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McConnell: Amy Coney Barrett Has the Votes, Full Senate Vote to Take Place by Halloween

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Mitch McConnell said Thursday that Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has enough votes to be confirmed by the Senate.

Today represented the final day of hearings held by the Senate Judiciary Committee. The Republican-led committee has set Thursday, October 22 as the date to send Judge Barrett’s nomination to the entire Senate for a confirmation vote. The next day, Friday, October 23, will see her nomination brought to the floor, with the vote expected to occur before the end of the month and thus before Election Day.

Judge Barrett’s hearings have been particularly mute compared to the absolute clown show that was the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. No sane person can dispute her intelligence, her character, and her fitness to be a Supreme Court justice. The only hang-ups are from Democrats who think she’ll wreck their precious Roe v. Wade and Obamacare, as well as from the odd “conservative” or two who thinks it’s best to “wait until after the election.”

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But no matter. Barrett has the votes and she will be sitting on the Supreme Court bench very soon.

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Trump Advisor Stephen Miller Touts Administration’s ‘Towering Legacy of Achievement’ That Will ‘Endure for Generations to Come’ in Farewell Note

Miller is a class act.

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White House senior advisor Stephen Miller touted President Donald Trump’s “towering legacy of achievement” that he believes will “endure for generations to come” in a farewell note as the Trump administration comes to an end today.

Miller is refusing to budge even at a time when many of the President’s former allies in the Republican Party are throwing Trump under the bus. Miller remains a stalwart defender of Trump’s “America First” agenda that he helped to engineer working in the administration.

“As we conclude our four years together in this hallowed home, I join you in taking immense pride and profound satisfaction in all that we achieved for our country. Serving President Trump has been the honor and privilege of a lifetime,” Miller wrote.

“Every day, our fearless 45th president battled tirelessly to protect our citizens, preserve our heritage, defend our sovereignty, and deliver for the loyal, law-abiding, hardworking men and women of our country. His towering legacy of achievement will endure for generations to come – its impact only building and growing with each passing year,” he added.

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Miller made it clear in his note to Trump supporters that the best is yet to come for the America First movement.

“The issues and principles we have been fighting for remain firmly center stage. I have no doubt we will very soon be fighting side-by-side together once more,” he wrote.

The full letter can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on the flak Miller has received for being one of the few administration officials to push Trump in a nationalist direction:

25 Jewish Congressmen representing the Democrat Party issued a letter to the White house on Friday calling for President Donald Trump to fire Stephen Miller, a Jewish man, over false claims of white supremacy.

Reps. Bradley Schneider (IL), Adam Schiff (CA), Debbie Wassermann-Schultz (FL), Jerrold Nadler (NY), Elissa Slotkin (MI), Max Rose (NY), Nita Lowey (NY), Eliot Engel (NY), Kim Schrier (WA), Jan Schakowsky (IL), Susan Wild (PA), David Cicilline (RI), Susan Davis (CA), Alan Lowenthal (CA), Jamie Raskin (MD), Mike Levin (CA), Lois Frankel (FL), Steve Cohen (TN), Elaine Luria (VA), Ted Deutch (FL), John Yarmuth (KY), Andy Levin (MI), Dean Phillips (MN), Josh Gottheimer (NJ), and Brad Sherman (CA) signed the letter demanding the dismissal of Miller.

“As Jewish members of Congress, we are calling on you to immediately relieve White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller of all government responsibilities and dismiss him from your Administration,” they wrote.

“His documented support for white nationalist and virulently anti-immigrant tropes is wholly unacceptable and disqualifying for a government employee,” they added.

The smear was started by the discredited anti-American organization, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). They obtained emails from failed journalist Katie McHugh, who is now on the globalist payroll as a snitch after being unable to keep a job at conservative media outlets due to lack of competence and work ethic.

Miller will be remembered as one of the few men in Trump’s administration who did not become part of the swamp. He will remain an influential figure in the populist America First movement for years to come.

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