Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal issued a stark warning to his liberal colleagues this week; saying the left-wing legislators will “answer to history” should they vote to confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
“We were given very little chance of sustaining the Affordable Care Act and we did because the American people made their voices heard and our challenge is to elicit and enlist the American people in same kind of grassroots expression,” Blumenthal said Wednesday.
“They’ll have to answer to history for their votes long after the next election and memories fade about almost every other vote,” Blumenthal added. “They’ll be remembered for what they did here and they know it.”
The President announced his decision to nominate Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court Monday evening; setting the stage for a high-stakes showdown with Congressional Democrats who have already pledged to sink the confirmation process.