CHICAGO – Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner may have alienated more of the dwindling Republican support Friday morning when he said on WBEZ that the Kavanaugh vote should be delayed – a position the Democrats and radical Leftists are promoting with hopes of Democrats gaining the majority in the November 2018 election.
Despite Kavanaugh having been through six FBI background checks over the years, and despite Senator Diane Feinstein holding onto the accusation until after all Senate hearings were held, Rauner agrees with the Democrats that the vote should be delayed.
Rauner was very supportive of the US Supreme Court hearing that ruled in favor of Mark Janus over AFSCME – a position Kavanaugh would likely agree with. However, Rauner says he is "prochoice" on abortion – and that has become the biggest issue to pro-abortion advocates. They fear Roe Vs Wade could be overturned. Rauner himself has boasted the abortion funding bill he signed would protect Illinois abortion rights if Roe vs Wade were to be overturned.
WBEZ reporter Tony Arnold tweeted a "full quote" from Rauner during the radio show interview: