SCOTUS Candidate Amy Coney Barrett has committed lies of omission in her application to be an Associate Justice on the US Supreme Court, which she provided to the US Senate.
According to reporting by CNN, “public calendars from the University of Notre Dame’s law school show at least seven additional talks not listed on Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Senate paperwork, including one with the law school’s anti-abortion group, according to a CNN KFile review.”
Specifically, “calendars list her as participating in a panel on religion in the public square, a speech to a student religious society, a talk with the law school’s anti-abortion group, a roundtable on the Constitution, a faculty colloquium, a student scholarship symposium and an event sponsored by Notre Dame’s Women’s Legal Forum.“
The Senate determines whether she gets the lifetime job. Despite these lies and others she told during her confirmation hearing, the GOP-majority Senate will vote to give Coney Barrett the job because she she will rule to overturn the Affordable Care Act and the Roe v. Wade decision granting women access to abortion.
Coney Barrett committed lies of omission. Jared Kushner committed lies like this in his application for a White House job. Kushner omitted many meetings with various Russians from his Security Clearance application. He got the Security Clearance because his father-in-law is Trump. Trump overrode the objections of those who evaluate a security clearance candidate’s blackmail liability, among other liabilities.
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