President Trump Impromptu Presser – Comments on Kavanaugh, Rosenstein…

President Trump delivers remarks to the media while departing the White House en route to Philadelphia for a speech to National Electrical Contractors.

Interestingly, within these specific impromptu remarks, this is one of those times when President Trump openly shows his political instincts.  President Trump is asked about his conversation with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein – and the president outlines that he doesn’t want to make any moves on the Rosenstein issues until after the full Kavanaugh story has run its course.

President Trump also makes brief reference to the remarks last night by Senator Lindsey Graham about running on the Kavanaugh nomination during the mid-term election.

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345 Responses to President Trump Impromptu Presser – Comments on Kavanaugh, Rosenstein…

  1. gustafus21 says:

    I’m so sick of leftists calling for “empowerment” for select groups. White males are toast…

    Empowerment is Bill Cosby – untouchable black role model – Taunting an accuser to – “try telling America that Dr. Huxtable drugged you.”
    Empowerment is Serena Williams threatening to rearrange the face of a line judge.

    Empowerment is Keith Ellison running for Attorney General in Minnesota while his girlfriend begs the NY Times to look at photos of her abuse and doctors records.

    Empowerment is MeToo activists storming a DC Restaurant with impunity – forcing a sitting Senator from Texas to flee.

    Empowerment is an African Muslim, packaged by the Yes We Can division of Citicorp, who brought the American presidency down to Ugandan style governance, including sabotaging his successor and weaponizing the ABC agencies of DC.

    Does anybody see a pattern here? White America participated in the African, Asian and Amero-Indian practice of slavery – for a NANO SECOND in evolutionary history – then rejected that heinous business model.

    Then America spent billions and billions to elevate and rehabilitate those black slaves to become equal citizens – through empowerment – which now consumes the nation, the courts, the government, our popular culture…. and to what end?

    For every Larry Elder, Walter Williams or Clarence Thomas, our cities and jails are filled with thousands and thousands of apex predators who pick off any who cannot flee their ghettos. They prey upon us, align with our socialist enemies, and demand we pay THEM reparations.

    I’m out of cheeks to proffer. After 250 years – billions spent on EMPOWERMENT – produced race pimps, hucksters and enemies to Western Civilization… but for a paltry few.

    We empowered blacks, latinos, women and the gender confused – to conduct a full on assault on what is left of this great country.

    It’s time to empower bedrock Americana – to take back the country, the courts, the government and the culture from the detritus of a multicultural disease.

    Liked by 117 people

    • Ghost says:

      Well written, thank you.

      Liked by 16 people

    • KnowSERENoFear says:

      Kudos! Spot on! 🙂

      Liked by 11 people

    • littlequilterkitty says:

      Well said and so true! Thank you!

      Liked by 8 people

    • scott467 says:

      “White males are toast…”

      __________

      I don’t know about that.

      White males probably invented toast.

      And almost certainly the toaster.

      And the power grid sending electricity to your house to make the toaster run.

      And the… well, you get the idea.

      I didn’t check any of that… didn’t have to or feel the need to… one or more could even be wrong, but if anyone wants to get into a contest over who created, invented or has had more impact on the world than white men, they’re going to lose that contest really, really bigly… because there’s no credible competition, and second place is a long, LONG way back.

      It reminds me of Monty Python complaining about the Romans

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      • KnowSERENoFear says:

        And who rounded up slaves on the African continent and help load them onto ships?

        Not meant to divisive but inclusive.

        Slavery is an abomination on all humanity from all humanity.

        And it continues…treatment of TCN’s in the ME.

        Liked by 7 people

      • Psycho Monkee says:

        A brief history of toast via scott467. Funny.
        1975, Local 113 we built stuff. I learned how massive building structures were erected. Back then we were skin pigment blind, who cared! Just build the damn building!

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        • scott467 says:

          “A brief history of toast via scott467. Funny.”

          ________________

          A little levity in service to a larger point 😉

          .

          “1975, Local 113 we built stuff. I learned how massive building structures were erected. Back then we were skin pigment blind, who cared! Just build the damn building!”

          ________________

          I agree.

          But I’m not going to apologize for being white, and I’m tired of remaining silent while people of other cultural backgrounds run their mouths about their own ‘superiority’ while denigrating those who made their ungratefulness possible.

          And the best way to resolve the issue is the light of day.

          Truth.

          Let’s lay all the cards on the table, and see what’s what, and who accomplished what, and who didn’t, and who hasn’t.

          No fear.

          Let there be light.

          Liked by 9 people

      • I agree scott467.

        I am the daughter of one white male, the sister of five white males the spouse of another white male, the mother of five white males and the grandmother of six white males.

        We females who love and cherish these “white males” will not sit by and let them be slandered and slaughtered and wiped out of existence.

        I do not think the liberal understand who exactly they attack when they pick on our beloved husbands, fathers and sons.

        This is not a battle they will ever win.

        The so called white males of America are far from “toast”.

        Liked by 28 people

        • TreeClimber says:

          Hear, hear! Wife and mom (no brothers, no father,) no one touches my family!

          Liked by 5 people

          • Exactly TreeClimber.

            We love and cherish the men in our families and will not sit back and see them attacked and destroyed.

            I do not like to see everything turned into a battle now days but if that is how things are going to go until we get a handle on our country then we will not back down.

            American women consider standing up for the rights of the males in the country part of Making America Great Again.

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      • Exactly. And it was probably some white guy that helped develop the exposure and color aspects of the modern camera that some white guilted brainwashed camera man neglected to correct or white balance for the impromptu presser of President Trump.

        “Oh look, look at the orange man…”

        Good grief.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Sure.. men gave us bread, electricity, toasters… but it would all just sit on the corner of the kitchen bench if a WOMAN did not get her ass into the kitchen (when told) to make the toast!!

        Liked by 3 people

      • Donald says:

        Scott467:
        Gustafus 21 was detailing the follies of the left-wing empowerment movement.
        He was rightly noting their aberrations through the use sarcasm. He was not endorsing.
        As of 5:39 pm E, this great post shows 73 likes! It must be a record for CTH.
        Kudos to Gustafus21!!

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      • Doug Amos says:

        Excellent. Watch the biz news any evening and you will see who has the $, the power and the ideas. As for accomplishments; Hebrews, 500 + Nobel prizes, Arabs, less than 20.

        Liked by 1 person

    • DanO64 says:

      My 63 million friends said Yep.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Dutchman says:

        We all know what you mean by “63 million friends”, but do we REALLY have to ‘wait till the midterms’, or even 2020, to retire that #?

        Given the walkaways, the rigged polls recognising black, Hispanic and blue collar support, it’s NOT “63 MILLION freinds”!

        It’s at LEAST 100 MILLION, and GROWING every day!

        But, I DO understand what your saying.
        My point is, we are becoming a NATION of Deplorables!

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    • The Devilbat says:

      The multicultural disease that you speak of along with political correctness was designed a long time ago by communists who’s plan then was exactly the same then as it is today. That plan is the deconstruction of America from the inside.

