AOC says 'Expand the Court' right after Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed

Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez responds to Amy Coney Barrett being confirmed into the Supreme Court by saying "expand the court." That's right, another Democrat who wants to change the rules just because they're not getting their way.

What is it with these Democrats anyway? This is Trump's time in office as the president and he is well within his rights to nominate another Supreme Court justice and it does NOT matter how close to an election it is. Trump is still president, right?

Democrats will cry hypocrisy because of Merrick Garland and oh well. Democrats should've had a better strategy, or maybe there simply was no strategy to get Barrett out. Maybe Democrats simply LOST this battle and that's just how it is. 

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So no, AOC, we should not expand the court. We're happy with a nine judge system and there's no reason to expand it just because someone doesn't get their way. Next time try harder or be smarter. And you want to know who should have retired when they had the chance? Their sacred Ruth Bader Ginsburg could have retired when Obama was still president and Obama could've replaced her with his choice. Instead, she kept working and then unfortunately passed away just before an election.

Of course Trump would get another judge in there. Why wouldn't he? And if Democrats can't figure out a way to stop it, then too bad.

AOC should enjoy her six-figure salary and pour some drinks while many of us Americans are having a hard time with the results of the pandemic and our jobs.

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Sorry lady, some of us have to work for a living while you sit there and pander dumb things on Twitter and enjoy your six-figure salary.


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