I will vote to support Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. pic.twitter.com/1FfuMTOZz8— Senator Joe Manchin (@Sen_JoeManchin) October 5, 2018
As the New York Times reports:
Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh appeared destined for final confirmation to the Supreme Court after two key undecided senators — Susan Collins of . . .
From Senator Capito:
My full statement on my support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and my decision to vote to confirm him to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court: pic.twitter.com/kwvvGYXb6C— Shelley Moore Capito (@SenCapito) October 4, 2018
Senator Manchin is still undecided. Here is the most recent report from two hours ago:
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Wheeling “newspapers” totally ignore Trump’s verbal assault on Christine Blasey Ford
On Tuesday night at a campaign rally in Mississippi, President Trump ridiculed Christine Blasey Ford who accused Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. The major media covered the story extensively. One of the earliest reports from the Associated Press headlined it this way:
In . . .
Trump comes to Wheeling
Saturday's speech in Wheeling -- pure Trump
Trump started his Saturday night speech with some coherence: he discussed the "booming" national and West Virginia economies:
Our economy is booming like never before. Remember, I told you. And by the way, your state is booming like never before. Poverty is . . .
Least of all a woman!
If you read Saturday’s Mike Myer column, “Conspiracy Claim Ridiculous,” our local editor argues that any argument that there was a political component to impeachment of West Virginia Supreme Court justices is “ridiculous.”
His target is former WV Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis who, earlier this week, filed a federal lawsuit . . .
You may not be aware that Shelley Moore Capito graduated from Holtan-Arms (class of ‘71), the same private girl’s high school as today’s accuser of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford (class of ’84).
Last week, Moore received a letter signed by over a thousand Holtan Arms graduates:
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Yes, it’s another editorial telling us how the Wheeling News-Register is “obliged to no individual, organization, political party or ideology"
Readers need only look at the next editorial for evidence to the contrary
Last month it was the Wheeling Intelligencer, this month it is the News-Register -- the anniversary of their founding becomes an excuse for a self-congratulatory editorial. From yesterday’s lead editorial:
We do not slant our reports to favor anyone. We let the chips fall where they may.
Our responsibility is to our . . .