How did these leftists get elected? They’re afraid of their own shadow! It’s been reported this week that Supreme Court Nominee Brett Cavanaugh was available for interviews with Senators but they’ve refused to meet with him. Remember that when the Democrats always claim to be reaching across the aisle. Not true! They won’t even give the guy a chance!

FLASH FORWARD TO TODAY…The drama has begun! The circus that opposes Kavanaugh just screamed like little babies claiming it’s evil to support a SCOTUS nominee who actually follows the Constitution…Think about it! THIS is their definition of evil??? These people are only making Democrats #WalkAway.

WATCH THE DRAMA AND YOU’LL BE SHAKING YOUR HEAD IN DISBELIEF:

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New Jersey Senator Cory Booker just compared voting for Kavanaugh to being “complicit in the evil”…

Watch for Liz Warren and other Dem drama queens to stomp their feet and scream about Kavanaugh. It has begun…

The problem with this is that it’s a huge turnoff to voters and Kavanaugh is loved by former students and colleagues on both sides of the aisle.

A LETTER FROM FORMER STUDENTS:

July 19, 2018

The Honorable Chuck Grassley, Chairman Committee on the Judiciary
United States Senate
135 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510

The Honorable Dianne Feinstein, Ranking Member Committee on the Judiciary
United States Senate
331 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, D.C. 20510
Dear Chairman Grassley and Ranking Member Feinstein:

We are former students of Judge Kavanaugh’s from Harvard Law School, where he has been teaching since 2008. Over the years, Judge Kavanaugh has taught law school classes on challenging topics, including Separation of Powers and an intensive study of the modern Supreme Court. We are members of the legal community at various stages of our careers, from current law students to seasoned practitioners. We also represent a broad spectrum of political and ideological beliefs, as well as perspectives on judicial philosophy. We may have differing views on political issues surrounding the confirmation process, but we all agree on one thing: Judge Kavanaugh is a rigorous thinker, a devoted teacher, and a gracious person.

Judge Kavanaugh was an inspiring professor and impressive intellect. His thoughtful explanations and analyses spoke to the breadth of his legal knowledge. He was also engaging and fair-minded. During classroom discussions, he displayed a keen interest in exploring all sides of a question. Judge Kavanaugh invited robust discussions and consistently encouraged his students to voice different viewpoints—even if others (or the judge himself) might disagree.

Both inside and outside the classroom, Judge Kavanaugh evinced a genuine warmth and interest in his students and their careers. He was exceptionally generous with his time, making himself available to meet with students not only to discuss the class, but also to assist with their scholarly writing or to offer career advice. In many instances, he has continued to provide advice and support long after the class ended by writing letters of recommendation and serving as a valued mentor. In our view, his genuine interest in helping young lawyers demonstrates a deep commitment to the legal community as a whole.

Overall, Judge Kavanaugh displayed an intellect and character that impressed us all. Sincerely,

J. Joel Alicea ’13 Eliyahu Balsam ’19Thomas Basile ’09

Robert Batista ’18 Alex Bauer ’17Bradley Berg ’14

Zack Bluestone ’16
Adam Braskich ’14
Renee Gerber Burbank ’09William Burgess ’16
Ryan Caughey ’09
Kelsey Curtis ’18
Zachary David ’18
Samuel E. Dewey ’09Daniel Farewell ’19Joshua C. Fiveson ’14Ryan M. Folio ’19
David Fotouhi ’10
Robert K. Fountain ’17John Paul Fox ’11Stephanie Freudenberg ’15 Jonathan R. Gartner ’16David A. Geiger ’14Joseph Gerstel ’17
Harry S. Graver ’19
Matan Gutman, LLM ’12Stephen J. Hammer ’18 Sarah Hansen ’17

Robert Hoak ’18

Christina A. Hoffman ’11Kirk Jing ’17
Lisa Jing ’18
Robert Johnson ’09

Erica Jones ’18 Elizabeth Knox ’16 Chris Kulawik ’11 Mark Lamborn ’16Erin Leu ’09Ryland Li ’15 Lydia Lichlyter ’18 Carl Marchioli ’10

Douglas Margison ’17 William Marra ’12
Michael McCauley ’13Daniel McEntee ’12
Esther Mulder ’14
Kentaro Murayama, LLM ’13 Eustace Ng’oma LLM ’13 Sara Nommensen ’16 Kenneth Notter III ’18

Richard Pell ’16
Lane Polozola ’11
Stephanie Cebulski Quist ’09Jeffrey Redfern ’12
Andrew Roach ’13
John Robinson ’14
Neha Sabharwal ’18
Jason Samstein ’19
Timothy Saviola ’18
Jay Schweikert ’11
Hagan Scotten ’10
Colleen E. Roh Sinzdak ’10
Jacob Spencer ’12
Daniel Switts ’14
Carol Szurkowski ’14
J.B. Tarter ’09
Taylor Thompson ’18
Alborz Alexandre Tolou LLM ’17Amit V ora ’10
Justin Walker ’09
Lucas Walker ’09
Andru Wall LLM ’10
Kirby Thomas West ’16 Theodore Y ale ’17
Christopher Young ’17
Jared Young ’14

Pretty awesome since it’s from students on both sides of the debate.

There’s no doubt it will be a battle like no other in the Senate for Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. We believe he’s the best candidate.

Democrats are in desperation mode to block him. THIS JUST GOT UGLY!


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