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WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Senate today voted to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy's vacancy on the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh will be sworn in very soon and will take the bench on the Supreme Court this coming week.
Judge Kavanaugh, who has written over 300 judicial opinions, believes that "a judge must be independent and must interpret the law, not make it." Kavanaugh also stressed he believes in interpreting statutes and the Constitution as they are written, "informed by history and tradition and precedent."
"This is a great day for America after many days of unnecessary theatrics, delays and character assassination," said Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mat Staver. "As Judge Kavanaugh has repeatedly stated, his judicial philosophy is simple - judges must interpret the law, not make it. It is the right of the people, not judges, to amend the Constitution and the laws. This is most certainly a historic day for this nation," said Staver.
Kavanaugh's confirmation process has been the most divisive and mean in history. The Senate Democrats and resistance organizations have stirred up emotions and are willing to destroy a person and the institution because they are blinded by abortion. They want a judicial activist who will rule the way they want rather than how the Constitution requires.