According to Evangelist Dutch Sheets, there is an intense Spiritual Warfare being waged in the Senate during the Judge Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. That should come as no surprise as you watch the continued unhinged behavior in the Senate gallery as well as on the Senate floor. Here is what is meant by the evangelist’s charge.
As Written and Reported By Angela Robertson for CBN News:
Day 3 of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s hearing turned into one of the rowdiest yet. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) took a controversial swing coming out – announcing he publicly released committee confidential documents he thought the public deserved to see.
“I’m ready to accept the full responsibility for what I have done, the consequences for what I’ve done, and I stand by the public’s right to have access to this document,” Booker told the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) then pointed out Booker could be expelled from the Senate for his actions.
“I think that it’s important that we remind one another that there are clear rules about the discussion of confidential material, and that there can be consequences to the violation of those rules,” Cornyn warned.
Unfazed, Booker responded, “Apply the rule and bring the charges. Bring it.”
As it turns out, what Booker described as his “Spartacus moment” was all just for show. That’s because President George W. Bush’s records representative, Bill Burck, quickly released a statement to Fox News saying they were “surprised to learn” about Booker’s “histrionics” because “we had already told him he could use the documents publicly.”
The chaos of the day was not limited just to the hearing room, however, as opponents of Kavanaugh allowed their protests to spill into Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley’s office.
“Chuck Grassley, come out. We’ve got some things…..
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