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SCOTUS: Voter ID OK in North Dakota, Hedi Heitkamp Sad

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Tuesday, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling that would clear the way for Voter ID in the upcoming November 2018 midterm races, effecting Senator Heidi Heitkamp.

“Justice Kavanaugh did not participate. Also, as I’ve noted before, justices do not need to state their votes in applications like this. As such, all that we know is that a majority voted against vacating the stay, and that 2 of the 8 justices participating noted their dissent,” reported Chris Geidner.

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“ND GOP wrote voter ID law after Heitkamp won her Senate election by 3,000 votes with strong Native support. Tribal IDs, which use PO Boxes for addresses, are not valid IDs under the law, “a specification that seems designed to disenfranchise Native voters,” said the Democrat party.

At issue are North Dakota voters who do not have residences or valid IDs to establish residency and legal status.

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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh Has Been Sworn In, Begins Work Immediately

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Saturday, Justice Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed and sworn in as the 114th US Supreme Court Justice, in Washington DC, providing President Donald J. Trump with an unprecedented victory streak with Conservative Judges and two Conservative Justices.

According to SCOTUS Blog,

“The Honorable Brett M. Kavanaugh will be sworn in as the 102nd Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on October 6, 2018. Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., will administer the Constitutional Oath and retired Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy will administer the Judicial Oath in a private ceremony later today in the Justices’ Conference Room at the Supreme Court. Both oaths will be administered so that he can begin to participate in the work of the Court immediately.

A formal investiture ceremony will take place at a special sitting of the Court in the Courtroom at a later date.”

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According to the AP, Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in at a private ceremony Saturday evening by Chief Justice John Roberts.

Begins work immediately.

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VIDEO: As The Kavanaugh Vote Went Out, Democrats Howled: The Screams Of The Damned Headed To Hell

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Saturday the Capitol area of Washington DC, ahead of the historic vote to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court,  was filled with violent, screaming, abusive communist protestors funded by taxpayer-funded organizing groups like Planned Parenthood, who bussed in mentally imbalanced protestors by the hundreds to assault and harass duly elected Senate representatives.

After a month of dysfunctional assaults by the Democrat party leaders in the Senate, Kamala Harris, Diane Feinstein, Corey Booker, the street activists took over, screaming at Senators in public, even hurling death threats at Senators if they dared vote to confirm Kavanaugh.

As the vote final was being taken Saturday, the howling, of about 200 people who had rushed the Capitol Steps, screamed in unison, with sounds like “banshees from the depths of Hell” to be literal.

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In the end, the left change nothing but our preceptions of their humanity and citizenry.

 

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Details On Kavanaugh Confirmation, Where To Watch, Timing For Saturday

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Saturday will be a historic vote for the Senate confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, after a month of violent fighting by the Democrats to deny the vote, it appears that Kavanaugh will be victorious.

What’s going on now: Senators – mostly Democrats, who have said they plan to use the 30 hours of debate granted by the cloture motion – have been delivering speeches to a nearly empty chamber since midday Friday. The speeches will likely continue through Saturday, up until the call for the vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination.

What time: The vote will come at the end of the 30-hour period that began on Friday at 10:52 a.m. EDT. The vote is expected to be taken sometime between 4:45 p.m. and 5 p.m. EDT.

What channel: Cable news networks and network channels will be broadcasting the Senate vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination. You can also watch the vote on C-SPAN 2.

Livestream: You can watch the Senate livestream by clicking here.

What has to happen for Kavanaugh to be confirmed: If no senator changes his or her cloture vote, then Kavanaugh will be confirmed by a vote of 51-49.

Sen. Steve Daines, R-Montana, will be attending his daughter’s wedding on Saturday in Montana, so, unless his vote is needed for the nomination to pass, he may not return to Washington to vote.

If no senator changes his or her cloture vote and Daines does not return to vote, the vote would likely be 50-49.

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