Leader Mitch McConnell gave a speech on the Senate floor, excoriating Democrats for their partisan sandbagging of Brett Kavanaugh. The Daily Caller reports:
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell scolded protesters Wednesday after weeks of harassment towards Republican members of the Senate for not actively opposing the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
“Sometimes this intimidation campaign [against Kavanaugh’s confirmation] has been aimed at the nominee … and when that didn’t work, then the far left tried to bully and intimidate members of this body — Republican United States senators,” McConnell said on the Senate floor. “They’ve tried to bully and intimidate us.”
“One of our colleagues and his family were effectively run out of a restaurant in recent days by these people,” the Kentucky senator continued. “Another reported having protesters physically block his car door, and some have seen organized far left protesters camp out at their homes.”
Republican senators, especially members of the Senate Judiciary Committee have seen an increase in protests, disturbance and threats since President Donald Trump revealed Kavanaugh’s nomination in July. Committee chairman Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona were even assigned special protection in response to the heightened levels of harassment.
The vote will most likely be held on Friday, though the outcome is yet uncertain.
One thing the Republican voter need to watch out for is who they vote for. That is are they really Republicans or turn coats. I read a post sometime back asking Dems to run on the Republican ticket to confuse the Republican voter. It has happened in my state lately. So you have to vote for the incumbent unless they are not running.