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Amy Coney Barrett being sworn in as the newest Supreme Court Justice on October 26.

Lucy Sanders

Amy Coney Barrett being sworn in as the newest Supreme Court Justice on October 26.

October

After much debate on whether President Donald Trump should be allowed to put in a new Supreme Court Justice, Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed by the Senate to be a Supreme Court Justice on October 26. She replaced former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. During her confirmation hearing, she forgot the right to protest as a freedom granted by the first amendment, sparking many memes and TikToks about it.

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, children across the country were highly discouraged to trick-or-treat in order to lower the risk of spreading the virus. Although not everyone complied, many homes throughout the country were unable to see trick-or-treaters.

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