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’Where else would you rather be?’, Justice Gorsuch questions critics

’Where else would you rather be?’, Justice Gorsuch questions critics

In a wide-ranging interview, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch responded to critics of his judicial philosophy. At one point, Gorsuch is seen questioning those who undermine their confidence in the country, saying ’Where else would you rather be?’. ’Do you really want me to rule the country?’, Gorsuch said in a message for anyone who might believe that it’s a judge’s job to fix politics.

KCooper
KCooper
bobby_5150
bobby_5150 1 year

Vote harvesting=great for Democrats.

porcus
porcus 1 year

Funny how the MSM portrays the SCOTUS as "hard-right turn" instead of recognizing that it is the MSM and the Democrats who have made a hard-left turn. SCOTUS should rule in favor of the administration; an injunction is going too far and would cause more harm than good.

Mod Okay
Mod Okay 1 year

Less places to vote=less people voting= good for Republicans.

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