Her nomination process was one of the most controversial in history, but it couldn't be stopped.
Yes, the hearings are a farce. But Democrats can make them a useful farce.
For five hours, the conversation in the Judiciary Committee pinged between access to health care to preserving religious freedom, depending on which partisan side had the floor.
The “Last Week Tonight” host couldn’t believe how Republicans were mask-less and hugging during a ceremony celebrating Amy Coney Barrett, who may kill health care for millions.
By linking a vote for Trump SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett with a vote against health care, Democrats hope to hurt Republicans’ chances on the campaign trail.
“Yes,” said Tom Miller, a health-care scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. “They should worry.”
Republicans never were able to pass a replacement bill. But they did try. Now, they’re not even doing that.