Ben Carson defends Kavanaugh says the opponent ‘desperate’ for the control of the courts

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson speaks Sept 2018 values Voter Summit in Washington. 21, 2018.

(Associated Press)

The controversy surrounding Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.of the enemy, “desperate” to get back the control over the courts, a member of President Trump, the Cabinet said Friday

Ben Carson, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, told a conservative audience at the annual values Voter Summit in Washington, the opponents of Kavanaugh want to “fundamentally change this country.” But the probability that the control of the courts by the looks of grim, Carson said, they are resorting to “the chaos and destruction.”

“And now they do not see themselves as being able to control the courts for the next generation,” said Carson. “So, what is left? The Chaos and destruction.”

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Kavanaugh was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in the 1980s, when the two were in high school. The judge has “categorically” denied the allegations and said he would testify to clear his name.

Carson went on as sexual predators are “abominable,” as the allegations against Kavanaugh which Carson said that he got during his career.

He described an incident in which he was accused of fathering a child outside of marriage. He said he was not intimidated, because “I knew that the only woman I had ever slept with in my whole life, my wife.”

“Having said that, we must also acknowledge that it told two sides to every story”, Carson.

Late Friday, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley other extension Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault, be granted to decide whether to testify before the panel in relation to your allegations against Kavanaugh.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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