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Senate Votes to End Debate on Kavanaugh. Here’s When the Confirmation Vote May Take Place.

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The Senate on Friday voted to end all of the controversy and debate surrounding SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, setting up the confirmation voter for Saturday.

If you listen really closely, you can hear the sound of outraged Democrats crying, screaming, and throwing temper tantrums of epic proportions. Be prepared for extreme displays of lunacy all over social media.

Among the wavering Republicans who voted yes were Sens. Jeff Flake of Arizona and Susan Collins of Maine. Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia also voted yes. Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski voted against moving Kavanaugh’s nomination to a full Senate vote.

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It is still unclear on how Collins will vote on the full confirmation. “I will be voting yes on proceeding to the final confirmation vote and I will announce my intentions on how to vote later today,” she told reporters on Friday.

Before the cloture vote, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Kavanaugh’s nomination was un-American. “The well was poisoned from the outset,” Schumer said. He claimed Republicans, not Democrats, delayed the process. “I don’t blame them. They have a flawed nominee,” Schumer said.

An angry Chuck Grassley, Iowa Republican and head of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said on the Senate floor that “the fix was in from the very beginning.” “What left wing groups and their Democratic allies have done to judge Brett Kavanaugh is nothing short of monstrous,” he said.

Now that senators have voted to advance Kavanaugh’s nomination, they will have to allow another 30 hours for procedural debate, putting the final vote in mid-afternoon on Saturday.

This is good news not only for conservatives who will be gaining yet another judge on the Supreme Court, but also for those who believe in our judicial system and the principle of being innocent until proven guilty.

Let’s hope the confirmation goes off without a hitch and the judge is appointed his spot on the bench.

Source: Daily Wire

 

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