Barrett quoted the ‘Ginsburg rule’ in refusing to remain busy in hypotheticals.
Day two of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court decision hearings covered up Tuesday evening, ending a marathon session in which Democrats pressed the Judge on her positions on matters such as abortion.
Gay rights as Barrett repeatedly raise objections quoted the ‘Ginsburg rule’ in denying to engage in theoretical.
Here are the six key points from day two of hearing:
- Barrett imprints by responding to full day’s interrogating without using points
After hours of answering questions on her legal philosophy and remembering her own judgment. Those of other courts. Sen, John Cornyn R-Texas asked Barrett for how she prepared.
- Barrett quotes ‘Ginsburg rule’ in rejecting to give her views on theoretical cases
Senate Judiciary Committee raking nominee Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif, asked via Barrett’s decision hearing.
- Barrett is sure about her view would be cartooned
Democrats strongly abundance Barrett with interrogations on hot-button cases that might have stood at odds with her faith.
- Barett interrogated by VP member Kamala Harris
Sen, Kamala Harris, D-Calif, the Democratic VP. a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee put a large opening view before pushing Judge Amy Coney Barret.
- Barrett stated Roe v. Wade is not ‘super precedent’
Initially, albeit indecisive sneak peeks into the way Barrett might handle an abortion case. She shared with Sen. Amy Klobuchar that Roe v. Wade was not a ‘super precedent’.
- Sen. Hirono asks Barrett if she is ever attacked any person, hits judge for term ‘sexual preference
Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, shared her interrogating period by a
shocking wave the Senate for choosing to go ahead with the decision hearings. And not working on the pandemic coronavirus relief.