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wi62

T & R ORL!!!

polarbear4
polarbear4

sweet orl🤗

wi62

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https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/election/article245864475.html#storylink=cpy

But polls indicate that, at least at the outset, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden carries a small advantage on who voters want to see appoint the next Supreme Court justice. A national Fox News poll released this month shows that 52% of likely voters trusted Biden over Trump to pick the next nominee, compared to 45% for Trump.

An August survey from the Pew Research Center, meanwhile, found 66% of Democrats say Supreme Court appointments are “very important” to their choice in the election, compared to 61% of Republicans.

In 2016, Pew reported a different dynamic, with 70% of Trump supporters saying an appointment was very important to them while 62% of Hillary Clinton supporters said so.

And a poll released Saturday from the Marquette University Law School found that among likely Biden voters in the key battleground state of Wisconsin, 59% said the next court appointment was “very important” to them, compared to 51% for Trump supporters.

There have also been signs that the looming Supreme Court fight is motivating donors on the left. The digital fundraising platform ActBlue said Sunday morning that it had processed $100 million in donations to Democratic candidates and organizations since 8 p.m. ET Friday, shortly after Ginsburg’s death was announced.

Historically, conservatives have been more keenly interested in judicial activism since the Supreme Court’s 1973 ruling in Roe v. Wade, which granted women the right to an abortion. And even as Democrats have become more active in Supreme Court causes since Trump’s election, the GOP says it still benefits from those fights.

polarbear4
polarbear4

polarbear4
polarbear4

polarbear4
polarbear4

of course not

humphrey

wi62

Below has more resistance than Pelousy

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humphrey

humphrey

polarbear4
polarbear4


just a couple from the 🧵

polarbear4
polarbear4

what the actual

humphrey

humphrey

wi62

Trumpcorp made it very clear He doesn’t care about one half the nation, also very little for his own base. Basically Byedone made a statement just to make one that really doesn’t mean all that much

wi62

Joe really let’em have it with that statement, The R’s sold that off to their corporate masters long ago, Resistance is Futile dems we will get that pick rammed thru

polarbear4
polarbear4

humphrey

humphrey

wi62

Water is wet, must have been a slow news day. The rich and powerful have been doing that forever with very little consequence

humphrey

Like father like son!

humphrey

humphrey

humphrey

humphrey

This is somewhat surprising.😮