— Mar (@mm77atl) March 20, 2017
At a Senate committee hearing for President Trump’s SCOTUS nominee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein is sorely troubled by Neil Gorsuch’s beliefs:
Sen. Feinstein: "I find [Gorsuch's] originalist judicial philosophy to be really troubling." #Gorsuch
— The Daily Signal (@DailySignal) March 20, 2017
Feinstein says she finds Gorsuch's originalist philosophy troubling. Says Constitution is living document, should evolve with the country.
— Emily Holden (@emilyhholden) March 20, 2017
Feinstein concerned by Gorsuch rep as originalist pic.twitter.com/T8QWVRh6FJ
— Bill McConnell (@BillMcConnellIV) March 20, 2017
And why doesn’t Feinstein believe “originalists” should be on the bench in 2017? Witch burning could make a comeback. No, seriously:
Sen Feinstein attacks "originalist" philosphy of Gorsuch. Notes in 1789, it wasn't long ago "women had been burned at stake for witchcraft."
— carl hulse (@hillhulse) March 20, 2017
Oh, that’s totally relevant!
Is this being used as an argument to advocate against the Constitution? https://t.co/36Vbs7vjag
— Deborah Wiseman (@sweetdee1589) March 20, 2017
Feinstein tries so very hard.
Feinstein says the Constitution was written "not so long" after women were burned as witches. Uh, they were almost a century apart.
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) March 20, 2017
Maybe the longtime Senate Democrat doesn’t history much.
Sen Feinstein doesn't seem to realize an entire century passed between the Salem witch trials & the adoption of the US Constitution #Gorsuch
— Eric Scheidler (@EricScheidler) March 20, 2017
Feinstein talks about burning witches at the stake, which is totally relevant to a Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
— Kemberlee Kaye (@KemberleeKaye) March 20, 2017
It’s in the Constitution right next to “and we the founders don’t know about technological advancement so…ya know…ban guns and stuff." https://t.co/tqd9YyfXZI
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) March 20, 2017
Jeez, Feinstein isn't that smart. This is embarrassing.
— Jon (@Jon_D_) March 20, 2017
# of women in the colonies who were burned for witchcraft = 0 https://t.co/tUQzZbyN25
— streiff RS (@streiffredstate) March 20, 2017
Keep reaching, senator.
AWKWARD: Senate Dems (including Feinstein) voted UNANIMOUSLY to confirm Gorsuch in 2006https://t.co/EgFFxGWqOt
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 20, 2017