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Forgery, Bribery the Main Tools of Liberal Politicians: Confirmed by the “Kavanaugh Show”

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WASHINGTON, DC — October 10, 2018

The “Kavanaugh Show” is over. Kavanaugh took the oath and has become a full member of the Supreme Court. Liberals lost. The circus is closed. The actors got paid and went home. Christine Blasey Ford and other accusers have refused further legal proceedings, which once again confirms the thesis about the political background to this case and the invalidity of the fake allegations. They and their sponsors did not care about truth or justice, otherwise they would see it through to the end. They needed a scandal and its political consequences.

We learned a lot about Brett Kavanaugh last month, but we learned much more about American liberals. We know who pays them, who their mouthpieces are, who is ready to defend their interests at the cost of betrayal, forgery, and falsification of data. We saw that they are ready to do anything just to slow down the Trump train even just a little bit, to delay the hearing, to prolong the illusion of their power. They are ready to violate their own rules and disclose confidential information. They are ready to resort to dirty bureaucratic tricks, bringing out several thousand pages of documents one day before a hearing... They have nothing but disdain for the law. They are ready to resort to false accusations, direct slander, paid protests, bribes...

Yes, I have no doubt that this is a bribe. What else would you call the crowdfunding efforts directed against Maine's Republican senator, Susan Collins? It all has the look of disguised bribery.

First, dangling offers of money:

A crowdfunding website is trying to strong-arm Senator Susan Collins, the Republican from Maine, by giving more than $1 million to her 2020 opponent, unless she opposes Judge Kavanaugh. Donors are asked to make a financial pledge and then enter their credit-card information. As of Tuesday afternoon, 37,425 people had put down $1,041,878.

The fine print makes clear the quid pro quo: "Your card will only be charged if Senator Susan Collins votes for Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court." To avoid the money bomb, all Ms. Collins had to do was vote "no."

That cash, by the way, snowballed to $2.9 million at the latest reading — an intimidating prospect, indeed.

Money didn't work, and Collins called it what it was: bribery. The liberals will attempt to justify it as free speech, but it’s bribery. The federal law defines the crime of bribery as "corruptly" offering "anything of value" to a public official, including a member of Congress, with the intent to "influence any official act.

However, no one is outraged, there are no protests, there are no demands to find the organizers and bring them to justice. It turns out that democracy, in the opinion of the mainstream media, is the power of the Democrats and everything they do is correct?

There is also no scandal regarding the Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota who went against her own voters' sentiment, which supported Judge Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court by about 60%; she voted against the man in a bid to sink his confirmation, and suddenly found herself with a flood of campaign cash, courtesy of Senator Kamala Harris, who gave her a $400,000 payday.

Here's the news from NBC's Kasie Hunt, which was first spotted by Mike Allen at Axios:

Was that cash why she changed her vote from sympathetic to Kavanaugh to a "no"? One wonders if these were the arrangements made, because it sure was weird that she changed her vote, given that she was from a red state and likely to lose her seat, running as she was 9 points behind her Republican challenger, and would have politically benefited from casting a "yes." Was she really capable of raising $400,000? Did she know about the payday? Was it something she was offered? And did she need the payday that bad?

Oh, I heard her on 60 Minutes the other night, unpersuasively telling us she was voting her "conscience." The ace investigative reporters at that lefty show never thought to ask her about any of her political calculations — a they just gave her a soapbox to justify herself and didn't quite notice that little $400,000 being slipped into her coffers.

But who cares? The law does not apply to liberals — they're above it, as they have shown repeatedly.

Author: USA Really