Some new photos of Brett Kavanaugh have been released, and one would think it was the end of the world based on the liberal reaction.
Kavanaugh was sworn in as the 114th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday in a private ceremony with his wife and daughters, and the photos are simply breathtaking.
Take a look:
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Now that the confirmation is official, it is time for Brett Kavanaugh to get to work.
Not long after the vote was finalized, Kavanaugh left his private residence to head to the Supreme Court.
There, in a private conference room, retired Justice Kennedy swore in Brett Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh is expected to get to work immediately.
As the new term starts, Kavanaugh will have little time to get familiar with his new chair before deciding on several cases.
Some of the cases waiting for Kavanaugh include Weyerhaeuser v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which questions whether the government can designate private land as a critical habitat, and considers the economic impact of such a decision to that private landowner.
Kavanaugh may also weigh in on Mount Lemmon Fire District v. Guido.
In this case, the court is attempting to clear up ambiguous language related to the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).
Finally, Kavanaugh has Knick v. Township of Scott on his docket.
In that case, the plaintiff owns a 90-acre plot where, as far as she knew, no bodies were buried.
Meanwhile, the township has a law in place that any lands used for burial must be given public access.
Without warrant, the township entered her property to survey the land and fined her after they believe they found grave markers.
Knick contends that both her Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights were violated.
And Kavanaugh will be one of the justices deciding if that is the case.
Welcome to the Court, Justice Kavanaugh.