If the GOP is to even have a chance of defeating Biden’s wildly radical Supreme Court nominee, something that should be a chief priority for the GOP if it’s to protect its conservative base, then it needs to stick together to fight back and keep her from getting confirmed.
In fact, not only does the GOP have to vote as a bloc, but it would have to pull a Democrat over to its side to keep Kentanji Jackson the radical judge out of the hallowed halls of the Supreme Court.
So, of course, the most RINO Republican in the Senate has jumped ship and sided with the Democrats on this one: that would be Sen. Susan Collins of Maine.
She announced as much in a statement, saying:
“After reviewing Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s extensive record, watching much of her hearing testimony, and meeting with her twice in person, I have concluded that she possesses the experience, qualifications, and integrity to serve as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court. I will, therefore, vote to confirm her to this position.” Read more