Democrats Are Playing With Fire

Here’s the news you need to know on this Friday, October 2, 2020.

JCN Fights Anti-Religious Sentiment Surrounding SCOTUS Nomination
Today Judicial Crisis Network (JCN) launched a new seven-figure ad campaign called “JFK” as part of an all-out effort to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.  JCN expects to spend at least $10 million on the effort.

JCN’s first three ads—“Follow the Precedent”, “From Her”, and “Stop the Bigotry” — appeared on TV and digital, and aired nationally on cable and in key states including Colorado, Iowa, Maine, North Carolina, Utah, and Washington D.C.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Was Easily Confirmed Despite Taking Controversial Positions
Despite her far-left positions, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was easily confirmed by the Senate.

Judicial Crisis Network president (JCN), Carrie Severino writes, “As Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s liberal opponents scurry around in search of a record of personal views she expressed in the past, consider how diametrically opposed this behavior is to the approach the Senate took toward the previous occupant of the vacant Supreme Court seat.”

Senator Sasse Warns Democrats Not to Target Barrett’s Faith
Senator Ben Sasse called on Senate Democrats to engage with Barrett’s judicial philosophy instead of resorting to attacks on her Catholic faith.

“Instead of arguing with Judge Barrett’s judicial philosophy, too many on the left are trying to belittle her accomplishments by attacking her faith,” Sasse said. “It’s disgusting because it’s an attack on America’s core belief in religious liberty. It’s dumb because attacking a Catholic mom who happens to be an incredible lawyer, professor, and jurist is a losing strategy.”

Is This a Joke?
At a press conference on Thursday, Senator Schumer claimed that “No Dem has attacked Barrett over her faith,” and that accusations that they have are “a diversion” by Republicans.

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