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The Supreme Court Debacle

By matthewjbr51008328, Nov 17 2016 02:50AM

This is a good read regarding the current Supreme Court appointment (or lack thereof) issue:


https://www.minnpost.com/eric-black-ink/2016/02/what-does-constitution-say-about-picking-supreme-court-justices-not-much


Is the failure of Congress to hold a hearing a Constitutional Violation? The Constitution specifically says t “[The President] shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint…Judges of the Supreme Court.”


In my view, the Senate's refusal to hold a hearing to even discuss the President's nomination is a failure to "advise" and "consent", and thus, it does constitute an unconstitutional failure to act.


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