Five years after President Barack Obama nominated him as Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, Merrick Garland finally Won a different job under Joe Biden’s leadership.
Senate votes to confirm candidate for attorney general Merrick Garland On Wednesday, after the Department of Justice’s actions in the past few years are likely to undermine the integrity of the Department of Justice, he will send an appeal judge to perform his task of maintaining the integrity of the Department of Justice. Garland was confirmed with 70-30 votes. The former chief judge of the Washington Circuit Court of Appeals was praised by members of both parties. He pledged at last month’s nomination hearing to “resist any effort by anyone” to politically influence the Department of Justice’s investigation. His first task is to fully prosecute the “order” committed during the January attack on the U.S. Capitol. Human-directed” crimes. 6.
In any case, Garland will never be confirmed in the U.S. Supreme Court because the Republican Party has a majority, and the chance of them losing the majority during the Clinton presidency is slim. The idea that we somehow lost to Supreme Court Justice Merrick Garland is the same as the sad old illusion that you can sincerely cooperate with the Republican Party. The only thing that failed was 54 senators who said “no” on the record.
House leader Chuck Schumer, surprisingly, Seems to have figured it out, At least generally speaking: “We made a big mistake in 2009-2010,” he talked about the compromises made to please them (especially Maine Republican Susan Collins) after the last recession .