As Neil Gorsuch delivered his opening remarks Monday, liberal activists did not stage organized protests outside the hearing or the Supreme Court.
Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s selection to succeed Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, delivered his opening remarks to Congress on Monday, but liberal protests in opposition to his nomination did not hold demonstrations outside the event.
While Gorsuch supporters rallied outside Hart Senate Office Building to show their love for the nominee, Gorsuch opponents were nowhere to be found.
— Judicial Network (@judicialnetwork) March 20, 2017
Instead, one lone anti-Gorsuch protester stood outside the Supreme Court, holding a sign that lamented the failed nomination of President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Merrick Garland.
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