Buttigieg and More

Yesterday I spent about 90 minutes compiling information for my post, and when I was ready to publish, it vanished. It has happened before. Operator error. Something I could have safeguarded against if I wasn't, ya know... lazy. I took it as a sign from above (my WiFi signal) that I needed to take a … Continue reading Buttigieg and More

Kavanaugh Updates

There are a few updates regarding Judge Rapey Kavanaugh's potential confirmation. During a press conference today, Donald Trump touted his would be savior: “I think he spoke very conclusively and very well...” “When he was chosen everybody said oh this is going to go very quickly. People thought 10 years ago that Brett Kavanaugh was … Continue reading Kavanaugh Updates

Last Ditch Efforts by the GOP

Kavanaugh's senior yearbook names a woman repeatedly, implying something other than what he claims it meant. "A date." Kavanaugh’s Yearbook Page Is ‘Horrible, Hurtful’ to a Woman It Named The GOP has searched far and wide for something they could latch onto in order to discredit Dr Blasey Ford. They found nothing in her background … Continue reading Last Ditch Efforts by the GOP

Two Stupid Men on FOX

White Republican men on the Judiciary Committee have dug in their heels. Despite two formal allegations, and two pending allegations against their SCOTUS of choice, they'll only allow one victim to be heard, but none will be listened to. Only Dr Ford will testify on Thursday morning. None of the other allegations are worthy of … Continue reading Two Stupid Men on FOX

Will the SCOTUS Vote Commence as Scheduled?

Kavanaugh lined up the girls he coaches behind him, a protective shield against what he had to know would eventually be divulged. Why would a Supreme Court Nominee repeatedly mention coaching his daughter's all girl basketball team. He said it several times; he even introducing them all, by name... twice. Why? He was using these … Continue reading Will the SCOTUS Vote Commence as Scheduled?

New Allegations Against SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Now we know why GOP Senators were desperate to hurry Kavanaugh's confirmation along. They had to beat the story Jane Meyer and Ronan Farrow were working on. It has just been published online in the New Yorker. Another woman, Yale classmate Deborah Ramirez, has come forward to share her experience with Supreme Court Justice Nominee, … Continue reading New Allegations Against SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh