President Donald Trump announced his pick of Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court Justice this weekend, with Republicans saying they are on track for a full vote on the nomination the week before the election. The timing of the decision has brought up comparisons to Republicans’ refusal to consider a President Barack Obama SCOTUS pick, while observers have pointed to the impact that a more conservative court could potentially have on the upcoming presidential election, voting rights, abortion rights, and more. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Jennifer Braceras of the conservative Independent Women’s Forum, Boston University Law Professor Jay Wexler, and Renée Landers, professor at Suffolk University Law School.