. Trump knew it and called their bluff.

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    • gustafus21 says:

      What if BK was Kennedy Lite – and PT backed him out of expediency – because that was the deal with Kennedy?

      I don’t think a loss to Dems in this kind of street fight is damaging to The Donald.

      Peggy Noonan and George Will are probably apoplectic – but I’m not sure this was Trump’s battle .This was GOP DC Versus DNC DC

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  22. wolfrom1 says:

    Everything fine today. How long until someone else says me too!
    Do we have one more investigation?

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    • gustafus21 says:

      YES! The movement is already losing steam and support – remember – half the country are men – and half the left is men –

      And the lesbian left is fueling this war on men – let it play out until not a one is believed

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      • gustafus21 says:

        Remember alpha lesbian females are the Generals in the war on men and family – beta gay men are foot soldiers – and beta (read straight) females are cannon fodder

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  23. AbeLincoln says:

    What if Kav and Ford are on the same team and were looking to draw out Trump for impeachment so Pence could be put in and Swamp on we go…

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  24. Doug Amos says:

    May be overly optimistic; thinking Juanita Broderick is the wild card in Mr. Trump’s hand. If the FBI has to recognize Mr Kavanaugh’s accusers, do they also not have to respond to her accusations? Could W Clinton and W Cosby soon be neighbours?

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  25. DSP2 says:

    The reason the polygraph test Ford took and not being released is because she took it to test her ability to lie and refine it!!!! The FBI needs to look into this.

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  26. Greg1 says:

    According to Fox this morning, Maryland democrats are demanding Maryland law enforcement conduct an investigation into Kavanaugh………………and they are demanding that third parties be able to get it rolling ……………and they don’t think anyone should actually have to file an official complaint. You know, with sworn testimony into the accusations and such.

    Maryland law enforcement has now said they WILL investigate, even though the law would have to be applied as it was written at the time and the statute of limitations expired after one year from the date of the claimed incident.

    The pretty part? There is a catch………….

    Whoever files the complaint actually has to file the complaint. Sworn testimony and all.

    CRICKETS from democrats!

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  27. Jeff says:

    consider this !! ” you’re watching a movie ” ~ Q or a series of Movies 1, 2, and 3

    Movie 1 is SPEED where the Muller “Trump Russia ” investigation is the BUS that as long as it keep up to SPEED ( 50 mph in the movie ) Trump will be seen to be a tyrant if he attempts to stop the ” BUS ”

    Movie 2 is THE STING . Who remembers Henry Gandorf as THE MARK set up by Redford and Newman ?

    Imagine if you will that Diane Feinstein , ranking D member , is the MARK . She is the one who brought in MkUltra mind contol C_A asset Dr Ford for her performance at the committee . FLAKE has them all fooled thinking here we go another delay .

    SUDDENLY the Grassley gavel slams and we hear ” 2 hour rule ” !! Henry Gandorf Feinstein replies ….” WHAAaaaaaat ? ”

    watch and see as the roll call WAS THE VOTE to send the vote to the FULL SENATE

    FF to about 2:18 as the ACTORS play their part in THE STING ….. The look on Henry Gandorf’s face was about the same as Diane Feinstein’s as she said ” WHHAaaat ”

    Vote goes to full Senate where UNIPARTY is under FULL CONTROL by POTUS

    watch as Henry Gandorf Feinstein says “WHAAAT ” about at 9:40

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  28. TJ says:

    If you are wondering how Dr. Ford could be wrong about Kavanaugh – when she is “100% certain” he assaulted her – here are more than 250 examples of men who wrongly went to prison because a victim was “100% certain” of their attackers.

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    • 6x47 says:

      There is an episode of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” where a woman is brutally attacked and is so traumatized she believes she is dead. “He killed me”, she says over and over.

      When she is released from the hospital, physically well but still psychologically shattered, she sees a man on the street as her husband drives her home. She blandly states, “That’s him. That’s the man who killed me.”

      Her husband asks her if she’s sure and she insists yes, that’s the man. Her husband follows the man, and when he gets an opportunity he kills him.

      He returns to his wife, still waiting in the car. They resume driving home.

