Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court

Justice on Trial The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court NATIONAL BESTSELLER Justice Anthony Kennedy slipped out of the Supreme Court building on June and traveled incognito to the White House to inform President Donald Trump that he was retirin

  • Title: Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court
  • Author: Mollie Hemingway
  • ISBN: 1621579832
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER Justice Anthony Kennedy slipped out of the Supreme Court building on June 27, 2018, and traveled incognito to the White House to inform President Donald Trump that he was retiring, setting in motion a political process that his successor, Brett Kavanaugh, would denounce three months later as a national disgrace and a circus Justice on Trial, the 1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER Justice Anthony Kennedy slipped out of the Supreme Court building on June 27, 2018, and traveled incognito to the White House to inform President Donald Trump that he was retiring, setting in motion a political process that his successor, Brett Kavanaugh, would denounce three months later as a national disgrace and a circus Justice on Trial, the definitive insider s account of Kavanaugh s appointment to the Supreme Court, is based on extraordinary access to than one hundred key figures including the president, justices, and senators in that ferocious political drama The Trump presidency opened with the appointment of Neil Gorsuch to succeed the late Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court But the following year, when Trump drew from the same list of candidates for his nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, the justice being replaced was the swing vote on abortion, and all hell broke loose The judicial confirmation process, on the point of breakdown for thirty years, now proved utterly dysfunctional Unverified accusations of sexual assault became weapons in a ruthless campaign of personal destruction, culminating in the melodramatic hearings in which Kavanaugh s impassioned defense resuscitated a nomination that seemed beyond saving The Supreme Court has become the arbiter of our nation s most vexing and divisive disputes With the stakes of each vacancy incalculably high, the incentive to destroy a nominee is nearly irresistible The next time a nomination promises to change the balance of the Court, Hemingway and Severino warn, the confirmation fight will be even uglier than Kavanaugh s A good person might accept that nomination in the na ve belief that what happened to Kavanaugh won t happen to him because he is a good person But it can happen, it does happen, and it just happened The question is whether America will let it happen again Get A Copy Kindle Store 12.99 StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisIndigoBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Hardcover, 375 pages Published July 9th 2019 by Regnery Publishing More Details ISBN 1621579832 ISBN13 9781621579830 Other Editions 5 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail Edit Details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Justice on Trial, please sign up

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the media to the reputations of public servants and private citizens Other than holding these officials accountable in future elections and defending the vulnerable upright in the public square, I m not sure This book is easy to read, because it is even in tone and well documented However, this book is also terrible to read, because the real life content is horrifying to the point of being sickening How do we, as a nation, help recover the damage maliciously done by our elected officials and the media to the reputations of public servants and private citizens Other than holding these officials accountable in future elections and defending the vulnerable upright in the public square, I m not sure that we can But I am comforted by this verse from today s Introit, the 4th Sunday after Trinity When evildoers assail me to eat up my flesh, my adversaries and foes, it is they who stumble and fall Psalm 27 2 flag 22 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jul 18, 2019 Drtaxsacto rated it it was amazing review of another edition The struggle to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was one of the biggest stories of 2018 This book, by two conservative writers, tells the story of the process While it is clear that they supported Kavanaugh s appointment I think the book is the best summary of all the issues in what turned out to be a bizarre process.Kavanaugh was, by all accounts, a distinguished jurist with than 300 decisions under his belt when he was nominated to replace Anthony Kennedy who he o The struggle to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was one of the biggest stories of 2018 This book, by two conservative writers, tells the story of the process While it is clear that they supported Kavanaugh s appointment I think the book is the best summary of all the issues in what turned out to be a bizarre process.Kavanaugh was, by all accounts, a distinguished jurist with than 300 decisions under his belt when he was nominated to replace Anthony Kennedy who he once clerked for But progressive activists decided that this would become the fight of their lives Paid activists invaded the committee hearing room in the first set of hearings with the sole purpose of disrupting the process As the process continued and odd accusations began to be advanced In the end that may well have compromised the initial accuser s story.The media ignored two key parts of the story While there was lots of parsing of Kavanaugh s prep school yearbook no one bothered to check out the Holton Arms yearbooks which seem to have had a bit of a randy reputation Second, no one seemed interested in the disrupters Evidently the media believed that all those people came to DC spontaneously Both misses worked to the disadvantage of Kavanaugh.American jurisprudence assumes and accused is innocent until proven guilty but with the advent of the MeToo movement that assumption is thrown out Many in the movement suggest that simply making an accusation is dispositive of guilt The story of this process is interesting because of all the odd things that happened Many of those things seem to suggest that opponents were willing to do anything to slow or derail the process For example, Senator Feinstein got a letter from Kavanaugh s initial accuser and seems to have sat on it for several weeks not mentioning it or following up with either committee investigators or with the FBI When she met with the nominee she did not ask about the accusation in the letter Kavanaugh had one real accuser and a number of others about 10 in the end who made increasingly non credible claims But even with Blas Ford no individual came forward and indeed on person who Blas Ford claimed to be a corroborating witness to verify any details The time and place of the incident the number of participants how Blas Ford got to and got from the party none of those details had a shred of corroboration The book goes through all of those incongruities and the even less credible claims by Kavanaugh s other accusers in a careful way.One cautionary tale is that even in defeat opponents of a jurist will continue to try to influence the history At the time that Clarence Thomas was approved by the Senate a huge majority of Americans believed his story over that of Anita Hill Now the polls are reversed.One of the most disappointing parts of the story is the hyper response that opponents had against liberals who came out against Blas Ford s story or in support of the nominee From the