Friday, September 28, 2018


Christine Blasey Ford's opening statement 
Brett Kavanaugh Opening Statement: This is a ‘National Disgrace’ 9/27/18
Kavanaugh: This is a political hit job, Dems are destroying my family & reputation
President Trump says he stands completely by his Supreme Court nominee, following Thursday's hearing with Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. In a tweet Thursday, the president said Judge Kavanaugh showed America why he was nominated and described his testimony as powerful, honest, and riveting. One America's Luke Glaze recaps the testimony of Kavanaugh and his accuser.

"My Name Has Been Permanently Destroyed" Brett Kavanaugh Gets Fired 

Up During Opening Statement

Senator Graham EXPLODES at Durbin Kavanaugh Senate Hearing of Dr. Ford Accusation in


Senator Lindsey Graham Graham UNLOADS on Democratic Senator Dick Durbin for Going after Judge Brett Kavanaugh at Senate Hearing of Accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford Accusation for Supreme Court
Lindsey Graham SLAMS Democrats Unethical Sham At Kavanaugh Hearing 9/27/18
Lindsey Graham RIPS Unethical Sham At Kavanaugh Hearing 9/27/18. A livid Sen. Graham Lindsey (R-SC) disregarded the Republicans’ attorney to speak himself, shouting that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has “nothing to apologize for” in the “most unethical sham since I’ve been in politics.” “This is hell!” he yelled, saying that the Democrats are comparing Kavanaugh to BC. “You’re supposed to be BC when you’re a junior and senior in high school, and all of a sudden you got over it,” Graham asked with incredulity. “It’s been my understanding that if you ug women and them for two years in high school, you probably don’t stop.” He went on to attest for Kavanaugh’s integrity, calling him the “nicest person.” SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM (R-SC): Since I've been in politics and if you really wanted to know the truth, you sure as hell wouldn't have done what you've done to this guy. Are you a ? BRETT KAVANAUGH: No. GRAHAM: I cannot imagine what you and your family have gone through. Boy, you all want power. God, I hope you never get it. I hope the American people can see through this sham. That you knew about it and you held it. You had no intention of protecting Dr. Ford. none. She's as much of a victim as you are. God, I hate to say it because these have been my friends, but let me tell you when it comes to this, you're looking for a fair process, you came to the town at the wrong time, my friend... This is going to destroy the ability of good people to come forward because of this cp. Your high school yearbook. You have interacted with professional women all your life, not one accusation. You're supposed to be BC when you're a junior and senior in high school. And all of a sudden you got over it. It's been my understanding that if you drug women and rape them for two years in high school, you probably don't stop. Here's my understanding. If you lived a good life, people would recognize it like the American Bar Association has the gold standard. 'His integrity is absolutely unquestioned. He is very circumspect in his personal conduct, harbors no biases or prejudices. He's entirely ethical. He's a really decent person. He is warm, friendly, unassuming. He's the nicest person.'

Lindsey Graham HEATED Press Conference After Dr Christine Ford Testifies 9/27/18

Lindsey Graham Emotional Speech: I Am Going To Vote Yes For Kavanaugh 9/28/18
As the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process continued today, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) made it clear he was still angry about the whole thing. He started by saying, “I know I’m a single white male from South Carolina and I’m told I should shut up, but I will not shut up, if that’s okay.” Graham alluded to his past criticisms of President Donald Trump before trying to work with him in the past year, telling Trump he did a “good job” on the Supreme Court. Graham said the reason Kavanaugh is different from Neil Gorsuch because “Gorsuch is an even swap for Scalia, but this is high stakes stuff. Right? This is the seat where the guy in the middle is at risk.” He said elections have consequences but defended the decision to hold up Merrick Garland. Graham said every victim of needs to be heard before talking about Kavanaugh’s testimony yesterday: “I’ve never heard a more compelling defense of one’s honor and integrity than I did from Brett Kavanaugh. He looked me in the eye, everybody in the eye, and he was mad and he should have been mad. He could tell you where he was at and what he was doing during high school in a way that just blew me away. Brett Kavanaugh and women. If you’re a when you’re a sophomore and junior in high school, you don’t let it go. Every woman who actually knows Brett Kavanaugh has come forward to say he is not that kind of guy. He has been at the highest level of public service under tremendous scrutiny, six FBI investigations and we missed the sophomore junior . We didn’t miss it. It’s a bunch of garbage.” As for Christine Blasey Ford‘s allegations, Graham said, “I feel sorry for her and I do believe something happened to her and I don’t know when and where, but I don’t believe it was Brett Kavanaugh.” “I feel really bad that she wanted to remain anonymous and could not,” he continued. “The one thing I know for sure is that Dianne Feinstein would not do this and did not do this. But I know for sure somebody did. It wasn’t chatter from a friend. Three groups had this letter that was requested to be anonymous. Dianne Feinstein and her staff, the congresswoman from California and her staff, and the lawyers. Somebody betrayed her trust and if you can’t figure out why, you shouldn’t be driving. To delay this hearing, to send a motion to the destruction of this man to keep this seat open past the election.” South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham says he will speak despite people thinking a “single, white male” such as himself should “shut up.” Graham was extremely emotional at one point during the hearing yesterday, accusing his Democratic colleagues of making this a purely political issue. At a much more measured register, he is now explaining why Democrats holding up Kavanaugh’s nomination is different from the Republicans holding up Merrick Garland’s nomination under Barack Obama. He says it is about the available seats being different. The seat available now belonged to Anthony Kennedy, who was considered the court’s crucial swing vote. Garland, meanwhile, would have replaced the seat of conservative Antonin Scalia. More from Graham: “I feel sorry for her [Dr Ford]. I do believe something happened to her. But I do not believe it was Brett Kavanaugh.” He then repeats the alarming, and untrue, claim he made yesterday that it is not in the character of someone who people describe as nice to commit. Kind behavior does not preclude someone from committing. Graham says he does not believe Diane Feinstein leaked Dr Ford’s allegations. “This has never been about the truth,” Graham says. “This has been about delay and destruction.”

Lindsey Graham Unleashes on the Tyrannical Senate Democrats

"That moment during that hearing may have been the most important moment during the entire hearing... What Lindsey Graham did right there is put his Republican colleagues on notice that if they do not vote for Judge Kavanaugh, they have legitimized a search-and-destroy tactic." —Grant Stinchfield, NRATV
"SHUT THIS UP!" Brett Kavanaugh Tells Senator Leahy To Let Him Finish Talking

John Cornyn SLAMS Michael Avenatti & Accuser Julie Swetnick's Claims 9/28/18

"All Of Her Witnesses Denied Her Story" Ted Cruz 

RIPS Democrats For Mud Slinging Kavanaugh's Name

Democrats Walkout on Senate Committee Vote on Kavanaugh

Democratic Senators Walked Out after Refusing to Vote on Kavanaugh's nomination when Senate Judiciary Committe holds a meeting to vote for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh (9/28/18) on September 28, 2018. The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on whether to advance the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme (9-28-18). Democratic Senators Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii), Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) walked out of the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing room Friday after the committee set a 1:30 p.m. vote on sending Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate. Republican Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, called for a vote that would set up a later vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination by the committee. Democrats tried to make points of order as the roll was called over their protests. Each of the 11 Republicans approved setting the vote. When the roll for Sen. Cory Booker, D-New Jersey, and Harris was called, both were silent. They were shaking their heads, but didn’t make a sound.
Brigitte Gabriel's Thoughts on the Kavanaugh Smear Campaign