Kavanaugh Opponents Play Hardball With Sen. Collins

This senator might vote for Kavanaugh. So activists sent her 3000 coat hangers.

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Lisa Murkowski to call for a complete vetting of Kavanaugh. And you stood by, 'Oh, I don't know. "How [bleeped] naive do you have to be?"

In one threat, a letter states, "If you vote for Kavanaugh, EVERY waitress who serves you is going to spit in your food, and that's if you're lucky, you fucking CUNT!" "And I've gotten notes from sources that people feel really uncomfortable with how this is playing out".

If Collins decides to vote no on Kavanaugh's confirmation, none of the 36,313 pledges will be charged to the credit or debit cards used to donate to the cause, and all of the money will be returned to the accounts who donated.

On social media, a number of the campaign's supporters pointed out the blatant hypocrisy of attacking small donors for attempting to persuade Collins to represent their interests, while happily accepting millions in corporate and PAC contributions over her decades in public office.

So a group of liberal activists in ME created an unusual crowdfunding campaign that encapsulated both of these emotions: they raised money in the form of pledges that they said they would give to whoever made a decision to challenge Collins in 2020 if she voted for Kavanaugh's confirmation.

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For liberals concerned about what a seat for Kavanaugh would do to the court, Collins has been both a source of limited hope and frustration, expressing concerns about threats to Roe vs. Wade, while consulting with the Trump administration through the selection process.

After three days of aggressive questioning from Kamala Harris, Cory Booker and other Senate Democrats, Judge Brett Kavanaugh might come up for a vote in the U.S. Senate as soon as this Thursday, September 13-and votes to either confirm or reject Kavanaugh's nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court will no doubt come down along largely partisan lines.

"We talk a lot about how there's no bipartisanship in Washington".

Hunt's response to the abusive phone calls contrasts the reaction another MSNBC panel had to the profanity-laced voicemails. His office said the senator also took into account, "the opinions of thousands of ME people who have written and called into his office or approached the Senator personally".

"When you listen to those and having been out on the campaign trail, it's the passion of people", Alcindor said.

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"They're talking about women's rights to choose", Alcindor went on. Kavanaugh is committed to ending healthcare for people with pre-existing conditions.

Panelist Jim Messina, President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign manager, nodded in response to Alcindor's assessment.

Booker said the documents about Kavanaugh's work "raise more serious and concerning questions" about his honesty during his testimony before the committee.

"And that was from two men, which I think really shows how this is an issue that's not just affecting women", McCammond said.

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