Constitutional scholar John Eastman and attorney Robert Dunn react on ‘The Ingraham Angle’

Judge Amy Coney Barrett‘s Supreme Court confirmation hearing kicked off on Monday with Democrats trying to paint her as a potential threat to the rights of women and minorities.

A major theme of Democrats’ attacks on Barrett appeared to be the idea that President Trump nominated her due to her attitude towards the Affordable Care Act — also known as ObamaCare — with oral arguments coming up in November in a case that could potentially spell the end of it. 

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