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Liberals meltdown after Mitch McConnell tells Sunday shows that Neil Gorsuch 'will be' confirmed

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) confirms on Sunday talk shows that Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch "will be" confirmed this week — one way or another. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) drew the hilarious ire of liberals Sunday after confirming the worst news Democrats have heard since Trump defeated Hillary Clinton last November.

Speaking on the Sunday talk shows, McConnell explained that Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorusch will be confirmed this week no matter what.

"We're going to confirm Judge Gorsuch this week," he said on "Fox News Sunday." "The way in which that occurs is in the hands of the Democratic minority."

He reiterated his comments in an interview with NBC's "Meet the Press."

"Neil Gorsuch will be confirmed this week," McConnell told show host Chuck Todd.

Democrats have been staunch in their opposition to Gorsuch ever since President Donald Trump announced that Gorsuch was his pick to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, who suddenly passed away last February.

Mostly, Democrats oppose Gorusch because they believe that he will reinforce a conservative bend on the Supreme Court, which would then, most likely, rule against Democratic laws and policy initiatives. Democrats also oppose Gorsuch because he is an "originalist," or someone who intercepts the Constitution by considering what the Founders meant when they wrote it.

This view of the Constitution, liberals believe, will reverse "progress" made by recent Democratic administrations, both in the White House and in state capitols across the country.

Needless to say, Democrats were seething after McConnell's comments on TV Sunday. They were also angry because McConnell explained why the Senate didn't hold a vote on former President Barack Obama's nominee to replace Scalia, Merrick Garland.


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