More Americans disapprove of Kavanaugh's confirmation than support it

Simon Moss
October 19, 2018

While Trump and the Republicans have continued to treat Kavanaugh as the victim of a smear campaign and false accusations, progressives are not letting go of the demand that Kavanaugh be investigated and possibly impeached if the Democrats win control of the House, Senate, or both.

Trump has branded Democrats as the party of "abolish ICE" and "open borders" and has said that Democrats want to turn America into a "friendly sanctuary for murderous thugs" like MS-13 gangsters.

Looking back at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings, half of Americans do not think the Senate did enough to investigate allegations that Kavanaugh committed sexual misconduct in high school and college, 41 percent say it did do enough.

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'But the Senate having failed to do its proper constitutionally mandated job of advise and consent, we are going to have to do something to provide a check and balance, to protect the rule of law and to protect the legitimacy of one of our most important institutions'.

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The Democrats, members of House of Representatives investigative panels, said that years ago, before he became president, Trump expressed interest in the Federal Bureau of Investigation moving out of its current headquarters so he could buy the land and redevelop the property.

In emails obtained by the House Democrats, they imply that in meetings with the White House, Murphy and other GSA personnel were given new direction.

'Professor Ford has not asked for anything of the sort, ' Debra Katz, Ford's attorney, told CNN. He said Kavanaugh had been found "innocent" of the charges against him, even though the senators came to no such determination. House Republicans will nearly certainly have a smaller majority next year if they do hold the chamber, but they're most likely to lose their more moderate members, meaning it might not be as hard for them to get on the same page with a repeal effort. "I believe in peaceful protest", she said. My responsibility is to tell you the truth'.

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