      Read this article:

      http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/watchwomanonthewall/2011/04/the-45-communist-goals-as-read-into-the-congressional-record-1963.html

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    • Daniel says:

      I would discourage you from blaming black people at large for this. Knowing the same history you outline, I would say this is all at the feet of white Democrats for the better part of the time described.

      Now I won’t disagree with many of the parties you describe as being examples of specific problems. But the culture you speak about is largely a construction of those Democrats responsible. That the Democrats actually allowed the people the hate to join in their ranks and to become leaders in their own right, but then again, it was black people who sold black people into slavery in the first place and even today the black on black the murder rate is unimaginably high.

      But the root of the problem, at least as far as this country is concerned, rests within a rich history of the Democratic party of the US.

      It is the left which is the problem in this country and nothing else. They use identity politics to push their agenda through useful idiots. They have no problem oppressing black people or women or gays if they are not on board with their agenda. The use of identity is a matter of convenience only and not one of principle or specific belief.

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      • Its 5 O'Clock Somewhere says:

        think LBJ – that ratbastard!!!

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      • eagle931 says:

        To Daniel: I agree with you. This lumping of a whole group at large is not only objectionable, but counter-productive. If we ignore individuals within any “group” who are industrious, independent and love their county as much as we do we are asking for trouble. True, blacks as a whole favor Democratic policies, but that is because they have been conditioned to think that that without government support they will flounder. But, while a minority in numbers only, many blacks are no different than any of us when it comes to love of country, self-sufficiency and independence. Those are the ones we want on our side. Likewise, so-called Hispanics are not a Monolith as so many seem to think. There are many white so-called Hispanics as there are many who are black or brown. But skin color is not the key factor here: traditional values are and this community lives and breathes for its family unit. By juxtaposing legal immigrants with illegal aliens, we fall for the Left’s trick that mingles these two different groups into one as if legal Hispanic immigrants supported illegal immigration when it fact, as every poll has shown, it does not. I am Cuban-born, but American in every sense of the word. I am a college graduate which I paid for in cash while working to support myself and pay tuition. I did post-graduate work under the same conditions. I worked for several corporations and later started a business. I’m a staunch anti-communist after having seen my native country being ravaged by that insidious ideology, one that takes no prisoner and the choices are submit or leave if you can. I left because I preferred individual freedom and independence to subjugation, dependence and humiliation by the State.There are literally hundreds of thousands of Cuban immigrants who share my story, have never taken a cent from the government or welfare, became educated on their own and succeeded in this great country. In fact, I can say with certainty that immigrants like us are more American than the native born kind, because we truly appreciate what this country has to offer and its true meaning of freedom and opportunity. Yet, to hear another commenter on this thread, we are to be disregarded because we do not contribute much to the betterment of our country, really? Such dismissal of certain groups by our side will not win us allies, but far form it. I caution everyone that when the Left targets the “white guy” they really are targeting anyone, regardless of race and color, who does not submit to their nihilistic world.

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        • halfpint says:

          Thank you! Thank you! I know everyone is on edge but WOW have some of the blanket statements and attitudes been alarming lately. Agree with every word you wrote 100%. You and everyone else might enjoy a book I am reading – The Last American Rebel in Cuba…(Amazon etc) it is the true story of a distant relative of mine – who thought he was helping but in the end: “This is the story an idealistic young warrior who fought against the tyranny of dictatorship only to be betrayed by a communist conspiracy led by Fidel Castro.” He was disappeared by Castro. Still MIA.

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    • No more entitlements.
      Equal treatment for ALL.
      America – love it or LEAVE IT.

      Liked by 15 people

    • PaulM says:

      To the people who think “they wouldn’t dare eradicate whites because we designed and created and maintain all that we have.
      They don’t care! Look at the third world. The tribes chase each other back and forth killing each other today just like they have for thousands of years without any regard to making their world better.
      They wouldn’t hesitate to eradicate whites, if we let them.
      We need to eradicate those that are enabling them. There comes the rub, they’ve established themselves in power and protected from criticism. Even here, you can criticise anyone, except them, then the censors come out.
      They know the whites are they only ones that can stand in the way of dictatorship.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Daniel says:

        The inability to criticize certain groups is a function of cultural Marxism. This function is often suspended when criticism of “them” when it applies to members of “them” who do not toe the line ideologically speaking.

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    • How do Americans who revere the Constitution and the forging of our Country by our Founders who had just gone through times similar to these to shape their views maintain direction of the Country in the Founder’s vision? We have studied Alinsky and found his tactics reprehensible. We have studied Sun Tsu and would prefer to live without deception. Our Founder’s were forced to resort to arms. Are we therefore so doomed to the repetition of History?

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      • Turranos says:

        Speaking of our Founders, look at the piles of books that have been written by the Demodregs bashing the founders and bashing the Constitution. These people are sickening. The Hate America Party is alive and well.

        Liked by 6 people

        • scott467 says:

          Last night, DJT revealed his newest branding for the ‘Democrat’ Party (and he was gloriously specific that they are the ‘Decmocrat’ party, NOT the ‘Democratic’ party!).

          DJT branded the Democrats as “the Party of Crime”.

          And like all of his nicknames, it’ll stick because there’s a lot more than just a grain of truth to it 😁

          Liked by 5 people

    • BobbyCannoli says:

      “White males are toast”

      Well, at least then we’ll be a few shades darker. Maybe then, they’ll get off our backs 😉

      Liked by 4 people

      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        As long as Micro$oft doesn’t make the toasters…

        Microsoft Toasters (updated from ’95)
        Every time you bought a loaf of bread, you would have to buy a toaster. You wouldn’t have to take the toaster, but you’d still have to pay for it anyway.

        Toaster ’10’ would weigh 15,000 pounds (hence requiring a reinforced steel countertop), draw enough electricity to power a small city, take up 95% of the space in your kitchen, would claim to be the first toaster that lets you control how light or dark you want your toast to be, and would secretly interrogate your other appliances to find out who made them.

        Everyone would hate Microsoft toasters, but nonetheless would buy them since most of the good bread only works with their toasters.

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        • mtk says:

          You forgot the toaster’s EULA would have the legalise to claim intellectual property rights to your offsprings endeavors if you ever ate msToast.
          And a product liability waiver if your smart toaster decided to electrocute you, because you Googl’ed up, “How to make better toast.”

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    • Wee2low says:

      “It’s time to empower bedrock Americana – to take back the country, the courts, the government and the culture from the detritus of a multicultural disease.”

      In progress…

      Liked by 4 people

    • Annie Ok says:

      I share your anxiety, and I know that we are in trouble as culture, and as a nation. But hear me out here. The loud, obnoxious Left has put “women” — all women — in a box and labeled us. In actuality, that label fits very few women. We DON’T hate men. We DON’T all want to be lawyers or Wall Street traders, or CEOs, or to do the jobs that only men should be doing, like serving in combat or driving trucks. We DO appreciate, and have a deep gratitude for the work that men do for us, and the sacrifices they make for us. And while we know that we are strong, we also want strong, good, honest men in our lives to offset our, well, our female side. Most of us have rejected the label given to us by the Left for years and years, but the leftist crazies had, and still have, the megaphone. We were just too busy going about life. Now, I assume that since that’s true of myself, and of all my female friends, neighbors, acquaintances, it might also be true for blacks and Latinos. Those of us who pay a lot of attention to politics can get very jaded and depressed and imagine that half of the country agrees with the degenerates on CNN (and their media comrades), but in fact, only a minuscule number of people pay attention to their commie crap (and that is exactly what it is). So, when and if the proverbial sh*t hits the fan, you may find that there are a lot more people than you anticipated on your side of the barricade.

