Barrett supported the statement, and her failure to report it First reported in The Guardian.
A White House spokesman said since Barrett was not writing or editing the statement, it would not fall within the scope of the questionnaire.
Victoria Noors, a professor in Georgetown Law, went through the same disclosure process when she was nominated to the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals by Special Advocate and President of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Barack Obama. Her nomination was blocked by Obama’s Senate Majority Leader of the Senate, Mitch McConnell, R-Kai.
“She should have exposed it,” Noors said. “In my experience, I have to do this,” especially as it relates to a contentious issue that comes before the court. The paperwork requirements for judicial nominees are very specific and rigorous and it took her months to fill them out. “You have to give anything on the internet and in all your approvals.”
At the time the Justice Department said to her, “If anyone comes to your door and I sign a petition, I must give them the name of that group.”
Democrats Against Barrett’s nomination Say it “A position is as clear as you can ever see from the Judicial Nominee” When the milestone abortion law was repealed.
For example, during the 2017 nomination to the Supreme Court by Neil Gorsuch Contains September 2004 letter At the Vanity Fair, the editor was signed by 99 former Supreme Court legal clerks.
As reported By The Guardian, Barrett and her husband openly supported the group that sponsored the St. Joseph County Right to Life ad, which criminalizes the disposal of unused or frozen embryos created during in vitro fertilization.