Skip to comments.Kavanaugh has 51 votes for cloture -- Murkowski no, Manchin, Collins, Flake yes
Posted on 10/05/2018 7:53:16 AM PDT by reaganaut1
No link from Bloomberg allowed -- story here.
Alaska...you know what do.
I’m going to be on pins and needles tomorrow...UGH! I hate that feeling!! I call it the 2016 feeling!!
This is where Flake is going to be most dangerous. now and the next 30 hours. Watch Coons.
I’ve never liked Cowski. Not really surprised. I hope she pays dearly for being a traitor to the American people.
Can we give Alaska back to the Russians?
Alaska republicans ALREADY did that... then she appealed to democrats and won as an “independent” precisely to screw the party and do things like this.
I wonder if it had anything to do with Dianne Feinstein (D-Beijing) obviously threatening her in The Senate corridor the other day?
Cowski must be primaried out.
Manchin must really be in a tight race in WVA.
Collins said that she will make a final decision at 3:00 today. Old attention grabbing hoorah
A dozen or so Democrats were straggling in at the last minute to vote No
Thanks to all the dumb Alaskans who wrote her in ages ago, vs. Joe Miller.
Always knew that angry witch is the rottenness apple in the barrel.
John Cornyn’s gift to the GOP. As Chair of the NRSC he could have supported the conservative Republican candidate for Senate, Joe Miller, but instead chose the sore loser ‘independent’ lefty Murkowski. Heck of a job there, Johnny.
With the witch MurKowski voting no, if Collins votes no, Kavanaugh is done. No way in hell coward Manchin would vote to put Kavanaugh over,
Alaska, If you guys vote Murkowski back into the senate I vote that we give your damn state to someone else. Who needs a bunch of P^^^ks near the artic circle. It is a beautiful place but if you vote her back in I am all for dumping the place.
So does a yes cloture vote imply a yes confirmation vote?
Three of four key Senators vote “yes” to advance Kavanaugh nomination.
The Senate holds the first floor vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court this morning.
This comes just a day after both Republican and Democratic Senators reviewed the FBI report on Kavanaugh.
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