Democrats' hair on fire heading into Trump SCOTUS announcement: 7/9/18

I'm really looking forward to the two interviews we'll have on Monday:

First, at 6:08 AM MT (with likely replay at 8:06 AM MT) Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) recently returned from a visit with several other GOP senators to Russia, where they spoke with very high-ranking Russian officials. We know the topic of election meddling came up. We'll ask Ron about that and other topics of their conversation. Of course we'll also discuss Monday evening's upcoming Supreme Court nomination and the president's simmering (or maybe nearing a full boil) trade war(s). 

Second, at 7:06 AM MT (with likely replay at 9:06 AM MT), we'll speak with Seth Denson. He's a healthcare strategist and founder of GDP Advisors, and we'll talk about the big news on Sunday of the administration ending "risk-sharing payments" to insurance companies as well as discussing the longer-term question of why drug prices have not declined despite jawboning by President Trump. 

Remember, both of these interviews will be available as stand-alone podcasts/audio at shortly after they happen

Democrats are in an absolute panic over whomever President Trump nominates to replace Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court. The ACLU is spending over $100,000 on advertisements targeting liberal Republican Senators Susan Collins (ME) and Lisa Murkowski (AK), but can those two actually vote against any nominee who isn't publicly on the record opposing Roe v Wade? I doubt it. For reasons we'll talk about during Monday's show. Here's an example of one of the ads:

And as for the Supreme Court nominee who got away (from Democrats):

The most interesting thing in this @washingtonpost graphic is how far left Merrick Garland, who Obama was trying to sell to us as a "moderate", really is:

Posted by Ross Kaminsky on Sunday, July 8, 2018


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