Democrats are grandstanding on Kavanaugh? Good. That’s what they should do.

Democrats are grandstanding on Kavanaugh? Good. That’s what they should do.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) (J. Scott Applewhite/AP) You may want to sit down while I tell you this: The sacred process of confirming a Supreme Court nominee has been defiled by … politics! Specifically, Democratic senators who may be running for president in […]





The questioning of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh had not even begun Thursday morning when Senator Cory Booker, Democrat of New Jersey, threatened to release secret emails — even if it meant being expelled from the Senate.

That’s what we’re told in articles today in the New York Times (“Democrats Grilling Kavanaugh Have Their Eyes on 2020“) and The Post (“Potential 2020 candidates use Kavanaugh hearings to show resistance to Trump“). Here’s part of the Times’s description:

The questioning of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh had not even begun Thursday morning when Senator Cory Booker, Democrat of New Jersey, threatened to release secret emails — even if it meant being expelled from the Senate.

That’s what we’re told in articles today in the New York Times (“Democrats Grilling Kavanaugh Have Their Eyes on 2020“) and The Post (“Potential 2020 candidates use Kavanaugh hearings to show resistance to Trump“). Here’s part of the Times’s description:

The questioning of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh had not even begun Thursday morning when Senator Cory Booker, Democrat of New Jersey, threatened to release secret emails — even if it meant being expelled from the Senate.

That’s what we’re told in articles today in the New York Times (“Democrats Grilling Kavanaugh Have Their Eyes on 2020“) and The Post (“Potential 2020 candidates use Kavanaugh hearings to show resistance to Trump“). Here’s part of the Times’s description:

“This is about the closest I’ll ever come in my life to an ‘I am Spartacus’ moment,” the senator declared with a flourish.

The questioning of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh had not even begun Thursday morning when Senator Cory Booker, Democrat of New Jersey, threatened to release secret emails — even if it meant being expelled from the Senate.

The questioning of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh had not even begun Thursday morning when Senator Cory Booker, Democrat of New Jersey, threatened to release secret emails — even if it meant being expelled from the Senate.

That’s what we’re told in articles today in the New York Times (“Democrats Grilling Kavanaugh Have Their Eyes on 2020“) and The Post (“Potential 2020 candidates use Kavanaugh hearings to show resistance to Trump“). Here’s part of the Times’s description:

Specifically, Democratic senators who may be running for president in 2020 have brought to Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings their sordid motives of self-aggrandizement and base-pandering, ruining what would otherwise have been nothing but a dignified search for truth.

The questioning of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh had not even begun Thursday morning when Senator Cory Booker, Democrat of New Jersey, threatened to release secret emails — even if it meant being expelled from the Senate.

That’s what we’re told in articles today in the New York Times (“Democrats Grilling Kavanaugh Have Their Eyes on 2020“) and The Post (“Potential 2020 candidates use Kavanaugh hearings to show resistance to Trump“). Here’s part of the Times’s description:

The questioning of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh had not even begun Thursday morning when Senator Cory Booker, Democrat of New Jersey, threatened to release secret emails — even if it meant being expelled from the Senate.

That’s what we’re told in articles today in the New York Times (“Democrats Grilling Kavanaugh Have Their Eyes on 2020“) and The Post (“Potential 2020 candidates use Kavanaugh hearings to show resistance to Trump“). Here’s part of the Times’s description:

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