NY Times' Hulse Cheers on Democrats' Infantile SCOTUS Fight Against Republicans

New York Times congressional reporter Carl Hulse spread more publicity in support of classless Democratic pressure tactics on  Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans. Using disruptive, chanting college students borrowed from liberal activist groups, Democrats are trying to force a vote on a still-hypothetical Obama Supreme Court nomination to fill the seat of the late Antonin Scalia.

Hulse's column, “A Court Seat Sits Empty, and Calls to Fill It Dog the G.O.P.," follows his March 8 column on the same theme, and carried the same conclusion, the one Hulse virtually always arrives at in his reporting: Republicans are doomed to defeat by those wily Democrats.

As Senator Orrin G. Hatch of Utah addressed the conservative Federalist Society luncheon on Friday at a Chinatown restaurant, young protesters from the liberal group Generation Progress suddenly broke into loud chants of “Do your job,” disrupting the staid legal discussion.

Clay Waters
Clay Waters
Clay Waters was director of Times Watch, a former project of the Media Research Center.