Let's not put cameras in the Supreme Court chamber
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse is right, cameras are responsible for the collective "jackassery" seen Congress, let's hope the Supreme Court avoids that.
I have a life.
You rarely learn anything new.
It's mainly political posturing.
(However, I have some thoughts about her hearing, and I plan to write something for paid subscribers tomorrow.)
I wanted to address a tangential issue brought up during today's hearing.
I noticed this afternoon that U.S. Senator Ben Sasse, R-Neb., was trending on Twitter. He's a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The first thing I noticed was a clip going around where he commented on cameras in the court.
"I think it should be a decision for the Supreme Court to make about whether or not there are cameras in the courtroom, not a decision for the Article I branch to make for Article III," Sasse said.
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