Maxine Waters on Justice Kavanaugh: he won’t rest easy in his job

Following Democrats’ theatrics over the nomination and confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Democrat leaders are vowing the fight isn’t over.

Angry radical activists flooded the halls of Capitol Hill, the Supreme Court steps, and pounded the doors of the Supreme Court protesting President Trump’s nominee. Numerous arrests were made.

With the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh weeks ago, Democrats are not done.

Maxine Waters (D-CA) is calling for a backlash against Kavanaugh telling a crowd in Los Angeles, “he won’t rest easy in his job.”

The Washington Times reports:

“Never stop,” she instructed liberals, according to a clip flagged by NTK Network on Monday. “That is what we have to do with what happened to Kavanaugh and this confirmation process.

“It was heartbreaking, but I think women are not going to recede,” she said. “Women are going to continue to confront what took place in that confirmation and him. And he won’t rest easy in his job.”

The leading Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), is on board with reopening the Kavanaugh investigation.

The Washington Post reports:

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, said she “absolutely” favors reopening an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh if her party takes control of the chamber next year.

Feinstein, who is in line to become chairwoman of the committee if Democrats prevail, was asked about the prospect during a debate Wednesday in San Francisco as she seeks reelection to her Senate seat.

“Oh, I’d be in favor of opening up the allegations. Absolutely,” Feinstein said.

Even former President Jimmy Carter weighed in on Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, saying he’s “unfit” to serve, and confirming him was a “very serious mistake.”

The Washington Times reports:

Former President Jimmy Carter jumped into the political fray recently over newly confirmed Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, saying he was “unfit” to be on the Supreme Court.

While speaking to a class at Emory College Wednesday Mr. Carter said Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation was a “very serious mistake,” The Emory Wheel reported.

He also criticized the Senate for being “subservient” to President Trump.

Democrats are vowing to continue their theatrics over Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation if they gain control in November.