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    Quote Originally Posted by time4fun View Post
    Murkowski just said she's with Flake. Collins and Manchin will undoubtedly do the same, and McConnell won't have any choice in the matter. He can't bring it for a floor vote now- it won't pass.

    Now let's just hope that the investigations are actually thorough. If they won't issue subpoenas, it's hard to see how they get the info they need. But, if nothing else, this helps remove the stain that was about to sully the Senate, Kavanaugh, and SCOTUS.

    Candidly, Flake may also have saved the GOP from a blue tsunami.
    I thought the blue wave was inevitable? What happened?
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    Collins is with Flake and Murkowski- as expected.

    Note though that this week delay also just gave Murkowski, Manchin, and Collins cover to vote for Kavanaugh at the end of the week that they didn't have before.

    There's a small chance that Flake actually saved Kavanaugh's nomination.

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    I don’t know who’s house it happened at or even what year it happened. I don’t know if I got there before everyone else or after. I don’t know how I got there or how I got home over 8 miles away (at the age of 15).

    My life time friend doesn’t remember any of this ( and the other 3 people I said were there testified under oath they don’t know anything about this).

    I have a fear of flying , but have no problem jet-setting all over the world while on vacation. I’ve been on airplanes more in the past two months than most people in a year, but my fear is completely legit.

    I don’t know who paid for my hotel and polygraph test( the afternoon of my grandmothers funeral, or maybe it was the next day, who knows). And guess what? I flew there. Oh and that polygraph, it was only two questions, neither of which were about Kavanaugh. But hey, I passed so that’s all that matters. And my PhD in psychology definitely, in no way, helped me with it or my testimony today.

    My friends on the beach encouraged me to continue contacting the media with my story (because we were running out of time). I can’t name them, so we’ll just call them beach friends. Yet while giving such great advice, none were willing to be character witnesses. Meanwhile, Judge Kavanaugh had hundreds of character witnesses step up in a matter of days.

    My lawyers, out of the kindness of their hearts, are helping me for FREE yet I have a “needed” gofundme page that currently is sitting at $473,622. I’m so desperately in need of help there’s even a second gofundme with $209,987. I promise though I’m not getting anything out of my testimony, that money is just going to cover my expenses.

    I’m super smart. I have a PhD and I teach graduate students. I know lots of big words, but it should be totally believable that I don’t understand basic questions.

    I was the only person in the United States that didn’t know Congress agreed to come to me instead of me going to DC. They really do care about my flying phobia after all.
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    Sounds pretty accurate.
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    Manchin threw his hat in with Flake, Collins, and Murkowski.

    The investigation will go forward

    It's not likely to change the outcome of the nomination, but it turns a giant middle finger to justice into a more moderately-sized middle finger to justice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by time4fun View Post
    Manchin threw his hat in with Flake, Collins, and Murkowski.

    The investigation will go forward

    It's not likely to change the outcome of the nomination, but it turns a giant middle finger to justice into a more moderately-sized middle finger to justice.
    Why, because you already know the investigation will turn up nothing, but in your eyes Kavanaugh is guilty no matter what because OMG I HATE TRUMP SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!!!!!11 ?

    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by time4fun View Post
    Manchin threw his hat in with Flake, Collins, and Murkowski.

    The investigation will go forward

    It's not likely to change the outcome of the nomination, but it turns a giant middle finger to justice into a more moderately-sized middle finger to justice.
    Republicans should have requested the FBI investigation *before* the testimonies. Duh. Some Republican strategist needs a new job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candor View Post
    Republicans should have requested the FBI investigation *before* the testimonies. Duh. Some Republican strategist needs a new job.
    Agreed. This should have been treated the same way they have treated every other situation where new, potentially disqualifying, information has come to light about a candidate. Making an exception at all was a terrible idea- making it for three sexual assault allegations was unconscionable.

    Moving forward, themost obvious risk for Kavanaugh is that the report highlights all of the lies he told during his testimony. If they interview him for this (and I genuinely have no idea if they would or not in this instance), that will potentially put him in a *really* tough spot.

    But they could also opt to use kid gloves on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by time4fun View Post
    Agreed. This should have been treated the same way they have treated every other situation where new, potentially disqualifying, information has come to light about a candidate. Making an exception at all was a terrible idea- making it for three sexual assault allegations was unconscionable.

    Moving forward, themost obvious risk for Kavanaugh is that the report highlights all of the lies he told during his testimony. If they interview him for this (and I genuinely have no idea if they would or not in this instance), that will potentially put him in a *really* tough spot.

    But they could also opt to use kid gloves on this.
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    Trump has called for the FBI to do a supplemental investigation.

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