The Guardian reports:
Speaking on Fox News Sunday, Pete Buttigieg, who married his husband Chasten in 2018, indicated that the court’s 2015 decision that made same-sex marriage legal was among a number of rulings a strong conservative majority could look to overturn.
Republicans are seeking to seat Barrett before the 3 November general election. The Senate judiciary committee will vote this week on forwarding the nomination to a full floor vote.
“Right now as we speak the pre-existing condition [healthcare] coverage of millions of Americans might depend on what is about to happen in the Senate with regard to this justice,” Buttigieg said. “My marriage might depend on what is about to happen in the Senate with regard to this justice. So many issues are on the line.”
Buttigieg on Fox News trying to make Biden & “court packing” a thing: “We don’t want to allow this POTUS to change the subject… the preexisting condition coverage of millions of Americans might depend on what is about to happen in the Senate… my marriage might depend on [it]” pic.twitter.com/4wgK6gYG7u
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 18, 2020