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      • Norman Franklin says:

        The real culprits are the (((dual citizens))). Those having no allegiance or love for the founding principles of our great republic.

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      • mostlyogauge says:

        “We were just too busy going about life.” That says a lot right there, that does.

        Reminds of the scene in “It’s A Wonderful Life” where George Bailey is giving Potter a tongue-lashing (I love older movies and relate movies to life): “Just remember this, Mr. Potter, that this rabble you’re talking about, they do most of the working and paying and living and dying in this community. Well, is it too much to have them work and pay and live and die in a couple of decent rooms and a bath?”

        I think it is way past the time we take the megaphone away.

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    • Caius Lowell says:

      As all economists with a modicum of common sense know, you get more of what you subsidize…

      Liked by 2 people

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      A FU#%KIN’ MEN!!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • jackphatz says:

      Indeed!! What one group has done more to advance civilization? They are far from toast.

      Liked by 2 people

    • lisaginnz says:

      Exactly! and VERY well written, thanks

      Liked by 1 person

    • Kenji says:

      VDH nails it!

      https://amgreatness.com/2018/09/30/epitaph-for-a-dying-culture/

      His concluding paragraph PERFECTLY describes THIS 63yo Californian looking for his mountaintop ESCAPE.

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      • GB Bari says:

        I listened to the entire broadcast. Dan was fired up again and was adamant about the Senate taking the vote now / this week. No more delays. Put all of the Senators on the record, now, well before the midterms.

        He used the phrase “use our raw political power” to describe how we must behave from here forward.
        It was a very motivational broadcast.

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    • scott467 says:

      “I’m out of cheeks to proffer.”

      _________________

      That’s interesting… because cheeks is all I have left to offer.

      As in, they can kiss ’em.

      Liked by 1 person

    • drg13miami says:

      Beautifully and intelligently said. Thank you, Sir.

      Liked by 1 person

    • jane harris says:

      Beautifully said ….thank you.

      Liked by 1 person

    • old45model says:

      Gus-21, the same childish stupidity is happening in Australia, as well. 50+ years ago we all got stuck in and worked together – there was good natured banter between people – ‘racist’ jokes and comments and everyone took it as it was meant – and if you got offended you copped more of the same. We worked hard and played hard – but for what? I never see a commonsense answer, just more gobbeldygook.

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    • Mac says:

      I wonder how many potential jurors have already made up their minds that any person who shoots an attacking lefty protester is going to walk free, no matter how much or what type of jury nullification it takes.. I suspect it is a considerable number.

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    • mj_inOC says:

      Sounds like my friend, Star Parker, who lived and then wrote ‘Uncle Sam’s Plantation’!

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  2. NJ Transplant says:

    They are like vultures. It’s really scary.

    Liked by 5 people

    • And Trump like a lion not giving 1 ****

      Liked by 5 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      I want to share some news pertaining to the Kavanaugh confirmation.

      From the article linked above:

      Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a key undecided vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, says she’s not worried that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is moving too fast on the nomination this week. McConnell has promised a floor vote this week, even as the FBI continues to probe Kavanaugh’s background.

      Murkowski and Collins both say they are satisfied with the scope and pace of the FBI’s probe.

      Liked by 18 people

      • L4grasshopper says:

        As I’ve stated before, I’m convinced that the Turtle got these two women to commit to a “yes” vote on the presumption that the stupid FBI re-investigation turned up nothing dramatic.

        The Turtle doesn’t make it a habit to do something he doesn’t already know the end result of.

        Disclaimer: of course, one or both of these crazy broads could jump the shark at any time 🙂

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      • Daniel says:

        The reason for the pace is simple: The FBI has no ability to do anything beyond make requests for interview as there are no crimes and thus no grand jury or any of the things they typically use in a deeper investigation. Of course the Democrats know this and they will cry and complain that the FBI didn’t do a complete investigation. Were I in the Senate leadership, I would say “then kindly ask these people making claims about Kavanaugh to file a criminal complaint so that they can.”

        They think they are skirting certain lines, legally believing none will come after them for their lies under oath and the like. But I suspect some very real criminal charges will find their way in answer to some of it.

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        • Zabadak says:

          An absolute must, Daniel. We the People need to start seeing accountability…and there are a bunch of people that need to be held accountable. This is one sure and best way to stop this and all this other crap that these Leftists have been pulling. Unfortunately, they have no fear of any negative repercussions. Wonder why.

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      • I look to see Flake be the only one to take his marbles and go home.

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  3. Remember when Feinstein asked what the FBI probe is all about in scope etc.? Sounded panicked to me…
    Now this:

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    • Daniel says:

      Yes. I tend to agree. She has absolutely made her own neck available for chopping in this and in many other things. I think the criminals are starting to wake up to the reality that they are all about to be hanged whether figuratively or literally.

      Liked by 11 people

    • trialbytruth says:

      Interesting perhaps they did backgrounds on the accusers. One could hope.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Golfbro11 says:

        How else does one determine if an allegation is credible without doing a background check on the person making the allegation? If you present no physical evidence and provide no eye witness corroboration (as is the case with these accusations) then the only way to measure the credibility of the accusation is do a background check on the accuser and the accused. Judge Kavanaugh has been through 6 and now 7 FBI full field background checks. So my guess is that the FBI will provide background checks for the accusers to help the Senate critters determine “credibility”.

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    • Funny that. Mind boggling, the double standards.

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    • Cumbaya says:

      No Sen. Feinstink, the public has a right to know what was uncovered….and that includes any sunlight on your actions. You and the accusers are not privileged persons of any sort. You and those deserve to be exposed for the true ‘schiffs’ that you are. Not making the FBI investigation public, no doubt will be used by you, the dems, the accusers to continue to cast doubt on a fine man and his reputation. His family deserves as much…you and those accusers….not so much !

      Liked by 12 people

    • Karen says:

      Ms. Feinstein, you made it public… you must reap what you have sown. It SHOULD be made PUBLIC!

      Liked by 22 people

    • MelH says:

      Interesting that there is no way to send the above statement to Facebook or Twitter or any other place. The Social Media censors MUST be stopped but you will never get the MSM (Democrats propaganda arm) or Hollywood, or Academia, or Congress to help with that effort.

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    • BAM says:

      Wants it closely held only because it does not fit the narrative, and most likely refutes it.

      Liked by 8 people

      • MelH says:

        But we are on a Conservative site, no reason to “closely hold” such things. WHO wants it “closely held”. WHO are the censors when we are NOT on a site owned by the Liberals?

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    • Rob says:

      DOH!

