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Brett Kavanaugh is committed to gutting and overturning Roe v. Wade and believes the Affordable Care Act should have been declared unconstitutional. He has made it perfectly clear that he believes the president is above the law. And if he is confirmed, his opinions will roll back the civil and human rights of hundreds of millions of Americans for generations to come.
Our civil and human rights hang in the balance with this Supreme Court nomination.
I stand with millions of Americans who will not allow President Trump to rewrite the Constitution or takeover the Supreme Court.
We must not allow the Supreme Court to roll back a century of progress on civil and human rights.
We, the undersigned, demand that the Senate reject Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court. We demand that the Senate only confirm a nominee who will protect civil and human rights for all, and one who will make legal judgments that create a more just America.
There’s too much at stake.
I join others in demanding that my Senators use every tool at their disposal to stop Trump from taking over the Supreme Court.
There is a groundswell of opposition to Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination across the nation. During his hearing, many people spoke out. The people realize their fundamental civil and human rights are at stake. Whether you care about access to healthcare, reproductive rights, voting rights, immigrant justice, LGBTQ rights, criminal justice reform, the environment, rights of working families, education, or disability rights, the fate of them all hang in the balance.
We cannot let President Trump rewrite the Constitution and roll back a century of progress on civil and human rights. This is not a hypothetical threat; it is real and the Senate must defend us.
This is a battle for the soul of our nation. The stakes of the Supreme Court vacancy are enormously high for the future of civil and human rights. The energy seen reflects how the people feel: all senators must fulfill their duty of representing the people they serve and reject the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.