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Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: Will Judge Kavanaugh Be Confirmed And What Will The Vote Be?
Don Surber: Yes.
50-50 with Pence breaking the tie.
Democrats are too dumb to allow Trump State Democrats to save their hides and one of RINOs will bolt.
Rob Miller: I have no doubt Kavanaugh will be joining the Supreme Court.
I see the vote as 52 to 54 in favor, 48 to 46 against, not accounting for any abstentions.
The only Republicans I see trying to sabotage this are Ben Senseless from Nebraska, Jeff Flake from AZ because he’s leaving and (long shot) Lisa Murkowski from Alaska. I doubt that Susan Collins votes against Kavanaugh. I’ve never agreed with her politics, but she has guts and integrity. The threats she’s been getting from the Left are exactly the sort of thing to make her dig her heels in. They grow ’em tough in Maine.
The Dems I see crossing over to vote for Kavanaugh are Heidi Hightkamp, Joe Manchin, and Claire McKasskill, with Doug Jones, Jon Tester and Joe Donnelly as possibles. With the exception of Jones (whose going to want to be re-elected in a Trump state) they’re all in tough races for re-election in states Trump carried.
As an aside, I think the Dems erred badly in trying to smear Kavanaugh with a #metoo accusation at the last minute by a Left wing nut job. It’s like a baseball pitcher with a hot curve ball or fast ball he keeps relying on to do the job. Eventually the batters get wise, expect that it’s coming and start
hammering it. As another aside, I’m eagerly waiting a thorough investigation into DiFi’s Chinese spy and the huge profits she and her husband made in China.
Jeffrey Avalon Friedberg: Yes he will be confirmed: 53-47.
The Democrat Violent Dementia was just Showtime…and their Audience appears to have been Everybody Else!
Doug Hagin: Yes, he will. Sadly, the Democrats will make it party line, with two maybe three exceptions
Dave Schuler: I agree with Don. Kavanaugh will be confirmed 50-50 with Pence breaking the tie. The vote will be essentially along party lines with Susan Collins joining the Democrats to vote against confirmation.
Bookworm Room: I believe that Judge Kavanaugh will be confirmed despite the latest accusations — claims that have no contemporaneous corroboration and that come from a hard Left, Bernie-supporting academic. The Left will believe them (or will pretend to believe them), conservatives will not (and will not be pretending), and the Senate will split on straight party lines. The only risk is that Sen. Collins will have a panic attack, but I think Trump will call her with something akin to Margaret Thatcher’s famous reminder to Ronald Reagan not to go “wobbly.”
Laura Rambeau Lee: : One thing we can count on. The left always resorts to unsubstantiated claims of sexual misconduct when they have nothing else. They bring forth salacious unproveable accusations from, this time, a lefty professor related to an “incident” that happened over three decades ago in high school and then go on the Sunday morning mainstream media circus circuit, expressing the need for a delay in the vote until everything is thoroughly investigated. The fact that Senator Dianne Feinstein knew in July and kept this information from everyone throughout the personal meetings and public “inquisition” of Judge Kavanaugh until the final week of the process proves they have nothing valid to use as a reason for denying his appointment.
Judge Kavanaugh will be confirmed. He is extremely qualified and as an originalist who believes in a strict textual interpretation of the Constitution will ensure the court remains conservative for decades to come. His nomination affirms again that our vote for President Trump was the right one for the future of our country.
One has to believe there are a few Democrats who remain silent but are appalled by the tactics of those within their party. The vote will be close, perhaps 52 or 53, but in the end Brett Kavanaugh will be appointed to the Supreme Court.
Well, there it is!
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