Harmeet Dhillon Appears on Fox Business’ ‘Lou Dobbs Tonight’ To Discuss Senator Flake and Midterms Battle
According to Dhillon:
I’m disgusted [to Senator Flake]. It is high time this man leave the Senate. Clearly, he has some post-senate game that he’s playing here, but even so, he should be doing his job right now. I would hope to give the benefit of the doubt to Senator Flake that if somebody accused him of something like this, he would be righteously angry like any good man would be. That’s the only way to react when you’re falsely accused of a crime like this. He’s way out of line in criticizing. The senators have all sat there in judgment. Many of them [the senators] are philandering and have drinking problems, all kinds of character issues, gas lighting this man [Judge Kavanaugh]. They accuse him, feign shock, and clutch their pearls when he acts like a human being. It’s ridiculous.
I can imagine it [having his fate in the hands of anyone like Jeff Flake]. Everybody who might be up for judicial confirmation is imagining it right now and they’re horrified at what they’re seeing. They’re horrified that they will be judged by this crew of illegitimate characters. They are demonizing, attacking, and destroying innocent people. It’s not worth it when you look at that to see what you have to go through. The Left has lost all scruples and they’re being joined by a couple of flaky Republicans as well. This is a low point in my 30-years-plus in politics seeing what happened this past week in Washington is really a low point for America. There is some hope. Lindsey Graham did a terrific job this past week and Senator Corker came out and said, “I’m voting for Kavanaugh.”
In North Dakota, Heidi Heitkamp is under a lot of pressure. She hasn’t committed herself yet. That’s looking good for us as well. The polls are looking good on this Kavanaugh issue. It galvanized the Republicans. If we can deliver for the voters and first of all deliver this confirmation, it’s going to be very important. And then keep people focused on what the Democrats are about and what’s at stake for our country. I think we can do well. In California, where I’m sitting, is a battleground for taking back the house for the Democrats. They are fighting very hard here. We’re fighting back as well. The problem is that we [the Republicans] are playing by these old school rules and the Democrats have moved on from them. The Democrats will stop at nothing to win and we Republicans are still playing croquet. That’s not going to work today. We have to fight back.
We are fighting hard [in a war against decency and trust by the Left]. It is a matter of focusing on the races where we’re involved and where we can make a difference. We focus in Southern California where the number of races are at stake. We have resources there that they’re deploying and other parts of the country as well. I’m confident that we’re doing everything that we can to keep the seats at risk and win back some of the seats that we can.