Critics piled on Sen. Cory Booker, D.N.J. SCOTUS nominee judge Amy Connie Barrett on her conduct at the confirmed hearing.
Barrett was repeatedly grilled by Democratic lawmakers over their previous comments about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), another legal challenge to Obama-era legislation, which was enacted by the Supreme Court just a week after the election Heard.
Booker pressed Barrett if it is “unreasonable for people to fear” that the ACA would be overturned with him on the back to select President Trump’s previous commitments, which would reverse his legitimacy.
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Barrett replied, “Well Senator, I want to stress to you, Senator Booker, because I have emphasized some of your colleagues today.” Independent under Article Three. And I do not take orders from the executive branch or the legislative branch- ”
“I understand that,” Booker interrupted. “Can I calm my question because I don’t think you understand it … I am asking you only as an act of sympathy, can you understand the fear displayed by those of us ? ”
Hill media reporter Joe Concha observed that Booker “interrupted Barrett 9 times in less than 20 minutes.”
However, other critics accused the former presidential candidate of appointing female Trump.
“Why did Corey Booker ask him a question, then interrupt his answer? #Mansplaining” RedState contributor Mickey also responded.
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“Corey Booker is Manspling. Those are your rules,” author Carmine Sabia tweeted.
“Corey Booker can’t stop Amy Connie Barrett from tampering with her ‘mansplaining’. Have given up on these hideous acts of misunderstanding?” Human Events managing editor Ian Miles Cheong asked.
The topic of “mansplaining” was highly prevalent during last week during the Vice President’s debate with members of the main media, accusing Vice President Mike Pence of “Mansplaining” Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California.
ABC News anchor George Stephenophaus said, “Mike Pence is a former television commentator, he has a very calm attitude, but I think many people were noticing some ‘mansplaining’ going on tonight.”
“I don’t know. I didn’t see it that way. George. It didn’t dawn on me,” former Bush aide Sarah Fagan replied. “I don’t think he should have stopped talking a little early, but I don’t think he was insulting any women.”
ABC News correspondent Martha Reddge also rejected the idea that Pence was “mansplaining”.
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“When I listen to people … talk about mansplaining and these things with Kamala Harris and [say], ‘A man should not interrupt him and it looks bad’ … Kamala Harris is the vice-presidential candidate. He should be able to stand up for himself, ”Reddjet told Stephanopoulos later in the program.
“Yes, this is history-making. Yes, you can talk about her history and who she is and she is a woman of color there, but a man can interrupt another Vice Presidential candidate,” Radtz said. said. “It is up to that candidate to talk back, interrupt themselves, or somehow hold that debate.”