Barrett was confirmed 52-48 with only Republican votes, making it the most partisan Supreme Court confirmation in U.S. history.— Julie Tsirkin (@JulieNBCNews) October 27, 2020
As expected, @SenatorCollins was the only GOP to join Democrats in opposing Barrett's confirmation.
Barrett will be sworn-in tonight at the WH. https://t.co/lQVetVWRCR
Maine's @SenatorCollins will vote against the nomination of Judge Barrett:— Lindsay Wise (@lindsaywise) October 25, 2020
"To be clear, my vote does not reflect any conclusion that I have reached about Judge Barrett’s qualifications to serve on the Supreme Court." 1/2
Just in:— Taylor Popielarz (@TaylorPopielarz) October 27, 2020
In a 52-48 vote, Amy Coney Barrett has been confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
All Republicans except @SenatorCollins voted yes.
All Democrats voted no.
A swearing in will take place at the White House tonight, meaning #SCOTUS will have a 6-3 conservative majority.
COVID rates are spiking. Job losses are climbing. Mitch McConnell & his Crew are focused on stacking the Supreme Court w/ another lifetime Trump seat - be4the election. @SenatorCollins wags a finger, but she backs Trump & McConnell every time. Maine you know the deal. #AFTvotes pic.twitter.com/C5BKWYh9Zy— Randi Weingarten (@rweingarten) October 19, 2020
Brett Kavanaugh was never qualified to serve on the Supreme Court .. likewise for Amy Coney Barrett— Cameron L. Mitchell (@CameronLMitchel) October 27, 2020
The @GOP has completely f*cked us over#VoteOutEveryRepublican@realDonaldTrump @senatemajldr @LindseyGrahamSC @SenatorCollins @SenThomTillis @sendavidperdue