Chinanews, October 22nd, reported that the game between the two parties in the United States on the candidate of the Supreme Court is still continuing.

American Republicans are struggling to pass Barrett, nominated by President Trump, before the election.

In this regard, the US Democrats expressed resistance.

  According to reports, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to meet on the 22nd to recommend the nomination of Barrett to all senators to vote.

Barrett himself is not expected to attend.

  If the Judiciary Committee passes a vote, the nomination will be sent to the Senate plenary meeting.

Senate Republican Leader McConnell hopes to arrange a procedural vote on the 25th and then a final vote on the 26th to confirm that Barrett will take over as justice.

On September 26, local time, US President Trump announced at the White House that Amy Coney Barrett (Amy Coney Barrett) was nominated as Justice of the Supreme Court.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Mengtong

  Senate Democrat Ze plans to boycott the meeting held on the 22nd.

  National Public Radio (NPR) reported that Senate Democratic leader Schumer said in a statement: "During the hearing last week, Democrats on the Judiciary Committee demonstrated that Judge Barrett would The damage caused by reproductive freedom, the ability to vote, and other core rights that Americans cherish", and said that before the November 3 U.S. election, "we will not give this process any further progress by participating in the committee’s review of this nomination. Legality."

  The Democrats said that the Senate Judiciary Committee’s nomination process for Barrett requires at least two minority party members to vote before it can take effect. The Republicans refute this rule.

  Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee of the United States Congress and a veteran Republican, called the Democratic decision to boycott the vote "their own choice."

He said: "I think this is a kind of damage to Judge Barrett."

  According to previous reports, on September 26 local time, US President Trump announced at the White House that Barrett was nominated to serve as Supreme Court justice to fill the vacancy created after the death of American liberal Justice Ginsberg.

If Barrett is elected, it will strengthen the conservative power of the U.S. Supreme Court, giving the conservatives an advantage of six over three judges.

  As Trump’s Republican Party holds a majority in the Senate, Barrett’s nomination is expected to be confirmed.

  The Associated Press stated that boycotting the Judiciary Committee hearing on the 22nd could not stop the process, but may force Republicans on the committee to modify the rules to ensure that the confirmation work goes smoothly.

  It is understood that Barrett, 48, is considered a conservative judge.

She has publicly opposed "Obamacare", abortion, etc., and is conservative on issues such as immigration and gun control.

  U.S. President Trump said that he hopes the justices will take office in time to deal with any disputes that may arise after the November 3 general election.