Democrats fired their last shot to force Brett Kavanaugh’s removal from the Supreme Court.
The judges in charge of the case finally handed down their decision.
And Brett Kavanaugh got head-turning news about being thrown off the Supreme Court.
After Senate Republicans confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, liberal activists filed 83 ethics complaints against Justice Kavanaugh.
These complaints stemmed from Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings where Democrat Party activists threw the kitchen sink at Kavanaugh in hopes they could derail his confirmation.
But the claims that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted women in college and high school proved to be fake news, lies, and hoaxes.
So Senate Republicans installed Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court.
That’s when liberal rage mobs fired scores of ethics complaints about Kavanaugh supposedly lying under oath about his teenage drinking and other trivial matters with the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals – where Kavanaugh served before his Supreme Court confirmation.
Last December, the chief justice of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed the complaints.
But the anti-Kavanaugh forces would not take no for an answer.
So they appealed the decision.
Finally, the Committee on Judicial Conduct and Disability of the Judicial Conference of the United States issued their final ruling.
And what the committee finally decided was good news for Justice Kavanaugh and all of his supporters.
The committee dismissed all 83 complaints once-and-for-all on the basis that they had no authority over Supreme Court Justices.
“We conclude, as did the Tenth Circuit Judicial Council, that our Committee, judicial councils, and chief circuit judges all lack statutory authority to review the merits of complaints against an individual no longer covered under the Act. As a Supreme Court Justice, Justice Kavanaugh is not a judge subject to the Act,” the decision stated.
“In addition to the Act’s plain text, its history shows that Congress has not authorized review of complaints against Justices of the Supreme Court. Congress considered the possibility 6 of including in the Act authority to review complaints against Supreme Court Justices, but unambiguously rejected that idea. See 125 Cong. Rec. 30,051, 30,094 (1979). Among the reasons cited by Congress for declining to extend the Act to Supreme Court Justices is that the position of Supreme Court Justice is created by the Constitution rather than statute,” the Committee on Judicial Conduct and Disability’s decision continued.
Unless Democrats move to impeach Justice Kavanaugh – and the probability of success on that is as low as impeaching President Trump – then this finally spells the end of the left’s smear campaign to derail Brett Kavanaugh’s judicial career.
Democrats will finally have to accept the reality that Brett Kavanaugh is a Supreme Court Justice and there is nothing they can do about it.
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