Democrats continue to accuse Senate Republicans of playing election year politics by refusing to take up hearings for President Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland.
One of those Democrats is Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.
Sunday, Harry hooked up with "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd, who played a few choice clips of comments he made about SCOTUS nominees during the George W. Bush presidency, including this one:
“Nowhere in [the Constitution] does it say the Senate has a duty to give presidential nominees a vote."
It went downhill from there for Harry, as Todd continued to ask why he's singing a different tune today, vs. during the Bush administration.