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I love Lindsay Graham.
The witty South Carolina senator, who’s usually more entertaining than most comedians, has been one of the highlights of the otherwise depressing televised Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Graham put it perfectly Thursday morning.
He said some people had been coming up to him and asking if the week’s ugly display of disruptions, rude moronic outbursts from the gallery and Democrat grandstanding had become a circus.
“I’m here to defend circuses,” Graham said, pointing out that it was safe for parents to take their kids to the circus but not to let them watch Senate confirmation hearings — as Judge Kavanaugh found out Tuesday when his daughters had to be taken out of the raucous chamber.
The Democratic circus’ acts included rookie Cory Booker of New Jersey pandering to his base with his clichéd leftist ravings.
Then on Thursday, Booker dramatically announced that he would deliberately break the Senate’s rules and release “confidential” documents that would risk his expulsion from the Senate.
Booker, who showed the whole country why he’s never going to be the second coming of Barrack Obama, was given several hours of glory by the Liberal Resistance Media even though they knew the “confidential” emails he exposed had already been cleared for release.
It’s been sad to watch what dumb things self-serving Senate Democrats like him are willing to do to discredit a highly qualified nominee like Kavanaugh.
Booker and my senator, Kamala Harris of California, were more interested in creating “tough guy” videos for their 2020 presidential runs than engaging in serious constitutional discussions.
The Democrats are acting like circus clowns, because they and their progressive allies in the liberal media are scared to death of Judge Kavanaugh.
He’s not their kind of guy. He’s someone who wants to strictly follow the Constitution, not evade it or misinterpret it or rewrite it.
I hope the American people see the Democrats for what they are — sore losers with no ideas and no plan.
They still want to impeach the president even though there is no impeachable offense.
Bob Woodward’s gossip book “Fear” was previewed last week, and the Trump haters went nuts. But most of it was old or fake news and there is nothing impeachable in it.
It’s the same deal for that anonymous op-ed from a Trump staffer that the New York Times ran on Wednesday. There’s nothing new or impeachable in it, despite the desperate excitement of CNN, the Washington Post and Joe Scarborough.
Every president’s administration has had people who don’t agree with his behavior or policies. A few of them will leak or snitch or lie to the media.
What we have today in Washington is that there are lots of anti-Trump people who can get printed anywhere. It doesn’t matter what the New York Times’ op-ed or Woodward’s book says, however, because there’s still nothing impeachable.
For those people who say they don’t like Trump personally, I get that.
Paying off two women to keep their silence about things that happened long before he was elected is not a good reflection on his personal morals. But it’s not an impeachable offense.
We know President Trump brings a lot of deserved criticism on himself. But again, I remind you: No one liked Ty Cobb and he’s in the Hall of Fame.
So let’s put this in perspective — which the liberal media rarely ever gives us. After less than two years of President Trump, the economy is booming. Unemployment is down. Taxes and regulations have been cut.
In the end, the president is doing everything he promised he’d do — including naming strict constitutionalists to the Supreme Court and other federal benches.
This week we’ve been watching Trump’s legacy being constructed. It’ll live on at the Supreme Court for decades, because, as a recent president said, “Elections have consequences.”
So while Booker and the other members of the Democrat circus cry and make clowns of themselves on national TV, let me be the first to congratulate Judge Kavanaugh on his appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Michael Reagan is the son of President Ronald Reagan, a political consultant and the author of “Lessons My Father Taught Me: The Strength, Integrity, and Faith of Ronald Reagan.” He is the founder of the email service reagan.com and president of The Reagan Legacy Foundation.