Chief Justice Roberts Swats Away Dems Last Ditch Effort To Stop Kavanaugh


The left is still furious over Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation – they will get over it in time. Look, Kavanaugh is not some radical judge so the first time he rules in favor of a cause dear to the left they will move on.

But that hasn’t happened yet. What is happening is the Dems last ditch and very desperate effort to stop Judge Kavanaugh.

They tried a sneak attack on Kavanaugh by filing ethics complains and forwarding them to Justice Roberts who promptly sent them to Siberia because quite frankly only 67 votes in the Senate are going to remove Kavanaugh.

As reported by The Hill:

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is reportedly referring ethics complaints brought against Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Colorado.

The Associated Press reported that the complaints were filed in relation to Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings in September and were originally filed with his previous court, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Roberts reportedly made the request in a letter sent to the chief judge of the 10th Circuit, Timothy Tymkovich, who was also on the list of President Trump’s possible Supreme Court nominees, along with Kavanaugh and Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.

According to the news service, Roberts received three complaints on Sept. 20, just days before Kavanaugh’s combative testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, in which he vehemently denied allegations of sexual assault brought by Christine Blasey Ford and other accusers.

Roberts reportedly made no action on the complaints, which eventually totaled 15, while Kavanaugh’s confirmation was pending.

Politico pointed out that Roberts’s decision could be partially  related to Judge Merrick Garland. As chief judge of the D.C Circuit, Garland is tasked with handling such complaints.

Garland was also nominated by former President Obama to serve on the Supreme Court but was blocked by the Republicans.


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