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Kavanaugh’s Nomination Must Be Defeated - He Supports Abortion, Obamacare and the Cover-up of Vince Foster’s Murder

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A wolf in sheep’s clothing.

President Trump has been on a winning streak. First, his jobs report for June was fantastic as 213,000 jobs were added to the nation’s employment. He pardoned the Hammonds, from the Bundy Ranch affair. In fact, I reminded someone that the President promised we’d be winning so much, that we would be tired of winning.

I was preparing an analysis of how various minority groups were beginning to support Trump in much larger numbers. Both black and Hispanic support has more than doubled. Brandon Straka is leading a march for LGBT people to leave the Democratic Party. The Democrats continue to have money issues and the great, anticipated Blue Wave, has all but evaporated. Then disaster struck.

This report is short, not-so sweet and very much to the point. In a quick sentence, Brett Kavanaugh is Deep State and he represents Deep  State interests. I have no idea what Trump could have been thinking. And in a shining moment, I understand why my friends and colleagues, such as Dr. Ted Broer, has decisively soured on Trump as a conservative president.Today I am leaning very much in that direction.

The appointment of a Supreme Court judge is huge because this appointment will determine if the conservatives, or the mentally ill liberals will maintain a  5-4 majority decision on critical Constitutional issues. If Kavanaugh is confirmed, then Supreme Court will have been taken over by liberals.

Judge Kavanaugh-A Disaster

I confess I did not know a lot about Kavanaugh and was gratified that the Democrats were caught pre-fabricating their signs of protest against Kavanaugh. This shows one how truly stupid liberals are because Trump just nominated one of them.

Trump’s nominee judicial record immediately jumped out at me. First, he ruled she  that an illegal alien, (re Garza case) was entitled to a taxpayer-funded abortion.  No wonder Trump said he would not ask his nominee on how he would rule on abortion issues. The man is a flaming liberal. .

A second issue has surfaced as well. Trump’s nominee, as an appellate judge supported the Obamacare mandatory mandate. This is wholly illegal and blatantly violated the Constitution. The issue then got kicked upstairs to the Supreme Court and at least they put window dressing on the issue and inappropriately called the mandate a tax while upholding Obama’s key proposal in his misguided healthcare. This made Trump’s nominee even more liberal than judge on the Supreme court. I had seen  enough and for the first time in my life, I joined hard core liberals calling for the defeat of this nominee in the Senate. By mid-day, I had made this video calling for the defeat of Kavanaugh’s nomination.

I am not alone. Although professionally expressed, in a very cautious manner, Rand Paul and Judge Napolitano have expressed concerns as well.

By nightfall, I knew the withdrawal of my support for Trump’s nominee was the right thing to do.  However, I found much more.

From AIM with documentation:

…Twenty-nine year old Brett Kavanaugh replaced Miguel Rodriguez when he resigned from Kenneth Starr’s Office of Independent Counsel. Associate Independent Counsel Rodriguez, an experienced prosecutor, thought he “was scoring big points” for Ken Starr investigating the death of Vince Foster, President Bill Clinton’s deputy White House counsel. Rodriguez’s assistant Lucia Rambusch thought they “would be getting pats on the back” for uncovering evidence Foster had been murdered. Instead, according to Deputy Independent Counsel Hickman Ewing’s notes, Rodriguez said that Deputy Independent Counsel Mark Tuohey “cancelled everything [he] was doing” and “undermined everything [he] had done.”

Kavanaugh sided with the Democrat Tuohey in opposing efforts by Rodriguez to uncover the truth. For what it’s worth, Tuohey is married to Marty Daley, the sister of Barack Obama’s former Chief of Staff, Bill Daley, and the former Democratic mayor of Chicago, Richard Daley. Their father was the powerful Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley. Kavanaugh was willing to do what Tuohey expected to achieve the desired result. Rodriguez told Reed Irvine, the deceased former chairman and founder of Accuracy in Media, that “the young aspiring people, who I used to work with back in that office will say and do what they have to, to move up the ladder.”

