Sen. Lindsey Graham launches into a tirade against Democrats while announcing his support for a man accused of attempted rape. — WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY IMAGE
A seat on the the United States Supreme Court has never been an elected position — until now.
Maybe you’ve been in a coma or sequestered in a cave for the last month or so, but there’s a fierce battle going on for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be elected to the court. A seat on the Supreme Court has historically been a lifetime appointment after confirmation by the Senate. No longer.
When Dr. Christine Blasey Ford courageously stepped forward despite harassment and death threats to tell the world that Kavanaugh tried to rape her at a party when both were teenagers, the political scene became polarized.
Hell, those cavalier Republican men on the Senate Judiciary Committee even agreed to bring in — GASP — a woman…
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