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Elizabeth Warren on the race to replace RBG: 'This is the last gasp of a desperate party'

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COLUMBIA, SC - FEBRUARY 29: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) addresses a crowd during a canvassing kickoff event February 29, 2020 in Columbia, South Carolina. South Carolinians will participate in the Democratic presidential primary today. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)

Cease me if you happen to’ve heard this earlier than, however … Elizabeth Warren speaks for me. Addressing our loss and the challenges we—as a celebration, as a nation, as a folks—are going through following the dying of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Warren captures each the emotional affect of the loss and the significance of what occurs now.

“Our grief is actual, however we can not slip into despair. We merely can’t afford it, as a result of an excessive amount of is at stake. The Republicans are attacking a lot that we maintain expensive. Roe vs. Wade. Voting. The struggle to be an America the place nobody is discriminated towards due to the colour of their pores and skin, due to how they worship, or due to who they love. Ruth defended all of it … and now she is gone.

4 years in the past, Mitch McConnell refused to maneuver ahead on President Obama’s nominee as a result of the president had just one 12 months left on his time period. Ruth understood the affect of McConnell’s resolution on our democracy, and he or she left the nation a notice saying that ‘her most fervent want’ was for her alternative to not be named ‘till a brand new president is put in.’ 

However Mitch McConnell isn’t listening. He has already made it clear that he and Donald Trump will attempt to title a brand new Supreme Court docket justice with solely 45 days till the election. That is the final gasp of a determined get together that’s overrepresented within the halls of energy; the final gasp of a corrupt Republican management that doesn’t replicate the views of nearly all of our folks.” 



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