“Judge Barrett is a smart, highly educated person who has spent most of her career in a job that rewards knowledge and intellect," said Ann Carlson of U.C.L.A. School of Law. "For her not to have firm views on climate change is almost unbelievable.”
To Professor Ann Carlson of UCLA, Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s seemingly anodyne answer to a question about climate change “seems like a pretty strong signal to those in the know that she is skeptical of regulating greenhouse gases.”
When Judge Amy Coney Barrett answered a question about climate change with "I’m certainly not a scientist," she was using language familiar to anyone who has watched GOP lawmakers wrestle with their party’s longstanding disavowal of climate science
For the second time in two days, Judge Barrett says she doesn't know enough about climate change to offer an opinion. Also states, "I do not know that I have seen the president’s expression of his views on climate change." This morning's story
Under pressure from Sen. Cory Booker, Judge Barrett on Wednesday repeatedly refused to condemn the Trump administration’s policy that separated immigrant children from their families on America’s southern border with Mexico.
“Make decisions. Be confident. Know what you want. And go get it,” Judge Amy Coney Barrett advised young women as a third day of hearings came to an end on Capitol Hill.
Senator Lindsey Graham said Judge Barrett would “shatter” a barrier for conservative women and praised her for being “unashamedly pro-life.” “I have never been more proud of the nominee than I am of you,” he said. “This is history being made, folks.”
“Judge Barrett is a smart, highly educated person who has spent most of her career in a job that rewards knowledge and intellect. For her not to have firm views on climate change is almost unbelievable,” Prof. Ann Carlson tells 3/
Ann Carlson tells that Amy Coney Barrett's comments on climate change during the nomination hearing are "disturbing." (via ) 1/
For our faculty director Ann Carlson, Amy Coney Barrett's comment on climate change in her confirmation hearing “seems like a pretty strong signal to those in the know that she is skeptical of regulating greenhouse gases.” 4/
He can't but help make her out to be an evasive, hide-the-ball ideologue.
I don't care if Judge Barrett identifies as a woman or man or nonbinary person. (It doesn't matter.) What she brings to the court is a devastating setback for Americans' healthcare and reproductive #choice
lmao I thought they were trying not to say that part out loud