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Elizabeth Elliott
TEA Party Mom worried about the future for her kids.
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Darrell B. Harrison 5h
Trust me, if it were Justice Clarence Thomas who had died, liberals wouldn't care in the least what his "dying wishes" might have been.
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Matt Walsh 2h
To be clear, I wanted McConnell to refuse to hold hearings for Garland because I didn’t want Garland on the court. I want the hearings now because I do want Trump’s pick on the court. That’s the way the game is played, you dumb whiners. It’s not “hypocrisy,” it’s just politics.
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Dan Scavino🇺🇸🦅 3h
🗣FILL THAT SEAT‼️
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Elizabeth Elliott 46m
Replying to @KalV194 @marklevinshow
He cares.
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Mark R. Levin 5h
Replying to @marklevinshow
3. In fact, it would be absurd for a Republican president not to nominate, and a Republican Senate not to act, on filling a Supreme Court vacancy.  This is what all presidents have done under similar circumstances.
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Mark R. Levin 5h
Replying to @marklevinshow
2. But there's nothing unconstitutional, unlawful, immoral, improper, or hypocritical about the president nominating a candidate and the Senate confirming him or her.
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Mark R. Levin 5h
1. Susan Collins and Mitt Romney don't run this country.  If they want to leave open the possibility that a Democrat might appoint the next Supreme Court justice, their constituents should punish them at the ballot box.
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BugsBunny 9h
Perception: “Young people selfishly kill grandma by refusing to lockdown” Reality: “Young people bravely protect grandma by taking on the minimal risk of a moderate flu to accelerate immunity” The media and public health officials are conspirators in the fraud
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Matt Batzel Sep 18
Yes, Trump has time to nominate and get his nominee confirmed to the Supreme Court. EVERY SINGLE VOTE ON A NOMINEE OF THE LAST 45 YEARS was voted on in less time than what Trump has between now and the end of his current term.
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James Woods 10h
“The president has the constitutional DUTY to nominate; the Senate has the constitutional OBLIGATION to provide advice and consent. It is written plainly in the Constitution that both presidents and senators swear an oath to uphold and defend.” - Joe Biden
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John Cardillo 10h
Don’t straddle the fence, be clear. Will you expedite committee hearings and a vote, or not?
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Kelb Hull 12h
Just dug up this clip of Obama in 2016: "When there is a vacancy on the SCOTUS, the President is to nominate someone, the Senate is to consider that nomination... There's no unwritten law that says that it can only be done on off-years. That's not in the Constitution text."
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Fiery but peaceful Mike 14h
George Washington and the other founding fathers also left instructions.
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Steven Crowder 14h
The party that verifiably, falsely slandered and labeled Kavanaugh a “gang rapist” in front of his family and the whole world no longer gets to lecture us on decorum. Now, we make it sting.
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Elizabeth Elliott 12h
Replying to @kevincorke
True.
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Elizabeth Elliott 12h
Replying to @AlexBerenson
Nope. History shows a Senate and President of same party puts through the nominee without delay.
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Dan Bongino 13h
DO NOT be intimidated by the ultra-violent Left. We already know who they are, they’ve burned enough cities down to show us. But we cannot be held hostage to their out-of-control rage. We don’t want this, but if they want a fight, then we’ll be prepared. Justice will prevail.
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John Cardillo 13h
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John Cardillo 13h
Why Can't We Talk About George Soros’s Plan To Remake America? Great breakdown by ⁦⁩. cc:⁦⁩ ⁦
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Donald J. Trump 13h
. We were put in this position of power and importance to make decisions for the people who so proudly elected us, the most important of which has long been considered to be the selection of United States Supreme Court Justices. We have this obligation, without delay!
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