With Three Humiliating Words, Kennedy Sums Up The Entire Kavanaugh Hearing

Committee voted to send the Kavanaugh confirmation to the Senate floor for a full vote. Photo credit to US4Trump compilation with screen grabs.Committee voted to send the Kavanaugh confirmation to the Senate floor for a full vote. Photo credit to US4Trump compilation with screen grabs.

Ahead of the Senate Judiciary committee vote to move the Kavanaugh confirmation on to the Senate for a full vote, Senator Kennedy had a few choice words of wisdom at the hearing.

Senator Kennedy (R-LA) spoke just before the positive vote took place. The Committee voted 11-10. Republicans ruled to send Kavanaugh’s nomination on to the Senate for a full vote on Tuesday. (VIDEO BELOW.)

The character assassination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. 

Senator Kennedy (R-LA) had a few distinguished words during the hearing and then a major zinger to describe what the Democrats have done to Kavanaugh’s reputation.

He said, “In my opinion, this has been an intergalactic freak show. As far as I’m concerned, Congress has hit rock bottom and started to dig.”

The Democrats are digging for dirt that simply cannot be corroborated with facts. (VIDEO BELOW.)

Furthermore, taking this to the FBI would not offer any more or less information that is available today like the Democrats would like to do in order to gain more delay time.

Senator Kennedy spoke at the hearing on Dr. Ford vs. Judge Kavanaugh.

The ‘he said’ – ‘she said’ dilemma has hit the Congress…again. Just like it did in the Clarence Thomas appointment with Anita Hill.

Kennedy said, “Whatever happened, happened 40 years ago, and that’s just a fact.” (VIDEO BELOW.)

The Lousiana Senator then said, “I don’t know what happened to Dr. Ford. I don’t know if we’ll ever know what happened to Dr. Ford.”

Then with tenderness and thoughtfulness he said, “I do believe that something very, very, very bad happened to Dr. Ford, and I am very sorry.”

But I do not believe that Judge Brett Kavanaugh was involved. And that’s why I will support his nomination,” the Senator said in closing.

The committee voted to move the vote along to the Senate floor – originally scheduled for Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018.

Currently, Senator Flake (R-AZ) and Senator Coons (D-DE) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) have all said they will vote against Kavanaugh unless the Senate waits one week for an FBI investigation.

Kavanaugh has undergone six FBI investigations already. The FBI does not come to conclusions – they only collect facts(VIDEO BELOW.)

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