Dems Try to Delay Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation Citing Safety Concerns

Amid news of the President’s hospitalization for coronavirus, as well as confirmation that numerous people who attended to the nomination ceremony of Amy Coney Barrett at the White House last Saturday became infected with Covid-19, the Democrats are trying to derail her process citing safety concerns.

In a letter on Saturday, top Democrats on the Senate judiciary committee argued that to “proceed at this juncture with a hearing to consider Judge Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court threatens the health and safety of all those who are called upon to do the work of this body.”

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The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to begin hearings on October 12, and although it says it has no intention of postponing confirmation hearings for Amy Coney Barrett, Democrats. According to Kevin Bishop, spokesperson for the committee, the hearings are “full steam ahead.” He made the comments in an interview with Fox News.

 

 

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