Amy Coney Barrett Wasn’t a Trump Rubber Stamp After All

President Donald Trump applauds Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett after she took her oath of office and was sworn in to serve on the court on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, October 26, 2020. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)
All those dire predictions from liberals about her helping Trump in the election? Turns out they were wrong.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he Supreme Court this week rejected a Republican bid to undo the certification of Joe Biden’s victory in Pennsylvania. No one on the Court dissented — and “no one” includes the newest associate justice, Amy Coney Barrett.

This is somewhat confusing when we consider that one of the central accusations leveled against Barrett by Democrats and liberal pundits was that she would — when not banishing cancer-stricken minority children from hospitals — steal the election for Donald Trump (whose tweets certainly did not help matters).

It was not just the typical adjective-laden melodrama from Slate’s Mark Joseph Stern — a “sinister argument

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