NRA Applauds Senate Confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court

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The National Rifle Association is very pleased with the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve as an associate justice on the United States Supreme Court.

“On behalf of our nearly six million members, the NRA congratulates Brett Kavanaugh on his confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court,” said Chris W. Cox, executive director, National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA). “Kavanaugh is an eminently qualified jurist who will interpret the Constitution as the framers intended. He respects our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms for self-defense.”

In the 2016 elections, voters made clear that the Supreme Court was an issue of critical importance. President Donald Trump has once again delivered on his promise of appointing constitutionally sound justices to our nation’s highest court.

“The NRA would like to thank President Trump for fulfilling his campaign promise to nominate pro-Second Amendment justices to the Supreme Court. The selections of Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh demonstrate President Trump’s unwavering support for our fundamental right to self-defense,” Cox continued.

The U.S. Senate confirmed Kavanaugh by a 50 to 48 vote. The NRA applauds all senators who voted in favor of Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation and would especially like to thank Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) for their leadership in this effort.

16 thoughts on “NRA Applauds Senate Confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court”

  1. Over 3 million more votes were cast for someone other than TRUMP. This guy ,KAVANAUGH, fits the mold . A liar and a con man.

    1. Stop watching and reading ALL MSM (Main Stream Media), you will NEVER find any truth there. Research and think for yourself, you have been lied to for years and years, lies, upon lies, upon lies. Ask yourself, why do they all use the identical talking points every day, is that normal? Think about it logically, your eyes will open. You are being lied too and used! Wake up, walk away! Many, many already have!

    2. Sounds to me like you need to take a remedial course in how Presidential elections work. It has nothing to do with the popular vote, but with electoral votes. The Founding Fathers, in their wisdom, made this a part of our U.S. Constitution. If you don’t like our Constitution, then change it. Until then,,,deal with it.

      1. Edward , the article states ” the voters made clear”. My point is that the voters did make make clear what the Electoral College changed. The bias in the system for electing the President has outlived it’s usefulness, giving smaller constituencies a bigger voice. In recent history two presidents were elected that lost the popular vote. This has to change. Presidents that do not carry the popular vote carry a lot more baggage ( problems ) than those that are popularly elected.As you know electors are chosen based on the number of Senators and Representative in the Congress rather than the number of registered or voting citizens. This gives the smaller states up to three times the voting power than the larger states.

      2. The Electoral College was designed by Great men who wanted rural farmers to have an EQUAL voice in electing their Representatives.. Otherwise the heavily populated city areas would always over rule the rest of the country.. Men much smarter than you James , came up with this Electoral College system..! Thank God.. Anyway Rural America FEEDS the rest of the city slickers that whine when they don’t get their way..Snowflake sound familiar..

      3. HI deadeye; The Electoral College only comes into play in Presidential elections. The Senate and the House members are elected in each state by POPULAR acclaim.

      4. You are right DEADEYE A 10. THe few do feed the many , however, without the many those few would have to find something else to do. Looks like we need each other.

    3. How about some corroborating facts and to back up those claims? How about you quit pouting that Trump won and try to make the best of the term like Republicans did with Obama? Better yet, why don’t you keep on doing the same thing and turn all the moderate voters to the Republican side? Nobody likes a poor loser!

      1. Tim; A few facts to consider.In order to match California’s 55 Electoral votes it requires all of the states with 3, 4 and two of the states with 5 votes. 15 states . The total population of these 15 states is approximately 18.3 million versus Californian’ s 37.3 million. Doesn’t sound much like one man ,one vote to me. Very undemocratic and very un american.

    4. But, the extra votes for Hillary-Bush Open Borders Cabal all came from the Big US cities that harbor illegals and other semi-literate minorities. Thankfully, there is the Electoral College

    5. Hey jackass, if you bothered to study our Constitution we are a representative republic not a true democracy, that is why we have an electoral college that ensures that a majority of the people in the majority of the states elects our president! Otherwise, only the cities would be represented by the President.

  2. Show me a democrat that isn’t a low life,twofaced,hipocritical,lying,snake in the grass crybaby and I’ll show you a true freak of nature!

    1. Josey Wales..You are completely right in your assessment of the democrats..Apparently James has never attended an Appleseed Project and learned any TRUE American history..Sometimes I think the purpose of the First Amendment is to allow the SHEEP to showcase their ignorance..Nice to know who they are so we can keep our distance..

  3. James the two state senators from each state used to be chosen by each state’s respective government representatives..They amended the Constitution to change the selection of senators and made it a popularity contest..This made the Senate much less responsive to the WILL of those being governed in their individual states..We have seen how this change of our forefathers great design has turned our republic into a mess with senators voting for their own self-interests..Question is.. Why did you skip so many of your U.S. History classes..?

  4. Deadeye A10 , You are confusing me . You say the Senators are now elected by the voters in each state and that makes them LESS responsive to the WILL of the voters. It seems to me that having to stand for an election every six years would make them more responsive to the people that vote for them not less.

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