I fervently hope the reports of increased GOP enthusiasm for the midterms are accurate because there will be a lot on the line as we head to the polls next month.

Not only is their entire agenda an unworkable hodge-podge of prohibitively expensive “freebies,” but Democrats have made it abundantly clear that they will launch numerous investigations into President Trump with the hope of removing him from office.  Should he be confirmed to the United States Supreme Court later today, we can add Brett Kavanaugh to the list of promised investigations, as well.


The New York Times reports:

House Democrats will open an investigation into accusations of sexual misconduct and perjury against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh if they win control of the House in November, Representative Jerrold Nadler, the New York Democrat in line to be the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, said on Friday.

Speaking on the eve of Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote this weekend, Mr. Nadler said that there was evidence that Senate Republicans and the F.B.I. had overseen a “whitewash” investigation of the allegations and that the legitimacy of the Supreme Court was at stake. He sidestepped the issue of impeachment.

“It is not something we are eager to do,” Mr. Nadler said in an interview. “But the Senate having failed to do its proper constitutionally mandated job of advise and consent, we are going to have to do something to provide a check and balance, to protect the rule of law and to protect the legitimacy of one of our most important institutions.”

Mr. Nadler’s comments resembled those of Senate Democrats who pushed aggressively for an F.B.I. investigation into allegations by three women — Christine Blasey Ford, Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick — that Judge Kavanaugh had engaged in sexual assault or misconduct. Democrats said the resulting investigation fell far short of legitimacy. And they have questioned whether Judge Kavanaugh was truthful in his testimony about a number of issues, including his drinking habits, before the Judiciary Committee.

But unlike Democrats in the upper chamber, who are likely to remain in the minority after November’s elections, Mr. Nadler could soon have subpoena power and a chairman’s gavel, backed by a Democratic majority in the House.

He said that if Democrats took power, he would expect the committee to immediately subpoena records from the White House and the F.B.I. . . . .

In response to this, I can only echo (the new-and-vastly-improved) Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC): “Boy, ya’ll want power. I hope to God you never get it.”

Meanwhile, the unhinged left is fuming.

In addition to such threats against GOP Senators, they are turning their ire on Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).  And on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).