Earlier today, Senate Judiciary Democrats elected to be the adults in the room by not being in the room during the vote to proceed with Amy Coney Barrett’s SCOTUS nomination.
JUST IN: Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously votes on nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, 12-0, as committee Democrats boycotted the roll call. https://t.co/N7iWPeQZnX pic.twitter.com/jSssZuTl5Y
— ABC News (@ABC) October 22, 2020
In their place were cutouts of “people benefiting from the Affordable Care Act.”
But why would they go and do a thing like that? What makes Amy Coney Barrett so objectionable that they can’t even be bothered to show up for a vote on her?
Mary Katharine Ham may have figured it out:
When you can’t casually accuse someone of running a gang rape ring with no evidence, why even show up to work anymore? The thrill is gone. https://t.co/ENMTRe6D8w
— Mary Katharine Ham (@mkhammer) October 22, 2020
The good ole days. Sigh.
— Ward Henneker (@Bama6895) October 22, 2020
If only the attacks on Amy Coney Barrett’s family and faith would’ve stuck!
I used to like you.
— Prof. Roy Hinkley (@bigdogup) October 22, 2020
Well, you should absolutely love her now. Because she’s just awesome.
— Len (@profofacct1) October 22, 2020
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