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September 30, 2018
For Democrats, the Kavanaugh game is 'delay and destroy'
Counting today (Sunday, Sept. 30) it’s been 84 days since Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. Of those on the current Supreme Court, the average time for Senate confirmation was 67 days. From 1967 to 2010, the median time for confirmation was 69 days. Going all the back to the beginning of our nation, the average time for confirmation is 23 days. In spite of what some have implied—hoping to encourage even further investigation of a 36+ year-old supposed assault involving teenagers—there’s been no “rush” to confirm Brett Kavanaugh. In fact, it’s been quite the opposite. All along, the name of the game for Democrats in this whole fiasco has been delay and destroy! Sen. Lindsey Graham was exactly right, the Democrats want to destroy Judge Kavanaugh, hold the seat open, and hope they can fill it in 2020. The Democrats didn’t really want an FBI investigation. If they did, it would’ve happened weeks...(Read Full Post)