Kamala Harris Brett Kavanaugh and Cory Booker

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, center, coasted through the final round of questions from senators during his Senate confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.

Kavanaugh faced the stiffest opposition from senators like Kamala Harris (D-CA), left, and Cory Booker (D-NJ), right.

Judge Kavanaugh was hand-picked by President Trump to replace retired Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, 82.

The Democrats are eager to disrupt and delay the confirmation hearings.

Kamala Harris complained that Judge Kavanaugh would have derailed the Civil Rights movement if he were on the Supreme Court in 1950.

Booker said Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing was “the most important fight of our lifetimes.”

In one strange sequence of events on Wednesday, Booker asked Kavanaugh about emails from 18 years ago that discussed racial profiling.

The next morning, Booker released the emails, saying he knew he was violating Senate rules by releasing the documents, but he was ready to fall on his sword for his beliefs.

“I am going to release the e-mail about racial profiling and I understand that the penalty comes with potential ousting from the Senate,” said Booker.

He added: “This is about the closest I’ll probably ever have in my life to an, ‘I am Spartacus’ moment.”

But the emails were already cleared for release by the Republicans on Wednesday night — which prompted Republicans to accuse Booker of grandstanding for attention.

“All of this drama this morning apparently was for nothing and it’s unfortunate,” Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, told reporters after the third day of Kavanaugh’s hearing.

“Apparently, some just wanted to break the rules and make a scene, but didn’t check their email,” a spokesman for committee Republicans said in a statement.

“Clearly, he is running for president,” GOP Sen. John Thune later told Fox News, referring to Booker.

Republicans, who hold a 51-49 edge over Democrats in the House, have enough votes to confirm Judge Kavanaugh. Party leaders hope to have the judge confirmed by early October.