BREAKING: Mitch McConnell Just Announced When The Senate Will Be Voting For Brett Kavanaugh

Democrats aren’t going to be too happy with the speech Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) just gave on the Senate Floor.

The times of endless Democrat obstruction on the Supreme Court are coming to a close. After detailing how Democrats have intentionally obstructed the Kavanaugh confirmation vote, McConnell said the vote will be THIS WEEK.

According to The Hill:

“The time for endless delay and obstruction has come to a close. Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination is out of committee. We’re considering it here on the floor and … we’ll be voting this week,” McConnell said.

McConnell’s comments, made during a Senate floor speech, comes as the FBI has to wrap up its investigation into multiple sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh by Friday.

GOP senators and aides have been careful not to pin down a specific timeline on Kavanaugh’s nomination, arguing that the FBI could wrap up its work before the Friday deadline.

Last Friday, Jeff Flake struck a last minute deal with Democrat Chris Coons to open an FBI investigation into Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged sexual assault misconduct despite every witness not corroborating her story.

Since the day President Trump announced Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, Democrats have opposed him. In fact, it took less than 24 hours for Bernie Sanders to call for a fight against him.

Senator Diane Feinstein then sat on the Christine Ford story until hours before the confirmation vote was scheduled.

Then Democrats demanded an FBI investigation. Now they’re demanding a wider scope for the FBI investigation.

It’s simple: No matter what happens, it will never be enough for the Democrats.