We here at halfguarded.com understand that you lead a busy life and sometimes you need someone to help you catch up with what’s going on in the news, and so we present to you the two recent statements put forth by the Democratic Party on the newly confirmed Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh.
“If you are angry that Republicans put someone on the Supreme Court who intentionally deceived the American people under oath, vote,” wrote the party of two term president, Bill Clinton. “If you are angry that Republicans refused to do their jobs and held a Supreme Court seat hostage, vote,” continued the party of Anthony Weiner. “If you are angry that President Trump mocked Dr. Ford and insulted survivors of sexual assault, vote,” implored the party of Al Franken. “If you are angry that our leaders have thrown away honesty, decency, and fairness for their own partisan gain, vote,” preened the party of Barney Frank.
“The American people are raising their voices to a deafening roar today,” announced the party of Keith Ellison. “We will not stop marching, we will not stop fighting, and we will vote on Election Day for leaders who share our values,” pleaded the party of Gavin Newsom.
“Now, more than ever, it is critical that we channel our anger into action and fight for our values by organizing to elect Democrats this November,” continued the party of Eliot Spitzer. “There is no question that Brett Kavanaugh is a threat to women, and that he is unfit to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court,” declared the party of JFK, RFK, MLK – any politician who goes by initials that end with K, really. “With his confirmation, our most fundamental rights are at stake,” preached the party of Jesse Jackson.
“Today is a dark day, but our fight is far from over,” said the party of John Edwards. “We know that when women succeed, America succeeds, and we will never stop fighting for them,” wrote the party of Hillary Clinton, who knew everything.