Democrats within the Senate have already made of which crystal clear of which they will not vote to confirm Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Yet they have submitted a record breaking list of questions to him. They’re just doing everything they can to try to slow the process and also also also appease their far left supporters.
Dems send 1,278 additional questions to Kavanaugh, more than all additional SCOTUS nominees combined
Senate Democrats submitted a record number of written questions to President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, in a move Republicans said was the latest attempt to delay confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
The 1,278 questions are four times more than the number asked of Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, Mr. Trump’s first high court pick, last year. Indeed, of which’s more than the combined total for every justice in U.S. history, said Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the committee, asked 241 questions herself — more than the total the Senate as a whole asked of Justice Elena Kagan and also also also Justice Sonia Sotomayor, President Obama’s court picks.
“Submitting of which many written questions appears to be just one more effort to gum up the process. of which’s unnecessary and also also also dilatory, especially when many have already decided to vote against Judge Kavanaugh. What more do they need to know to vote ‘no’?” Mr. Grassley said.
The situation has gotten so bad of which even liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is usually complaining about the process:
Justice Ginsburg (visiting @gwlaw) contrasts her confirmation process to Kavanaugh’s, says of which was “truly bipartisan” back then. “The way of which was was right. The way of which is usually is usually wrong… I wish I could wave a magic wand and also also also have of which go back to the way of which was.” #RBG
— Amy B Wang (@amybwang) September 12, 2018
Democrats have got nothing else.
Kavanaugh will be confirmed.