Hillary Clinton Says ‘Diabolical’ Supreme Court Fight Is 1 Thing Only
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Crooked Hillary Clinton is back with another bizarre conspiracy theory.
While speaking at the 2020 Texas Tribune Festival, the twice-failed presidential candidate suggested that Senate Republicans are rushing to fill the Supreme Court Vacancy because they want to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
“Ultimately this fight, it seems to me, is about health care. Health care is literally before the court," Clinton said.
“Trump and the Republicans led by Mitch McConnell have been trying to get rid of health care for years ever since President Obama passed the Affordable Care Act,” she continued. “Let’s be sure we understand: What the Republicans are doing is rushing an appointment to the court to repeal the Affordable Care Act and strip away health care for many millions of Americans ...The Democrats need to make that case.”
“This could not be more diabolical," she said. "And I think that Democrats need to be absolutely clear that any vote for any Republican is literally a vote to cost you money to make your health care more expensive and maybe to eliminate the possibility you’ll be able to afford it at all.”
As evidenced by Clinton's desperate attacks and conspiracies, Democrats can do nothing to stop President Donald Trump from filling the Supreme Court vacancy after Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away last week.
Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham revealed on Monday that Senate Republicans have the votes to confirm Ruth Bader Ginsburg's replacement on the Supreme Court.
During an interview on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Graham announced that Senate Republicans have “the votes to confirm Justice Ginsburg’s replacement before the election.”
He also said that Republicans will confirm Ginsburg’s replacement prior to the election.
Graham also vowed that the nominee to replace Ginsburg on the Supreme Court will be supported by all the Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
“We’ve got the votes to confirm Justice Ginsburg’s replacement before the election. We’re going to move forward in the committee,” Graham said.
“We’re going to report the nomination out of the committee to the floor of the United States Senate so we can vote before the election. That’s the constitutional process. After Kavanaugh, everything changed with me. They’re not going to intimidate me, Mitch McConnell or anybody else,” he added.
“The nominee is going to be supported by every Republican in the Judiciary Committee, and we’ve got the votes to confirm the judge — the justice on the floor of the Senate before the election. And that’s what’s coming,” he said.