      Right smack dap in the middle of Politico’s splash-page (as pointed out on my favorite gun forum) –

      “McConnell: FBI report on Kavanaugh won’t get public release”

      https://www.politico.com/story/2018/10/02/when-will-senate-vote-brett-kavanaugh-861232

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      • singingsoul says:

        If the FBI report is never released then his good name can never be cleared. No one had a problem that his name was slanted by the Fraud woman.
        Senators you better clean this up and restore this man’s good name

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        • Daniel says:

          This will be forgotten pretty quickly. The Clarence Thomas hearings were pretty bad too but I don’t recall too much noise about him since he took his place on the bench.

          Once this battle has been lost and he’s sworn in, that’ll pretty much be the last we’ll hear about any of this.

          In the mean time, you will find they are already preparing for Ginsberg’s replacement:

          https://domain-status.com/www/stopconeybarrett.com

          They are ready to destroy her too.

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          • GB Bari says:

            The attitude and toxic hate from the Left has become far more intense than was generally on display during the “high tech lynching” of Clarence Thomas. Although the Democrat Senators were almost as sanctimonious and accusatory of Thomas as they are about Kavanaugh, the general tone of Democrats outside of the hearings across the country is far, far worse.

            So I don’t believe at all that the current Leftwing nastiness will dissipate as quickly as it did in the mid-1990s. They will try to declare Kavanaugh illegitimate as a Justice, blaming an incomplete FBI investigation, the same way they have tried to negate PDJT’s legitimate presidency by blaming his alleged-but-never-proven “Russian collusion.”

            And just watch what happens when Kavanaugh and the moderate-conservative majority of justices overturn some Progressive sacred cow of a previous ruling. Ho boy, the torches, knives, and pitchforks will be out en masse.

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            • Daniel says:

              I think in light of what we’ve been observing, looking back on the past reveals what is likely a VERY long history of these tactics. Is it any wonder at all why the Republicans have been behaving as sufferers of “Battered Conservative Syndrome”? This is a decades long development which begins to make a little more sense within that context of understanding.

              There will be “echoes” of this but additional developments over the past 16 hours I’m beginning to doubt even that.

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          • Madglobal says:

            That high tech lynching began my transforming to being a conservative.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Other information may be dealt with as a result of the FBI report, but it was classified as a background check, and as such, goes into his file. It’s not a criminal investigation – though if criminality found during the investigation, ie. perjury on the part of some of the players, then the FBI lets DOJ know, etc. etc.

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        • Fish and hunt says:

          It’s a private background check. These things are never released, nor should they be. But, muh leaks

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      • Zabadak says:

        Have any of the previous 6 ever been made public?

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      • ecmarsh says:

        I saw the McConnell clip on Twitter earlier. Can’t seem to find it now.
        I really don’t care as long as Kavanaugh gets the job.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Yeah, sure.

      Feinstein already let that horse out of the barn many weeks ago, so only NOW she’s asking for the door to be closed.

      I think her dementia is firmly setting in. At this point I truly don’t care if she croaks or just fades away.

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    • Jan Phillips says:

      I saw that, too, Seb!! Had to laugh!!!

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    • All Too Much says:

      This from she who leaks so much she could endorse Depends.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Chewbarkah says:

      The unredacted quote: “I think the investigation ought to be closely held … unless I get the flu and slurp down some more Nyquil. Then I’ll be leaking like Hillary during a pub crawl.”

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    • MILupper says:

      Democrats lie- Feinstein lies- shes a democrat. .MSM lies quoting sources that are lying democrats.

      If the FBI investigation is not released Feinstein and the democrats can continue to lie claiming anything they want against Kavanaugh citing the FBI investigation.

      And the MSM will continue to quote lying dem sources.

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    • Kenji says:

      Why? So SHE can selectively LEAK it later?

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    • rumpole2 says:

      IF an FBI report found anything NEGATIVE it would be PUBLIC… like totally!

      Obviously it MUST also be public if it exonerated Kavanaugh/discredits the Bimbos.

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      • Just my opinion that the FBI report has been done for a day or two. As usual, if anything bad for Judge Kavanaugh was found, the usual scum would have leaked it already. The accusers may be afraid of the sunshine of public exposure….of them.

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    • znoxide says:

      Senator Feinstein is starting to see the brilliance of Biden. Get a hearing with a witness and all the spectacle but deny a fact-finding investigation. Now that the testimony has been presented, the findings should be made public to remove the cloud of political taint from the SCOTUS.

      We can’t have a Justice that ominously passed out red Solo cups!!! Next we will learn that he put TWO lumps of sugar into someone’s coffee when they clearly asked for ONE! Oh, the humanity of it all.

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    • clive hoskin says:

      Maybe she is afraid of what might be in this report?

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  4. James Carpenter says:

    A host typically responds to disease by producing antibodies against the infection.
    America, in its fever of dysfunction, corruption and confusion is producing those antibodies as we speak.
    Will they win out or be subsumed and overwhelmed?
    I don’t have a crystal ball and neither does anyone I know.
    But we can all mark November 8 as a “do or die” day.
    Vote in favor of life. Be the antibody. Help preserve the life of our Constitutional Republic’s body.

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  5. Daniel says:

    I like that Trump has publicly stated his choice not to drink AT ALL. I’m pretty sure people here are familiar with the reasons why Trump doesn’t drink or do drugs. I fully support his reasons though I can’t escape that I too like beer and find it useful when eating certain foods. But outside of that I’m very much in Trump’s camp on that issue.

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    • Jane Smith says:

      I read that President Trump’s brother died of alcoholism.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Hah, yes! And then in response to an inaudible followup question he grins and chuckles and says “No, I never tried anything else either.”

      All of the dangerous happenings in this world, all of the serious problems that he is dealing with and solving one by one by one, and the pinhead clowns of the eneMedia can only think of one thing about which to ask questions.

      I am rethinking the 1st Amendment. The press needs to be threatened with removal from 1A protections if they don’t stop publishing lies as truth.

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      • znoxide says:

        If this whole episode wasn’t so pathetic, that would have been an amusing question from the media. I suspect the media will regroup after this election and wonder why they aren’t reaching the uneducated, deplorables. Trump appears to be fairly loose and clearly pointing out the damage this is doing to a great father, husband, judge and citizen.

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    • Sue Mcdonald says:

      I dont drink or do drugs for the simple fact that your out of control while intoxicated and lord only knows what trouble that may bring. so I live sober and in control of my thoughts and what I say. it’s a life long project though.

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    • Jpcarson says:

      When one truly finds the straight and narrow path of sobriety and cleanliness by the grace of God (referring to those that are alcoholics or addicts)—the victorious person understands that he/she controls only themselves. They must change, not the world around you or the people that inhabit it.

      If my wife or friends choose to drink alcohol (which is legal), that is their prerogative—it bothers me not in the least. I have changed by the grace of God—I am responsible for me (Hillary’s village is not responsible for me!). Those that think the world around them should change will never experience the straight and narrow path. The world could care less if you destroy yourself with alcohol and drugs—you are just dust in the wind, here one moment and gone the next!

