Derrick Johnson, president and CEO of the NAACP, told Al Jazeera that his organisation's immediate call of action would be to "have its members across the U.S. express their views to senators in their states and urge them to oppose this nomination".
Grassley said the Senate could vote on the nominee by later September or early October.
Kavanaugh, the conservative appellate court judge President Donald Trump chose to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, met separately with Republican Sen. Their certainty - and outrage - that one man will have the power to dispense rights they view to be nonexistent, and dispense with others they consider inalienable, only shores up a fact that the left will nearly never admit: the federal government has far too much power. He said it's different with mid-term elections.
Raj Shah, the White House spokesman handling questions about Kavanaugh's nomination, did not immediately respond for comment.
To hear Republicans tell it, Brett Kavanaugh is a skilled and well-respected judge who reveres the Constitution. And, he has been part of some highly disputed legal cases. It was ruled a suicide, but some people dispute this.
The articles grew not only out of Kavanaugh's experiences working for Starr, but also his service to former President George W. Bush. The court and the confirmation process have become so politicized precisely because the court has overstepped its proper bounds to assume authority over many important and controversial areas of national life best left to the democratic process. Republicans hope to have Kavanaugh confirmed by the start of the court's session in October, and before the midterm election.
He said his committee will examine the 300 cases Kavanaugh has made decisions in before bringing the nomination to a vote in the full Senate.
Thomas Jipping of the Heritage Foundation tells CBN News he doesn't expect much serious evaluation of Judge Kavanaugh from Democrats.
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The judicial mindset of Brett Kavanaugh
Senator Richard Blumenthal went a step further "Judge Kavanaugh, you don't belong in this building as a justice ", he said. Ironically, those Senate gains would make it easier to confirm a very conservative Trump nominee after the midterms.
Kavanaugh's opinion on controversial cases, such as abortion, are less known. At the event, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said that he will fight the nomination "with everything I've got".
They believe that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may try to make the president testify in his investigation of the Trump campaign's possible links to Russian Federation. But faced with President Trump's ability to exercise that same power (even if just to undo Obama's orders), they scream "Fascism!" The court's oldest remaining justices, two liberals and a conservative who are 85, 79 and 70, haven't suggested they're going anywhere and appear in fine health.
"Voting against Kavanaugh could very well give their Republican challengers the support they need to vote them out of office", he said. He passed over other finalists who attended law school at Michigan, Notre Dame and Georgetown. "Now do I think he will be a bad jurist on the Supreme Court?" They won't pay much of a price if they end up as the 51st, 52nd and 53rd votes confirming Trump's nominee, adding a bipartisan veneer to the final vote.
They're mostly conservatives and have been embraced by the GOP majority in the Senate. Republicans hold a narrow 51-49 majority.
Democratic Senator Chris Murphy of CT said on Wednesday that Trump, in choosing Kavanaugh, is "trying to rig a Supreme Court such that it will strike down protections for pre-existing conditions and he has a case ready to move to the Supreme Court to do just that".
Trump has speculated that he could appoint a majority of the nine-member court. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn. "If he is unwilling to state that he will recuse himself, I think everyone should really reconsider whether they can support this nominee". "It wasn't that long ago when it was common for presidents to nominate judges with no prior federal court experience or judicial experience at all".
Kozinski, appointed by Ronald Reagan to the 9th Circuit, served on the court from 1985 until 2017, and was known as a "feeder judge", sending nine of his clerks to work for Supreme Court justices between 2009 and 2013 alone. Cory Booker (N.J.) were "reeling" over Trump's pick.