Judge Gorsuch Silences Liberal Senator Diane Feinstein

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) has made it her mission to kill Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination for the Supreme Court but so far she’s doing a very poor job of it. On Tuesday she attacked Judge Gorsuch for never fighting for the “little guy.”

Here’s the problem – Judge Gorsuch’s job isn’t to “fight” for anyone, he’s supposed to be upholding our laws. The law doesn’t play favorites, the law simply is, and a judge’s job is simply to determine how to best uphold the law in each case.

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Thankfully, while Feinstein doesn’t understand the job of a judge, Gorsuch does and on Tuesday he gently did his best to explain it to her.

Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) explained the truth of the matter, the Democrats are actually looking for a judge who’ll act as a legislator.

But Gorsuch is not planning on being an activist judge.

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