Schumer also criticized Barrett for her evasiveness, saying she"answered nothing of substance" over days in her confirmation hearings. Barrett revealed little about her position on key topics when senators asked her about her views on abortion, the Affordable Care Act, climate change and other issues that will likely come before the Supreme Court.
"If the Republican majority gets its way, she will be a justice on the highest court in the country, but apparently the American people do not deserve to hear anything about her views," Schumer said.Schumer said Barrett's views are"so far away from what the average American believes" and"would do so much damage to the fundamental structure and comity of this country."
He added:"I just hope and pray two Republicans will see the light and realize that we should not nominate any nominee before the election, which is two weeks and one day away."Barrett also declined to say if she would recuse herself from cases involving the election. Trump has previously said he wanted to fill the late Justice
's seat on the court in time to resolve any election-related disputes that may arise. Ginsburg, a feminist and liberal icon, died aged 87 last month.If confirmed, Barrett could cast the deciding vote on such matters to benefit Republicans.On Monday,
a deadlocked Supreme Court let stand a rulingthat allows Pennsylvania election officials to count mail-in ballots received up to three days after Election Day.Republicans, including Trump's campaign, have opposed the extension in the key battleground state, seen as a victory for Democrats, who have requested mail-in ballots in far greater numbers.
Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the third day of her confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC., on October 14, 2020. Read more: Newsweek »
Spain's BBVA and Sabadell end tie-up talks, TSB up for sale
BBVA and Sabadell ended merger talks on Friday after they failed to agree on price, stalling a wave of Spanish bank tie-ups and putting Sabadell's loss-making British lender TSB on the block.
She good I an republican but if she was not good I say no but she has all good stuff
Senate to work through weekend to push Barrett onto courtThe Senate is on track with a rare weekend session to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court by next Monday. Democrats decry the rush, but don't have the votes to block the installation of President Trump's pick before Election Day. Maybe they should work through the weekend to get our stimulus senatemajldr SpeakerPelosi realDonaldTrump 8 million more people fell into poverty when dwell unemployment benefits ran out. We need a stimulus check!
Here are the Senate races to watch, as Democrats battle to take control from RepublicansIf Democrats take control of the U.S. Senate , that could shake up key sectors such as tech, health care, finance and energy — especially if the Nov. 3... Better tweet: 'Here are the Senate races to watch, as Republicans battle to stave off communist (d)emocrat control'.
Democrats are looking to flip Arizona Senate seatFormer McCain Senior Adviser Mark Salter says Arizona is “trending purple”: “It’s a changing state demographically and that’s affecting its politics.”
Latest House and Senate ratings show Democrats increasingly competitive in Republican areasWith a little more than two weeks to go before Election Day, the national environment continues to look bright for Democrats, who are trying to flip the Senate and grow their House majority -- not to mention kick President Donald Trump out of the White House. Bias much? I thought the media was supposed to be unbiased. WakeUpAmerica CNN was saying the exact same thing 4 years ago btw. Fake News uses Suppression polls. Make sure you vote for Trump and Republican senators.
Ernst Struggles in Iowa as Republicans Battle to Hold Senate Amid Trump's WoesSIOUX CITY, Iowa -- The Toby Keith music blared from loudspeakers as Sen. Joni Ernst, carrying an energy drink, worked a crowd of bikers in this town near the Nebraska border, shaking hands and giving out hugs.Human-size Trump signs stood in the Harley-Davidson store parking lot beneath a bright, almost
Dem US Senate candidates Warnock, Ossoff say Georgia is changing'There's a reason that Mitch McConnell is literally spending more money to defeat me and Reverend Warnock than any other democrats in America. Because these races are so tight here in Georgia,' says Jon Ossoff on the 2 competitive Senate races in Georgia. Lol lend us your voice EndSARS EndPoliceBrutalityinNigera EndBadGoveranceInNigeria McConnell also knows that Georgia state Republican officials will use active measures to suppress and discourage voting.