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Like Trump, Brett Kavanaugh would protect the rights of the wealthy and powerful over the rights of all – a fact verified by his prominence on Trump’s short list of potential nominees. #StopKavanaugh #WhatsAtStake

The 88K pages of Kavanaugh records released over the weekend? More than 40K were from Ginni Thomas (Justice Clarence Thomas' wife) promoting Heritage Foundation events. How, exactly, is this helping senators and the public better understand Kavanaugh's record? #WhatAreTheyHiding

BREAKING: Over the weekend, we filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for documents related to @realDonaldTrump's SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh. #SaveSCOTUS https://t.co/rH3KvJLzdM

#WhatsAtStake with this #SCOTUS nomination? Brett Kavanaugh is a threat to the right of women to make their own health care decisions and is a direct threat to the Affordable Care Act. He does not belong on the U.S. Supreme Court. #SaveSCOTUS #StopKavanaugh

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If Republicans truly have nothing to hide, they will #ReleaseTheRecords – ALL of them. Senators must put country over party and refuse to set different standards of transparency for Supreme Court nominees. #WhatAreTheyHiding

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Americans must understand where Kavanaugh stands on all critical issues - and releasing his White House records before scheduling any hearings is the only way we can. So why are some Senators refusing to #ReleaseTheRecords? #WhatAreTheyHiding?

Read this thread from @SenatorDurbin about the partisan Kavanaugh records production process. Then continue asking: #WhatAreTheyHiding?

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Kavanaugh’s ‘Predictable Decisions’

“Opposition by some liberal civil-rights groups similarly ignores Kavanaugh’s record. A letter led by the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, for example, says that he would “undermine many of our core rights and legal protections.” But in Ayissi-Etoh v. Fannie Mae (2013), Kavanaugh not only joined in allowing a discrimination claim by a …

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Republicans schedule Kavanaugh hearings, despite lack of documents

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said in a statement on Friday, “Republicans’ mad rush to hold this hearing after unilaterally deciding to block nearly all of Judge Kavanaugh’s records from public release is further evidence that they are hiding important information from the American people, and continues to raise the question, ‘What are they …

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Did Kavanaugh’s ‘one race’ assertion signal a vote against racial preferences?

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Get ready for this nightmare scenario involving Trump, Mueller and Kavanaugh

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Trump Supreme Court pick: Presidents can ignore laws they think are unconstitutional

“Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in 2013 asserted that it’s a “traditional exercise” of presidential power to ignore laws the White House views as unconstitutional, as he defended the controversial practice of signing statements prevalent in George W. Bush’s White House. The comments could put a renewed focus on Kavanaugh’s time serving as White House …

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