Tuesday, September 22, 2020 3:11 AM EDT(updated every 5 minutes)
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Important historical context:
Every time there has been a vacancy on #SCOTUS in a presidential election year, the president has made a nomination.
Of the 19 times, the president and the Senate majority were of the same party, the Senate confirmed the nominee 17 times. https://t.co/Wc3vPNW6ob
(2/2) Confirming a Supreme Court nominee during a presidential election year when the White House and Senate majority are of the same party is consistent with precedent.
Historically, in a presidential election year when a U.S. President and the Senate majority represent the same political party, a new justice has been nominated and confirmed. I have confidence that my colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee will give (2/3)
RT @MarshaBlackburn: 29 times in American history there was an open Supreme Court vacancy in a presidential election year.
All 29 times t…
It is disturbing and hypocritical that Republican Senators would attempt to fill this vacancy now while Americans across the country have already begun casting their ballots in this presidential election…
Twenty-nine times there has been a vacancy in a presidential election year. Presidents have made nominations all 29 times. That's what presidents do. If there's a vacancy, they make a nomination. #SCOTUS https://t.co/r1qlMURX11