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Senate Republican Communications Center 12h
Democrats said they'd try every trick to delay Judge Barrett. Now they're pretending they want to pass COVID relief ASAP. But Sen. Schumer tried 4x this week to adjourn the Senate until November. And Democrats filibustered an aid package on Wednesday!
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Senate Republican Communications Center 12h
MCCONNELL: From the announcement of the nomination to the start of the hearings, eight Supreme Court confirmations in the last 60 years moved more quickly than this one. There is no argument that Judge Barrett’s nomination has moved at some break-neck pace. Facts are facts.
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Senate Republican Communications Center 14h
MCCONNELL: Judge Barrett’s confirmation process has followed every rule. It’s followed the Constitution in every respect. We have abided by the norms and traditions dictated by our history. And we’re going to vote tomorrow.
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Leader McConnell 15h
Democrats cannot use “illegitimate” as a synonym for “we didn’t get our way.” Democrats keep demanding the President repeat that the election will be valid even if he dislikes the outcome. But they're flunking that test badly with Judge Barrett's nomination.
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Senate Republican Communications Center 15h
MCCONNELL: There is no inconsistency between the Republican Senate’s decision in 2016 and our decision to confirm Judge Barrett this year. Both followed precedent. Let’s go through the facts one more time.
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Leader McConnell 19h
For the third time this year, the Trump administration’s efforts have guided an historic step forward in the Middle East. Yesterday’s announcement of normalized relations between Israel and Sudan is good news for peace-loving people everywhere.
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Senate Republican Communications Center Oct 23
MCCONNELL: Judge Barrett's process is backed by precedent, totally within Senate rules and the Constitution. A full and normal process for a brilliant nominee. In about 72 hours, I anticipate we’ll have a new Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
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Senate Cloakroom Oct 23
Leader McConnell has filed cloture on Executive Calendar #890 Amy Coney Barrett to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Senate Republican Communications Center Oct 23
81 of Judge Barrett’s law school classmates: "We share the view that the highest court in the land deserves jurists of the highest caliber of intellect matched with the fair-mindedness, empathy, integrity, humility, and commitment to justice that Judge Barrett embodies."
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Senate Republican Communications Center Oct 23
Throughout Judge Barrett's career, her peers and professional colleagues have unfailingly been impressed with her "exceptional qualities" including "the depth and breadth of her legal mind" and her "fairness, decency, generosity, and hard work."
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Senate Republican Communications Center Oct 22
Sen. Schumer has resorted to shameless misstatements about what Republicans said in 2016. He’s entitled to vote however he wants on Judge Barrett. He is not entitled to make up fake history. 🔻
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Senate Republican Communications Center Oct 22
MCCONNELL: Polls show majority support for confirming Judge Barrett and overwhelming opposition to court-packing. The American people are glad that Franklin Roosevelt didn’t get to blow up our independent judiciary in 1937 and they strongly oppose Democrats’ threats now.
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Leader McConnell Oct 22
With no good arguments to stop Judge Barrett, Democrats have resorted to blatant falsehoods. Inventing fake Lincoln quotes. Lying about this moving faster than many past confirmations. Facts, not falsehoods, are going to carry the day in the Senate.
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Senate Republican Communications Center Oct 22
MCCONNELL: Outside pressure groups have been badgering the Leader Schumer to act angrier. I’m just sorry for the Senate that he obeys them. Sorry he felt the need to publicly brag he’d scolded Sen. Feinstein for being too civil. Americans deserve better.
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Leader McConnell Oct 22
This morning, the Judiciary Committee reported Judge Barrett’s nomination to the Senate floor. Their unanimous recommendation was that she be confirmed. This nomination will receive an up-or-down vote on the Senate floor in the next several days.
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Senate Republican Communications Center Oct 22
MCCONNELL: Sen. Schumer's histrionics are proving just as unpersuasive outside this chamber as they have proven inside of it. His anger and false statements have failed to persuade the Senate and the American people. A majority of the country wants Judge Barrett confirmed.
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U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. Oct 22
. ➡️ Senate floor Looking forward to confirming our exceptionally well-qualified nominee to soon. Judge Amy Coney Barrett will make all of Louisiana proud.
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Joni Ernst Oct 22
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Senate Judiciary Oct 22
The Senate Judiciary Committee has unanimously and favorably reported to the floor the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to be an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Senate Republicans Oct 22
✓ APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY Judge Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court has been approved (unanimously!) by the Judiciary Committee. The nomination now moves to the Senate floor for a final confirmation vote.
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