Brett Kavanaugh

Democrat Doug Jones Faces Flak for Kavanaugh Stance
Alabama senator not yet decided on Supreme Court nominee

Sen. Doug Jones, D-Ala., has faced heckling for his stance on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Democratic Sen. Doug Jones took flak from constituents Monday for withholding judgement on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

“You have enough information,” a constituent said to the junior Alabama senator at a town hall meeting. “We love you. But you will vote no. And you have enough information to vote no.”

Singing Their Support for High Court Nominee Kavanaugh
 

‘Kavanautical Miles,’ the Chuck E. Cheese Model and TMZ: Congressional Hits and Misses
Week of July 30, 2018

While the House ditched Washington for their August recess last week, the Senate stuck around the Capitol debating the scourge of almond milk, gifting personalized Coke bottles and discussing how many “Kavanautical miles” Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s requested documentation would stretch over the Earth.

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Texts, Baseball Bombshells and Snapper Fish: Congressional Hits and Misses
Week of July 9, 2017

It was a busy couple of days on Capitol Hill this week, with the blitz to get to know Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in full swing, plus a House hearing on the 2016 texts of embattled FBI agent Peter Strzok and Speaker Paul D. Ryan talking about his car getting eaten by woodchucks.

Why Former Sen. Jon Kyl Got Tapped to Guide Brett Kavanaugh
Supreme Court nominees need an experienced ‘sherpa’ to navigate the Senate’s unique ways

White House Counsel Don McGahn, right, and former Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., arrive at the Capitol on Tuesday as they escort Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Vice President Mike Pence to meetings with senators. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

He spent 18 years as a senator on the Judiciary Committee, the last six as the Republican whip and No. 2 in leadership. Now his lobbying clients include a group already spending millions to push the federal courts hard right. His big gig on the side is rooting out perceived liberal bias on social media.

If Jon Kyl does not have the ideal background for successfully shepherding a Supreme Court nominee through this Senate, perhaps no one does.

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McConnell Welcomes Kavanaugh Nomination Process