Senator Susan Collins, one of the few remaining centrists in Congress, has been heavily suspended by cable and arrows for his vote to acknowledge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in the 2018 fall. Just hours after casting it, four states Maine Republicans said she knew it could put a target on her back in her re-election campaign of 2020.
It’s an understatement. Democrats have sworn to make the Collins pay for the vote, and Republicans are equally Adamant in her support. Tens of millions of dollars outside money is Pour into the race From both sides, threatening to upend more restrictive, less partisan political party of the state.
The women in March, the group organized protests around the world against the inauguration of President Trump, set the tone shortly after Kavanaugh voted. The group labeled Collins was a “rape-house apologist” for her pivotal vote in favor of the nominee despite allegations of sexual assault 36 years old against him.
Allegations of sexual assault against Joe Biden, Democratic Party candidate president
, is chiseled that argument, and not just for Collins ‘ capable opponent, Sara Gideon. The “Believe all women” fighting cry is used to assail Kavanaugh and his supporters have placed other challengers of the Democratic Senate, and incumbents, in the uncomfortable position of defending Biden in an election that determines not only the occupant of the White House but the control of the upper chamber. Republic ‘ razor-thin majority can be…