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The War Over Kavanaugh on the Judiciary Committee Has Made Its Way to Twitter

The war over the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court has been dirty since the day he was nominated. 

Over the past two weeks, the situation has devolved into Democrats entering debunked accusations of sexual assault into the congressional record and their leftist friends in the media publishing any accusation, named or unnamed, with zero corroboration. 

Now that the end of debate over Kavanaugh's nomination is imminent, with the FBI wrapping up a seventh background investigation, the battle between Republicans and Democrats has made it's way to Twitter. 

Buckle up folks and prepare for turbulence.

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