King and Collins should wait on Kavanaugh



Dear Editor:

I respectfully ask that Sens. King and Collins not confirm or hold hearings for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee until all passed records and documents are released and the November election has been completed.

A President under active investigation should not be able to appoint someone to the Supreme Court. That’s doubly true when the nominee has argued that the President is immune from criminal prosecution. This also holds true according to Speaker McConnell’s viewpoint that a Supreme Court nominee should not get a hearing during an election year.

As the election is less than four months away, it feels prudent to have the nominee wait until after the November election.

Sonia Groesbeck
Brooklin