Friday, Oct. 16, 2020 | 2 a.m.
A majority of Americans indicate, and tradition dictates, that any Supreme Court nomination during a presidential election year be delayed until after the election. If the incumbent is reelected or there is a new president, that person gets to make the nomination.
Amy Coney Barrett has not told the American people or President Donald Trump or Sen. Lindsey Graham that she wants the process put off until after the election. We now know Graham’s character after he insisted we could hold him accountable and that he wouldn’t proceed with such a hearing during an election year — let alone just a little more than three weeks before the election.
So what does that say about Coney Barrett’s character?