Democrat running against McConnell says she would’ve voted for Kavanaugh, then changes mind

Seante Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is up for re-election in 2020.

He’ll win handily but that won’t stop Democrats from spending and wasting money as they target McConell’s seat. The candidate the donkeys are hoping takes out the longtime Kentucky senator is already proving to be a disaster.

Amy McGrath, a former fighter pilot and mother of three, is seeking to become the next senator from Kentucky. McGrath, in an interview with Louisville’s Courier Journal, said she would’ve voted to confirm Kavanaugh.

McGrath said the while she did find Dr. Ford’s testimony compelling that she believed Kavanaugh was more than qualified and that she would’ve voted to confirm him. Then she abruptly changed her mind.

This self-made mess comes just one day after she announced her candidacy.

Congrats on re-election, Senator McConnell.

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