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  6. Not sure if they have the guts to do this but overall this whole Kavanaugh drama is backfiring spectacularly

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  7. Trump did not sound too Keene on what Hannity was pushing on his show last night and had Graham answer. Graham said twice last night he thinks BK has the votes but Hannity ignored that. Trump wants BK to be confirmed.

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    • Daniel says:

      I’m going to presume you mean Brett Kavanaugh and not Burger King. I always enjoy it when people are slightly more verbose and clear in their writings. But as evidenced by the apparent auto-correct of “keen” to “Keene” I’d say you may be on a mobile device as you reply. Still, I enjoy an easy and clear read.

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      • RedBallExpress says:

        Also, there are about 40 other abbreviations being used on CTH that no one understands.
        I had a government worker talk to me on the phone using text abbreviations. I told her point blank to please use English. It is easy enough for me to post a confusing mess on this site by accident even without the hieroglyphics.

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      • I guess no one else has typo errors on CTH and no one else abbreviates. Good to know.

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      • KnowSERENoFear says:

        Apologies. Retired military where everything was an abbreviation or acronym to the point that we often didn’t know what what the original standing was. 🙂 Nice call.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Yeah that was Hannity “stepping off the sane train” for a few minutes like he does every now and then. IMO there must have been a direct order from his management to ask that question.

      It’s hard to think he personally wanted to open that can of worms.

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      • MelH says:

        McConnell said he has the votes, and McConnell is in charge. Doesn’t matter a bit what any other person says. Kavanaugh will be confirmed!

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        • Jake says:

          If he truly has the votes then Heitkamp and Manchin will vote for BK. Donnelly and McCaskill have already said they would vote no so they’re screwed. There may be others but these are the four that are mostly in the news. BTW: Heitkamp and Manchin may still lose even if they vote yes on BK. People are fed up with the BS from the Democratic Party.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      I wasn’t impressed with Graham floating that out there, “after the mid-terms” resubmit. But then, realize, these people are all about filling in airtime, and facetime. Mitch McConnell is running the show, not Graham or Hannity.

      Two of the sisters do not sound out of sorts. Flake is simply being Flake and will do down as a traitor. I don’t think the vote would be scheduled if McConnell didn’t have his votes – from our side.

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      • Jpcarson says:

        Dan Bongino did a good piece on this today—an in their face it will be Kavanaugh in the seat one way…or another!!!

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      • Flashman says:

        Graham was on Hannity Radio show, Graham said Hannity brought it up, and Hannity agreed. I am not sure if the whole thing was an accident or “accident” just to scare Red State Democrats. After the FBI is done a substantial majority over 66% the public will want a Yes and much more in Red States.
        People, such as myself, do not like to be committed when evidence is still going to come in. I am a supporter of the Judge.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          That’s each person’s prerogative – to decide when they believe and what they believe.

          I’m not “waiting” for more evidence to come in. Nothing that comes in is credible. I had no problem recognizing a hit job: a conspiracy and manufactured evidence, by the Democrats to try and take out Judge Kavanaugh. They signaled their intentions from day one. It’s the same modis operandi they’ve used before with all our candidates. Bush, Romney, and never-ending for Donald Trump. The Russian Dossier is the exact same set up.

          This has been a scheme from the beginning. They have more lined up for every conservative candidate coming down the pike.

          Judge Kavanaugh has undergone 6 previous FBI background checks – and we can bet they were thorough – he has had enemies in the Dem camp for years – going all the way back to Clinton. No, I’ve said before, as a woman observing Ms Ford, she willfully joined in this character assassination.

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  8. Wow this is great! Sounds like DiFi is running scared!😁

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  9. tunis says:

    It seems that barring the Kavanaugh confirmation vote, everything is on hold until after the mid-terms. I truly hope that PDJT will declassify all the docs and communications of the putschists immediately after the elections and there are grand juries empaneled to receive testimony from Brennan, Clapper, Comey, Lynch, Yates, McCabe, Rosenstein, etc and we some serious prosecutions of the corruptocrats (past & present) in government.

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      I don’t think POTUS went that far (wait until after the elections) in his remarks.

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    • dawg says:

      Ive been saying for WEEKS:

      1. CONFIRM KAV
      2. WIN MIDTERMS
      3. DECLASS AND BURN IT ALL DOWN

      Maybe DT Jr. saw my post and told dad??? lol

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      • Jake says:

        Nope, it:
        1. Confirm BK
        2. Declass the documents
        3. Fire Rosenstein
        4. Unseal the indictments
        5. Watch the Red Tidal Wave

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        • dawg says:

          Disagree. First of all, firing Rosenstein before the midterms would only fire up their base. They are going to be demoralized after Kav is confirmed and we want to keep them that way. Rosenstiein can be of use in the meantime anyway.

          As far as declassifying, I think it should be very little, just enough to maybe shine a little light on POTUS’ innocence.

          I think after the midterms is when we drop the hammer on the criminals because thats when we will have full authority to fire at will, immediately, and not have to think about timing, midterms etc….

          POTUS is gong to be steady campaigning for the next month, needs to stay focused on the most important election.

          Just my opinion.

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    • Emeraldstar says:

      “barring the Kavanaugh confirmation vote, everything is on hold until after the mid-terms”

      Not a chance. Not a chance at all.

      We’re in for a Red October, and the “slings and arrows” will be coming more furiously than we’ve ever seen in our lifetimes (except for the most senior of seniors here on this forum).

      That’s my impression, strongly held!

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    • clive hoskin says:

      You know what would probably blow this whole charade out of the water?Release Obama’s birth certificate and his college records.

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  10. recoverydotgod says:

    Most definitely extraordinary and yet natural political instincts related to 1) Rosenstein; 2) Lindsey Graham.

    https://goo.gl/images/KX5QeK

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  11. Jane Smith says:

    A few thoughts…

    I read that Ford researched and published on self-hypnosis and creating artificial situations in 2008.

    I read that a Palo Alto building permit was pulled on a residence that Ford owned to add a second front door in 2007-2008. The work had to be completed within 6 months from permit issue.
    I read that a business was run from this same address since that door was added.
    I read that Google interns rented at this same address since that door was added.

    I read that Ford was concerned when Mitt Romney announced Brett Kavanaugh’s name as a potential Supreme Court nominee in 2011-2012.

    I read that Ford and her husband had marriage counseling in 2012 in which she discussed a historical sexual attack but, didn’t name Kavanaugh. Per Ford, the Therapist’s notes don’t name Kavanaugh. Ford refuses to release these notes to Congress.

    It seems as if this 2012 therapy session was done in order to create a record…in case Romney won. A dry-run if you will.

    Ford has since that time flown all over the world for vacations and work.

    Forward to 2018. President Trump nominates Judge Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court.

    Ford’s students’ comments are erased.
    Ford’s social media is erased.
    Ford’s faculty Bio at Stanford is altered.
    Ford’s criminal arrest record in the Carolinas is expunged.

