Quote of the Day: I’m just glad we ruined Brett Kavanaugh’s life

Quote of the Day: I’m just glad we ruined Brett Kavanaugh’s life
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Despite weeks of Democratic stall tactics to subvert the process, on Saturday Judge Brett Kavanaugh was finally confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Sadly the confirmation vote did not take place before Kavanaugh and his family endured an undeserved season in hell. Apart from the shameful presumption of guilt on the part of Sens. Cory Booker, Dianne Feinstein, Kamala Harris, and others in the alleged sexual assault of Christine Blasey Ford, Judge Kavanaugh was the victim of scurrilous accusations by two other women, one of them the pawn of “attorney” Michael Avenatti.

Even after a seventh FBI investigation, agreed to by the Senate majority to mollify the opposition, the Democrats continued to cry foul. They insisted the probe was engineered by the GOP in such a way as to leave out critical witnesses who could corroborate Ford’s 37-year-old story.

The liberal masses, who had vigorously protested the Kavanaugh confirmation, continued after Saturday’s vote by throwing tantrums. Some childishly sat down in the middle of a road in D.C. and refused to budge. Others let out what the Huff Post sympathetically calls a “primal scream.” Here’s one example:

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Not every Democrat acted out his anger and disappointment. Some used words. Among them was Ariel Dumas, who writes for “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” She tweeted out:

She then locked her Twitter account, demonstrating yet another liberal who lacks the courage of her convictions, however wrong-headed.

LU Staff

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