Hillary Clinton Comes Out Against Judge Kavanaugh, Encourages People to Call Their Senators to Oppose Him

2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted out her thoughts on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court on Monday. In her thread, Clinton said she is opposed to Kavanaugh being confirmed to the court and urged people to call their senators.

Clinton warned that Kavanaugh would endanger things like workers’ rights, access to abortions, and the Affordable Care Act:

“If Brett Kavanaugh becomes a Supreme Court justice, will he help gut or overturn Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in America? Yes, of course he will,” she further tweeted.

During his confirmation hearing Wednesday, Kavanaugh did state Roe v. Wade is “a precedent that’s been reaffirmed many times over 45 years.”

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“If you agree, please pick up the phone right now and call your senators. Ask them to #StopKavanaugh: (202) 224-3121,” Clinton urged her followers.

Kavanaugh is now into the second day of his confirmation hearing after getting off to a rocky start on Tuesday.

Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee and activists in the gallery interrupted Sen. Chuck Grassley’s (R-Iowa) introductory remarks. Capitol Hill Police said it had arrested over 70 protesters Tuesday.

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