Cavanaugh, Blasi Ford, Susan Collins discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show


He's an outstanding person, and frankly, show to see what's going on is is just very, very sad. You say, why didn't somebody call the FBI thirty six years ago? I mean, you could also say, when did this all happen? What's going on to take a man like this and besmirch. That would that being said, let her have her say, and let's see how it all works out, but I don't think you can delay it any longer. They've delayed it a week already and you very, you've been very accommodating. Oh. Kidding. Say what she has to say at, let's see how it all comes out, but they've delayed it a week and they have to get on with it. So did you notice he was trying to not bad mouth? The victim too much will all that ended this morning when Trump finally broke his relative calm about Christine, Blasi Ford and tweet it out his most pointed criticism of her yet I at eight fifty six. This morning. He tweeted church brick, Kevin. Ah, is a fine man with an impeccable reputation who is under assault by radical left wing politicians who don't want to know the answers. They just want to destroy delay. Facts, don't matter. I go through this with them every single day in DC, then fifteen minutes later at nine fourteen, he tweeted, I have no doubt that if the attack on Dr Ford was as bad as she says charges would have been immediately filed with log law enforcement authorities by either having her or her loving parents. I asked that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn date time in place. There were two more tweets about four. The came in at nine twenty nine and eleven twenty nine trust be taking extra long executive time today. And so it begins, of course Trump couldn't make it through last night's rally in Vegas without demeaning the press. We have midterms coming up. And remember when we had that great. Great election, almost two years already. And you remember the tears from the fake news media, what it was obvious that we were going to win. And you know what? There's still crying look at them. There's still cry. And he's still such an ounce whole still crying and you're still announced home. They don't know what the hell happened, but it happened and that's why we're setting all time records. That's why we're doing so well, but we have to get out. For the midterms. All right. So he goes on and tells everyone they need to vote so we can keep our role in destroying the nation. Yeah, that's enough of that. A new NBC news Wall Street Journal poll released yesterday finds more Americans now oppose Kavanagh's appointment to the supreme court. Then support it brand new NBC Wall Street Journal poll just out a couple of hours ago. Really. Our first readout on how the public is absorbing. The accusation as as it has emerged to hear it is do poll thirty four percent now say they support the confirmation of breath. Cavanaugh thirty, eight percent of post. He's underwater. He's upside down, plurality opposition. Now there's a couple of different ways to look at this. First of all, the question is, what's the trajectory here? We have been pulling this for a while now before the accusation even emerged. So compared to our last poll this last month before anybody at hurt, anything about all of the the accusation here you see, look, the uptick is nine points. Opposition from twenty nine last month to thirty eight now support. It's basically stable. Thirty three, thirty four. So that's concerning sign. Obviously if you're supporting cabinet, you're trying to get him through here the other on the positive side. I guess if you wanna put it that way for a cavenaugh supporter still a lot who are undecided here, it is plurality opposition, but it's thirty eight percent. You gotta look at this maybe from the perspective of a Senator, say like a Susan Collins from Maine if she was inclined to vote. Yes. And she's looking at the poll. This is not a pretty poll to look at, but you're not looking at overwhelming opposition is that may be what it would take to dislodge her from from that standpoint here put this in historical context. Yes. What you're looking at here is this is now the most polarizing nomination we have seen sort of in the post Bork era. Yup..

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