BREAKING: Moderate GOP Senator & Democrat Senator to Vote ‘Yes’ On Kavanaugh

After Thursday’s wild hearing before the Senate, it appears Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has seen enough.

The Senate is now moving forward with a floor vote on Brett Kavanugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court on Saturday.

Here are all the details, thus far…

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Moderate GOP Senator Bob Corker (TN), who is set to retire after this term and is known for going toe-to-toe with President Trump, is a “Yes” on Kavanaugh.

From Daily Wire:

Following the intensely emotional testimonies from Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh over 35-year-old allegations of sexual assault before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) announced that he plans to vote “Yes” on President Trump’s nominee to United States Supreme Court should it come to the Senate floor.

In a respectful statement, Corker, long considered a swing vote on Kavanaugh, said that after taking Dr. Ford’s allegations seriously and weighing them against the facts, he has ultimately concluded that Kavanaugh deserves “the presumption of innocence.”

As is blue dog West Virginian Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin:

What’s crazy is there’s still doubt as to whether the GOP has enough votes.

Arizona RINO Jeff Flake is still undecided:

Stay tuned for more, as this story is far from over – no matter how bad Republicans wish it so.

H/T: Right Scoop

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