start Kavanaugh had a long list of supporters across the political spectrum Kavanaugh had an exemplary record of hiring female clerks who supported his candidacy Many of those who supported hum lost friends Senator Collins received death threats and indeed last spring when I was in SMA I spoke with a person from Maine who said she was a Republican but would actively work against Collins in her re election campaign exclusively on the basis of Collins vote on Kavanaugh The book provides some detail on how senators including Collins came to their conclusion At the time, I thought Collins speech in support before the floor vote was a remarkable presentation.One wishes that individuals could do the advice and consent process without the drama But that is not likely Be prepared for a very ugly process if Trump has the chance to nominate a third Supreme Court Justice That simply is not the intended way that Advice and Consent was thought to work But that is the world we live in But in a time when Congress has abdicated its appropriate law making power to the bureaucrats the stakes for who sits on the court are forever higher flag 13 likesLike see review Jul 09, 2019 Amy marked it as to read Why is the cover so ugly It looks like a cop memoir from the 90s or something flag 11 likesLike see review View all 5 comments Jul 22, 2019 L.A Starks rated it it was amazing Shelves not finished This superbly researched book 2 3 text, 1 3 end notes draws from over a hundred sources as Hemingway Severino reconstruct the action, media environment, and political environment behind the Brett Kavanaugh hearings to become a Supreme Court Justice Much of its information is new.This book may interest those who like nonfiction politics or political thrillers It is especially recommended to those who already read or follow Mollie Hemingway s work As testament to its relevance, it ranke This superbly researched book 2 3 text, 1 3 end notes draws from over a hundred sources as Hemingway Severino reconstruct the action, media environment, and political environment behind the Brett Kavanaugh hearings to become a Supreme Court Justice Much of its information is new.This book may interest those who like nonfiction politics or political thrillers It is especially recommended to those who already read or follow Mollie Hemingway s work As testament to its relevance, it ranked 1 on the Publisher s Weekly hardcover nonfiction list for the week of July 15, 2019tps mysanantonio entertai flag 8 likesLike see review Jul 15, 2019 Daddy O rated it it was amazing I never truly recognized how powerful the mob instinct was until the Kavanaugh controversy Just from family, I heard such statements as You should care less about evidence and about the struggle of women, and such claims as Fifty classmates signed a paper saying they witnessed Kavanaugh raping lines of women As politics transitions from an intellectual pursuit to an entertainment medium to a secular religion, clearly laying out the facts becomes all the necessary Justice on Tria I never truly recognized how powerful the mob instinct was until the Kavanaugh controversy Just from family, I heard such statements as You should care less about evidence and about the struggle of women, and such claims as Fifty classmates signed a paper saying they witnessed Kavanaugh raping lines of women As politics transitions from an intellectual pursuit to an entertainment medium to a secular religion, clearly laying out the facts becomes all the necessary Justice on Trial manages to provide this necessity.When an author sets out to write a factual book about human beings, it turns out they re just that human beings Even biographies of the great despots will show that such historical symbols of pure evil were in fact human beings with real human emotions, struggles, and sympathetic points When not being completely ignored by news media, Justice on Trial is accused of being propagandistic For anyone who seriously reads through the book, this claim is ridiculous on its face However, it s easy to understand what motivated the accusation Justice Kavanaugh is portrayed as a human being Partisan hacks of the left wing variety will be appalled by Hemingway and Severino s account because Kavanaugh is shown to be a decent family man and committed judge faced with an onslaught of character assassinations It does not reflect their imagined character the demonic, gang raping Fascist When the facts are laid out, this avatar of evil fades away and the political conniving of his opposition is made clear thus the propaganda accusation leveled at this book.To the fanatical activists, Kavanaugh was the personification of all bad teens the bully who made fun of you, the jock who sexually harassed you, maybe even the guy who took advantage of you at a party To them, that guy from Highschool was finally getting what he deserved Time s up and so forth Only, those guys from their personal experiences weren t Kavanaugh, nor were they all somehow personified in Kavanaugh Thankfully a narrow majority of the Senate recognized reality over the activists symbolism The mob lost this time Justice on Trial plays out the events of the confirmation hearings, with some interesting forays into confirmation history, in an engaging step by step timeline of political intrigue The research by way of personal accounts gives us a fascinating view into the behind the scenes of the political show This is particularly special given that every time a camera is trained on a politician, they might as well be reciting lines for a campaign ad Instead of having to sit through senators bloviating on TV, reading the book provides a far interesting and far less insufferable big picture No propaganda needed the facts speak for themselves flag 7 likesLike see review Jul 13, 2019 bob osgood rated it it was amazing review of another edition A journalist wrote itYou can tell this was written by a journalist Who, what, where and when Also how we got here The double dealing and the hypocrisy of some Especially Spartacus and Senators Faucahontas and Harris is appalling.Ps I am convinced Sen Feinstein leaked the letter.No will post this flag 7 likesLike see review Jul 14, 2019 Sandra rated it it was amazing review of another edition Justice on Trial is a well written account of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings But than just a rehash of the hearings, this book provides a look at the history of confirmation hearings, as well as a look at the actual work that goes into the process Regardless of your political leanings I think this book is well worth reading flag 6 likesLike see review Jul 15, 2019 David rated it it was amazing While this was a difficult book to put down, it was also a disturbing one to read The abject abandonment of journalistic integrity and impartiality is on full display here as the authors provide example after example of bogus, false, and fabricated stories about Brett Kavanaugh that appeared in the media throughout his confirmation process Perhaps most disturbing is the solid evidence proving that the Washington Post knowingly printed false information about Kavanaugh and manipulated their cov While this was a difficult book to put down, it was also a disturbing one to read The abject abandonment of journalistic integrity and impartiality is on full display here as the authors provide example after example of bogus, false, and fabricated stories about Brett Kavanaugh that appeared in the media throughout his confirmation process Perhaps most disturbing is the solid evidence proving that the Washington Post knowingly printed false information about Kavanaugh and manipulated their coverage in order to coincide with Ford s narrative.It s frightening to consider the path that future Supreme