Dems: We Unearthed Evil Plot with Nomination of Kavanaugh! [VIDEO]

Dems: We Unearthed Evil Plot with Nomination of Kavanaugh! [VIDEO]

Dems: We Unearthed Evil Plot with Nomination of Kavanaugh! [VIDEO]

Democrats are pretty sure they know why President Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to be a Supreme Court Justice. And it may have less to do with Roe v. Wade than you may suspect.

It is, they claim, a Nefarious Plot to keep Trump from prosecution.

Take, for instance, Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, who said this:

“I think Trump nominated him because of Mueller and to be free from prosecution.”

She also noted that Sen. Richard Blumenthal of NY called Kavanaugh a “get out of jail free card” for Trump.

They weren’t the only Democrat Loony Tunes, either.

Here’s what Sen. Chuck Schumer claimed during a news conference:

“Why did the president stick with Kavanaugh? Because he’s worried that Mr. Mueller will go to the court to ask the president be subpoenaed and ask to do other things necessary to move the investigation forward. And President Trump knows that Kavanaugh will be a barrier to preventing that investigation from going there.”

And here’s what Sen. Cory Booker said on the PBS News Hour:

Of course, the It Girl of the Democratic party — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Democrat Socialist running for a House seat from NYC — not only scooped out the Evil Plot, but she also declared Kavanaugh to be automatically disqualified! Because she’s smart like that!

Do you take what these people say at face value? You don’t? Well, neither do I. So let’s see what Kavanaugh really said, shall we?

Now it’s true that Kavanaugh wrote this in 2009 in the Minnesota Law Review:

I believe it vital that the President be able to focus on his never-ending tasks with as few distractions as possible. . . But I believe that the President should be excused from some of the burdens of ordinary citizenship while serving in office.

But hold on — he also wrote this later in the article:

Congress is free to provide a temporary deferral of civil suits while the President is in office. Congress may be wise to do so, just as it has done for certain members of the military. Deferral would allow the President to focus on the vital duties he was elected to perform.

Kavanaugh continues:

Congress should consider doing the same, moreover, with respect to criminal investigations and prosecutions of the President. In particular, Congress might consider a law exempting a President—while in office—from criminal prosecution and investigation, including from questioning by criminal prosecutors or defense counsel.

In other words, it’s Congress’s job to determine whether or not to exempt a President from prosecution — not the Supreme Court’s. And Congress did nothing about settling this, did they?

So now Congressional Democrats use these writings to concoct a conspiracy theory.

But wait, there’s more. Like context, people, context. Even former RNC chair Michael Steele — no fan of President Trump — notes that Kavanaugh wrote this opinion piece as a response to what he saw while working under Ken Starr during the Clinton Impeachment Circus.

Furthermore, Kavanaugh wrote his Law Review article in 2009 — nine years ago, in a different political time and under a different president.

Again, to paraphrase James Carville, It’s the Context, Stupid! 

But the Dems are counting on their followers to go full tinfoil hat on the Kavanaugh nomination. Because Trump is evil, and therefore he must have had some nefarious plot in mind when he gave Brett Kavanaugh the nod.

I swear, Trump could’ve nominated Mother Teresa to the Supreme Court and they would’ve found something fiendish about that, too. Oh, wait. Mother Teresa opposed abortion. Never mind, then.

Do you smell something really pungent? Like the smell of desperation among the Democrats? And that smells like. . . victory.

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15 Comments
  • GWB says:

    The fact that #ScotusPick Kavanuaugh believes that a President cannot be indicted is an automatic disqualification from Supreme Court consideration.
    Ummm, and why would that be? Does she explain that anywhere? Or is she just bloviating here? Constitutionalism just bursting forth from her oh-so-well-educated skull?
    Because there’s absolutely NOTHING in the Constitution that would support that.

    under a different president
    I wonder if he foresaw problems with 0bama’s presidency? Hmmmm….

    The fun one is the “Kennedy colluded with Trump, and that’s un-Constitutional!!11!!1111!!!” false story going ’round.
    I really do wonder if a bunch of these folks even realize there is a real document we can check (pretty easily, doesn’t really require a law degree) for this sort of thing. *smdh*

  • rick says:

    Mephitic commies reek.

    • James says:

      The thing is Trump did not collude with Russia so why would any of the dumb liberal democrat suspicions even make sense,the only collusion as done by Hillary’s campaign and the DNC with that fake dosier.

  • In his Law Review article, he actually said the opposite. He said that the legislature would have to grant relief from suits. Sheesh, more fake news.

    https://mikestreetstation.wordpress.com/2018/07/10/in-scotus-wars-the-dems-main-attack-is-fake-news/

  • Irwin Chusid says:

    The world was a simpler place when there were only three Stooges.

  • Scott says:

    Has Booker EVER said anything that didn’t sounds like the ramblings of a 3 y/o hopped up on cotton candy??? And the little socialist bimbo? well, it’s rather obvious that she doesn’t have clue one about pretty much anything related to reality… And the dims expecting their supporters to go full tinfoil isn’t much of a stretch, it’s really all they’ve got left these days….

  • Todd says:

    TDS IS NOW ON STERIODS.

  • George says:

    Where do all these people feel that Mr Kavanaugh has the only vote to over turn Roe vs Wade I thought there were 9 Supreme Court Member

  • Bill says:

    The whole problem with dems is that they think they live in glass houses and they best stop throwing stones. They are nothing but evil individuals. I cannot in all honesty, call them people.

  • James says:

    The slimy liberal democrats are grasping at any straw they can use to sabatoge the confirmation of this nominee.Trump is inocent so why would he want this judge confirmed to keep from being prosecuted even if the Supreme Court could stop him from being prosecuted,after all where did they get such an idea.

  • TDS is in full blown mode now! You know the reason they are up in arms is that in all likelihood Kavanaugh WILL be confirmed because he believes Roe v Wade is settled law. So they do not want President Trump to have another win prior to the mid-terms. So they are making up all this stuff he supposedly said, which he didn’t, to try and halt the vote. Won’t work though.

  • Skid Marx says:

    Dim bulbs couldn’t unearth the plot to Laurel and Hardy.

  • Max Damage says:

    Ever notice that Presidents Trump, Bush(s), Reagan and Ford were utter dunces, likely needed help dressing themselves in the morning, and yet were able to conceive and orchestrate these incredibly subtle plots against life as we know it? Ever notice the smart party (just ask them), including Presidents Obama, Clinton and Carter, also never see it coming hence it’s always a dire Constitutional emergency? Hmmm…. 2018-1974=44 years of the same stereotypes, the same claims, the same stories. If you keep doing the same thing, over and over, and expect a different result, don’t we have a word to describe that behavior?

  • please place a name here says:

    Another evil plot foiled…if Roe vs. Wade was overturned it would be up to the states (10th amendment) to determine if they wanted to make abortion illegal or legal.

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