Livingston Conservative Chair Reacts To The Kavanaugh Confirmation

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Livingston County, NY – Reacting to the news that Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed as an Associate Justice to the United State Supreme Court, Jason J. McGuire, Chairman of the Livingston County Conservative Party, said:

“Today, the United State Senate fulfilled its role regarding advice and consent of presidential nominations. Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) skillfully steered a course through Democratic distractions that were intended to personally destroy a highly-qualified nominee. Sen. Susan Collins’ (R-Maine) floor speech regarding this matter was reflective, reasoned and a masterful defense of the Kavanaugh confirmation.”

“Unfortunately, New York’s two U.S. Senators, Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, allowed toxic politics to poison their judgment in this matter. Rather than fulfill their constitutional authority, Schumer and Gillibrand, caved to the far-left demands of their Democratic base. Their ‘no’ votes were not unexpected, but still deeply troubling.”

“Soon-to-be United States Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has demonstrated strong convictions and the kind of fortitude that we wish more public officials would display. He did not flinch in the face of baseless attacks and ugly gutter politics. I am afraid that this kind of tenacity will need to be the new normal in America’s sharply-divided and personally-destructive political discourse.”

“President Donald J. Trump is to be commended for keeping yet another campaign promise. Supreme Court nominations are the sole reason why many conservatives supported the Trump candidacy, and the President has once again demonstrated that he has not forgotten his base.”

“Conservatives can best show their appreciation for the Kavanaugh confirmation by supporting Republican and Conservative candidates that support the White House agenda in next month’s General Election.”

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