WHOA: McConnell Just Made 1 Statement About Kavanaugh That Completely Changed The Game

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told a crowd at the Values Voter Summit that the United States Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh would be confirmed despite the ongoing allegation of a sexual assault incident which took place 36 years ago.

During his speech, McConnell reportedly said: “In the very near future, Judge Kavanaugh will be on the United States Supreme Court.”

And, “Keep the faith, don’t get rattled by all of this, we’re going to plow right through it and do our job.”

McConnell also threatened to forego the scheduled recess during the month of October unless the Senate body confirms more federal judges to their posts. The legislative body usually recesses during October to allow members more time to campaign in the crucial days leading up to the November elections.

A similar move was made by McConnell for the month of August, though the legislative body did end up with a lengthy recess.

The majority leader paraded many of the economic achievements of the Trump administration and attributed the excelled growth to Republicans holding majorities in Congress and the White House.

McConnell said his chamber authorized the largest year-over-year military spending in over 15 years. He said no longer would military members be forced to do more while receiving less, a comment which was applauded.

“We’ve also confronted the drug abuse epidemic that is eating away at so many of our communities. The Senate has passed landmark legislation which aims to fight back against the opioid crisis and gets the critical resources in the hands of first responders, survivors, and families. We repealed the individual mandate tax at the heart of Obamacare. We threw away the board of bureaucrats which was set up to ration your healthcare.”

“So, look, I can go on all day. There’s so much to talk about. But, my colleagues and I are aware that these are not just our accomplishments, they are yours,” McConnell said to the crowd. “You were called names because of your values. you were mocked for the way you voted. But, today, with our economy booming, our military rebuilding, and hope coming back into communities that were left behind, it’s your idea and your values that are turning this country around.”

Check out more of his comments from the summit below:

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