Court confirmations will take following the Kavanuagh precedent Luckily, a good man sits on the Supreme Court today despite the best efforts to destroy him Justice on Trial is a great page turner and an intense behind the scenes look at a D.C feeding frenzy gone wild flag 5 likesLike see review Jul 18, 2019 Christopher Esget rated it it was amazing Thoroughly researched, gripping account of the nomination, character assassination, and Senate hearings for SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh This book reads like a thriller, while conveying substantive background on the key players and relevant history of the Supreme Court The authors do an exceptional job arguing for a depoliticized nomination confirmation process flag 5 likesLike see review View 2 comments Jul 30, 2019 Pamela Browning rated it really liked it Jimmy Kimmel relentlessly mocked him, playing the clip about his high school and college virginity to audience jeers After rehearsing all the unsubstantiated allegations against him, Kimmel said, I think there s a compromise here hear me out on this So, Kavanaugh gets confirmed to the Supreme Court, okay Well, in return we get to cut that pesky penis of his off in front of everyone I was so saddened by this book The ingrained flaws of our country were never apparent than when Justic Jimmy Kimmel relentlessly mocked him, playing the clip about his high school and college virginity to audience jeers After rehearsing all the unsubstantiated allegations against him, Kimmel said, I think there s a compromise here hear me out on this So, Kavanaugh gets confirmed to the Supreme Court, okay Well, in return we get to cut that pesky penis of his off in front of everyone I was so saddened by this book The ingrained flaws of our country were never apparent than when Justice Kavanaugh was nominated to the Supreme Court There was absolutely no presumption of innocence as the media and liberal networks impaled this man long before he was even able to utter a public word in his defense According to the Liberals, he was guilty of anything and everything salacious.Diane Feinstein obviously held onto Christine Blasey Ford s letter as her Trump card, to whip out at the last second and cause an uproar And what an uproar she caused Cory Booker publicly called Brett Kavanaugh evil How do you make a statement like that without evidence of any wrong doing What ever happened to the decency, respect and civility that used to be prominent in our country The animus toward Justice Kavanaugh a sinful conservative from the Left s perspective was unrivaled at least in my lifetime The Party of Tolerance did everything in their power to destroy this man s sterling reputation His wife and two young daughters were a by product of the Liberal s intentional destruction simply collateral damage The ruination of four lives is justified by their win at all cost mentality The print media never printed a word spoken by those who came forward to advocate for Brett Kavanaugh s character And apparently, there were many I was riveted to the television when Dr Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee and I found her to be credible at first glance But upon further contemplation, I found some of her testimony quite conflicting If she was so traumatized by the incident of which she was accusing Justice Kavanaugh, why could she not recall what house she was in Or how she got there Or how she got home And further and importantly yet , why did the witnesses she named including her best friend Leland Keyser refuse to corroborate Dr Ford s story Leland Keyser said she was pressured by many people to change her story to align with Dr Ford s, but she was quoted as saying she had to remain honest As most open minded individuals, I gave this a great deal of thought for days Family and friends were all discussing and debating this monumental event The turning point for me was when I read Christine Blasey Ford s account of going to marital counseling in 2012 because she and her husband were revisiting a disagreement about adding a second door to their home Dr Ford explained that she needed that second door as an escape route from her bedroom because she had been sexually assaulted in her teens and was traumatized by it She said her husband was opposed and the addition of the second door was not aesthetically pleasing, but it was very important to her, so they ultimately added the door Interestingly enough, that story too, has some inconsistencies Dr Ford spoke about this second escape door to emphasize her neurosis panic anxiety as a result of Brett Kavanaugh s alleged assault, but for me, this story didn t ring true The following points left me doubting everything she claimed1 How did Christine Blasey Ford deal with the lack of that second entrance exit door prior to 2008 when they did extensive renovations on the whole house 2 After the renovations and the addition of the second door, they moved out of that master bedroom and rented the room out to a marital counselor who utilized it as an office How did Dr Ford then cope with the anxiety of being in a different bedroom with only one door 3 The Fords own a home in Santa Cruz on or near the beach and the home has only one door in the master bedroom They have renovated the Santa Cruz home also, but in that renovation, they did not add a second escape door in their master bedroom How does she feel comfortable and safe in that bedroom without a second escape door Justice on Trial was extremely well researched and well written It was not an enjoyable book, but it is one of importance flag 4 likesLike see review Jul 22, 2019 Billye rated it it was amazing review of another edition I watched the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing the final one with Mrs Ford and Justice Kavanaugh testifying I was appalled at the behavior of the Senators of the Democratic Party, particularly, Kamela Harris and Cory Booker I was confused by their flat out meanness, their sneering, condescending, patronizing tone Mrs Feinstein frankly looked and sounded senile After reading this book and now understanding better the history of Supreme Court confirmations and what has happened over the last 5 I watched the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing the final one with Mrs Ford and Justice Kavanaugh testifying I was appalled at the behavior of the Senators of the Democratic Party, particularly, Kamela Harris and Cory Booker I was confused by their flat out meanness, their sneering, condescending, patronizing tone Mrs Feinstein frankly looked and sounded senile After reading this book and now understanding better the history of Supreme Court confirmations and what has happened over the last 50 or so years, I understand why the Democratic Party did not want Justice Kavanaugh to be confirmed Shame shame on them what low character to what depths will they sink to get their way And for what reason They clearly do not have the interests of the American people at heart, they are interested in power and think the Democratic Party mechanism will give it to them They are playing a game, and they don t care who is hurt By standing firm through the hellacious confirmation process, Justice Kavanaugh has shown that he is strong and courageous and that he will not break under pressure P.S after watching the confirmation hearing and the recent Democratic Party Debates, I will NEVER vote for Kamela Harris or Cory Booker for President They are both grandstanding people of low character who will apparently say anything to get attention flag 4 likesLike see review Jul 23, 2019 Mary rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves american history This book brought me back to this terrible and embarrassing time in our history The advise and