Controversial Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In

Posted October 18, 2018

Had the Supreme Court sided with public opinion instead of the Constitution, Roberts said, it would not have struck down school segregation, stopped President Harry Truman from taking over the steel industry during the Korean War or told school children they didn't have to salute the American flag. The shooting, which Kremer called an "attempted assassination of a congressman", left five Republican members of Congress injured, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La.

The split over further investigation closely mirrors Americans' overall support for the Senate's decision to confirm him.

But first, Roberts took a few minutes to address the October 6 confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh and concerns that Kavanaugh's politically charged Senate hearings threatens the legitimacy of the nation's highest court.

"You know you have a lot of people running".

In another tweet, tagging Kremer, the user wrote, "sweetheart, witches aren't real, they don't exist".

A coven of modern day witches will hold a public ceremony to put a hex on Brett Kavanaugh using effigies, coffin nails, graveyard dirt and more.

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As of early Monday morning, 1,300 people have indicated they are attending the already sold-out event, which will take place at Catland, an occult bookstore described as "Brooklyn's premier metaphysical boutique and event space".

There'll be photos and effigies of Kavanaugh, along with dirt from a graveyard and nails from a coffin, Bracciale said.

"How did you get home?".

US President Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up as he walks to Marine One prior to departure from the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, February 16, 2018.

Ford has said she's not advocating for impeachment, should Kavanaugh be confirmed.

Organizer Dakota Bracciale told USA Today that the event is meant to make Kavanaugh suffer.

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But beyond the malevolence associated with hexes, Bracciale told HuffPost the event is meant to be cathartic.

Trump told the rally that a vote for Barr "could make the difference between unbelievable continued success" or failure, and pleaded with his supporters to vote on November 6 to send more Republicans to Congress.

"In this final stretch, it is imperative that we remain positively focused on communicating our powerful message", Pelosi told them.

Organizers say half of the event proceeds will be donated to charity with 25% to the Ali Forney Center and 25% to Planned Parenthood.

The bookstore where the ritual is to be held also reportedly hosted "a few ritual hexes to hex Trump at the beginning of his presidency", the newspaper adds.

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