Brett Kavanaugh

McConnell Challenger Says She’d Have Confirmed Kavanaugh, Flips Within Hours After Backlash

Amy McGrath, a Democrat challenging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R.) in Kentucky, quickly reversed herself Wednesday after an interview was published in which she said she’d “probably” have voted to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

McGrath, a former Marine aviator, made her comments during an interview with the Courier-Journal on Wednesday:

UH OH! Will Amy McGrath’s answer to Kavanaugh confirmation question make Alyssa Milano ask for her money back?

As we told you yesterday, Democrat Amy McGrath’s campaign to unseat Sen. Mitch McConnell in Kentucky has gotten the Alyssa Milano seal of approval — or is is the kiss of death? In any case, Milano’s on board:

'Justice on Trial' Book on Kavanaugh Tops Bezos-Owned Amazon Best Sellers List, Media Ignore

Justice on Trial, the tell-all on the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, hit number one on the Amazon Best Sellers list on Monday, but you would never know it from scanning media outlets, which appear to be ignoring the book completely.

Book: Melania Trump Believes Christine Blasey Ford Was ‘Lying’

First lady Melania Trump believes Christine Blasey Ford, the California psychology professor who threw Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation into turmoil by bringing forward a decades-old sexual assault allegation against him, wasn’t telling the truth about her claims, according to a report. 

Conservative justices don’t think truth matters

Chief Justice John Roberts used every euphemism in the thesaurus last week to accuse the Trump administration of lying.

The evidence tells a story that does not match the … explanation.”

The sole stated reason — seems to have been contrived.”

There was “a significant mismatch between the decision … and the rationale.”

The “explanation … is incongruent with what the record reveals.”

Justice Ginsburg Praises Kavanaugh For All-Female Staff

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg praised Justice Brett Kavanaugh Tuesday for his historic all-female staff of law clerks.

At a panel hosted by Georgetown Law’s Supreme Court Institute, Ginsburg gave credit to a justice with whom she often disagrees for bringing about “a very important first on the Supreme Court.”


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