consent of a supreme court justice derailed by lies and deception to a level previously not seen before I thought the confirmation of Justice Thomas was bad but this one was reprehensible The protestors and the intimidation of the Senators and just the general lack of decorum throughout was brought back through this excellent and well researched book These authors went further than the Senators in This book brought me back to this terrible and embarrassing time in our history The advise and consent of a supreme court justice derailed by lies and deception to a level previously not seen before I thought the confirmation of Justice Thomas was bad but this one was reprehensible The protestors and the intimidation of the Senators and just the general lack of decorum throughout was brought back through this excellent and well researched book These authors went further than the Senators in investigating the so called sexual harassment of this fine man I hope that all of the people involved in his smearing never sleep again for the unbelievable torment they put his family and friends through all because of political differences It s shameful flag 4 likesLike see review Jul 20, 2019 Manny rated it really liked it I will start by saying that I am 100% supportive of women coming forward and reporting incidents I hope moving forward, these incidents will all but die down, but if not,at least the environment be as such that makes women brave and safe to come forward However, being the parent of two boys, I am careful to sign on to the accusations areenough to publicly convict regardless of proof As of this writing, we still have the presumption of innocence It seems that the progressive movement is tryin I will start by saying that I am 100% supportive of women coming forward and reporting incidents I hope moving forward, these incidents will all but die down, but if not,at least the environment be as such that makes women brave and safe to come forward However, being the parent of two boys, I am careful to sign on to the accusations areenough to publicly convict regardless of proof As of this writing, we still have the presumption of innocence It seems that the progressive movement is trying to move us away from that See the Trump, Russia, Collusion,obstruction circus We need to ensure that the accused have their day in court with proper legal representation Else we will never have an elected official Anyone runningfor any office at any level could be removed simply with someone really only a woman saying they were sexually assaulted No trial, proof, or anything else just the allegationwould be enough to have them removed from the ticket.The purgery traps are an insidious weapon used by lawmakers I just read the Papadopoulos book and found it appalling that they asked him about a date and he, not having hiscalendar or notes, responded in a certain way, later to be charged with lying to the FBI.I am concerned that someone or a group of people are perfectly fine with destroying someone s life for the sole purpose of political party and expediency I think there should beequal if not punishment for bringing false accusations against someone Not only is it libel and slanderous to the person and can destroy someone s life and family but itdiminishes those who are truly victims of real sexual assault Any politician found orchestrating the like should be impeached and held to the same This cannot remain as acceptablebehavior.Avenatti, the attorney, informed the public that he was representing a victim Only to find that she herself had been charged with sexual misconduct, filed false reports and otherdiscrediting acts But then again, look at the attorney This attorney is facing over 335 years in prison Sadly, Avenatti was the liberal media s choice to run for POTUS against Trump.His client did not have an ounce of believability Even mainstream media distanced themselves after it was shown that her allegations were baseless It is pretty disturbing how the Senate unfairly and maliciously went after Robert Bork, which created the verb of being borked forever And in hind site, that hearing looked like the Mickey Mouse Club compared to this circus The crazy part about it is that if you listen to the speechgiven my Ted Kennedy at the time siting what would happen if Borked was confirmed, is exactly what the Democratic Party has become I can only imagine what the atmosphere will be like 30 years from now It seems like the attacks and total war are getting violent, heartless, and without care for anyone This book gives a good history on Supreme Court nominees from other administrations As expected, it goes into detail about the Kavanaugh confirmation and the unsuccessful attacksthat we later saw unravel because of the falsehood of allegations by politically motivated hitmen or women as it were I think the women s groups should stand against these falseallegations and rebuke those spewing them as they give a bad name to their movement s.Sadly, in 2024 when the Dems take back the WH, they will find a Republican Party that will need to ratchet up the rhetoric and be vicious than the Dems which will then getrepeated on the Dem side when the Republicans take the WH again So logically speaking, the situation will exponentially get worse as time goes by The new norm is you are guilty as long as someone comes forward, evidence and proof be damned, is a double edged sword No one will be able to hold office and thus we will have anarchy If every Congress person, Senator, judge, mayor, governor, POTUS, or any other office is accused, without the need to prove the allegations, then how will anyone be permitted to run for public office, or worse yet, who would be stupid enough to run flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 01, 2019 James rated it it was amazing review of another edition It would be nice to live in a society where the events described in this book were merely the imaginings of an overwrought conspiracy theorist Sadly, they re not.Rather than rehash the shameful details set out in this book, I ll say it s well researched and provides a good history of the politicization of the Supreme Court nomination process, going back even before the shameful Bork and Thomas hearings I m using the word shameful a great deal It s the best word for the job This is a book It would be nice to live in a society where the events described in this book were merely the imaginings of an overwrought conspiracy theorist Sadly, they re not.Rather than rehash the shameful details set out in this book, I ll say it s well researched and provides a good history of the politicization of the Supreme Court nomination process, going back even before the shameful Bork and Thomas hearings I m using the word shameful a great deal It s the best word for the job This is a book review, not a political blog, so I ll refrain from going into my personal thoughts on the whole Kavanaugh matter, except for the following The kindest assessment I can make regarding Christine Ford is that perhaps she s mentally ill and really believes her allegations, la celebrity stalkers who believe themselves to be in special relationships with the objects of their obsession Ford s testimony was completely unbelievable and her demeanor confirmed my disbelief She was lying The words credible and compelling are meaningless to me now Not a single Democratic senator behaved honorably and I cannot even consider voting for any of them for president Almost all of the news media have abandoned any pretense of journalistic ethics and standards Only a very few outlets retained my respect.I listened to the audio version of the book, read by the authors It was cathartic flag 3 likesLike see review Jul 16, 2019 Vickie rated it it was amazing