JMU students hear from candidates
Libertarian Candidate Struggles to Gain Traction in Senate Race
Date: October 4, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Press Conference with Moms March For America viewed by more than 10,000 activists
Left making asses of themselves on national television day after day
Libertarians believe in the rule of law and the US Constitution
Alexandria, VA – Libertarian candidate Matt Waters announced his support of the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
“I, along with my future Libertarian leaning colleague Sen. Rand Paul, support the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. The Senate’s role, according to the Constitution, is ‘advice and consent.’ That is it.
“Blocking the Supreme Court confirmation process of Judge Kavanaugh by Democrat Tim Kaine, is about protecting pro-choice special interest organizations who give Kaine thousands of dollars. Attacking Kavanaugh, using the tactics they are, is a damn disgrace.
“As your Virginia Senator, I will obey the U.S. Constitution and I will not politicize this process and vote for or against Presidential nominations based on contributions given to my campaign.
In a Facebook live Press Conference with Moms March For America, Waters was the only Libertarian, the only political candidate, and the only male to address the audience.
Waters addressed Tim Kaine’s slogan, “America’s Dad,” pointing out an email sent out with the ominous subject line, ‘The children are watching.’ “Kaine’s right, America’s children are watching the Left make asses of themselves on national television day after day about an unprovable allegation, and crap all over the US Constitution. No due process. No ‘innocent until proven guilty.’ Tim Kaine and this new militant Left is extremely dangerous.
“Libertarians believe in the rule of law, and the US Constitution as our guiding light.”
Waters says he would easily support the Supreme Court nominations under Democrat president Barack Obama. The Judiciary Committee’s responsibility is to holding hearings and investigate judicial nominations, then vote nominees out of committee for full vote of the Senate.