We see a pattern, a plan for the 2020 presidential race emerging from the Kavanaugh v. Ford controversy. No matter the 2018 mid-term election outcome. We cite the partisan platform. We predict who will be the front-runners and who is out as the presidential and vice-presidential nominees, and why. Are we correct? If correct, how will it affect your vote? Comments welcomed.
One of the most controversial issues of the year, discussed directly with the public. No pundit soundbites, no news editorial edits, no social media censorship. Because your voice matters.
The Senate Hearing was a low point for SCOTUS nominations, filled with deep emotion from Dr. Christine Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh. The result is that anyone with a prior position was unmoved. We present a personal record of tweets from start to end.
A larger, but not unknown issue, has once again appeared in the on-going coverage and debate over the accusations and nomination of Brett Kavanaugh prior to the Senate Hearings with Dr. Christine Ford. This issue will continue long after the Senate completes its actions today, and will affect Americans adversely no matter the outcome of that Hearing.
An opinion, as shared on Facebook, about some of the developments on-going in the Brett Kavanaugh nomination – includes update after 3rd accuser Julie Swetnick was announced.
A short collection of political commentary as it appeared on Facebook, in regard to the Kavanaugh nomination and the efforts of certain Democrats to deny Rights and Due Process.
With our 16th Facebook Live simulcast of the NO Soundbites Allowed podcast, we address the on-going controversy of the accusations against Brett Kavanaugh. We look specifically at the impact that the proceedings will have on future allegations, with and without proof, and the potential for abuse. An intense discussion directly with the public on a hot button issue. Comments welcomed.
Stepping away from the hype and false flag emotional arguments, we look at the serious impact of what is being done for political advantages and how it will affect the future.
Sen. Diane Feinstein has launched an all-out “kitchen sink” attack in an effort to at least delay the near-inevitable confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh. A move opposed by Justice Ginsburgh. But what is the result?