Yale Law Professors Are Right. Brett Kavanaugh Is Unfit For High Court

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Author(s) The Hartford Courant editorial board
Source The Hartford Courant
Date October 5, 2018
URL https://www.courant.com/opinion/editorials/hc-ed-brett-kavanaugh-cleared-fbi-but-failed-temperament-test-20181004-story.html
Quotes-start.png At the hearing, Mr. Kavanaugh lashed out with a theory that the sexual misconduct allegations were driven by “revenge on behalf of the Clintons and millions of dollars in money from outside left-wing opposition groups.” That is bizarre. But what is chilling is the threat that followed: “What goes around comes around.” It sounded as if he was promising retaliation of his own in the future. How can such a man act as an impartial justice? How can he leave retribution (and paranoia) out of his decisions on the court? Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Kavanaugh should be confirmed on the topic Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination.