Fox News is reporting that Senator Collins is going to vote Yes on Kavanaugh.

With Flake and Manchin, that puts to Yes total at 50.

There may be more, and some are speculating that the rest of the GOP will try to talk Murkowski into shifting to Yes by tomorrow.

Even at 50/50, Kavanaugh can be confirmed because Vice President Pence will be the tie breaker.

Then I see this:

The radical left is never going to let this go.  Ever.

And this:

“Fight fire with fire” and “must hit harder.”

And this:

Mobs of people outside Flake’s office getting arrested trying to get him to change his vote.

That leaves me with this niggling thought.

Right now the Senate sits at 50 Yes, 50 No.

Just one less Yes vote and Kavanaugh doesn’t get confirmed.

What are the chances that in the next 48 hours, the radical Left will try and make the score 49 Yes to 50 No by putting a Yes in the hospital or morgue?

Or am I being too cynical?

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By J. Kb

8 thoughts on “Please for the love of God tell me I am too cynical”
  1. I’m not going to bet one way or the other. But it wouldn’t surprise me. A loon did attempt to assasinate several House Republicans last year, after all, and very nearly succeeded in killing Steve Scalise.
    The socialist left has lost their collectivist marbles, and it is by design.

  2. They are young enough and stupid enough not to know the JFK Effect: Killing a Republican will make at least some democrats vote for confirmation. The Civil Rights Act passed because it was seen as JFKs legacy and few idiots wanted to end on the wrong side of history.

  3. […] Gun Free ZoneMobs of people outside Flake’s office getting arrested trying to get him to change his vote.That leaves me with this niggling thought.Right now the Senate sits at 50 Yes, 50 No.Just one less Yes vote and Kavanaugh doesn’t get confirmed.What are the chances that in the next 48 hours, the radical Left will try and make the score 49 Yes to 50 No by putting a Yes in the hospital or morgue?Or am I being too cynical?I hope you are too cynical, I really really do.At this point, I think it's not so much a question of motive as it is the combination of means and opportunity.The only bright spot: I think it's 51 to 49 with Collins and Manchin. They'd have to get two Senators. […]

  4. Arrest them, Identify them, and ask for a restraining order against them to protect the senator, his offices, and his family. One in DC, wherever your Washington abode is, and in your home state.

    IANAL, but does this rise to terroristic threats?

  5. Notice how the most “moderate” people are being attacked the hardest. The mob goes after the weak points. I guess it doesn’t pay to be bipartisan in today’s political climate.

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