The congresswoman noted that there is a “legal process” Democrats can follow to increase the size of the Supreme Court.
Judge Barrett has refused to answer questions about her views on abortion despite her public record of opposition.
The Supreme Court nominee also did not recall that the First Amendment protects the right to protest.
Barrett calls herself an originalist but the Constitution is very clear — only Congress can change the election date.
At least 21 were arrested after staging a sit-in to oppose the Senate pushing through Barrett’s nomination.
Overturning the Indian Child Welfare Act could deal a huge blow to tribal sovereignty.
As a professor at Notre Dame Law Judge Barrett made her anti-LGBTQ sentiments very clear to her students and peers.
The potential for mass strikes and FDR’s threat to pack the Supreme Court helped to protect key labor law.
The letter, which Barrett signed in 2006, described Roe v. Wade as a “barbaric” ruling.