Judge Amy Coney Barrett from Indiana was confirmed to the United States Supreme Court in a 52-48 Republican majority Monday night, filling the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant seat on the bench.
Chants of "Justice Barrett" could be heard outside the Supreme Court after she clinched the Senate vote.
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Chants of “Justice Barrett” outside Supreme Court after Amy Coney Barrett clinches Senate vote https://t.co/5WT4RQoRU1— Jesse Byrnes (@Jesse Byrnes)1603757113.0
Barrett confirmed to the Supreme Court 52-48— Marianne LeVine (@Marianne LeVine)1603757206.0
If no Democrats vote to confirm Barrett, it will be the 1st time a Supreme Court nominee has been confirmed without… https://t.co/hN1EyVodat— Lindsay Wise (@Lindsay Wise)1603755526.0
#BREAKING: U.S. Senate CONFIRMS Judge Amy Coney Barrett to be an Associate Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, 52-… https://t.co/0o4fNl1Qo5— CSPAN (@CSPAN)1603757251.0