What the Kavanaugh confirmation means
Oct 08, 2018
We now have a new Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh, whose confirmation passed the US Senate at 4pm (EST), Saturday, October 6. Trump signed the confirmation a short time later.
Kavanaugh’s nomination process has exposed the violent side of the Democratic Party’s supporters, who seem to value Democracy only as long as they are getting their way. They certainly did not believe or defend the rights of all those women who had been raped by President Bill Clinton—most of whom really had solid evidence of the crime.
But evidence from Dr. Ford was in short supply, and none of her witnesses would corroborate her story. Yet all of the Democratic senators on the Judicial committee did everything they could to give weight to her story, even though she did not remember where it supposedly took place, when it took place, or even who drove her home after the alleged attack.
After the vote, someone sent a graphic video of a beheading to the wife of a Colorado senator, and someone published their names and the names of family members.
This seems to have become the new normal in politics, or at least on the side of the Democrats. Not too many years ago, the Democrats were complaining that the Republicans were being “mean” by giving away less of someone else’s money. In fact, I have always been critical of both parties, one for being the Whore Party and the other for being the War Party. But now, at least for the moment, it appears that the Democratic Party has taken both titles for themselves.
Considering the fact that Kavanaugh’s “unblemished” judicial record was never challenged, why would the Democratic Party turn so violent? Why did women scream uncontrollably when the vote went in Kavanaugh’s favor?
Why did the witches react by instructing everyone to put a spell on Kavanaugh? What are they afraid of?
Does it have anything to do with Hillary Clinton’s early mentor, Saul Alinsky and his book, Rules for Radicals, which he effectively dedicated to Lucifer, “the first radical”?
“Let we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgement to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins—or which is which), the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom—Lucifer.”
What made Kavanaugh’s confirmation so overwhelmingly important? Do they believe that the new majority on the Supreme Court means that the Luciferians in America have lost control?
Early on, they claimed that it was because Kavanaugh might be the deciding vote that would overturn Roe v Wade (legalization of abortions). Certainly, that is a hot issue for the average non-Christian, but I believe that the Democratic leadership is more concerned at this point with the prospect of military tribunals. They know that they are guilty of treason, and they know the penalty for treason.
Senator Lindsey Graham’s line of questioning on September 11 focused almost entirely on Kavanaugh’s knowledge of the laws governing military tribunals. Graham wanted to know if Kavanaugh was aware that we were in a state of war. Kavanaugh affirmed that we had been in a state of war (“war on terrorism”) since September 14, 2001. The two then discussed the law of armed conflict and another set of laws known as criminal law.
That was the signal that scared the Democrats most. They are now more concerned with their own fate than with maintaining the right to kill babies.