Judge Amy Connie Barrett is meeting with the senators on Wednesday, a day before the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on her nomination to the Supreme Court.
Barrett met with the censor. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenne, and Roy Blunt, R-Mo., Were scheduled to meet Wednesday morning, and John Barraso, R-Y., Rob Portman, R-Ohio, along with Martha McSally. R-Eries., James Lankford, R-Okla., Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., And Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
Schumer tells him and his family about a ‘serious tilak’ that wears
“During his confirmation hearing, Judge Barrett demonstrated respect for the law, intelligence, good character and steady disposition,” Alexander said in a statement after meeting with Barrett. “After attending college at Tennessee and law school in Indiana, her background will strengthen the Supreme Court by making it more diverse. She is well qualified and has said she will decide cases based on the law, not That his personal views. Judge Barrett will. Become an outstanding Associate Justice of the Supreme Court and I will vote to confirm his nomination. ”
In a recent Gallup poll, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee was endorsed by 51% of the contestants, but there has been opposition from the Left. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, RSC, was arrested in an airport this week by two women.
Sen. Tom Cotton: Supreme Amy Conrat Barrickett for Areca Cort. Seconds amd is on stock
“You are going to make my children, my daughter who stands on the shoulders of veterans, you are going to snatch her rights by voting this woman who is a racist?” A woman asked.
“It is modern leftist, hostile and unaffected. I will not be intimidated, ”Graham tweeted after this. “I can’t wait for #FillTheSeat.”
Rubio weighed in on his rhetoric against Barrett in an interview with “Fox and Friends” in a meeting with Barrett.
“You hear in the voice, look at these people’s statements. There is some real exaggeration here. I mean this woman is racist, that they would say that?”
Click here to get the Fox News app
Rubio said he believed that “the majority of the people who watched the hearing last week saw that they were heavily influenced by someone. They said people might disagree with him but said personal attacks were” ridiculous. “The senator said he believed the attacks to be from the” fringe element “but has now” become part of American politics. ”
The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on Barrett’s nomination on Thursday, and a vote by the full Senate is likely to be held on Monday 26 October.
Fox News’ Kelly Fers contributed to this report.