In liberal Senator Dianne Feinstein‘s questioning of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, the Democrat clearly did not do her homework.
Feinstein raised a couple of cherry-picked opinions that the Judge had given throughout his long and distinguished law career as evidence that Gorsuch tends to side with entrepreneurs over workers.
Gorsuch strongly disagreed, saying that he has taken part in over 2700 opinions and that many of his rulings sided with blue-collar laborers and homeowners over big business.
The Senator smugly replied, “Can you possibly send me some of those?” Gorsuch, thanking her profusely for raising the issue, interjected “Oh goodness, I can list a bunch of them for you right now,” and proceeded to do so while Feinstein looked down at her notes nervously.
Watch the clip below.