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Americans want judges 'who understand the difference between - making the law and applying the law'

Posted: Sep 22nd, 2020 - 6:01 am

Senator says Dems view Supreme Court as 'rubber stamp for their radical left-wing agenda'..

The Senate will not wait on processing a nominee to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark.


With 43 days left before the presidential election, Cotton told MacCallum he’s certain Trump will be reelected and voters will return a Republican Senate majority.

“[Americans] want to see judges on the Supreme Court who understand the difference between making the law and applying the law,” he said. “In part because they see what the Democrats are already promising to do and now they've started threatening it even more explicitly since Justice Ginsburg's death on Friday.”


Several prominent Democrats have threatened to “pack” the Supreme Court if the vacancy left by Ginsburg's death is filled before an election in which Democrats take the White House and Senate. According to Cotton, Democrats see the highest court in the land as nothing more than a “rubber stamp for their radical left-wing agenda.”

“That's a reason why the American people are not going to vote for Democrats come November 3rd,” he said. “But whatever happens in terms of the timing of the president's nomination, the Senate will move forward without delay. We'll take a careful, thorough, deliberate approach to it and we will confirm that nominee. I am confident.”


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