Not at all.
Merrick Garland wasn't confirmed to the SCOTUS. While I disagree with the GOP denying him confirmation due to it being late in the term, Democrats who are engaging in sour grapes over it need to remember that this tactic WAS THEIR IDEA. When George W Bush was late in his term leading Democrats began telegraphing that if Bush were to get another nomination, they would simply not confirm the nominee no matter who it was. As it turns out, Bush never got a nominee, but Republicans were listening and knew full well what Democrats were intending to do.
Kavanaugh is also not illegitimate. Christine Ford offered no verifiable details that the party she claimed Kavanaugh attacked her at even took place. Her best friend from high school denied they were ever at such a party, and Ford changed her story as the scandal unfolded.
Ford was interviewed by the FBI who did not find her credible. Nor did a seasoned prosecutor who questioned her at the hearing. Nor, it seems, did Dianne Feinstein herself. Feinstein held Ford back as a last ditch effort to delay the process. If Ford had a believable case, Feinstein would have wanted her out as early as possible to ensure that investigators had as much time as possible to dig up corroborating details. By holding her until the end, Feinstein effectively is showing that she knew Ford wouldn't hold up to scrutiny.
More recently, Ford's own attorney admitted that Ford was motivated by politics. The NY Times recently attempted a hatchet job on Kavanaugh by revisiting some of this, but later admitted that it hadn't actually uncovered any new information.
The fact that Democrats have turned destroying people's lives with false sexual accusations like this into part of their standard tactics such as with Ford and Anita Hill is really sad. No evidence was provided against Kavanaugh and yet they act like he's automatically guilty. Awful.
And now we're hearing that Democrats intend to pack the court to get their way. The party is shamelessly looking to stage a takeover of the judicial branch because they still can't get over the fact that they lost 2016. I've been really cross with Republicans lately as they abandon all but the thinnest pretense of being pro-market, but everytime I get upset, I look over at the Democrats and how they are openly calling for an end to any kind of limitations on their power, and it's terrifying. It really is. I've never seen a US party so power hungry.