The fight over the Senate confirming Brett Kavanaugh is reaching a conclusion.
Democrats think they have the silver bullet to take him down.
But Donald Trump revealed one truth about Kavanaugh that no one saw coming.
Three women have made flimsy claims that Kavanaugh either sexually assaulted them or was present when they were sexually assaulted.
There are no witness statements or evidence to back up these allegations.
None of the women or their stories is credible.
But the nomination is in jeopardy because of RINO Republicans losing their nerve in the face of the media and Democrat orchestrated smear campaign.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee should have forced a vote to confirm Judge Kavanaugh sooner.
“They could have pushed this through two and a half weeks ago and you would not be talking about it right now, which is frankly what I would have preferred,” Trump admitted.
He spoke to reporters after he arrived at the United Nations building in New York City on Wednesday morning.
Trump noted that Senate Republicans were going out of their way to offer Kavanaugh’s accuser Christine Ford a chance to testify.
“I think the Senate, the Republicans could not be nicer than the way they’re handling this,” he said.
Trump is exactly correct.
Republicans fell for the Democrats’ delay tactics which allowed the left to line up more women to lob what critics believe are false accusations at Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh should have been confirmed weeks ago.
Because the GOP allowed the Democrats to play them for fools, the party risks alienating their base weeks before the midterm election.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.