A Democrat’s career is over because of one tweet about Brett Kavanaugh
The Senate voted to advance Brett Kavanuagh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
Everyone wondered how it would affect the 2018 midterms.
The answer became clearer when one Democrat’s career ended because of one tweet about Brett Kavanaugh.
West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin announced he would vote for Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
He only did so after Republicans secured the 50 votes necessary to break a Democrat filibuster.
It was a typical empty gesture by Manchin.
Manchin – who claims to be pro-gun but sponsored legislation creating Barack Obama’s national gun registration database scheme – is a two-faced politician.
Voters learned not to trust him.
That’s why he is in a dog fight with West Virginia Attorney General Pat Morrisey.
Donald Trump Jr. called Manchin out for his phony vote on Kavanaugh.
It was a devastating tweet that made it clear the people of West Virginia needed to vote out Manchin.
A real profile in courage from Lyin’ liberal @JoeManchinWV. Waited until Kavanugh had enough votes secured before he announced his support. I bet he had another press release ready to go if Collins went the other way.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) October 5, 2018