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Judge Brett Kavanaugh Confirmed to the Supreme Court

Judge Brett Kavanaugh Confirmed to the Supreme Court

Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed by the Senate by a vote of 50-48 and is officially elevated to U.S. Supreme Court. He replaces Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy who retired in June.

Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska broke ranks and opposed Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Out of courtesy to Senator Daines who was at his daughter’s wedding and would have had to fly in, she voted “present”. Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia voted for Kavanaugh. 

His confirmation hearing was marred by vicious attacks from the left, and accusations of abuse during his high school days, charges judged to be unsupported the right and by subsequent FBI investigations.

This is a major victory for President Trump and a boost to the GOP in time for mid-terms. Many speculate that the viciousness of the attack and the subsequent loss by the Democrats could be a negative influence for the Democrats in the mid-term election.

To read about the entire drama, check out the following links:

HORIST: Kavanaugh hearing produces heat, but no light

Two strategies to play out in Kavanaugh hearing

HORIST: Down to the wire on Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh Floor Vote Delayed

What if Kavanaugh did it?

60% of voters support Kavanaugh

Flake Justifies Betrayal Of Judge Kavanaugh

Should Feinstein Resign?

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