Good Morning America
The most conservative Supreme Court of all time was expected to unleash an outpouring of ideological anger in its first term. In October, Justice Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed in a rush. This solidified the court’s 6-3 Republican majority. It also raised fears and hopes for the left about an imminent blow to Obamacare and the rollback of abortion rights. Jeffrey Rosen, constitutional law professor at the National Constitution Center, stated that many people had expected it to be a series of six-to-three decisions with Justice Barrett replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.