I cannot guarantee it, sign it in blood or put my name on a sworn document, but this might be my final blog post … on the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation conflict.
The man is now on the U.S. Supreme Court. He will take his oath of office yet again in a prime-time TV event at the White House. The president will be there, no doubt to crow about the victory he and his fellow Republicans scored in securing Kavanaugh’s confirmation by the U.S. Senate.
The road to confirmation was rocky in the extreme. You know how I feel about, so I won’t belabor the point.
I guess this is my way of saying that because I was a bit late in concluding Kavanaugh didn’t belong on the court I won’t keep fighting a battle that’s been lost.
The other side won. I’ll leave the on-going fight to others.
I do intend to watch Justice Kavanaugh’s record on high court ruling and plan to comment on those rulings as they develop.
The fight for the rights of sexual assault and sexual abuse victims overall, of course, is worth continuing. I’ll keep my head in that fight, too, as it goes on.
However, my commentary on whether Brett Kavanaugh is fit for service on the high court has come to an end.
More than likely.
Oh, as for the man who nominated Justice Kavanaugh to that post — the president of the United States? I intend fully to stay engaged in that discussion over his fitness — or lack thereof — for the job he occupies.