SC Nominee Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Delayed With Sexual Misconduct Allegations Surfacing

President Trump’s pick for Supreme Court may not be confirmed as soon as originally thought.

More details are coming forth about the sexual misconduct allegations against nominee, Bret Kavanaugh.

Christine Ford told the Washington Post that at a high school party in the 80’s, Kavanaugh “stumbling drunk, corralled her into a bedroom, pinned her to a bed and groped her.”

She continues to say another person watched as Kavanaugh put his hand over her mouth when she tried to scream.

Kavanaugh says he “categorically and unequivocally denies the allegations.”

Democrats now want Thursday’s scheduled confirmation vote delayed.

Because Republicans have control of the Senate, Democrats cannot stop Kavanaugh’s confirmation unless some Republicans make a rare decision to break with the party and vote against him.