Shelves good to know If you were interested in the Kavanaugh confirmation, this book is right up your alley I read this book slowly because there were so many names and so much information Touches on several items that never surfaced in the media and will likely continue to be ignored Book summary Democratic senators and leftists are shameless flag 3 likesLike see review Jul 26, 2019 Scott Wilson rated it really liked it Shelves nonfiction not history This was recent history and despite following the confirmation pretty closely live I was still shocked reliving all the twists and turns of Judge Kavanaugh s confirmation.Only Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh know the truth but I m sorry I believe Kavanaugh I think liberals would stop at nothing to prevent anybody Trump appointed getting through and they said as much They believed if they could stop Kavanaugh that Republicans wouldn t have enough time to get another candidate through and might be abl This was recent history and despite following the confirmation pretty closely live I was still shocked reliving all the twists and turns of Judge Kavanaugh s confirmation.Only Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh know the truth but I m sorry I believe Kavanaugh I think liberals would stop at nothing to prevent anybody Trump appointed getting through and they said as much They believed if they could stop Kavanaugh that Republicans wouldn t have enough time to get another candidate through and might be able to win control of the Senate and have much say in the appointment.I understand a party trying to prevent somebody being put on the Supreme Court that they disagree with politically but to destroy the man and his family is disgusting Senator Feinstein sat on the accusation for 6 weeks which is all I need to know that their motivation was simply delay not actually get to the truth THe other most damning piece of evidence for me that Blasey Ford is lying or mistaken is that she identified a key witness that was with her at the time of the event and even this life long friend and Democrat said she didn t remember ever even meeting Kavanaugh.I m not sure this book will change many opinions but it was well researched and written flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 22, 2019 Arijit Bhattacharyya rated it it was amazing Why don t we dunk him in water and see if he floats Sen Graham, wrt opening another FBI investigation.Let there be no doubt about it, what happened to Judge Kavanaugh was a witch hunt The thumbscrews and the Judas cradle were replaced by fake rape accusations, but other than that, the Senate Inquisition shared all the same essential characters with their Spanish counterpart The message was quite clear to anyone on the Right and by Right, they mean anyone to the right of Chairman Mao , hee Why don t we dunk him in water and see if he floats Sen Graham, wrt opening another FBI investigation.Let there be no doubt about it, what happened to Judge Kavanaugh was a witch hunt The thumbscrews and the Judas cradle were replaced by fake rape accusations, but other than that, the Senate Inquisition shared all the same essential characters with their Spanish counterpart The message was quite clear to anyone on the Right and by Right, they mean anyone to the right of Chairman Mao , heel or we will destroy your career But this is the problem the Left overplayed its hand The Kavanaugh hearing brought back the concept of presumption of innocence back to the American household The so called Pence Law became popular again, as a backlash against fake unsubstantiated accusations and how they destroy people s lives Many women women with fathers, sons, brothers and husbands they love saw what was happening, and their support was invaluable The blind faith of the society to ANY old rape accusation will be reduced, once it has been publicly shown that some women CAN and WILL fake a rape for their own selfish interests The next confirmation will be worse But, everyone will be ready for what might happen flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 12, 2019 Noelle Judice rated it it was amazing review of another edition Required ReadingAmazing look at the atmosphere surrounding the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh, especially the tactics is the media Interesting behind the scenes look at one of the most infamous times in US politics flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 13, 2019 CherylR rated it it was amazing review of another edition Impressively researchedThis was a very good book regarding the Supreme Court and Justice Brett Kavanaugh s confirmation hearing I found it quite readable flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 19, 2019 Scott rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves non fiction, politics This book is a thorough, compelling, and well documented account of the Kavanaugh confirmation process that soon devolved into a bizarre political circus.The book is especially valuable, in my view, because it portrays with unmistakeable clarity the role of the mainstream media The most prominent media outlets, from the outset, played a leading role in the anti Kavanaugh campaign There was not even a pretense of objectivity or balance most of the media wanted Kavanaugh defamed and defeated ju This book is a thorough, compelling, and well documented account of the Kavanaugh confirmation process that soon devolved into a bizarre political circus.The book is especially valuable, in my view, because it portrays with unmistakeable clarity the role of the mainstream media The most prominent media outlets, from the outset, played a leading role in the anti Kavanaugh campaign There was not even a pretense of objectivity or balance most of the media wanted Kavanaugh defamed and defeated just as badly as the Democrats did flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 16, 2019 Keith Parker rated it it was amazing review of another edition Great Huge indictment of the liberal media with CNN and NBC leading the way An in depth critique not of what the liberal media reports,but what it doesn t report Democrat senators are also destroyed in this hard hitting book While Diane Feinstein s own action and inaction indicate that she s an inept stooge controlled by an ultra liberal staff, other Democrat senators, including all of the 2020 presidential candidates are shown to willfully disregard law and human decency Finally, not to l Great Huge indictment of the liberal media with CNN and NBC leading the way An in depth critique not of what the liberal media reports,but what it doesn t report Democrat senators are also destroyed in this hard hitting book While Diane Feinstein s own action and inaction indicate that she s an inept stooge controlled by an ultra liberal staff, other Democrat senators, including all of the 2020 presidential candidates are shown to willfully disregard law and human decency Finally, not to let conservatives off the hook, this book served as a lesson on the sheer weakness of Republicans over the course of political history as far back as the Eisenhower administration regarding these political fights flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 29, 2019 Joe Duffus rated it really liked it As good as it is, this book unfortunately won t reach the people who should read it It won t reach Dianne Feinstein, or her truly callous minions who leaked Christine Ford s letter to the press and began the entire disgusting episode It won t be read by the arrogant Sheldon Whitehouse, nor the pathetic Cory Booker, the obnoxious Kamala Harris, the lying Dick Durbin, or the doddering Pat Leahy And that s the problem, for all of us.The story of now Justice Brett Kavanaugh s confirmation hearing