Democrats often state, especially during the Senate Supreme Court nomination hearings of Brett Kavanaugh, that they are THE protectors of women and women’s issues. Which seems to ring hollow given the internal “investigation” of the DNC on the abuse allegation against Vice-Chairman Keith Ellison. Hint: It’s not the same policy as offered about Christine Ford.
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.
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?
Reasonable minds may disagree, Objection to any Supreme Court nominee, based in fact and their determinations of law, should be welcomed by all. But pre-judgement, made 12 days prior, is manipulation and bias, as Tweets display. What do you think?
Without the substance of an actual nominee with an actual record to debate, Sen. Schumer takes to the floor of the Senate to demand adherence to “settled law”. While said passionately, the consequences of “settled law” could be devastating if it were to be applied as Schumer insists and this commentary addresses.