Ewing wrote in his notes, “FBI refused to coop. w/ [Miguel Rodriguez] on [Vince Foster] death.” Rodriguez told Irvine the same FBI agents that did the Fiske investigation were working in Starr’s office and they hid photographic evidence, intimidated witnesses, and threatened him.

On March 10, 1995, four days after Rodriguez’s resignation was effective, an FBI agent sent a memorandum to Kavanaugh that was copied to Tuohey. The memo presented a chronology: “(16:15-16:30) Patrick Knowlton describes a small brown foreign car with Arkansas license plates in the Ft. Marcy parking lot. Knowlton also described a suit jacket and a briefcase inside this car.”

The memo failed to mention that Knowlton was unwavering that the car he saw was not Foster’s 1989 gray Honda.   The Arkansas license plate seen by Knowlton was used to make it appear that he saw Foster’s car. Although it stated that Knowlton saw a brown car, it suppressed the fact that Knowlton was certain the car was an early 80s model and not a 1989. The chronology continued: “(17:00 +/-) Judy Doody identifies Foster’s vehicle parked in the Ft. Marcy parking lot.” This false statement was used to make it appear Foster’s car was in the parking lot when Foster was dead…..

The rest can be read at the link above. If AIM is correct, and I think they are, Kavanaugh is no better than Rosenstein, Clinton, Sessions and Mueller.

There is no conclusion as of this printing. I am still evaluating. No, I am not evaluating Kavanaugh. I am going to work against his nomination. I am re-evaluating my support for Donald Trump.


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    • Detergent

      I’m still not sure about Kavanaugh. He has chosen the “wrong” side several times, it seems, but what is not clear is why. Being a strict constitutionalist, and not using the courts as surrogate legislatures, may sometimes have outcomes other than what one would like if the legislature was doing its job. Understanding why he has taken some of the positions that he has will take some more digging and understanding, at least for me.

    • Slimey

      I don’t know much about this new Supreme Court guy. But Trump said he was a “true” conservative or something, so I’ll take a wait-and-see attitude.

      But it seems all conservative Presidents, for some reason or another, make the most confounding disastrous decisions you have ever seen.

      Almost as if the left held a gun to their heads. :twisted:

      • Killuminati

        I keep reading that Kavanaugh is a Bush connected guy. That’s enough to say he isn’t worthy of the job. Dubya never would have won if the Cabal didn’t buy off/blackmail the Supreme Court to intervene in the Florida recount and all that nonsense.

    • diane

      Look Trump has made a few choice decisions. This is not one of them. Kavanaugh wants a strong president with authority taken away to investigate, prosecute a sitting president. This is frightening you think we have problems now? do you want a president that is not accountable to anyone when he is in office. Well, then you have your Judge. Do you want someone that is for Obama Care then you have your Judge.

      Someone that is committed to the Bush think.

      Trumps win’s in my book is immigration, lowering our burden to other countries to be their military at deep discounted rates. Like we pay 3.5 percent of our budget to defense and Germany pays about 1.5 percent.

      But, I don’t like the way he used 87 million facebook profiles, never asking for permission during the campaign. The huge tax cut to the rich. So, will I vote for him again, will I give him a $1000 for his campaign? No, I don’t think so.

    • Ideas Time

      If anyone covers up a murder is a bad guy for the deep state they can be blackmailed at any time and anyone who supports the state spying of everyone has to go.

    • Freeus

      I think a very smart choice. They would of pushed really hard against a less qualified, inexperienced person or a woman that has many kids and is Catholic. It is hard enough to get Susan Collins from Maine to vote with GOP. (she should run as democrat as she always votes with them.)

    • HTLIII

      Dave Hodges, A+++

    • Bob DD

      DT has to know of alleged Kavanaugh cover up of VF death in public park, which stinks he’s a HC bot. Huge planned sell-out, or maybe blackmailed?

    • Anonymous

      If it’s all true about him, then why are the Dems so against him???

    • raburgeson

      We already have a do nothing with Sessions. Trump had better pick someone that will start the ball rolling in the right direction.




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