Former House Overseas Committee chairman Trey Gowdy said Tuesday that the Senate Judiciary Committee appears to be functioning as “a unit” on the second day of hearing in Republican Judge Amy Connie Barrett’s Supreme Court.
Godi, now a Fox News contributor, cited Barrett’s question from Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., As an example that touched on Barrett’s religious faith, his family, and some of his previous judicial decisions.
“I’m sure Josh wanted to do something else with his time, but the group as a whole said, ‘You need to give him a chance to explain the following things,” Godey said. “I think they’re working as a unit, which is incredibly rare as a Republican and I’m happy to see that.”
Godey said Democrats have been similarly disciplined in questioning, largely focused on trying to reduce Barrett to health policy.
“Democrats are focusing on health care and suddenly want to scare people that they are going to take back the right and Republicans are remarkably disciplined, much more disciplined than the House Judiciary Committee,” he said. They said.
2012 National Federation of Independent Businesses v. In discussing the Sebelius case, in which the Supreme Court upheld the Most Affordable Care Act, Gowdy recalled that “there were four ways the Obama administration felt the way it was arguing that it is unconstitutional, all nine disagreed.” ” Their commerce segment analysis.
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“It wasn’t just a conservative bloc, all nine thought it shouldn’t stand,” he said.
“There are 1,000 ways to protect pre-existing conditions and provide access to health care. I think what Judge Barrett is saying is a way that goes through the constitutional muster. There were 1,000 ways to do it, But it is not the job of the Supreme Court to find. One of those ways. “