As good as it is, this book unfortunately won t reach the people who should read it It won t reach Dianne Feinstein, or her truly callous minions who leaked Christine Ford s letter to the press and began the entire disgusting episode It won t be read by the arrogant Sheldon Whitehouse, nor the pathetic Cory Booker, the obnoxious Kamala Harris, the lying Dick Durbin, or the doddering Pat Leahy And that s the problem, for all of us.The story of now Justice Brett Kavanaugh s confirmation hearings includes his own heroism and guts But no less does it involve the strength and courageous faith of his wife, Ashley, and of his many friends on all sides of the political divide who risked their careers and lost friends themselves because they stood with him The authors masterfully tell us what was happening away from the committee hearings, in the dead of night, as Kavanaugh fought for confirmation to the U.S Supreme Court, first on his legal merits and then, because of a last ditch effort at character assassination, for his personal and professional life.The book makes one thing abundantly clear This will all happen again, and be even worse, unless people stand up and refuse to tolerate it any Unless Americans hammer it into the skulls of abortion obsessed liberals that ends do not justify means Until major news organs like the New York Times, the Washington Post, NBC, and CNN, realize that the responsibility to inform is not served by trafficking rumors for the sake of audience numbers, that allegations are not charges, rumors are not facts, un returned phone calls are not the same as agreement.The story is also about the dedicated people who worked so hard to challenge the lies being reported in the press, the lies being told to the cameras by Democrat senators, the lies being spread by bottom feeders like Michael Avenatti and many others.And what of Christine Blasey Ford, the winsome, clearly reluctant star of this show The book lays out the case that she was little than a plaything for the Democrats her lawyers, both Democratic insiders, clearly did not have her best interests at heart But that s not surprising because she was not really their client the Democratic Party and the activist groups that direct it were It s important to note, and this book does, that activism is not an activity in Washington, it s a multi million dollar industry And that industry, even than most business lobbyists, has no sense of shame, no notion of fairness or humanity in pursuit of its goals More often than not, the real goal is simply money That s why this will keep happening And these activists were than happy to drag this poor woman into the public eye for their own reasons.As a comprehensive history of the Kavanaugh confirmation battle, this book may have been written too soon, and by authors too close to the details Little effort is made to fairly present the opposing point of view on legal matters, for example, which would require a much longer book But co author Mollie Hemingway s journalism background assembles the story well Carrie Severino, the other co author, was intimately involved with the conservative Judicial Crisis Network organization that fought hard for Kavanaugh s confirmation Their closeness to the events gave them access to interview President Trump, dozens of senators, key staffers, Supreme Court justices, law clerks, and Ford s and Kavanaugh s high school friends Many of these people were burned by news reporters at the time because they defended Kavanaugh, or simply didn t knuckle under to pressure from others to shade or make up sinister details for the cameras.This book is a very readable narrative of everything that happened, in and mostly out of the spotlight, as seen from the pro Kavanaugh side Frankly, I d like to think that a similar book from the anti Kavanaugh perspective will never be written, because anyone associated with that effort would be too ashamed to admit it, or want to take any credit for it But again, refer to what I said above Activism is a multi million dollar industry in Washington For what, exactly, matters less than how much fundraising you can do for it Not a pretty picture flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 17, 2019 Jaime rated it it was amazing Shelves histories, up from liberalism Justice on Trial The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court, by Mollie Hemmingway and Carrie Severino Most likely, you ve read this story before or at least know of it This is the story of an accused witch, a handmaiden of the devil, a heretic This is a tale as old as written history it has its heroes, its supporting cast, and its central, amorphous villain hidden behind the eyes of hysterical woman and milquetoast men.However, this time the story ends differently No one Justice on Trial The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court, by Mollie Hemmingway and Carrie Severino Most likely, you ve read this story before or at least know of it This is the story of an accused witch, a handmaiden of the devil, a heretic This is a tale as old as written history it has its heroes, its supporting cast, and its central, amorphous villain hidden behind the eyes of hysterical woman and milquetoast men.However, this time the story ends differently No one is marched to the gallows or burned at the stake this one ends with the hero, battered and bruised, at the finish line His name may forever be tarnished by falsity, but those of us who know the truth smile and walk off the scene, content, but wondering what the next battle will bring.Hemmingway and Severino start at the beginning, giving us a glimpse of how President Trump made the choice to nominate Justice Kavanaugh He was seen as the safe choice, the best bet No one could have possibly foreseen what was bound to happen once he was nominated They highlight the hard work done by members of the Federalist Society, the all nighters pulled by Justice Kavanaugh s friends and collogues in support of his nomination, the brave women who happily put their names on a letter detailing the Justice s excellent character.The author s step carefully into the Ford allegations but they don t treat her with the kid gloves the media and others do In the book details about Ford are highlighted, such as the fact that her family was absent from all the hearings a fact I hadn t even noticed at the time but that I find highly interesting.They interview Elizabeth Loftus, preeminent researcher on the malleability of memory, a woman who has no love for Justice Kavanaugh but found the sentence Indelible in the hippocampus to be utterly laughable They handle the other allegations from Ramirez and Sweatnik with the kind of scorn they deserved while mentioning a few of the other wildly insane accusations that include but are not limited to gang rape on a boat in Maine and malicious ice throwing They end the book questioning the future of the Supreme Court, reminding us, that the reason why the Left fought so hard to stop Justice Kavanaugh is because we ve allowed the Courts to become unelected pseudo legislatures The panic over Roe v Wade is because, even Justice Ginsberg believes its tantamount to legislating from the bench They, and the republicans who also use the courts to legislate, fear that those committed to interpreting the law only, will tear down their carefully crafted political system of having the Courts fix what they failed to account for or properly explain in legislation There are other factors as well, but I want you to read the book so I ll leave it there Of complaints, I have two The cover is awful I hope they fix it for the paperback edition Second, this book does not highlight the absolute unhinged insanity of the protesters Although the media did an excellent job