The confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett means that Chief Justice John Roberts is no longer the Supreme Court’s swing voter
@GarciaManny4 There is no process within Promesa for Chief Justice Roberts to replace her. It would have to be done within judicial conduct guidelines. Many people have asked me the same question.
Chief Justice John Roberts administered the Judicial Oath to Amy Coney Barrett in the East Conference Room at the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday (10/27). Justice Barrett replaces the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Here’s what 80 Supreme Court cases look like, laid out on the floor — 80 partisan, 5-4 Supreme Court decisions clearly favoring a big Republican donor interest, all since Roberts became chief justice in 2005.
Chief Justice John Roberts said in Shelby County v. Holder that no one doubts discrimination in voting still exists. I asked Judge Barrett whether she agreed with that statement or not. She refused to comment.