From the WashPo:
"GOP Sens. Flake and Collins express satisfaction with FBI report, increasing odds of Senate confirmation of Kavanaugh
John Wagner, Seung Min Kim 29 mins ago
BREAKING NEWS: GOP Sens. Flake and Collins express satisfaction with FBI report, increasing odds of Senate confirmation of Kavanaugh this weekend.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), who has not indicated how she would vote, said that “It appears to be a very thorough investigation but I’m going back later to personally read the interviews.”
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) told reporters, “We’ve seen no additional corroborating information.”
Collins, Flake and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) are the critical votes that could ensure Brett M. Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court."
With Collins and Flake, she won't be needed.
Democrats just might be paying big money for GOP senators to switch parties. Wouldn't suprise me one bit.
What matters is that the right thing is done, and that is to confirm this tremendously qualified and good man to the Supreme Court of the USA> NOW
That he is seated immediately.
That he is worth it.
Zero accountability and a lifetime pension with benefits...
I do believe Sasse will be a yes vote but he could be a wildcard. hopefully Senator McConnell and Graham can reign in these morons
I can't see his dislike for Trump as a person getting in the way of his vote for a Constitutionalist/Originalist nominee.
He will vote 'Aye.'
He's still an idiot leftist, and always will be an idiot leftist until he makes some HUGE efforts to publicly repent before everyone for his many years of inflicting harm upon the people of our nation.
And that move's very likely beyond the Snowflake's ability to do. His residual arrogance isn't likely to allow that to happen.
I can assure you that this will mean that she is "not needed" in Alaska any more either!
I wish you luck in sending her packing
Sorry Pete, but your state has always been kind of flaky. Too many potheads!
dont forget she lost the 2010 primary and was refused a shot as the libertarian candidate. She won reelection via write-in votes. Then in 2016 she won the primary on the Republican ticket but abandoned them and sought and received the libertarian spot. She then ran against and beat the Republican.
She might not be as secure as many believe