The Battle for US Supreme Court: “You may defeat me in the final vote, but you’ll never get me to quit. Never, “Says Brett Kavanaugh

The Battle for US Supreme Court: You may defeat me in the final vote, but you'll never get me to quit. Never, “Says Brett Kavanaugh


Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump Supreme Court nominee who has been on news for over a week now on allegation of sexual assault to Dr, Christine Blasey Ford has issued a strong statement to the Democratic Senators seating in at the US Judiciary Committee that “You may defeat me in the final vote, but you’ll never get me to quit. Never,” blasting lawmakers for replacing advise and consent “with search and destroy” in a marathon hearing that stretched for nearly nine hours.

This is the first time in US history that a Supreme Court nominee appears on the Judiciary Committee on the bases of sexual assault for over 30 years ago a move, that has been looked upon as a political witch-hunt on the Trump Administration.

According to the US constitution, the president nominates a candidate for the Supreme Court who is voted by the Senate to take a permanent seat at the court and only death will remove him/her from the court. And very few presidents get the opportunity to nominate a candidate at the Supreme Court.

But Donald Trump administration has had the opportunity to nominate two candidates for the Supreme Court of which Judge Brett Kavanaugh is the second nominee but his nomination has come under serious attack from the democrats who want to delay the process until after the mid-term election which they believe might secure the house majority of the senate to influence a candidate that will back their abortion ideology.

If Judge Brett Kavanaugh wins the senate vote he will increase the number of Justice at the US Supreme Court that is Pro-Life; people who are against abortion and the Democrats fear is that, if voted he will join the other justices to fight hard against abortion and hence, the democrats are looking for ways to have him disqualify so that when they have a majority at the Senate they will only vote for a Justice who is not Pro-Life.

Hence, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford sexual allegation has been seen as a political conspiracy to disrupt the voting process, allegation which was only made public by the media and later brought up by the democrats one week to the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who has rejected ever assaulting Dr. Ford or anybody.

Talking to the Judiciary Committee Dr. Christine Blasey Ford said she is 100% sure that it was Brett Kavanaugh who assaulted her while Brett Kavanaugh, on his part told the committee that he is convinced 100% that he is not responsible for assaulting Ford.

 “I swear today under oath before the senate and the nation before my family and God that I am innocent of the allegation. I never had any sexual or physical assault with Dr. Ford I never attended the party of Dr. Ford”

According to one of the Republican Senator Graham, all the allegations were stage and are aimed at tarnishing the good image of Brett Kavanaugh.

This is an excerpt of what he said

“If you wanted an FBI investigation, you could have come to us. What you want to do is destroy this guy’s life, hold this seat open and hope you win in 2020; you’ve got nothing to apologize for.

This is the most unethical sham since I’ve been in politic this is a not a job interview. This is hell. This is going to destroy the ability of good people to come forward, because of this crap

 This is the most unethical, shame since I have been into politics” Senator Graham

The Senate Judiciary Committee will have to vote either to continue with the confirmation process or to suspend the process until further investigation.

As of now the Republicans control the house Majority and are determined to push for the vote while the democrats are of the opinion that the FBI should investigate the matter before voting. But if the Republican continue with the vote Kavanaugh might become the Supreme Court Justice.




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