Murkowski Cracks – Alaska Senator Will Now Vote to Support Judge Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court…

Posted originally on The Conservative Tree House on October 24, 2020 by sundance

The Decepticon senator from Alaska, Lisa Murkowski, is the Nikki Haley of the senate.  After voting against Judge Kavanaugh, today, sensing the danger, she changes her position on Judge Amy Coney Barrett.

Knowing she would likely be kicked out of office by Alaska voters for blocking the second conservative Trump nominee to the Supreme Court, Murkowski switches her position and announces she will vote to support Judge Amy Coney Barrett next week.

“I believe that the only way to put us back on the path of appropriate consideration of judicial nominees is to evaluate Judge Barrett as we would want to be judged: on the merits of her qualifications, and we do that when that final question comes before us. And when it does, I will be a yes.”

The motive behind this reversal is the obvious… The MAGA coalition is building election momentum at an astonishing rate. All across the nation Trump voters are now fully engaged, making themselves very visible, marching in massive numbers in support and the movement is in full force. It is a joyful display of incredible patriotism.

Smile BIGLY & keep pushing folks.  If Murkowski didn’t think President Trump was going to win next month she would not be changing her position… She is a political animal.

President Trump told Murkowski what to expect in June 2020 with this tweet.

Murkowski is now seeking terms to avoid this happening… nothing more.

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