Ruth Bader Ginsburg
President Trump's third appointee gives conservatives a dominant 6-3 majority on the nation’s highest court.
Looks like it's just Susan Collins now, after Lisa Murkowski pulled a big flip-flop, despite her issues with the rushed process to get Barrett on the Supreme Court.
The Senate Judiciary Committee held the vote without any Democratic members present.
“I believe that racism persists in our country, but as I explained at the hearing, whether there is ‘systemic racism’ is a public policy question of substantial controversy," she wrote.
She joined an opinion that reversed a $6.7 million lawsuit because “no reasonable jury could find the sexual assaults were in the scope of his employment.”
Sen. Dianne Feinstein managed to infuriate liberals even more when she praised Graham for his "leadership."
Steve Buscemi, Laura Linney, John Turturro, and more than two dozen others read from the late justice's spiciest opinions and dissents.
Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court agreed that "no one is above the law," but that's as far as she went.
The nominee also dodged a question about recusing herself from a challenge to the 2020 election.
It came up in their opening statements. A lot.
The Trump administration spent the summer trying to get the Food and Drug Administration to re-impose restrictions on the abortion pill, despite the ongoing pandemic.
"We can slow it down perhaps a matter of hours, maybe days at the most, but we can't stop the outcome,” said Sen. Dick Durbin.