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Reader Opinion: Kavanaugh hearing

Anyone who possibly can should watch the Kavanaugh hearing on Thursday, especially if you missed the show put on by out-of-control Democrats in the first hearing, it was amusing for several minutes until I realized these people really are real. T...

Anyone who possibly can should watch the Kavanaugh hearing on Thursday, especially if you missed the show put on by out-of-control Democrats in the first hearing, it was amusing for several minutes until I realized these people really are real. They make our laws.

Before the hearing all the Democrats said they would never vote for Kavanaugh or any Trump nominee.

The women Democrats did the most interrupting and screaming led by Amy klobuchar, Dianne Feinstein, Harris of California and Hirono who has since said all men are guilty and should shut up.

Judge Kavanaugh received zero respect from the Democrats and both Dr. Ford and the judge deserve respect, regardless of the members party affiliation.

This was before the Ford assault was aired although Feinstein had had the letter for 6-plus weeks. The letter was not brought to the hearing. Feinstein still this date refuses to show the letter to the chairman.

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You will likely come to the conclusion that I did, that none of the out of control people are fit to hold any office.

Watch and judge for yourself. With the rude interruptions and screaming it was hard to follow. I trust Chairman Grassley will be able to control the Democrats this week.

Carol Shields

Aitkin

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