      Almost immediately she sees a man on the street and points to him: “That’s him. Thats the man who killed me.”

      And her husband knows, to his great horror, that he just killed an innocent man on the word of a basket case.

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  29. My only thought at this point would be that if the democrats really want a deep dive into the Ford matter (they don’t) the FBI should immediately run a thorough criminal, driving, and financial credit history on this woman as well as subpoena all her employment and medical records……. Including her psych. charts. I’ll bet my next paycheck this woman has a history that would kill her credibility, even among the low information crowd and expose her as the mental basket-case she is. I would then confidentially dump this info in the democrats laps and tell them to back off or, as they demanded, it will come out.

    Screw ’em.

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  30. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    The FIB could quickly determine that all accusations against Judge Kavanaugh have no evidence to back them up. They can then move on to question who is behind all this recent Occupy the Senate nonsense. They should start by questioning GeorgeSoros and his three offspring.

    #WAR ~ MAGA

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  31. lorac says:

    Doing genealogy. On a whim typed in Ralph G Blasey. Christine Margaret Blasey has a family tree on ancestry.com but it is private. I did find a Ralph Gilbert Blasey who died in June 1982. I believe that is Blasey Ford paternal grandfather. I couldn’t find the exact date in June he died or an obit to determine the funeral information. Whatever those dates are it would mean that Blasey Ford probably wouldn’t be put at a gathering or party ..She would be at a viewing and funeral ..would eliminate a few more days the “event” could have happened.

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  32. Hopper Creek says:

    Not sure how “smart” the Dems R in this treasousness Commie Red assalt on our Republic,I understand S D s reasoning, but
    they are exposing themseves as 2 who they really R…Traitors….

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  33. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    So has the President committed an impeachable crime by agreeing to what the Senate has requested? SD, is that what you have stated?

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  34. Howard Richman says:

    The FBI could check out whether Kavanaugh’s accusers are serial accusers. Scott Addams talks about this in his latest Periscope:

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  35. 6x47 says:

    Dr. Ford welcomes this step in the process?

    See how quickly she and the Democrats change their minds when the FBI quickly determines there isn’t any credible evidence to the attempted rape charge and moves on to the perjury and subornation of perjury and lying to federal investigators on the Democrat side.

    (sigh)

    Unless, once again, Black Hats in the FBI convince all the Trump appointees to recuse leaving the pussy-hat wearing Obama holdover members on The Resistance to investigate. In which case they’ll grant immunity to all the perjurers and permit them to destroy evidence under subpoena, while endlessly pursuing Judge Kavanaugh.

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  36. LarryG says:

    I agree with Sundance on all points here, and appreciate his detailed analysis, and I was sickened when, within minutes of Flake’s “very reasonable-sounding request” for a clearly-limited delay to allow for the additional FBI investigation, and the vote being taken, Coons affirmed then backpedaled on the time and scope limits agreed upon in the same statement, but I’m frustrated and confused by the idea of Ford and her attorney’s having ANY control or say at all in how this “supplemental investigation” will proceed or in how long it might continue! As I understand it, Ford has had her moment, no charges are being filed by anyone and this will be an investigation into specific aspects of Kavanaugh’s history. Unless she is under investigation (which she should be), outside of the probable need for the FBI to interview her regarding her accusations, why would she or her attorneys be involved in the process at all…outside, of course, of their part in the delay process as Sundance has laid out? Anyone?

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  37. POTUS got elected by the coalition of populists and conservatives. Populists (I am one of them) liked his core agenda of anti-globalism, anti-PC, strong border, and anti-elitism… Conservatives half-heartedly jumped on his wagon hoping for a street fighter to punch the liberal bullies. They ended up with so many nice surprises given by POTUS in return — way more than what they originally expected.

    Remember the early days when Never Trumpers said that he is not a true conservative. I still believe it is a fair argument. He is a loyal ally to conservatives, but he himself is more of a populist, a patriot, and a nationalist. He already did more than enough in this SCOTUS battle — remember he did not wait until after Thursday’s hearing to show his unreserved support for judge Kavanaugh, basically risking tons of political capital in case the hearing turns out to be a debacle.

