Since some here expressed an aversion to buzzfeed the last time I submitted a buzzfeed article, which I'm not saying is a wholly unreasonable position, here's the BBC article saying pretty much the same thing.
And then the Democrats interfered in the constitutional process whereby we select our supreme court justices.
I can't tell if you're referring to actual events surrounding the change in nomination from Bork to Kennedy, or if you're using the sentence as a sarcastic/rhetorical device, giving McConnell's perspective, like you go on to do again later.
Campaign emails be damned; To Trump, I think this is primarily about shoeing someone in there as quickly as possible who can be trusted to interpret election discrepancies in his favor. I just wonder at what level those talks are proceeding. "So, Ted Cruz," (yes, everyone, he's forreal on Trump's proposed SCOTUS nomination list) "...Mail-in ballots, amirite? They're terrible! A Chinese invention, people are saying."
Sidenote: hey mk, would you prefer if we wrote it like "QA---" or whatever, to avoid potential influxes of unwanted idiots? I know of another website that does this. At least, I think that's why they do it.