Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing scheduled for Sept. 4

Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley announced the hearing, saying there’s ample information out there for Senators to evaluate the judge without waiting for millions of pages of documents from the National Archives (which was just an attempt to stall the hearing, imo).

Based on prior hearings, he will sit for a couple of days of questioning by the Senate, then a couple more of the Senators, both pro and con, bloviating about the appointment (or any other pet project, if recent history is any indication). After clearing committee, the appointment will go to a vote of the full Senate. His confirmation is likely.

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5 Responses to Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing scheduled for Sept. 4

  1. Menagerie says:

    I am unsure if an uncorrupted man would be popular with anybody in the Senate. But I sincerely hope he makes it.

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    • lovely says:

      Well, just remember how well received VP Pence’s statement about not dining with women unless his wife is present went over 😊.

      With Kavanaugh the Dems lose all hope.

      A desperate animal is cornered. I imagine that Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing will make the Justice Gorsuch hearings look like a picnic.

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  2. Lucille says:

    What can one say except the apple doesn’t fall far from those two trees…

    Chelsea Clinton Will Headline Pro-Abortion Rally Opposing Brett Kavanaugh
    By MICAIAH BILGER August 10, 2018 | 3:28PM WASHINGTON, DC

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    Millions of pages of…what? Rats know that in most cases a Justice’s previous decisions don’t guarantee his/her ones when on the bench. Smells like a desperate act to delay the votes by throwing mountains of dead trees in the Senate’s path.
    HEY! I got an idea! Let’s try and get Ginsberg to carry as many boxes of paper from the Library to the Congressional offices as she can!

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