It was a fitting start to Halloween season and a fitting end to one of the scariest spectacles in American political history: As Brett Kavanaugh was being sworn in as an Associate Justice, a crowd of protesters screamed outside and clawed like zombies at the doors of the Supreme Court building.
Just hours earlier, the Senate vote to confirm Kavanaugh was interrupted several times by banshee-like screams from the gallery. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), who had announced in a passionate speech the previous day that she would be the deciding “aye” vote, faced an angry mob outside of her office.
The contrast couldn’t have been clearer, as one side did the business of government in a Constitutional Republic on the Senate floor and then in the chambers of the Supreme Court, while the other side amassed an angry mob to intimidate them. FULL STORY....HERE