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>> The ayes are 50.>> The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court taking mid-term election campaigning up a notch this week.>> We have been energized.>> With both Republicans and Democrats looking to harness the anger,
and fear.>> They have encouraged mob rule>> Following last week's Supreme Court Showdown. Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Senate on Saturday and Democrats hope discontent with his appointment will linger through November>> It is not a time to give up>> Let's use this week. To give us all of that extra energy that we know we have to remember that the bottom line is that they may have the power right now, but we need to take it back.
>> Meanwhile Republican see the Kavanaugh firestorm as galvanizing conservatives who have been looking for a reason to come out and vote in November's elections.>> Ironically the behavior at first Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee and then the overreach of the protesters at the Capitol have actually energized the Republican base.
Particularly the red states where we're trying to pick up seats out across America.>> Even though he was already sworn in, a swearing in ceremony is set for 7 PM on Monday at the White House, prolonging a victory lap for the Republicans.>> Tremendous victory