Amy Coney Barrett Sworn Into SCOTUS By John Roberts

Good news, ladies and gentlemen.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett has now officially been sworn in to the Supreme Court, making her Justice Amy Coney Barrett and giving conservatives a majority in the highest court of the land.

On Tuesday morning, Chief Justice John Roberts gave ACB the judicial oath, in private, in the East Conference Room located in the Supreme Court. This makes her the 103rd associate justice on the bench.

Here’s more from Washington Examiner:

“Upon administration of that oath, she will be able to begin to participate in the work of the Court,” the high court said in a press release on Monday. “A formal investiture ceremony will take place at a special sitting of the Court in the Courtroom at a later date.”

Barrett appeared at the White House on Monday with President Trump in a celebratory event following her Senate confirmation. Associate Justice Clarence Thomas delivered Barrett’s constitutional oath.

She is expected to rule on several high-profile cases, including a constitutional challenge to the Obama-era Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which the Supreme Court is set to hear one week after the election. Throughout Barrett’s confirmation hearings, Democrats asserted that the law would be at risk of being struck down by the high court should she be confirmed.

This is what has the radical left weeping and spewing tons of hatred toward President Trump, GOP senators, and of course Barrett herself. It’s likely, being an originalist, she will rule Obamacare to be unconstitutional, which means that it could be completely tossed out the door, fulfilling yet another promise from President Donald Trump.