Journalists made some terrible choices this weekend in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as a Supreme Court justice.
Post described Kavanaugh as a “casual acquaintance,” noting he watched the judge’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee last month with “something approaching unbelief.”
Her support for Kavanaugh, which essentially ensures his confirmation and a solidification of the Supreme Court's hard-right bloc for years to come, immediately prompted nationwide fury.
Protesters in the gallery of the Senate pleaded with Senator Collins to “vote no,” but she turned her back on them and millions of Americans.
The farce of a background check is being spun by Republicans as conclusive.
'It is heartbreaking if these guys who acted like my friends in high school were saying these nasty, false things about me behind my back.'
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, a lifelong Republican, says Brett Kavanaugh proved he does not belong on the highest court in the land.
As she stares down a tough Senate race in the red state of North Dakota, the senator fears that the decision will cost her.