"The Constitution gives the Senate an important role in the confirmation process, but you have replaced advise and consent with search and destroy, '" sad Kavanaugh during his Congressional testimony last week.
The three Republicans whose votes on Brett Kavanaugh will likely determine whether he's awarded a spot on the Supreme Court have become increasingly hard to pinpoint by media and protesters in the past 24 hours as their colleagues read the Federal Bureau of Investigation report and the confirmation vote inches closer.
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"That guy was wacky".
Then reviving a popular crowd-pleasing rally tricked, he dropped Franken's name by saying he wouldn't: "I don't want to mention Al Franken's name so I won't". Man, he was gone so fast.
"It was like, 'Oh he did something.' 'Oh, oh, oh, I resign".
"Tina Smith would rather protect violent criminal aliens than loyal American citizens, which is why Tina Smith, that nobody ever heard of, needs to be voted out of office", he said.
Trump called up Karin Housley (at about 23:00).
"I really believe Kavanaugh is not a gang rapist, a sexual predator, or a stumbling bumbling drunk", he said, adding, "I believe it because I've known him for 20 years". He said "Tina Smith" way too many times.
We badly need President Trump's help in Minnesota.
A good rule of thumb in the Trump era is that just when you think the public discourse can't get any worse, it does.