Jake Tapper implores Ruth Bader Ginsburg to attack Dick Durbin over Dianne Feinstein’s absence


And he likened the Democrats’ response to their “very forceful and very courteous” approach to pushing for the possible resignation of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who did not step down even when Democrats controlled the Senate and Barack Obama was president was. (See below.)

“I mean all due respect, sir, you and your Democrats have been very firm and very courteous when it came to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and not press her to resign when you had a Democratic majority in the Senate,” Tapper said recalled that The Liberal Justice kept her job until her death in 2020 at the age of 87.

“How did that work out for you? How did that affect Roe v. Wade worked out?

Some Democrats say Feinstein’s absence on the Senate Judiciary Committee is delaying confirmation of President Joe Biden’s judge nominees. Durbin, chairman of the committee, has asked senators to show “kindness” while Feinstein recovers from shingles.

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