I mean yes he is a conservative leaning judge.. But to characterize his position as "far right" seems an attempt to sensationalize this…
— Peter Dalglish (@peter_dalglish) June 26, 2017
Reuters seems to be having some trouble processing Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch’s conservatism:
Trump appointee Gorsuch takes far right positions on U.S. high court https://t.co/8jg8cJdzRv
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) June 26, 2017
Is our Constitution represents far right?
— Juliana Stone (@AY4WEB) June 26, 2017
The MSM's definition of upholding the Constitution/ law is "far right" https://t.co/euggMAOeSK
— WhigsnTwigs (@WhigsnTwigs) June 26, 2017
C’mon, Reuters. You guys could at least try to appear objective. Just a little bit.
I highly doubt Reuters introduced Kagan or Sotomayor or anyone for that matter as "far left." https://t.co/GIbDe4EVUh
— Rory Cooper (@rorycooper) June 27, 2017
I’m looking for your similar descriptions of Sotomayor but can’t find them.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) June 26, 2017
— (((AG))) (@AG_Conservative) June 26, 2017
Curiouser and curiouser… https://t.co/1M9eWzuBxz
— Pradheep Shanker MD (@Neoavatara) June 26, 2017
Oh well. If Reuters was trying to make us uneasy about Gorsuch, mission NOT accomplished.
The good news keeps coming. https://t.co/V26s9o2Qsk
— jon gabriel (@exjon) June 26, 2017