Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been through a week of media crucifixion as Democrats have done everything in their power to keep the accusation that he sexually assaulted someone when he was a teen circulating in the public.

Like much of America, Kavanaugh has had enough of the nonsense and penned a letter to Sen. Chuck Grassley letting him know, according to the DailyWire:

Dear Chairman Grassley:

Thank you for the invitation to appear before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary on Monday, September 24. I will be there. I look forward to the opportunity to testify before the Committee.

I also appreciate the time that Committee staff took to interview me on Monday, September 17. During that interview, I twice requested a Committee hearing for the following day, Tuesday, September 18. I continue to want a hearing as soon as possible, so that I can clear my name.

Since the moment I first heard this allegation, I have categorically and unequivocally denied it. I remain committed to defending my integrity.

Sincerely,

Brett M. Kavanagh

Kavanaugh has been more than willing to testify in front of Congress about these allegations against him, however, his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, and Democrats have been giving the Senate committee the runaround, first refusing to testify, then offering that it happen on Thursday with special conditions that would weigh solely in the Democrats’ favor.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has recently stated with certainty that Kavanaugh will be the next Supreme Court Justice.