For some reason many are under the assumption that the Confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barret is wrong or immoral or even unconstitutional. However they are all incorrect, they are referring to the Lame Duck scenario. This is simply not the case, though we are close to an election the official election does not start until Nov 3rd in which by then Justice Amy Coney Barret will, unless she is denied the position after the hearings, be voted for the replacement of the Late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This is the process of our constitution, and would only be a Lame Duck election if it was initiated or the proceedings surpassed Nov 3 2020 general election. Therefore the questions of if Justice Amy Coney Barret’s confirmation is legitimate should not even be a topic. The questions that should be asked or challenged is Justice Amy Coney Barret qualifications and is her prestige sufficient for the Supreme Court of the United Stated of America. The Lame Duck definition thanks to Wiki:
In politics, a lame duck or outgoing politician is an elected official whose successor has already been elected or will be soon. The official is often seen as having less influence with other politicians due to the limited time left in office. Conversely, a lame duck is free to make decisions that exercise the standard powers with little fear of consequence, such as issuing executive orders, pardons, or other controversial edicts. Lame duck politicians result from term limits, planned retirement, or electoral losses. Even at the local level, politicians who do not seek re-election lose their credibility and influence to fellow councilors. Projects uncompleted may fall to the wayside as their influence is greatly diminished.