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Amy Coney Barrett approved for Supreme Court by Judicial Committee

Despite a full Democratic boycott of the process, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted on Thursday to approve the appointment of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the United States.

The move sets up a vote to confirm Barrett in the full Senate, which is expected to happen within the week – ensuring that President Donald Trump and the GOP Senate get a third justice in the High Court during his presidency.

The fact that Republicans shut down on sending Barrett to court just a month after the death of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg opened that seat – and less than two weeks before the election – is a testament to the party’s steadfast desire to shape the federal justice system. by any means necessary.

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