    Ford composes a letter and sends it to Feinstein’s office.
    Feinstein sits on the letter until the entire confirmation process for Kavanaugh has been complete.
    Feinstein recommends certain lawyers.
    Ford has a polygraph but, doesn’t know who paid for it.
    Ford claims that she cannot get to DC because she is afraid of flying.
    Meanwhile, it is reported that she was in Delaware, not California, at the time of Congress’ request for her to testify.
    After a delay and multiple ridiculous demands, Ford shows up to testify flanked on either side by her lawyers who periodically block her testimony.
    Ford’s hair is in disarray. She has on over-sized, blurred and scratched glasses that she has to look over in order to see. She makes a concerted effort to speak like a child…messes up a few times but, quickly corrects herself.
    Her husband is no where to be seen.
    Her family members did not sign her letter of support.
    Her best friend who she names as a witness in the assault denies that it happened.
    Every person named as present during the assault deny that it happened.

    I read that Ford’s father and brother are CIA assets.
    I read that Ford picks out certain students for CIA training programs.

    John Brennan tweeted on 9/29/18 that Kavanaugh was partisan and didn’t have the correct temperament for the Supreme Court.

    Could this whole Ford thing be another Brennan anti-America act?

    Also, I read that the last person that Senator Flake talked to before returning for the Senate Judiciary Committee vote on Judge Kavanaugh on Friday was Rosenstein.

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    • Elle says:

      Nice summary. My favorite was the last line…the last person Flake talked to before returning for the Senate Judiciary Committee was Rosenstein. ….snicker.

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    • agentcommonsense says:

      I am thinking Rosenstein and FBI are all over Blasey and her scheme to take down our future Justice and Flake helped out by asking for a week
      Rosenstein wanted to get Blasey under oath and Lord she is really screwed now.

      Coon is knee deep in this mess and seems to be holding Flake hostage to make sure he doesn’t turncoat/flip which he already did to save his own but for being part of it.

      This whole thing was probably planned when Coons and Flake went to Africa
      The investigation might have started when Feinstein gave the letter to the FBI in early Sept even though they said they were not going to get involved

      PS I am probably not even close to what is really going on but we always get caught up in this who done it’s

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  12. pacnwbel says:

    President Trump now seems very comfortable in his leadership role. He has made the world listen to his common sense ideas, he has not been afraid to take on the demons of the media, and has carried his message out into those parts of the country beyond the beltway,where real people live , love and work. MAGA morphing into KAG.

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  13. ken ken says:

    Last Q message…..just a few minutes ago.

    All it said was……53-47.

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  14. L4grasshopper says:

    Been saying for some time now that Trump is holding off unleashing on the entire FISA/FBI/corruption “stuff” until after the Kav process is settled.

    Kav vote will be Friday afternoon or evening. After that, stuff is going to be happening on the FISA front.

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  15. Donzo says:

    I hope that one day in the near future getting “Kavved” will mean taking down anyone who attempts to slander a person for political gain.

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  16. Clara says:

    I think it is truly extraordinary that Trump never drank, “never had a beer” in his entire life. I don’t think people have reflected on this fact nearly enough. For someone who was known throughout his adult life as a New York playboy, and yet, never once had a beer during all of that time, that is extremely unusual. Usually the playboy lifestyle goes hand in hand with alcohol. And I don’t doubt that he had the women. I just find it incredible that he did not have the alcohol to go with it, that he made a very conscious decision at a very young age not to drank and then stuck with it. That reflects incredible discipline on his part. I don’t think people are truly recognizing what a disciplined person Trump can be, and that this discipline is actually a big part of his success. As a result, it has become his secret weapon, and now we’re beginning to see it play out (e.g NAFTA).

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  17. Texas has “REMEMBER the ALAMO”

    Trump has “REMEMBER JUDGE KAVANAUGH”

    Democrats 💀are REPUTATION RAPISTS.

    They triggered VOTER INTENSITY: We’ve GOT IT!🤬

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  18. darcy says:

    By Democrat standards — listen up Senator from Hawaii — HILLARY CLINTON is GUILTY.
    PUT THAT IN YOUR PIPE AND SMOKE IT.

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  19. mari says:

    Women who love their husbands, sons, and fathers need to vote Republican to save their families from the injustice of the Socialist Democrats.

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    • One Voice says:

      Exactly. What do we tell our kids if Kav is not voted in. Don’t bother trying hard at anything in life, because one false accusation with no credibility can take it all away. So sad.

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  20. “I don’t drink, I’ve never had a drink. I’ve never had a beer. I’m not saying good or bad, I just chose not to do that for a lot of reasons. I remember my college days, everybody was drinking. It was like normal. I was abnormal. Everybody was drinking…”

    As a 26 year old college graduate who also doesn’t drink alcohol (for similar reasons), I can attest to the truthfulness of the President’s statement. 😉

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    • All Too Much says:

      Good for you Ilinoiswarrior.
      Your future is bright.
      God bless you.

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    • dbethd says:

      Yes. It’s the same in the my conservative work place. Almost everyone drinks, and it’s a select few(myself included) who do not. It’s even becoming a thing to have a “social hour” at large company meetings during company time, Christmas parties, and summer outings.

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      • Definitely, it is increasingly permitted (and in some instances encouraged) in the workplace which is why I find the Democrat attack angle of “he likes to drink beer” really bewildering. I may not drink alcohol, but the premise that if you do it somehow disqualifies you from being on the SCOTUS is just absolutely asinine.

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        • sturmudgeon says:

          Illinois… Exactly… a beer occasionally, (or, I suppose any other alcoholic drink) does no harm, and demonstrated responsibly, has been ascertained to be somewhat beneficial by medical authorities/studies… but the Dems would have folks believe that whatever his consumption WAS, has influenced his stellar decisions in the Law. poppycock!

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          • You’re absolutely right! The Bible even discusses the health benefits of alcohol in 1 Timothy 5:23, so as long as it is in moderation there is absolutely nothing bad about it.

            Also, it is just too humorous that the people saying someone’s drinking habits 30 years ago should disqualify them from the Supreme Court, are the same people who think the woman who [reportedly] drank so much on election night she couldn’t address her own supporters should be president. LOL 😛

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          • The Democrats have used free beer to buy votes for 150 years .

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            • ecmarsh says:

              When I was a young one back in Virginia. During election season the politicians would come around and try to buy votes off dad, granddad, and all the framers around with a short pints. Dad and Granddad didn’t drink but the whiskey made great Christmas gifts for their friends.
              Same thing with the wife’s dad in North Carolina.

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        • jbowen82 says:

          Being against beer is, like many of the things Democrats do, electorally insane positioning heading into an election.

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    • Dutchman says:

      If you’ve never been in the ‘designated driver’ situation, where YOU remain sober, while all about you are inebriated, I STRONGLY suggest you try it.
      It will DEFINETLY change your perspective, as you see people laughing uproariously at holes that just AREN’T that funny, engaging in in appropriate behavior, etc.

      Its a real eye opener, as you realize “this is how I behave, when drinking?

