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To anyone who’s grown bored of my barrage of unhinged conspiracy theory-related tweets about McConnell-Chao-Anschutz-Gorsuch-Kavanaugh connections: I’m sorry, and I can’t blame you for being bored.

I believe, though, that if Kavanaugh’s appointed, it’s game over for America.
With a Supreme Court stacked against everything good for 99% of Americans, the sky’s the limit for fascist takeovers of every federal department, and for a Federalist Society rewrite of all policy.

“Vote!”—absolutely! But what if our votes are voided by a stacked court?
Write/call your Senators; write letters to editors; do whatever you can to stop Kavanaugh’s appointment.

That Kavanaugh’s backers are doing everything they can to bury his records from the Senate’s and from the public’s eyes is a huge red flag.


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Okay—that’s over, and its conclusion is exactly what we expected.

Voting is obviously the most important thing we can do at this point. Apart from that, what can we do?

This is what I’m going to do:

I’m going to dig into the FEC database and look into the big money donors—say, $25,000 and higher—for each and every sitting Republican Senator.

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Fun fact: Thirteen years ago I stood in the Illini Union, not far from the site of today’s speech, to hear freshman Senator Barack Obama speak while Senator Durbin fielded questions from those in the small crowd. It was obvious then that Obama was meant for bigger things.
I felt like Durbin and Obama were my Senators, looking out for my interests. Although I live in North Carolina now, I still feel that Durbin has my back.

When Thom Tillis visited my workplace early on in his first year in the Senate, I didn’t even get up from my desk.
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Can someone please ask @SecElaineChao, @SenateMajLdr, @LamarAlexander, and @JohnCornyn why FedSoc advisor/Heritage distinguished fellow Chao met with Gorsuch for dinner in January?
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