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Amy Coney Barrett Memes floods the Internet

Amy Coney Barrett

Amy Coney Barrett Memes floods the Internet after being asked to hold up a notepad On Tuesday, the Supreme Court confirmed that the hearing was particularly memorable when Senator John Corning asked Judge John Amy Corny Barrett to share her notes in the room.

Corning, a Republican member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told Barrett that the senator had multiple notebooks, notes and books for reference at the hearing.

 Then, he asked her if she could bear the preparation materials used to answer the committee’s questions, and then she showed them a blank notepad without Senate letterhead.

As often happens on the Internet, social media users take advantage of their ideas. Comedian Kathy Griffin has met with President Donald Trump many times.

 He posted a picture of Barrett in his notebook and said it was her “brain scan “photo.

For the United States, it is a right-wing digital activist organization that published false conversations between Democratic Senators and Barrett on Twitter.

They wrote on the paper:

“I know that your case is better than yours.” As a response to the senator’s emphasis on court cases during the interrogation.

Another user on Twitter is Gillyish, and Barrett’s mat says Senator Ted Cruz is a zodiac killer, referring to the Internet a few years ago A joke caused by it.

 Cruz was born after the last murder of a serial killer, so two people cannot be the same person. But Cruz made a joke in 2017, responding to Senator Ben Sass’ tweet, which included an encrypted letter sent by the murderer.

In a tweet by David Reaboi, Barrett portrays a picture of a maid from “The Handmaid’s Tale,” a popular book on totalitarian society And TV shows in which women are regarded as government property.

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Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in September.

This is a race to confirm Trump’s Supreme Court picks before the election. This is an amazing speed in the modern era. Because Republicans insist on promoting this process based on the roles of the president and the Senate, Democrats argue that they are breaking the precedent they set.

In 2016,

President Barack Obama nominated Judge Merrick Garland to fill the seat vacant due to the death of Judge Antonin Scalia. Republicans flinched and said that it was inappropriate to confirm the Supreme Court justices in the election year and should be decided by the next president.

Senator Mitch McConnell said the difference now is that the same party controls the Senate and the presidency, and a simple majority requires 51 votes. Democrats have no right to prevent Barrett from being confirmed. If this happens, the Supreme Court will have a conservative majority of 6-3.

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