Lets see. Exactly how many days before election are ok to nominate?
Or does the number change as a matter of convience?
#49 | POSTED BY BILLJOHNSON AT 2020-10-15 03:08 PM
Well, according to Republicans in 2016, nominating a justice 237 days before the election was too close to the election.
So, if we are to follow that logic, nominating someone just 38 days before the election would also be too close. But Republicans aren't known for things like logic or consistency.
You see Bill, i dont really give a ---- when someone gets nominated. I think the senate should give an up or down vote even if it's on election eve. But Republicans changed that by establishing outlandish new rules 237 days before the 2016 election. So the least they (and you) could do when they spit in our faces this time around is *admit* they were full of ---- about "letting the people decide who they want their justice to be" back in 2016.