Sen. Warren Throws Shade at Scalia's Death: Hurry and Fill Vacancy

"The sudden death of Justice Scalia creates an immediate vacancy on the most important court in the United States."

It didn't take long after hearing the terrible news of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's death for liberal Senator Elizabeth Warren to "throw some shade" his way and gleefully share her political angst towards Republicans.

In a Facebook posting on Sunday, Warren's words were devoid of tribute to the 30-year justice veteran, but were rife with urgency in filling his newly vacant, yet still warm, SCOTUS seat:

 

The sudden death of Justice Scalia creates an immediate vacancy on the most important court in the United...

Posted by U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren on Sunday, February 14, 2016

Republicans are calling for a delayed decision during this election year, a "standard practice over the last 80 years," said Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA). Yet Democrats are jumping at the chance for an Obama nominee, many hinting at another Ronald Reagan appointee, Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Nevada Sen. Harry Reid paid a small tribute to Scalia on Twitter:

But then sided with Warren's push:

 

 

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