As the ongoing saga of the Democrats’ attempt to railroad Brett Kavanaugh continued in earnest this week, the wheels began to fall off the cart. First was Sen. Feinstein’s admission that Christine Ford’s claim may not be entirely true. That was an important piece of information. Then came Ford’s refusal to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The events have unfolded eerily like those before the confirmation of Justice Clarence Thomas, and the end will almost surely be the same: a pro-Constitution judge will assume his seat on the Supreme Court in due time.
Here’s more from The Daily Wire…
According to Politico’s sources, President Trump and Republicans are increasingly “bullish” on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
On the same day reports revealed that a second potential witness named by Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, denied her claims, Politico reported that Trump and the GOP are “growing more bullish about Kavanaugh’s survival.”
“We’re very confident,” said a Republican “in touch with the White House” when asked by Politico if Kavanaugh would weather the storm.
Politico cites the change in tone from some Republican senators who initially called for further investigations, among them Sen. Bob Corker, as giving the GOP more confidence that the confirmation process will move forward.
That confidence has likewise been conveyed by Trump in his recent public comments.