Amy Coney Barrett brags about her more than 2,000 students she's taught at Notre Dame law school. She also claims to be an "originalist" and a "textualist," meaning she turns to the original meaning of the words in the U.S. Constitution to inform her opinions.
Republican Senator Ben Sasse tossed her a softball question in the middle of his Judiciary Committee civics class which should have been a slam-dunk.
SASSE: What are the five freedoms of the First Amendment?
JUDGE BARRETT: Speech, religion, press, assembly, and I don't know, what am I missing?
SASSE: Protest or redress
Yes, that actually did happen. For real.
She is not qualified for the court.