Barrett has been repeatedly questioned by Democratic lawmakers about her previous comments about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which the Supreme Court is due to hear just one week after the election.
Booker pressed Barrett if it was “unreasonable for people to fear” that the anti-corruption law would turn with her on the podium following President Trump’s previous commitments to select appointees who would reflect her legitimacy.
Barrett replied, “Well, Senator, I want to assure you, Senator Booker, as I have confirmed to some of your colleagues today that I am personal.” “Independent under Article Three. I do not receive orders from the executive or the legislature.”
Booker interrupted him, “I get it.” “Can I re-ask my question because I don’t think you understand it … I just ask you as an act of compassion, can you understand the fears that the people we bear have shown?”
Hill media reporter Joe Concha noted that Booker “interrupted Barrett 9 times in less than 20 minutes.”
However, other critics accused the former presidential candidate of “plotting” the woman Trump appointed.
“Why did Cory Booker ask her a question, then she interrupts her answer? #Mansplaining,” RedState contributor Mickey White replied.
“Cory Booker is acting in wrongdoing. These are your rules,” writer Carmine Sabia wrote in a tweet.
“Cory Booker cannot stop“ boycotting ”Amy Connie Barrett through his“ actions. ”Where is he left of these horrific acts of misogyny?” Asked Human Events managing editor Ian Miles Cheung.
The topic of “profligacy” was popular during the Vice President’s debate last week as members of the mainstream media accused Vice President Mike Pence of “insulting” Senator Kamala Harris of California.
ABC News broadcaster George Stephanopoulos said, “Mike Pence, a former TV commentator, has a very calm demeanor, but I think a lot of people were noticing some ‘human management’ going on tonight.”
Sarah Fagin, a former Bush aide, responded, “I don’t know. I didn’t see it that way, George. It never crossed my mind.” “I think he should have stopped talking a little faster, but I don’t think he was disrespecting either of the women.”
ABC News reporter Martha Radatz also denied the notion that Pence was “intentional.”
“When I hear people… I talk about human frugality and I talk about these things with Kamala Harris and [say]“The man shouldn’t interrupt her and it will look bad”… Kamala Harris is a running mate. It should be able to fend for itself, ”Radatz told Stephanopoulos later in the program.
“Yes, it’s history making. Yes, you can talk about her history and who she is and who she is and she is a woman of color there, but a man can boycott another vice presidential candidate,” Radatz continued. “It’s up to this candidate to talk again, boycott himself, or carry on that debate in whatever way he can.”