Pushing a theory that Trump's election was improperly bolstered by Russia, former Clinton-era Labor Secretary Robert Reich said for MoveOn.org, "until we know he is a legitimate president, Trump can't be presumed to have the authority to make such a pick."
And on Sunday, Hillary Clinton's campaign communications director said a filibuster is the only course of action for Democrats until the investigation into Russia's 2016 efforts is done.
"If Clinton had won with the help of the Russians, the Republicans would have impeachment proceedings underway for treason," Jennifer Palmieri wrote in the Washington Post.
She added: "Don't let business continue on Capitol Hill without insisting at every opportunity that our nation should resolve the Russia matter. Filibustering Neil Gorsuch is a good start. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer is right that it would be 'unseemly' to move forward with a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court by a president whose campaign is under an active FBI investigation."
Their voices are part of a growing Democratic chorus to use the Gorsuch nomination to draw more attention to the Russia affair and turn it into a scandal.Read more at WashingtonExaminer