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  21. Bethany Beach says:

    Re: the Finestein request for non-release of FBI information pertaining to the current follow-up investigation (if that reported request is accurate), it seems rather fraudulent that the person who revealed unproven and damning information about Judge Kavanaugh should now want to hide
    president-requested FBI information under a basket, from which position she and other Democrats would “judiciously” leak twisted, inaccurate and endless information and innuendo that does nothing but continue to smear and denigrate the judge. Does she earnestly believe that we (excepting Democrats, of course) are all empty-headed fools, to be tricked and misled again and again? Here’s what may have triggered her request: the open release of Ms. Mitchell’s (Arizona prosecutor asking questions for the Republicans) summary after having questioned Ms. Ford, under oath. Many inconsistencies and non-resolvable accounts were revealed within her findings. Her conclusions are all very well drawn and clearly rational. News from the FBI absolving Judge Kavanaugh would be just another egg omelet on Lady Di’s face and those of her drama-seeking compatriots on the Judiciary Committee. We need and deserve open and honest disclosure of this requested FBI information so that believers in Judge Kavanaugh may have closure, even if the Democrats weep and moan about the outcome.

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    • Elizabeth Carter says:

      Judge Kavanaugh, his wife and his daughters also need full disclosure.
      They will have to live with this the rest of their lives and they need closure.
      We can move on, they really can’t unless justice is done.

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      • spren says:

        Exactly true, Elizabeth. The family deserves the truth so they can obtain whatever closure is possible. These cretins claim they are supportive of women, but they didn’t even blink an eye at what they have done to Kavanaugh’s wife and two young daughters, all of whom are women. They are actually also the victims of sexual assault perpetrated by the fraudulent Democrats who only see them as collateral damage.

        This has to end. Those who bring scurrilous, unproven and non-corroborated charges against people can’t be allowed to simply walk away when their false claims don’t stick. They need to reap the whirlwind they, themselves, put in place. We need to have measures to punish these wicked people in very severe fashion so as to discourage any others who would be tempted to engage in these despicable character assassinations.

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  22. Pam says:

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  23. Pam says:

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  24. Pam says:

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    • All Too Much says:

      Candidate Trump held back nothing, and gave back more than his opposition could handle. Freedom and Liberty are under attack. Its time, past time, to fight the left’s fire with an overwhelming, devastating, fire and fury, the likes of which, as President Trump once said, the world has never seen.

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  25. duchess01 says:

    President Trump sounded very positive – imho – as usual he must back off the press – try to prevent them from reading into or reporting his words erroneously – with children – we often repeat what we say so that it registers – not uncommon with the press as well – they either do not hear or have selective hearing – and they definitely do not listen!

    He also has little patience with people who are either rude or who misquote him – his words were carefully chosen – he knows what is important – and what can wait – he rarely disappoints!

    I agree with Ken, the poster above, who said, “I am guessing Trump has leverage we don’t even know about….” – and I will add to that – knowledge about which we are not privy!

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  26. Seibert Cowley says:

    It appears obvious to me….we have the votes to confirm! A couple Dems have “compromising positions” identified and the report does not look good for them and theirs. Mitch is agreeing to keep confidential but only to secure their vote to confirm. If so, I’m good with that because getting Kav confirmed is paramount to the nth degree.

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  27. Ausonius says:

    Dems many years ago (maybe John Kerry said it about Clarence Thomas?) said that “the seriousness of the charge” was enough to disqualify anybody (except a Dem), and the “nature of the evidence” was irrelevant.

    See Rush Limbaugh here from 3 years ago, but the phrase goes back at least to 2004:

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    • Ausonius says:

      Well, the Facebook page came up for me! Did FaceBook censor me that quickly? Anyway, search the phrases and you will find the references to this technique!

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      The saying goes back to 1980, when Tom Foley, then House Speaker, called for an investigation into the 1980 election, the claim being that the Reagan election campaign had conspired with the Ayatollahs to prevent Jimmy Carter from bringing the Tehran hostages back home.

      “These allegations are both persistent and disturbing,” the two leaders (the other leader being George Mitchel, the then Senate Majority leader) said in a joint statement. “We have no conclusive evidence of wrongdoing, but the seriousness of the allegations, and the weight of circumstantial information, compel an effort to establish the facts.”

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      • churchmouse says:

        ‘ … the claim being that the Reagan election campaign had conspired with the Ayatollahs to prevent Jimmy Carter from bringing the Tehran hostages back home.’

        I wonder if 1980 was the first year a winning presidential candidate was accused of collusion with another nation.

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  28. PaulM says:

    I think the Dems still have one more tine on the trident to play.
    Their game plan for as long as I can remember has been to divide the country by ethnicity and gender.
    Most of the last years news cycle was dedicated to how badly the Trump administration treated the “migrants” coming across the border by “intering” them. Then the doubled it by the “separating children from their families” ploy. That was to create a divide between Hispanics/mothers and Republicans.
    We’ve just had the gender ploy with Kavenaugh where I think the real intent isn’t to prevent Kavenaugh as much as it ‘s meant to alienate women voters from the Republicans.
    We’ve still got a month till midterms. I suspect there will be an offended black coming out of who knows where saying who knows what to try to carve off black votes.

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    • Elle says:

      yes, it is amazing that they think they have the high road for supporting human trafficking of men, women and children for cheap labor, forcing them to cross a dangerous border where many are raped and robbed and then wagging their finger and screaming racist at those who call for a method of safe passage them to come and find work.

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    • Emeraldstar says:

      “it ‘s meant to alienate women voters”

      They failed spectacularly.

      Er, I mean “bigly”!

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      • Elle says:

        Oh my goodness! Look at what their plan is! They just aren’t that smart.
        https://www.politico.com/story/2018/10/01/aclu-kavanaugh-ad-buy-854859

        “The American Civil Liberties Union is spending $1 million on an advertisement campaign to discourage the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.The campaign mostly targets Republican Sens. Deb Fischer of Nebraska, Cory Gardner of Colorado, Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, as well as Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va.”
        “America is watching,” the ad voice over said. “And as we choose a lifetime seat on our highest court, integrity matters. And we cannot have any doubt.”

        The ad will show former President Bill Clinton, on camera in 1998, denying “sexual relations” with Monica Lewinsky.and Bill Cosby follows, also denying the accusations against him, before Kavanaugh appears, doing the same on Capitol Hill during last week’s hearing.

        Oh this is hysterical! How does Donald Trump get them to do this? First he gets them to demand an FBI investigation and now he’s getting them to use their own money to smear the RiNOS and Red State Dems we will want to primary in upcoming elections as well as making libs eat a major helping of crow pie on Bill Clinton… which will help when he goes after Hillary.

        The guy is a genius.

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        • Elle says:

          I sure hope Kavanaugh gets confirmed. I need to get back to my life.

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        • PaulM says:

          IIRC, The ACLU got 50 Million from Soros earlier this year.

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          • Elle says:

            Yowzer. 50 million can do some significant damage. Hopefully much of it is making up for lost donations, lost cases, and lost income from laundered taxpayer money. Still….

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        • GB Bari says:

          Just the words “The ACLU” is toxic poison to a huge number of voters who connect them with getting known criminals free on the basis of questionable technical violations of civil rights, etc. They’re commonly known among conservatives as very anti-American in their pursuit to overturn so many American ideals, especially those based on faith in God. The group’s foundation is steeped in communist goals.

          “By his enemies you shall know him.” That couldn’t be more appropriate regarding Judge Kavanaugh.

