Democratic Senator Chris Coons called on the newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett to avoid recent conflicts with Amy Coney Barrett.In some .
Delaware lawmakers questioned Barrett’s ability to make fair decisions in these cases. In an interview with CBS Television on Thursday, he said that President Trump was “targeted and public.”Push her confirmation “so that she can help him with the election.”
Republican Senator Susan Collins joined Democrats to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a party vote on Monday. Millions of Americans have voted in advance, confirming that the vote was held eight days before the election day.
Kuhns said: “In the weeks before the election, they passed a nominee, a very partisan candidate.”
Kuhns strongly opposed Barrett’s confirmation, saying she would ”Judicial activist… Justice is more to the right than Justice Scalia. “
“Long-solved cases protect the issues that Americans are most concerned about, such asAnd privacy and Yes, there are also areas such as labor rights, consumer protection, environmental protection, and criminal defense rights, all of which are now in danger,” he said.
Barrett was the firstCandidates nominated for at least 150 years must undergo a recorded vote and do not receive a single vote from the minority party (in this case, the Democratic Party).
Kuhns warned that Americans may not grasp how conservative the entire federal judiciary is now four years after President Trump took action.
He said: “The Federalist Association and the Trump White House have risen rapidly and have been troubled by federal judges who are more conservative than ever before, young and obviously disqualified in a dozen cases.” The average age of the judge appointed by Lampe is 48.
He said that Republicans had “obstructed” President Obama“I have gone to the current federal courts composed of young, mainstream conservative judges, and they will serve in these courts for a generation.”
Kuhns said: “Not only these Supreme Court judges, but dozens of circuit court and district court judges are considered ineligible for the services of the American Bar Association, or they have disturbingly extremist views.”
When asked if he supports the “court packaging” during Biden’s presidency (a controversial campaign issue where the Republicans want to defend the White House), Kuhns replied that he prefers the term “rebalancing the court” .
“Frankly, I think it’s time for us to step back and form a bipartisan committee., To study how we can maintain the independence of the courts and rebalance the courts. “He said.