Sarah Strikes The Chord That Has Every Dem Senator Second Guessing Their Kav Stance

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary joined Harris Faulkner on Fox News’ Outnumbered for an explosive interview on Judge Kavanaugh and the Senator votes!

Harris introduced the idea that history will be made this weekend – whether Kavanaugh is voted up or down. (VIDEO BELOW.)

Sarah let America know what the White House is doing.

The “White House is confident that Judge Kavanaugh has the votes to be confirmed to the High Court,“Harris told America.

Sarah said the President is doing many things like signing legislation today but “we’re watching this very closely.”

Sarah told Harris, “We’ve been in constant contact with a number of Senators since this process began and we’re going to continue those efforts right up until the last-minute because this is such an important moment in our country’s history.”

Additionally, Sarah said she wished all 100 Senators would vote for Kavanaugh.  (VIDEO BELOW.)

Harris asked if Joe Manchin (D-WV) was a surprise when he voted YES to move the nomination forward.

“I’m surprised more Democrats aren’t supporting Judge Kavanaugh,” Sarah said. Sarah then talked about Kavanaugh’s “impeccable qualifications” and this it is not suppose to be a partisan or political battle.

She said the “democrats play(ed) a completely different game that has ever been done before. And it’s a real disgrace to the Country. And it’s a real disgrace to the process.”

Specifically, Sarah then hoped the Democrats would get on board with the group that helps get Kavanaugh confirmed to the Supreme Court.  (VIDEO BELOW.)

Related Article: Before Voting, McConnell Stood Up & Hit Democrat Senators Where It Hurts The Most.

WATCH as Sarah Sanders discussed the Kavanaugh cloture vote with Harris Faulkner. 

In ending, keep the RED WAVE going! Contact your Senator or call the White House Senate and ask them to CONFIRM KAVANAUGH. Call your Senators at U.S. Senate 1-202-224-3121. Or click here.