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        • Julian says:

          ??? No one wants to primary Deb Fischer. Wherever did you get that idea?

          In the recent Nebraska Republican Senate Primary Deb Fischer got 76% of the vote!

          2018 Republican Nebraska Primary
          Deb Fischer (76%)
          Todd Watson (12%)
          3 others (12%)

          Hardly a RINO result is it!

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  29. Nigella says:

    We’re definitely riding the crazy train right now

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  30. Pam says:

    This woman is pure evil!

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    • Pam says:

      What the stupid witch doesn’t understand is that the FBI ain’t going down the 35-year-old rabbit trail.

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      • WinnieThePooh says:

        Seems as though Dr. Ford is now irrelevant. Perhaps because the FBI uncovered sufficient material on those who were behind her and/or put her up to it.

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        Yeah, oh and you have to file a criminal charge first,
        Feelings don’t count without solid proof.

        A case needs to be built against Ford for fraud and obstruction of a senate hearing and defamation against Judge Kavanaugh. Remember Christine you raised your hand, that means under oath.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      Maybe the FBI have Ford (and her lawyers) wire/email tapped… they have got all they need. 🙂

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    • andyocoregon says:

      They’re mining for evidence that disputes what she has sworn to. If they discover a pattern of lies, they can recommend felony charges be brought against her. That’s why they save the liars for last interviews. That way the FBI can give them one last opportunity to come clean and if they perpetuate the same lies, they can nail them.

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    • All Too Much says:

      They will deal with witnesses first, then invite her for an interview.
      Questions for the Proffffesor will come out of the other interviews, and open door to her letter and testimony. She’s toast if she does talk to the FBI.

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      • Elle says:

        especially since Mitchell got her to say during the hearing that she would absolutely LOVE to sit for an interview. Mitchell barely reacted, but I bet she wanted to get up and do a little boogie woogie dance when she got that.

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    • Yet these same people (Democrats) believe the FBI was able to conduct a thorough investigation of the DNC “hack” without actually examining the server… Textbook definition of cognitive dissonance.

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    • Dutchman says:

      “Ford’s LEGAL TEAM” is reported to have written the letter. Ford may know NOTHING about it, wouldn’t be the first time!

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    • Newman says:

      Just arrest the lying skank

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  31. Phil Free says:

    IMPORTANT!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Pam says:

    Liked by 5 people

  33. Elizabeth Carter says:

    The Democrats intend to work to impeach Justice Kavanaugh.
    The FBI report needs to be released in full or it will always be used as leverage against him. McConnell promised not to release it to get their votes. He is enabling them. President Trump can release anything and after the vote, I hope he releases it in full for the sake of America.

    Liked by 1 person

    • WinnieThePooh says:

      The report will be in Judge/Justice Kavanaugh’s file. If it is damning for the Democrats it will continue to hang over their heads like the Sword of Damocles. Hardball politics is all about collecting bits of leverage like this.

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  34. Pam says:

    Remember this!

    Liked by 3 people

  35. mari says:

    If your 16 year old daughter needed to get a ride home at night alone, who would you want to give her a ride?

    Bill Clinton
    Bret Kavanaugh
    Joe Biden
    Anthony Weiner

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    • andyocoregon says:

      Simple choice.
      Choose the girls’ basketball coach.

      Liked by 2 people

    • PaulM says:

      I think when mine was 16, she probably would have picked Clinton as she would have given him a ride on her stun gun, taken his car keys and left him lying in the road with a cigar sticking from his exhaust and tire tracks on his face but I’ll admit most peoples daughters aren’t as well socialized as mine was.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “I’ll admit most peoples daughters aren’t as well socialized as mine was.”

        Too bad WJC did not run across someone like that years ago. Perhaps it might have spared some other women some intense grief.

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  36. mot2grls says:

    I am sorry for this tweet but I’m experimenting as to how to paste in a tweet.

    Liked by 3 people

  37. Mike diamond says:

    Wonder if there is any high school or college girls that were sexually assaulted by dick,durban Patrick leahy,Richard blumenthal,Sheldon whitehouse,or Chuck schummer,Cory booker,or Dianne fienstien,what’s is there criminal records from 40 or 50, years ago???????kamal a harris????

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Surely not, but let’s start the investigations on each, if guilty in any charges all legal fees and payouts must come from their retirement funds after which all remaining monies must be returned to the treasury of the USA!

      Corruption while receiving a taxpayer paycheck with perks come with responsiblities same as in private practice except the penalties should be double! Public trust precious.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Not Blumenthal. Remember? He was in Nam fighting for his country. Whatever country that is, because it is CLEARLY NOT the USA.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Cory Booker we already know about. He’s a groper and proud of it.

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    • Trump Train says:

      Would love for Trump to put out a tweet asking that and to contact the FBI for investigation.

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  38. Mike diamond says:

    Did the demo-rats drink a lot at college parties!??we’re the police called at the houses they had parties in! We’r e the girls mistreated??? investigate!

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  39. litlbit2 says:

    President Trump “lets let this play out”.

    Today it now appears Fords attorneys and Soros monies will benefit many young aggressive attorneys as according to GP:

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/10/boom-former-long-time-boyfriend-of-christine-ford-drops-a-bomb-proves-ford-lied-under-oath-to-senate-committee/

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  40. USA Citizen says:

    Now the crooked Democrats have convinced weak Republican Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona
    to make the FBI investigate Judge Brett Kavanaugh again, even though they already investigated Judge Kavanaugh thoroughly 6 times and found nothing against him. The crooked Democrats are
    using this delay tactic again to hurt Judge Kavanaugh and make him resign. Judge Kavanaugh
    knows what the Democrats are doing to him and he will never quit. Every smart person in the USA
    know this is a Democrat stop and delay tactics so they can put a Democrat in office instead of
    Judge Kavanaugh. This is pure evil and I pray the people will get smart and realize what the Democrats are doing and will vote REPUBLICAN in November 2018. (Please watch Fox News
    and Fox Business News and they will tell you the truth about the evil Democrats)

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  41. Cathy M. says:

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  42. JS says:

    Not the norm
    Flashback July 11, 2018…
    Rosenstein Asks Prosecutors to help with Kavanaugh papers in unusual request

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  43. Pyrthroes says:

    Incredible as it seems, from academia on down –‘way down– a strong undercurrent of re-segregation (!) is seeping through the culture. Though dimwit quota babies of all stripes infest the agora (emphatically including muling-and-puking media’s stables of well-coiffed “infobabes”), it seems these hoicked-up schlumpfs are simply non-competitive– sinking back into the shadows by their own choice, tearfully adducing Ratski victimology.

    Having eviscerated American education for half a century, Donks now discover their Gramscian cattle-calls cannot function above gutter levels. How now, brown cow? Mayhap the Angolan Aristotle, the Ethiopian Einstein, the Nigerian Newton, can point their Cowbell Candidates towards some squamous Zombie Jamboree.

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  44. Dan says:

    Anyone here notice that Judge Kavanah had a picture of two bullet holes in Vince Foster, according to Ambrose Evans Pritchard?

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