The Democrats’ History of “Borking” | Mike Slater

Hillsdale College Professor Adam Carrington joined Mike Slater Friday to provide some context to how Supreme Court confirmation hearings came to be so hyper-politicized and where the term “borking” originated.

President Ronald Reagan nominated renowned legal mind Robert Bork to the Supreme Court in 1982, becoming the first nationally-televised confirmation hearing which would change the confirmation process forever.

“Was that the first time these hearings went horribly off the rails?”