After weeks of unsubstantiated accusations and nasty personal slurs, Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed to the United States Supreme Court! The Fairfax County Republican Committee wishes him sincere congratulations and hopes his family can quickly overcome the mental anguish they have endured by relegating to the rhetorical garbage heap all the denunciations and baseless claims flung so recklessly and mercilessly at their husband and father. He is a good man who was made to look like a criminal by Democrats desperate to prevent his ascension to the Court. They failed.
We have now seen the Democrat Party exposing itself for all the world to see as the Socialist entity that sought to destroy a good man’s reputation and spirit with reckless charge after reckless charge in the national spotlight aided and abetted by paid protestors. Never has this country witnessed such a malevolent and
Are you as outraged as I am about how Judge Brett Kavanaugh is being treated by Democrats and by many in the media?
If not, you must read the commentary by Fairfax County’s Cathy Trauernicht in today’s Washington Times.
This is indeed a travesty. And it is one that we must address head on.
Unless we take a stand now, we can expect more of the same, regardless of how qualified an individual may be for any position with this Administration or future Republican Administrations.
The Good News is the mid-term elections are right around the corner. In just a few weeks we will each have the opportunity to vote our conscience. We can tell the Democrats and the journalists who have bought into the Democrats’ craven abuse of power that we reject government by allegation.
Just before the mid-term elections, Democrats are exposing precisely why they cannot be trusted to govern!
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September 4, 2018
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Speaker Kirk Cox formally appeals redistricting case to United States Supreme Court
Virginia House of Delegates Speaker Kirk Cox on Tuesday filed a formal appeal to the United States Supreme Court in his capacity as Intervenor-Defendant in Bethune Hill v. Virginia State Board of Elections, after the District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia reversed its previous opinion and found 11 House districts unconstitutional.
The Jurisdictional Statement presents six questions to the Supreme Court for review…