of absolutely failing to read the county s pulse, the protesters disgusted most of us in a manner only screaming harpies can Their hysterical screaming mob mentality left many of us laughing if only to hide our revulsion Cornering Senators, screaming in their faces, charging naked up the steps and trying to pry open the Court s doors like a horde of zombies only made the sane women of America recoil.A book worth reading if only to remind you why we must vote in 2020 and why we must recommit ourselves to the culture of due process, not just the legal standard 5 Stars flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 24, 2019 Kathryn rated it it was amazing Shelves politics Nowadays, when people divide into I ll talk to my own kind, and the others I have nothing to do with, that s very sad because that hasn t been the way it was and isn t the way this country should be, Americans should go beyond just mere tolerance of different views to welcoming different views because they enrich our society Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ruth Bader Ginsburg Insists She s Not Going Anywhere , July 25, 2019, NPR websiteMy interest in women s issues stretches beyond the YA book Nowadays, when people divide into I ll talk to my own kind, and the others I have nothing to do with, that s very sad because that hasn t been the way it was and isn t the way this country should be, Americans should go beyond just mere tolerance of different views to welcoming different views because they enrich our society Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ruth Bader Ginsburg Insists She s Not Going Anywhere , July 25, 2019, NPR websiteMy interest in women s issues stretches beyond the YA books I wrote during the past decade I watched with pride as my mom found the courage to return to school during the early years of the women s movement I gave an A presentation on the ERA in high school and I have a progressively thinking daughter and daughter in law I also have sons and a husband and while Dr Ford s testimony seemed credible, I found Kavanaugh s inexplicably gut wrenching There was something very odd about the Kavanaugh hearings so I was glad to pick up a book on the topic, hoping it would shed some light The authors are definitely right of center but this is no opinionated rant The book is straightforward and heavily referenced there are 49 pages of notes and it describes multiple aspects of the hearings that didn t seem to interest the press For instance, before reading the book, I didn t realize exactly how concerted the effort was to block Kavanaugh s confirmation from the start long before Dr Ford became a household name or that the protesters were being paid and put up in hotels Weird little numerical items were also illuminating, such as the coat hangers sent to Senator Collins by the hundreds and the than 1000 questions sent to Kavanaugh by democratic senators on the judiciary committee Previous nominees had received only a few Editorializing is saved for the final chapter, which can be distilled into this thought Congress isn t doing its job Change needs to come from the legislature, not the courts When the opposite is true, as it is now, the stakes for nominations like this one become far too high for one side or the other, and the rule of law becomes roadkill flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 18, 2019 Roy Murry rated it it was amazing review of another edition JUSTICE on TRIALMollie Hemingway Carrie SeverinoReview by Roy Murry, AuthorQualified people may not care to become a member of the Supreme Court because of the way confirmation is run Until reading Ms Hemingway and Ms Severino s history of the Kavanaugh nomination and hearings, which reads like a suspense novel, I had no idea of what transpired behind the scenes.When the hearings were on TV and in the news, I didn t pay attention and had problems of my own to resolve So, Mr Kavanaugh select JUSTICE on TRIALMollie Hemingway Carrie SeverinoReview by Roy Murry, AuthorQualified people may not care to become a member of the Supreme Court because of the way confirmation is run Until reading Ms Hemingway and Ms Severino s history of the Kavanaugh nomination and hearings, which reads like a suspense novel, I had no idea of what transpired behind the scenes.When the hearings were on TV and in the news, I didn t pay attention and had problems of my own to resolve So, Mr Kavanaugh selection for the court was not one of my priorities, and I do not indulge in watching any news programs on cable I am sad to say this description of how the public and the Congress securitize a candidate, positively and negatively, is mind boggling I consider myself intelligent, and I am wondering what happened to the people of the USA, especially the ones they continue to put in the Senate.The twist and turns in this story are unbelievable What has happened to people that want to serve as an Associate Justice is appalling all for political reasons.I agree with the authors, paraphrased The process should be about qualifications, character, approach to judging and the role of the federal judiciary Putting candidates through pretentious bullshit that some Senators spout is not the way to conduct oneself I commend the ladies for bringing to light their view of what happened to Mr Kavanaugh Many items to think about, and I will say again the prose read like a suspense novel.So, friends, if you care to read a thrilling novel, purchase this flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 15, 2019 Donna Hines rated it liked it Shelves library holds, borrowed library books Attacking a woman s character because she went up against a monster sums it all up.Look I m a survivor of malignant narcissism and I ve been around long enough to know the truth behind the scenes.What DT has done is surrounded himself with enablers to further his own agenda In the land of narcissism we call these individuals flying monkeys who will go to the end of the Earth to protect what is known as loyalty with benefits.One of the most common tactics narcs used is the blame, shame, guilt, f Attacking a woman s character because she went up against a monster sums it all up.Look I m a survivor of malignant narcissism and I ve been around long enough to know the truth behind the scenes.What DT has done is surrounded himself with enablers to further his own agenda In the land of narcissism we call these individuals flying monkeys who will go to the end of the Earth to protect what is known as loyalty with benefits.One of the most common tactics narcs used is the blame, shame, guilt, fear, intimidation, blackmail, threats to silence their opponents.I ve lived it, I know it, and I ve endured it so for me this is of the same.Monsters don t come looking like the devil They are dressed in suits and ties, having wives or husbands, and or families who believe in their innocence.However, you don t have to go far to see the writing on the walls Look at the trail of destruction, the broken relationships, the high turnovers, the low staff morale, the lack of qualified individuals and acting positions.We need a government that works for all not the top 1%.We need a government that s not full of hatred, racism, bigotry, misogyny, and ill will.We need a government for the people by the people.At this point I know how it ends and it s not good.Empty promises, broken dreams, financial ruins is in the near future.God bless America is all I have for you folks The truth shall set you free flag 2 likesLike see review Marialyce So you have convicted the person without any proof In the America you wish for, this is not the rule of law Aug 27, 2019 04 33PM Jul 22, 2019 Craig Beam rated it it was amazing Justice Anthony Kennedy slipped out of the Supreme