Here It Is, The “Dirt” That Democrats Think Will Derail Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh’s Chances Of Being Confirmed …

Kirsters Baish| President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee to replace Justice Kennedy, Brett Kavanaugh, seems to strongly dislike failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. In fact, opposition research accuses Kavanaugh of having called Hillary Clinton a “b*tch” 21 years ago. The comment took place when the nominee was with friends in a private setting. It was reported that he mouthed the word, but never actually said it out loud.

The Gateway Pundit explains that “The fate of Kavanaugh’s nomination to the high court apparently depends on whether this is seen as a resume enhancer or a nomination killer.”

Robert Costa of the Washington Post sent out a tweet recently which included a segment from a novel that was written by a former conservative reporter, who turned into a Democratic Party activist. David Brock wrote the book about a get tougher that he went to at Laura Ingraham’s home back in 1997. The group had gathered together to watch Bill Clinton’s State of the Union address.

Brock stated in the book that he had seen Kavanaugh, who was working for Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr at the time. (He was investigating the Clintons.) Brock explained that he saw Kavanaugh mouthing “b*tch” when then First Lady Hillary Clinton came on the television screen. Brock stated that he was so bothered by it that he had to leave the room and smoke a cigarette.

Costa included the following segment from page 306 of Brock’s book, “Blinded by the Right.”

Take a look at President Trump’s announcement of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination below:

Leave it to liberal America to lose their minds over a comment someone made more than twenty years ago. Does it really come as a surprise that they would do anything they could do to find something wrong with a candidate that Trump picked? Let’s be honest, if everyone who ever said a bad thing about Hillary Clinton was booted from Washington, the place would be a ghost town.