Sen. Brian SchatzBrian Emanuel SchatzCDC Causes New Storm By Withdrawing Coronavirus Guidelines Night Health Care: CDC Extracts Revised Coronavirus Guidelines | Government Supervisor Finds Supply Shortage Damaging US Response | As virus hits the United States, Europe sees its peak Video of Lindsey Graham arguing against appointment of Supreme Court judge in election year goes viral MORE (D-Hawaii) on Friday expressed frustration with his party over his message regarding the current Supreme Court battle involving the Senate, saying Democrats should focus their arguments on Republicans̵
Schatz stressed the remarks arguing that the GOP is rushing to fill a vacancy in the Supreme Court so that the party can institute justice that would overturn the Obama-era health care law, “throwing millions of people out of their way. health care, “saying Democrats” should say this, using these words. ”
“A little message discipline wouldn’t kill us,” he tweeted.
We should say it, using these words. A little message of discipline wouldn’t kill us. https://t.co/uM49K0w3CE
– Brian Schatz (@brianschatz) 25 September 2020
Remarks come as partisan firestorm sweeps Senate over Supreme Court vacancy left by justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgTrump “No Longer Mad” With Romney Over Supreme Court Position Fox News Poll: Biden Ahead Trump In Nevada, Pennsylvania And Ohio On The Money: Anxious Democrats Pushes To Vote On COVID-19 Aid | Pelosi, Mnuchin ready to restart talks | Weekly Increase in Unemployment Claims | The Senate is approaching the deadline for closing MORE, who died last Friday of pancreatic cancer at the age of 87.
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Democrats lashed out at Republicans for efforts to fill the seat after the party blocked then-President Obama from filling a vacancy in 2016, the final year of the presidential election.
Virtually every Democrat has said the confirmation process should be delayed until after the election, although many noted the risk that a conservative 6-3 majority in the high court could pose to the ACA.
“The reason the President is in such a hurry is because he is in a hurry to overturn the Affordable Care Act. And he wants to,” Speaker of the House Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiPelosi Blames Trump’s Executive Order Over Pre-Existing Conditions: “Not Worth The Paper He Signed On” On The Money: Anxious Democrats Pushes To Vote On COVID-19 Aid | Pelosi, Mnuchin ready to restart talks | Weekly Increase in Unemployment Claims | Senate Nears Closure Deadline Trump Signs Largely Symbolic Pre-Existing Conditions Order During OTHER Case (D-Calif.) He said Tuesday night in reference to an upcoming case against the law. “Oral discussions start on November 10, a week after the elections, and he wants to get justice in time for it so they can hear the arguments and vote.”