Rasmussen once again pointed out how Senate Democrats who voted against the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh faced electoral consequences.
ICYMI: They Remembered in November
Every Democratic senator in a competitive 2018 midterm race who voted against Brett Kavanaugh lost.https://t.co/StDPMEo9bH
â€” Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) September 21, 2020
Several Democratic senators who lost their seats in Tuesday’s midterm elections had one thing in common â€” they all voted against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham called it “Kavanaugh’s Revenge” in a statement Tuesday morning.
“Virtually all Senate Democrats running in Trump states who voted against Brett Kavanaugh were defeated,” Graham said in the statement. “Their constituents held them responsible for being part of a despicable smear campaign orchestrated by the left. These Democrats showed more allegiance to the left than to their constituents who support qualified, conservative judges like Brett Kavanaugh.”
The wrangling over Kavanaughâ€™s confirmation hit a fever pitch in October when several women accused Kavanaugh of various forms of sexual misconduct.
Here are the Senators:
A handful of senators were strongly opposed to Kavanaughâ€™s nomination, including Democratic Sens. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, and Bill Nelson of Florida.
All of those senators lost their seats on Tuesday night.
This same thing is going to happen in 2020. Democrats have already shown how radical they plan on getting to block this nomination. They want power and are willing to do anything to get it. The problem for them is everyday Americans have a vote. Everyday Americans see right through their plans.
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