The National Rifle Association (NRA) has released a new, hard-hitting ad supporting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. In it, the NRA’s new president Lt. Col. Oliver North (ret.) pulls no punches in defense of the Supreme Court nominee. In fact, North goes after certain U.S. Senators in particular, pointing out their shameful hypocrisy, lies and character assassination of a good man who’d undergone six previous FBI background checks.
“I didn’t hold dying Marines in my arms, defending freedom, so corrupt politicians could disgrace their heroic sacrifice. We the people denounce their character assassination, their hypocrisy, their lies and we proudly stand with Brett Kavanaugh,” North says in the video.
In particular, North hits Senator Richard “Stolen Valor” Blumenthal (D-CT). North says Blumenthal, who lied about his military service, has viciously attacked “a humble public servant” in Kavanaugh.
The retired Marine also attacked Senator Cory “Spartacus” Booker (D-NJ) for smearing a man who volunteers to help the homeless as a racist.
Additionally, the NRA’s new leader named Senator Diane “Mr. & Mrs. America: Turn them all in” Feinstein for holding and then leaking an unsubstantiated accusation against the nominee.
North pulls no punches against the Democrat party, either. He notes how Dems in the past hailed now-deceased Senator Ted Kennedy who killed a woman at Chappaquiddick as the “lion of the Senate.” “And now they smear Brett Kavanaugh as a threat to women,” North said.
Meanwhile, Americans have watched clownish antics of Democrats in their effort to derail the Republican President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. And according to a new Pew Research Center survey, Americans now view Supreme Court nominations as the nation’s most important issue.
Americans have apparently taken sides in the heated fight over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and are ready to reward — or punish — their representatives for their vote.
The latest Pew Research Center survey found that the Supreme Court has pushed aside the economy and healthcare as the number one issue on the minds of voters, a critical first-time shift just days from a Senate vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation and a little over a month before the congressional midterm elections.
“Large majorities of voters in both parties view Supreme Court appointments as a ‘very important’ voting issue,” said Pew.
For gun owners, this appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court stands as a very big deal. Time will tell if Republicans in the U.S. Senate have the spine to put and end to grandstanding by the likes of Harris, Booker and Feinstein and the naked political obstructionism of radical Democrats using unsubstantiated allegations from decades ago.
What’s more, the Senate Judiciary committee and the media frenzy surrounding the confirmation process show why elections matter so much. Even the mainstream media is starting to see the risk this circus poses to Democrats in November. If only for the sake of gun rights, let’s hope so.