Republican Senator Susan Collins was among those who were undecided about which way they would be voting in regards to the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States.
Most of those undecided Republicans didn’t face the kind of pressure Collins did when it came to her vote, however. During an interview on “60 Minutes,” she spoke about bribes and threats from liberal groups who she say tried to buy her vote.
The Republican slammed the obvious Democrat tactic to try and buy her vote.
Ady Barkan, the founder of “Be a Hero,” responded to Collins’ interview by claiming that the Republican was “smearing a grassroots effort from regular people pleading with someone in a position of power to do the right thing.”
Marie Follayttar, co-founder of the Mainers for Accountable Leadership also stated, “The idea of Susan Collins attacking an effort by over one hundred thousand… small-dollar donors as bribery is politics at its worst.”