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Cory Booker 16h
President Trump should not be able to nominate a justice while he’s a subject of a criminal investigation that just resulted in the indictment of 12 Russian government intelligence agents for attacking our democracy in 2016 with the goal of helping Trump get elected.
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Ed Markey 12h
Why are Republicans willing to rubber stamp President Trump’s nominee when they are openly questioning his judgment on Russia? If he’s betraying our democracy overseas, how can they trust him to appoint the deciding vote on our highest court?
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Senator Joe Manchin 19h
I take my responsibility to advise & consent on a nominee to the very seriously. As I did when Merrick Garland & Neil Gorsuch were nominated, I am evaluating Judge Kavanaugh’s record, legal qualifications, judicial philosophy & particularly, his views on healthcare.
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Karl Frisch Jul 11
When a Judge racks up $200,000 in credit card debt on something as frivolous as baseball tickets, it’s not just bad judgement, it’s a blackmail risk. Oh, and he’s being appointed to by a President who needs a favor? Grrrreeeeeaaaat.
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Reverend Al Sharpton Jul 15
Senator Cory Booker discusses the threat, Trump choosing a judge while under investigation being a conflict of interests, checks and balances, and more.
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Steve Vladeck 13h
It's hard to imagine a moment in which a single Senator in the majority could have more leverage to accomplish something meaningful than when the Senate is effectively divided 50-49, there's a confirmation in the offing, & the Senator has already announced his departure.
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Harvey J Kaye 9h
Flake and Corker lament... But will they break with Trump on his nomination? Nah.
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Planned Parenthood Action Jul 14
Don't be fooled by right-wing media outlets: Brett Kavanaugh is no moderate. And his record proves that he would gut Roe v. Wade if confirmed to the Supreme Court.
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lil bit Irish 16h
Im telling you what. A president who doesn’t fulfill his duties laid out in the Constitution SHOULD NOT get to pick someone whose job is to interpret it.
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Planned Parenthood Action Jul 12
We won't go back. Call your senators to → 202-684-2473
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Planned Parenthood Action Jul 12
"I am the mom I am today because of the abortion I had when I was 23. I'm able to look at my son and, my body willing, my future son, and tell him that we was chosen freely and with love." - , Planned Parenthood patient 💫
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Jeremy Dickey 16h
If you think his statements were really that bad, then maybe ugh don't vote for his nominee until the people vote in the midterms?
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The Leadership Conference 14h
THREAD. It's not just : With the help of and , Trump is trying to take over the entire federal bench. While we fight to , here's what you should know this week about the lower courts and Trump's judicial takeover.
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Emoluments Clause Jul 11
:How are Dems supposed to respect the Roberts when they were CHEATED with , 's exit was COORDINATED with admin, and now is coming in to THWART probe? How folks?!
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Senator Mazie Hirono Jul 12
The fight for matters. Who sits on our courts matters. And how we exercise our Constitutional duty to examine a nominee for the highest court in the land matters. We need to mobilize and stay engaged for the long haul in the fight for a fair and independent judiciary.
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Kathy Jul 11
The GOP is spending millions to confirm Kavanaugh. Special Interest and dark money is now involved in the Supreme Court. This will lead to amicus briefs (friends of the court) which can have a bearing on cases.
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Julio Santana 11h
Serious Question: why is a "president" who is actively and PROUDLY committing get to nominate a justice? Like, those dudes are there for life...
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Richard Angwin Jul 11
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Newt Gingrich Jul 11
The so-called Biden rule the have been trying to use as an excuse to avoid confirming ' nominee is simply baloney. This is not a presidential year. The Senate Democrats need to do their job.
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Jonathan Van Ness 16h
This is a sitting senator & veteran. This is very real , we can’t appoint a nom by a president who sides with Russia.
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