Court building on June 27, 2018, and traveled incognito to the White House to inform President Donald Trump that he was retiring, setting in motion a political process that his successor, Brett Kavanaugh, would denounce three months later as a national disgrace and a circus Justice on Trial, the definitive insider s account of Kavanaugh s appointment to the Supreme Court Is based on extraordinary access to than one hundred key figure Justice Anthony Kennedy slipped out of the Supreme Court building on June 27, 2018, and traveled incognito to the White House to inform President Donald Trump that he was retiring, setting in motion a political process that his successor, Brett Kavanaugh, would denounce three months later as a national disgrace and a circus Justice on Trial, the definitive insider s account of Kavanaugh s appointment to the Supreme Court Is based on extraordinary access to than one hundred key figures including the president, justices, and senators in that ferocious political drama The Trump presidency opened with the appointment of Neil Gorsuch to succeed the late Antonio Scalia on the Supreme Court But the following year, when a Trump drew from the same list of candidates for his nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, the justice being replaced was the swing vote on abortion, and all hell broke loose The judicial confirmation process, on the point of breakdown for thirty years, now proved utterly dysfunctional Unverified accusations of sexual assault became weapons in a ruthless campaign of personal destruction, culminating in the melodramatic hearings in which Kavanaugh s impassioned defense resuscitated a nomination that seemed beyond saving The Supreme Court has become the arbitrator of the nation s most vexing and divisive disputes With the stakes of each vacancy incalculably high, the incentive to destroy the nominee is nearly irresponsible The next time a nomination promises to change the balance of the Court, Hemingway and Serivino warn, the confirmation fight will be even uglier than Kavanaugh s A good person might accept that nomination in the naive belief that what happened to Kavanaugh won t happen to him because he is a good person But it can happen, and it just happened The question is whether America will let it happen again flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 09, 2019 Robert Melnyk rated it it was amazing Excellent book about the Kavanaugh confirmation I ve watched Mollie Hemingway as an analyst on Fox News and have always found her to be fair and honest She would base her arguments on reason and facts She has done the same with this book I watched the Kavanaugh confirmation process as it happened Hemingway does an excellent job of describing those events, but also gives details of things that went on behind the scenes that you did not see or know about by simply watching the news coverage Excellent book about the Kavanaugh confirmation I ve watched Mollie Hemingway as an analyst on Fox News and have always found her to be fair and honest She would base her arguments on reason and facts She has done the same with this book I watched the Kavanaugh confirmation process as it happened Hemingway does an excellent job of describing those events, but also gives details of things that went on behind the scenes that you did not see or know about by simply watching the news coverage I thought so at the time, and I am even convinced after reading this book, that this whole situation was a total fabrication by the left, which was then fully supported by a corrupt media, in an effort to destroy a good man s life in order to prevent him from sitting on the Supreme Court The whole situation is extremely disturbing The sad part is that in the end, nobody will be held accountable for their disgusting actions flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 17, 2019 Liz Sergent rated it it was amazing I could not put this book down This would have been unbelievable fiction, but it was true These authors took readers behind the scenes of a supreme court pick The chapter All hell breaks loose talks about Christine Ford appearing, the protests and what was happening behind the scenes It covers how many written questions each pick is given before a hearing Kavanaugh had 1287, Gorsch 324 and Scalia 3 After reading this book and witnessing what happened, laws need to be put in place to I could not put this book down This would have been unbelievable fiction, but it was true These authors took readers behind the scenes of a supreme court pick The chapter All hell breaks loose talks about Christine Ford appearing, the protests and what was happening behind the scenes It covers how many written questions each pick is given before a hearing Kavanaugh had 1287, Gorsch 324 and Scalia 3 After reading this book and witnessing what happened, laws need to be put in place to protect slander against a supreme court nominee This confirmation almost destroyed this man, and this man is now the first supreme court justice to have an all woman clerks in his office This book is 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    1. Couldn t Put it DownI actually skipped work all morning because I couldn t put this book down It is brilliant Well researched and well written I enjoyed learning about some of the unsung heroes behind the scenes Highly recommended


    2. This book is easy to read, because it is even in tone and well documented However, this book is also terrible to read, because the real life content is horrifying to the point of being sickening How do we, as a nation, help recover the damage maliciously done by our elected officials and the media to the reputations of public servants and private citizens Other than holding these officials accountable in future elections and defending the vulnerable upright in the public square, I m not sure Thi [...]


    3. The struggle to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was one of the biggest stories of 2018 This book, by two conservative writers, tells the story of the process While it is clear that they supported Kavanaugh s appointment I think the book is the best summary of all the issues in what turned out to be a bizarre process.Kavanaugh was, by all accounts, a distinguished jurist with than 300 decisions under his belt when he was nominated to replace Anthony Kennedy who he o The stru [...]



    4. This superbly researched book 2 3 text, 1 3 end notes draws from over a hundred sources as Hemingway Severino reconstruct the action, media environment, and political environment behind the Brett Kavanaugh hearings to become a Supreme Court Justice Much of its information is new.This book may interest those who like nonfiction politics or political thrillers It is especially recommended to those who already read or follow Mollie Hemingway s work As testament to its relevance, it ranke This super [...]


    5. I never truly recognized how powerful the mob instinct was until the Kavanaugh controversy Just from family, I heard such statements as You should care less about evidence and about the struggle of women, and such claims as Fifty classmates signed a paper saying they witnessed Kavanaugh raping lines of women As politics transitions from an intellectual pursuit to an entertainment medium to a secular religion, clearly laying out the facts becomes all the necessary Justice on Tria I never [...]


    6. A journalist wrote itYou can tell this was written by a journalist Who, what, where and when Also how we got here The double dealing and the hypocrisy of some Especially Spartacus and Senators Faucahontas and Harris is appalling.Ps I am convinced Sen Feinstein leaked the letter.No will post this


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