Texas lawmakers were impressed with the testimony of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, which took place yesterday in Washington. Senator John Cornyn made it clear that he wants a vote as soon as possible.
“The longer the nomination remains open, we know that more and more of these uncorroborated allegations will be made,” Cornyn said after the hearing.
During the hearing Senator Ted Cruz was struck by the fact Dr. Ford's witnesses did not back up her story.
“All three of those fact witnesses have stated on the record under penalty of perjury that they do not recall what she is alleging happening,” Cruz said.
Political analyst Jacquie Baly tells KTRH it's time to vote and get this done.
“We are tired of it,” Baly stated. “It’s close to impossible to prove if this happened.”
And Jonathan Saenz of Texas Values says when the vote is taken, it will be pro-Kavanaugh.
“There’s a chance this will be down party lines. I think there’s a slight chance you will see one Democrat vote with Republicans on this,” Saenz explained, adding that the Republicans are angry these allegations all came out at the 11th hour.