In just a matter of days, things are moving fast in D.C.
(Something that we rarely see!)
Trump hasn’t even announced his Supreme Court nominee, but Republicans have been working to get in like and fulfill their biggest conservative dream.
It appears two Republicans will not vote for Trump’s pick (two senators who apparently don’t want to keep their jobs).
But Lindsey Graham was able to go on TV and share some news that will rattle the Democrats:
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said on Monday night that Republicans have enough votes to confirm Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s replacement to the Supreme Court…
“We’ve got the votes to confirm Justice Ginsburg’s replacement before the election,” Graham continued.
Graham burst the left’s bubble and revealed they have enough votes to confirm a replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
He started out by condemning what Democrats did during Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Already, before a nominee has been announced, Democrats are trying to pull the same stunts.
They even protested outside Graham’s house, as if to intimidate him.
But that appears to have only strengthened his resolve.
What’s even more startling is that, with two fair-weathered Republicans on the fence, many suspected Mitt Romney would try to hold up the process.
Even that hasn’t gone as Democrats hoped:
Sen. Mitt Romney said Tuesday he would support a floor vote to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, essentially clinching consideration of President Donald Trump’s nominee this year despite the impending election.
When Romney is willing to vote on a nominee, you know Democrats are rapidly losing ground.
If Trump is successful at getting another Supreme Court nominee onto the bench, that’s it for the Democrats.
It would be another decisive victory for Trump—in keeping with his campaign promises—just months before the election!
How can Democrats compete with that? In fact, everything they’ve promised to do in response to Trump’s pick will only outrage many Americans.
They’ve promised to go to “war” over what is a Constitutional process. Some wanted to “burn it all down.”
Yeah, those aren’t things you say if you expect to win an election.
Democrats in D.C. want to “pack” the court or worse. But they have to get the seats in Congress first (and the White House).
Do you think they have a ghost of a chance?
- Lindsey Graham announced Republicans have the votes to confirm Trump’s SCOTUS pick.
- Mitt Romney, a frequent Trump critic, has signed off on a vote.
- Democrats have made wild threats in an effort to stop the SCOTUS appointment.