Supreme Court oral arguments interrupted by TOILET flushing

Source: Daily Mail Online - View Original Article
Published: May 06, 2020
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83% Liberal


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97% "In this format, Thomas has been speaking up, asking questions both days.""
93% "Among the biggest surprises during arguments came from Justice Clarence Thomas, who once went 10 years between questions.""
89% "The high court had made history Monday, hearing arguments by telephone and allowing the world to listen in live, both for the first time.""
84% "The high court had made history Monday, hearing arguments by telephone and allowing the world to listen in live, both for the first time On ..."
83% "The court Wednesday also heard arguments over Trump administration rules that would make it easier for employers to cite moral or religious objections in ..."
76% "Did it again.'""
74% "The justices will return to the phones next week for six cases over three days.""
73% "Justice Sonia Sotomayor forgot to unmute herself both days, but it was only for a moment.""
71% "The court heard one case per day on Monday and on Tuesday.""
66% "The Supreme Court had initially postponed 20 cases scheduled for March and April because of the coronavirus pandemic but the justices ultimately decided to ..."

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97% : In this format, Thomas has been speaking up, asking questions both days.
93% : Among the biggest surprises during arguments came from Justice Clarence Thomas, who once went 10 years between questions.
89% : The high court had made history Monday, hearing arguments by telephone and allowing the world to listen in live, both for the first time.
84% : The high court had made history Monday, hearing arguments by telephone and allowing the world to listen in live, both for the first time On Monday and Tuesday there were few glitches as the justices heard arguments over the telephone with audio available live for the first time in the court's history because of the coronavirus pandemic.
83% : The court Wednesday also heard arguments over Trump administration rules that would make it easier for employers to cite moral or religious objections in refusing to provide cost-free contraceptives to women, as required by the Affordable Care Act.
76% : Did it again.'
74% : The justices will return to the phones next week for six cases over three days.
73% : Justice Sonia Sotomayor forgot to unmute herself both days, but it was only for a moment.
71% : The court heard one case per day on Monday and on Tuesday.
66% : The Supreme Court had initially postponed 20 cases scheduled for March and April because of the coronavirus pandemic but the justices ultimately decided to hear 10 by phone
65% : It is just the second time that the justices have meet outside the court since the Supreme Court building opened in 1935.
62% : Tweeting the sound CSPAN staffer Jeremy Art said: 'LISTEN: Toilet flush during U.S. Supreme Court oral argument.'
61% : Breyer's brief absence from the arguments came in a case about robocalls.
60% : Though he is pictured in this clip because he was talking at the time, the flushing sound was not from Roman Martinez.'
58% : CLARIFICATION:
57% : He followed up with: '
55% : The noise came during oral arguments in Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants.
52% : Those include President Donald Trump's efforts to shield his tax and other financial records and whether presidential electors must cast their Electoral College votes for the candidate who wins the popular vote in their state.
46% : It had initially postponed 20 cases scheduled for March and April because of the coronavirus pandemic but the justices ultimately decided to hear 10 by phone over six days this month.
45% : Wednesday's session was scheduled for two hours but lasted nearly three hours.
38% : The 87-year-old Ginsburg is being treated at a Baltimore hospital for an infection caused by a gallstone.
36% : Scroll down for video
30% : On Tuesday, she told Chief Justice John Roberts, 'I'm sorry, chief.
28% : Until now, the hearings by telephone have been remarkably smooth, even as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participated from her hospital room The Supreme Court oral arguments were interrupted by the sound of a toilet flushing on Wednesday.
28% : It is not clear who was behind the unmistakable noise but it was broadcast to the nation just as attorney Roman Martinez was speaking The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court gather for a formal group portrait in November 2018 Until now, the hearings by telephone have been remarkably smooth, even as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participated from her hospital room and Justice Stephen Breyer was briefly kicked off the line on Wednesday.
28% : The discovery of anthrax in a court mailroom in 2001 forced a temporary relocation to another federal courthouse less than a mile away.
22% : The Supreme Court oral arguments were interrupted with the sound of a toilet flushing on Wednesday.
20% : When Breyer rejoined the call, he said he was cut off when someone had tried calling him.
17% : It is not clear who was behind the unmistakable noise but it was broadcast to the nation just as attorney Roman Martinez was speaking.
9% : One-hour sessions Monday and Tuesday ran a few minutes over.

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