The ultimate douchebag is now on the Supreme Court


Well the good ole Republicans are at it again. Here are your governors that support the rapist Brett Kavanaugh who is the nominee for the position of Supreme Court Justice. Make sure you place your votes accordingly. 


Republicans voting yes

Ted Cruz of Texas on July 9 -- "By any measure, Judge Kavanaugh is one of the most respected federal judges in the country and I look forward to supporting his nomination to the Supreme Court of the United States."

Dan Sullivan of Alaska on July 9 -- "I think he meets all the qualifications of what we as a Senate should be looking for in terms of the confirmation process and I plan on supporting Judge Kavanaugh as a next associate justice of the Supreme Court."

Orrin Hatch of Utah on July 11 -- "I was very pleased to meet with Judge Kavanaugh this morning. He's handled himself very well and comes with a lot of experience, coming from the second-greatest court in the land. I expect his confirmation to go well. I very much enjoyed talking with him for a few minutes."

Rob Portman of Ohio on July 11 -- "I can't think of anybody better qualified to be on the United States Supreme Court. He obviously has had a distinguished record."

Ben Sasse of Nebraska on July 12 -- "The judge I met today doesn't sound anything like the imaginary bogeyman that Democrats are railing against. I think Nebraskans are going to like this humble judge who is clearly most proud of his two daughters. Judge Kavanaugh is a serious thinker and a careful jurist who understands that our system of checks and balances and our First Amendment freedoms make America great."

John Cornyn of Texas on July 12 -- "I have known the judge for a long time. I've followed his record. I think he is the type of judge that we need on the Supreme Court, not one who is going to be making policy or legislating from the bench. I think he very much shares the same judicial philosophy as Justice Gorsuch so I look forward to supporting his confirmation."

Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia on July 12 -- "After meeting with Judge Kavanaugh today, I'm even more certain that he is a man of integrity and that he understands and respects the responsibilities of a Supreme Court justice, which is why I plan to support his nomination. Judge Kavanaugh and I had a wide-ranging discussion about our separation-of-powers system, the court's responsibility to properly apply laws passed by Congress to guard against overreach by federal agencies, and the importance of respecting precedent to promote stability in the law. I know Judge Kavanaugh will be an excellent addition to the court and will honor and strengthen this important branch of our democracy."

Thom Tillis of North Carolina on July 18 -- "As a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, I look forward to strongly supporting his nomination and will work to ensure the Senate moves swiftly to confirm him."

Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi on July 25 -- "I firmly believe the President made a great decision in nominating Judge Kavanaugh. I'm excited about his nomination, and look forward to supporting him and being an advocate for his confirmation."

Richard Shelby of Alabama on July 30 -- "Confirming Judge Kavanaugh is one of the most important things we will do during this Congress. I look forward to supporting his nomination to serve on our nation's highest court, and I urge my colleagues to do the same."

Rand Paul of Kentucky on July 30 -- "After meeting Judge Kavanaugh and reviewing his record, I have decided to support his nomination. No one will ever completely agree with a nominee (unless of course, you are the nominee). Each nominee however, must be judged on the totality of their views character and opinions," Paul wrote in a series of tweets.

Marco Rubio of Florida on August 1 -- "His answers reflected what the American people voted for when they elected the president and a Republican-controlled Senate less than two years ago. I intend to support his nomination because of his stated commitment to interpreting and defending the Constitution as written."

John Thune of South Dakota on August 1 -- "I will support his nomination to the Supreme Court this fall, and I hope my colleagues, Republican and Democrat, reach the same conclusion about this well-qualified, mainstream jurist."

John Boozman of Arkansas on August 1 -- "The first thing that stood out when Brett Kavanaugh's nomination was announced was his exceptional record on the bench and the high level of respect his peers hold for him. After having an opportunity to visit with him, I find Judge Kavanaugh to be even more impressive than his resume and reputation alone suggest. I am confident that he is a fair and thoughtful jurist who will respect the Constitution and refrain from legislating from the bench. He is the exact type of judge we need on the Supreme Court."

John Hoeven of North Dakota on August 1 -- "I appreciated the opportunity to meet with Judge Kavanaugh today to discuss his judicial philosophy. Having served for more than a decade on the federal appeals court, he is highly qualified to serve on the Supreme Court. Judge Kavanuagh has a strong record of upholding the law rather than legislating from the bench and his approach to the law shows a deep respect for the Constitution. Given his years of experience on the bench and his commitment to upholding the law, I believe that Judge Kavanaugh is a solid choice for the Supreme Court and I look forward to supporting his confirmation to serve on the Supreme Court."

Ron Johnson of Wisconsin on August 15 -- "Judge Kavanaugh's impressive legal background combined with his compelling personal history makes his nomination an easy one to support. Most importantly, as I have reviewed his judicial record I am confident of his intent to apply the law as a judge, not alter it as a super-legislator. I look forward to voting to confirm his nomination to the Supreme Court once the Senate has thoroughly but expeditiously completed the confirmation process."

Johnny Isakson of Georgia on August 16 --"He's a regular guy. He's a brilliant man. He cares about his country deeply. He believes in his country and feels a responsibility he wants to assume at this time in life. I can't think of any better reason to vote for him. I'm going to vote for him with pride, and I encourage my fellow senators... to join me as well."

Lindsey Graham of South Carolina on September 4 -- "The antidote to our problems in this country when it comes to judges and politics is not to deny you (Kavanaugh) a place on the Supreme Court. This is exactly where you need to be. This is exactly the time you need to be there."

Todd Young of Indiana on September 6 -- "Earlier this week, I spoke with @WSBT about Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing. Judge Kavanaugh will be an excellent addition to our nation's highest court, and the Republican-led Senate will continue to move through regular order to confirm him."
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