Thursday Short Cuts

"Why'd [the Left's] investigation [into Kavanaugh] stop the very second he secured enough votes for confirmation?" —Sean Davis

Political Editors · Nov. 1, 2018

For the record: “After every horrible mass shooting … there’s an immediate rush to make sure conservatives know they do not belong to that wider American community feeling the pain. Worse, there’s a constant allusion to the fact that those on the right are responsible for the slaughter. Republicans spend the time following these attacks not in mourning like they should be but beating back the sickening idea that they inspired the shooter.” —Karol Markowicz

The Trump appeal: “If President Obama can get DACA approved … we can do this by executive order.” —Donald Trump on his idea of an executive order rescinding birthright citizenship for illegals

Non Compos Mentis I: “I think when we win, you will see evidence of [civility]. Because when we do win … we will honor the vows of our founders, E pluribus unum, from many one.” —House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)

Non Compos Mentis II: “The research here is clear. Restricting abortion access doesn’t just harm women. It harms their children as well.” —abortion lobbying giant NARAL

From rational to anti-sovereign-nation fanatic: “In 1993, around the time Donald Trump was gobbling up tax-free inheritance money from his wealthy father and driving several companies into bankruptcy, I made a mistake. After I proposed that awful bill, my wife Landra immediately sat me down and said, ‘Harry, what are you doing? Don’t you know that my father is an immigrant?’ She set me straight. And in my 36 years in Washington, there is no more valuable lesson I learned than the strength and power of immigrants and no issue I worked harder on than fixing our immigration system.” —former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV)

And last… “If Democrats and media believe, as they asserted for weeks, that Kavanaugh ran a secret gang rape cartel, why’d their investigation stop the very second he secured enough votes for confirmation?” —Sean Davis

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