There is No Such Thing as a Moderate Republican

When push comes to shove, self proclaimed Republican moderates always find a way to vote with the party when it counts.

Case in point, Susin Collins (R-ME) who is now saying that Brett Kavanaugh can be expected to support Roe v. Wade, because he told her that it was “settled law”.

Seriously, just how f%$#ing stupid does Collins think we are?

A Republican senator whose vote could ensure the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh offered an upbeat assessment of their meeting Tuesday, highlighting the judge’s statement that the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion is “settled law.”

Sen. Susan Collins (Maine), a centrist who supports abortion rights, appeared to be leaning toward backing President Trump’s nominee after a one-on-one session that lasted more than two hours. Collins said she would announce her decision after confirmation hearings next month.

Collins said Kavanaugh told her that he agreed with Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., who said during his 2005 confirmation hearing that Roe was “settled as a precedent of the court.” The landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision established a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy.

“He said that he agreed with what Justice Roberts said at his nomination hearing, in which he said it was settled law,” Collins told reporters. She praised her session with Kavanaugh as “excellent.”

She knows what she is doing, and she is lying through her teeth, and she has been for years.

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