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What Did We Learn From Kavanaugh’s Circus?

First, thank God they’re over.

Second, Kavanaugh’s hearings showed us the worst example in history of how the judicial process is NOT supposed to work.

The substance of a Supreme Court hearing process is supposed to consider evidence based on a judge’s understanding and application of Constitutional knowledge…and how it will affect future generations.

Instead, the due process was overlooked by the vagina-hat-wearing crowd focusing on alleged rape allegations.  And, without any proof, they quickly devolved into some perverse advancement of Women’s rights.

Sadly/Ironically, they only succeeded in damaging their cause.

But let’s not go there…

Let’s simply point out how the distractions worked.

The process should have focused on career highlights like:

In 2013, D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Brett Kavanaugh wrote that the Obama administration’s legal claims raised “significant questions about the scope of the Executive’s authority to disregard federal statutes.”

Or low points like: the Susan SEVEN-Sky v Eric HOLDER 661 F.3d 1 (2011) case. 

In this decision, Judge Brett Kavanaugh wrote a sixty-five-page opinion arguing that the court could not even decide this case. His dissenting opinion deliberately did not resolve the case on its merits. What is more disturbing is his reliance on an 1876 law (the Anti-Injunction Act) that effectively places government rights above that of the people.  

That alone is VERY disturbing.

Or how about this gem:

In the aftermath of 9/11, Brett Kavanaugh was one of the PATRIOT Act’s greatest supporters.

He’s on record referring to the PATRIOT Act as a “…measured, careful, responsible, and constitutional approach.”  

That’s also very disturbing.

The PATRIOT Act obliterated the Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights to privacy and due process by giving the federal government sweeping new powers to conduct surveillance on the American people.

So, to all the fanatics screaming “Crucify Him,” are you happy with the results?

Or, to the Kavanaugh “rescue rangers,” are You happy that the vetting process was essentially ignored?

We’ll have to wait a couple of generations to find out.

In the meantime, read how this profoundly affects our future in the October issue of “In Plain English.”

And share this with a friend who’ll thank YOU later.

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