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Amy McGrath found flipping off her statements again


Amy McGrath found flipping again as when she announced her participation in the elections for challenging Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell in Kentucky, she conveyed that may have voted to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh just after a day of her announcement. This proved that she flipped off her statement that she made back in 2018. When

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she conveyed that she would have voted, she changed her statement again after some hours. In an interview for the Louisville Courier-Journal on Wednesday, she said that she may have cast her vote for Kavanaugh’s confirmation.


She flipped off her statement that she made in a post over the social media in which she also mentioned the Kavanaugh’s nomination in summer 2018. “I was very concerned about Judge Kavanaugh, what I felt like were the far-right stances that he had. However, there was nothing in his record that I think would disqualify him in any way,” McGrath said in Wednesday’s interview. “And the fact is when you have the President and the Senate, this is our system and so I don’t think there was anything that would have disqualified him in my mind.” Kavanaugh was already charged with the allegation that Christine Blasey Ford made regarding the sexual assault. Due to the allegations, Judge Kavanaugh was already thrown out of the league in a narrow vote by Republicans in Congress.

McGrath added of Ford’s allegations, “I think it’s credible but given the amount of time that lapsed in between and from a judicial standpoint, I don’t think it would really disqualify him. I think that with Judge Kavanaugh, yeah, I probably would have voted for him,” she said. But she found backing off from her statement hours after the interview as she conveyed via social media, “I was asked earlier today about Judge Brett Kavanaugh and I answered based upon his qualifications to be on the Supreme Court. But upon further reflection and further understanding of his record, I would have voted no.”