Senator David Perdue On SCOTUS Vacancy
“We’re going to be very studious, we’re going to be very careful, and we’re going to confirm.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) today joined the Guy Benson Show on Fox News Radio to discuss the Supreme Court vacancy and the Senate’s path forward.
Moving Forward: “The President’s responsibility is to nominate, ours is to advise and consent, so we should go ahead with this process, regardless of when the election is. As soon as we can, with due process, we’re going to do the hearings. We’re going to be very studious, we’re going to be very careful, and we’re going to confirm. And if we do that before November 3rd, so be it.”
Radical Democrats: “Schumer has said openly that he will eliminate the filibuster rule so he can do anything he wants with 51 votes, stack the Supreme Court with four new seats – which, by the way, would be activist judges, not somebody that would apply the law, but somebody that would make the law – and then he wants to add DC and Puerto Rico as new states. This is about a bigger issue, and that is the future face of our Republic. They want this to turn into a one party system, and that’s failed every time it’s been tried in the history of the world.”
Saving Our Republic: “This is about the future makeup of our Republic. If we give Schumer one more vote and he gets a majority, we can see what he is going to do. It’s not just about one seat in the Supreme Court, it’s much bigger than that.”
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