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The Washington Post editorial board called for the U.S. Senate to vote against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, a move it has not made since 1987.
“Enough has been learned about his partisan instincts that we believe senators must vote ‘no,'” The Post editorial board wrote in a new piece published Thursday night.
“We do not say so lightly. We have not opposed a Supreme Court nominee, liberal or conservative, since Robert H. Bork in 1987.”
The editorial board went on to state its issues with Kavanaugh as a nominee, adding that one element of the saga over his potential confirmation has been forgotten among the sexual misconduct allegations he faces.
The article goes on to state the following:
“The reason not to vote for Mr. Kavanaugh is that senators have not been given sufficient information to consider him — and that he has given them ample evidence to believe he is unsuited for the job,” the board concludes. “The country deserves better.”
For the first time since 1987, The Washington Post’s Editorial Board is telling senators to vote “no” on a Supreme Court nominee. https://t.co/hwllF7kSZV
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 4, 2018
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