Hours Before Kav’s Hearing, Sarah Sends Dems Scurrying Back To The Drawing Board

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On Wednesday, Sarah Sanders broke her silence on the developments surrounding Judge Kavanaugh as time ticks down to his blockbuster appearance set to take place in front of Congress on Thursday.

In an interview with Fox & Friends, Sarah broke down her thoughts on all of the personal attacks from the left on Judge Kavanaugh. And what it all means going forward.

As more accusers keep coming forward, Sarah said she does think “it’s unfair to drag this process out and continue to put good people through the ringer.”

On behalf of the President, Sarah stated that there needs to come a point soon for a vote since Kavanaugh has gone through the process and continues to provide answers to all questions.

The Press Secretary said, “The president wants this process to come to a vote because that’s what’s supposed to happen in every single one of these instances where someone is nominated, they go before, they have a hearing, and then the senators vote on it.”

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Sarah Sanders Discusses Judge Kavanaugh With Fox & Friends (CONTINUED BELOW)

Sanders then chastised Democrats for their behavior that has played out over the nomination process.

Sarah said, “I think the process that the Democrats have played has been absolutely appalling and disgusting.”

She cited how one of the accusers in her letter wanted to keep matters private.  ut Democrats disregarded it by playing politics and went public with her story out of desperation.

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Sarah Sanders Chastises Democrats “Appalling Behavior” (VIDEO)

Sarah isn’t the first to have called out the behavior seen out of the Left.

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As Democrat Senators are prepared to go all-in on their “accusers” at tomorrow’s hearing, they may want to tame it down.

If things don’t pan out the way they desperately fighting for at all costs, there could be severe political ramifications in the November midterms.

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