Mitch McConnell sets up final Kavanaugh vote for Saturday

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Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senate Majority Leader

(Worthy News) - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., took steps Wednesday that will set up a Saturday afternoon vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

McConnell filed a motion to end debate on Kavanaugh's nomination, and that motion will get a vote on Friday. Assuming at least 50 senators agree to end debate, Kavanaugh's final confirmation vote will come Saturday.

McConnell has pledged that Kavanaugh would get an up or down vote this week. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “Mitch McConnell sets up final Kavanaugh vote for Saturday”

  1. Kavanaugh's confirmation may signal the end of "the right to an abortion" in the USA.

    Just look at him. Anyone really think he won't use that anger to further his own aims (cold justice at the Female Supremacists aka Feminists) and the GOP's aims? And if he is "a God fearing man" (who just might end up being grateful to God if he's confirmed anyway) perhaps he'll want to do a little something for God's own valuing of human lives too. Our US Supreme Court Justices have far too much discretionary power. However, that can go both ways. One or more of them could use it for a half century of good this time.

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