How the Supreme Court nomination can navigate troubled political waters

Posted on AllSides September 23rd, 2020
From The Right

Unlike 2016, Republicans want to fill a Supreme Court vacancy ASAP, and Democrats insist on waiting until after inauguration — as usual, both sides seem like hypocrites, and everybody’s playing politics.

The Left says Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dying wish was for the new president to choose her replacement. With all due respect, that doesn’t matter one iota. The only thing that matters is the Constitution. That’s if you want to play by the rules. Given that everything is done by the Constitution, politics becomes the primary concern.

As for me,...

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