    It is ridiculous to say that POTUS made a mistake by not shedding enough blood for this fight. He already did more than enough. It is up to the conservatives to give all they have — God helps those who help themselves.

    P.S. I am very happy to see that POTUS went golfing today.

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  38. gustafus21 says:

    My Donald doesn’t fold – but for intermediate goals. This is a war for visuals – each side feigning (and I do mean feigning) concern for Ford’s prepubescent con act – it was embarrassing to all women over the age of maybe 15.

    If BK was the establishment (read Noonan/Will/Graham) choice – with promises that BK would be swing vote Kennedy Lite – why would Dem heavyweights empty their quiver on a wimp?

    Surely more repressed memories of other petit flowers will surface in coming weeks and mon5hs against all sorts of hapless men – with each accusation met with more and more shrugs and eye rolls.

    Bottom line? – this wad is spent.

    If PT proffers a female pit bull next – the visuals work in her favor. I think we are entering the era of the voracious, fearless conservative woman – and there are a kennel full – tugging at the leash

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  39. Mike diamond says:

    All ladies that knew dick,durban,corey,Booker and the rest of the democrats that had questions for bre t kavanah please come forward,tell us what they did in high school and college!

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  40. completelytrue says:

    It was bigly smart for Trump to say that the nut was “credible:.

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  41. Chepup says:

    A couple of things make me feel that everything was anticipated and it’s all designed to destroy the Dems at the midterms.

    First Grassley tweeted that his team of 20 experienced investigators had been looking into each and every accusation as part of his confirmation group efforts. I can’t help thinking that agreeing to this after Ford testified under oath is smart and part of the plan.Certainly seems to indicated a lot of this was anticipated.

    Second, several deep polls indicated that everyday this is front page is killing the Dems. People don’t want it and don’t like it and it’s obvious who the clowns are in this circus.

    Finally, Trump has invested in Kavanagh and Trump doesn’t lose.

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  42. Llyod says:

    Sunset,

    You definitely know more than I do about politics in DC but I feel that Trump is looking at the cultural war not necessarily at kavanaugh as there are other justices.

    He is destroying the resonability of the dems and the media at every turn. He doesn’t tweet unless it does both in mho.

    My wife who is an immigrant citizen liberal is profoundly upset at what happened to and is happening. Not just regarding kavanaugh but to a party where she once felt comfortable and believed they had a feduciary responsibility for the American worker.

    She is not so vehemently outspoken against Trump as she used to be. Doesn’t mean she’s for Trump but she’s definitely open to critically looking at what’s going on. I’m doing my part. Talking about Antifa et. al.

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  43. Blob says:

    Term Limits are looking better all the time. The Swamp dwellers (my apologies to those who live in real-world swamps) are the worst of the worst, but they are too imbedded to see how despicable they have become. The games are intoxicating, and the wealth and power are dripping. My only question is: How do they sleep at night?..unless they have a seared conscience.

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  44. SnapperCheeks says:

    Pretty sure PDJT already knows the outcome of the new waste-of-money FBI Kavanaugh-Ford investigation…he’s smart like that!

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  45. SSI01 says:

    Once again Republicans have managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

    I’m feeling my support for POTUS slipping a little here. How on earth can he call Ford a “credible witness?” He would have done far better to offer no opinion at all re: the hearing and Kavanaugh’s statement.

    It’s Kavanaugh who is twisting in the wind here, not McConnell and not Trump. If I were him with a family to consider, I’d be giving serious thought to pulling the plug, especially after Trump’s comments re: Ford – and then this new “investigation” by a corrupt agency that has demonstrated wild partiality in the past.

    The Republicans roll on stuff like this like a corvette on wet grass. What’s to say this isn’t going to go on well after the midterms with who knows how many more calls for Kavanaugh to appear for another battering?

    I’ve given up on this process and the GOP, and am just barely holding on to Trump after this fiasco. I don’t see how the midterms can be salvaged now. Better get ready for POTUS to be dealing with opposition majorities in both houses. It’s coming.

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  46. mj_inOC says:

    Isn’t the FBI under the Executive Branch?

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