Antonin Scalia ‘would not be terribly surprised’ of ‘Mad Libs protest” on Kavanaugh, my son says

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The son of the end of the Supreme court Antonin Scalia told Fox News on Sunday that his father would not be shocked by the partisan conflagration around the nomination of judge Brett Kavanaugh, because of what he considered to be wrong oversized power of the Supreme Court in modern life.

“On a General level, it would not be terribly surprised by the intensity of this Supreme Court nomination, there’s so much of it comes to Roe v. Wade — at least that’s how the left presents,” Christopher Scalia said, referring to the landmark 1973 case holding that women have a constitutional right to an abortion, within certain Trimester.

In one swoop, Roe fell effectively prevents member States from deciding on their own regulation of abortion, and several States immediately took steps to try to restrict the right to abortion in the response.

“My father often said, with Roe v. Wade in particular, but in other cases, was the court really, to come and be a cultural Problem that should be solved in the elections, and the legislative process,” he added. “By the conclusion of the process, the Supreme Court, tries, in short, more damage is caused and, as a result, Supreme Court nominations and confirmation have to fight, have heated up more, because the judges have taken over the role that belongs properly to the legislators.”

Nebraska Republican Sen. Ben Sasse made a similar point during Kavanaugh the hearings earlier this month, when he reiterated that the Congress, the delegates often excessive authority, to mostly unconscious Executive agencies, and incorrectly, the resulting bureaucratic uncertainties is to fix to the Supreme court — effectively, the judge’s supplementary legislator job given up by the senators.


Hundreds of protesters were arrested and charged with Capitol Hill police for wrong, with this confirmation procedure.

“It is really not uncommon to resent that for the judge.”

– Christopher Scalia

Asked whether Kavanaugh had no chance to avoid that kind of game — said the now centers primarily on unsubstantiated allegations that he engaged in sexual misconduct decades-Scalia, it was not likely to be avoided in turmoil.

“It was pretty clear from the beginning — groups that already had signs, basically fill-in-the-blank, did you do Mad Libs protest in President Trump nominated Kavanaugh in particular,” Scalia said, referring to throngs of protesters who showed up at the Supreme court on the night of Kavanaugh’s nomination in July, with protest signs, which allows you to write, in nominee name on-the-fly.

There was also some Mad Libs-style press releases as well. In a statement, after Kavanaugh’s nomination, the women said March ominously: “is the trump card, today’s announcement is a death sentence for thousands of women in the United States.”


In an embarrassing blunder, when the women began the March statement: “In response to Donald Trump’s nomination of XX to the Supreme court” — that is, indicating that the group expect to change your already written press release is much.

In response to claims that Kavanaugh should not serve on the Supreme court because of his fiery and sometimes defiant behavior during the interrogation about the lurid accusations against him by the senators on Thursday, Scalia suggested, the judges have not temperaments are always calm.

“It really is not uncommon for the judge angry,” Scalia said, referencing, sometimes dissents in the hot-button heated cases. “It is true that [the judge] was Kavanaugh might be aggressive, but that is because the circumstances were quite different. … He defended his good name from unsubstantiated accusations.”

Kavanaugh on Thursday received the approval of the Senate legal Committee, the vote of a party-line-11-10, to vote in advance of a full Senate. In a dramatic moment, Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., said, he would have received his decisive swing vote in favor of Kavanaugh only if the FBI to investigate a one-week period, current and credible misconduct claims against Kavanaugh.

This investigation is ongoing, and President, Trump has said the Agency has great authority in the sample-interview “who” it is.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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