Democrats have failed again to stop Kavanaugh. This time, it was pretty spectacular. Diane Feinstein came out with a letter yesterday that apparently she had been hiding since summer. The letter, written anonymously by someone who allegedly begged not to have her identity revealed (i.e. fakenews) supposedly accused Kavanaugh of some sort of sexual crime in high school. Kavanaugh attended Georgetown Prep, which is an all boys high school.
When Feinstein had no luck getting the phony letter introduced to the judiciary committee as evidence, she went the Bruce Ohr/Peter Strzok route and forwarded it to the FBI to be investigated. Of course, no investigation is planned. Feinstein has earned her own clown nose in the Kavanaugh hearings, along with Corey “Spartacus” Booker, and Kamala Harris with her “have you ever talked to anyone about anything” line of questioning. And here I was hoping Feinstein was trying to be the reasonable and sane voice of the left in the Judiciary Committee.
Feinstein tries and fails spectacularly with phony anti-Kavanaugh letter
Socialists boycotting Jews? Apparently there is nothing new under the sun. Florida Socialist and Democrat candidate for governor Andrew Gillum has aligned himself with anti-Semitic groups who have called for boycotting Israel. Gillum has happily accepted endorsements from racist groups like Dream Defenders who are part of the BDS movement to harm Jewish people economically through boycotts. This isn’t the first time this approach has been tried in history.
Gillum in bed with groups that advocate boycotting Jewish businesses
Despite tax cuts, tax revenues continue to increase at record rates. The government has collected over $1.5 trillion through August. This beat out the previous record set last year. While the deficit continues to run high and Congress continues to avoid spending cuts, it shows that tax cuts do increase revenues when it results in economic recovery. This has been proven now several times. If Congress could get their act together and cut spending (rather than double it along with taxes), we could have a balanced budget some day.