Grassley: ‘I Hope We Can Say No to Mob Rule by Voting to Confirm Judge Kavanaugh’

‘When you hear things about get in their face, bother people at every restaurant where you can find a cabinet member, these are coming from public servants that ought to set an example of civility in American society’

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GRASSLEY: “We had a campaign of distraction from his outstanding qualifications. A campaign of destruction of this fine individual. What we have learned is the resistance that has existed since the day after the November 2016 election, it’s centered right here on Capitol Hill. They have encouraged mob rule. When you hear things about 'Get in their face, bother people at every restaurant where you can find a Cabinet member,' these are coming from public servants that ought to set an example of civility in American society. And it has been made worse by what has happened to Judge Kavanaugh. I hope we can say no to mob rule by voting to confirm Judge Kavanaugh.“

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