Quickly, BT enthusiasts.  What Brain Type in politics (and outside when it involves speaking) is best known for not relying on notes?  While #13 FCIR former President Barack O’bama was a true teleprompter president, #15 FCIL Donald Trump has been quite the opposite, going off cue quite often for better or for worse.  Time and again we have reminded you that #15s have the gift of gab, but more specifically the gift of gab that doesn’t heavily rely on pre-written notes (due to their Conceptually logical Q3 dominance).  So when GOP Sen. John Cornyn of Texas after many hours asked Amy Coney Barrett, the Supreme Court nominee, how she had prepared her defense, but more poignantly, to show everyone her notes, Amy raised a blank piece of paper with nothing on it, demonstrating “the depths of her judicial knowledge on Tuesday as she responded to hours of questioning with zero notes in front of her.”  Cornyn asked her, “Is there anything on it?”  Barrett responded, “The letterhead that says ‘United States Senate.”  Cornyn then responded, “That’s impressive.”

Yes, to answer your question, Amy Coney Barrett is a #15 FCIL.  She has been facing a barrage of questions over the last few days from liberal Democrats who desperately want to take her down, but to no avail.  Barrett, a Catholic mother of seven, is as sharp as a tack, and so far has barely flinched.  For years, Barrett has been “lauded as a brilliant legal mind,”  but her conservative leanings have the Left up in arms against her.  From a Brain Type’s perspective, they stand little chance of breaking Barrett.  She is a stalwart #15 with deep convictions, and will likely be replacing the empty seat of Ruth Bader Gisburg within the month.

One advisory board member had this to say about Mrs. Barrett.  “It’s almost like she has a superpower by calmly sitting there and politely responding to these questions.  I think she made each and every one of them (democrats) look silly or worse.”

See Cornyn and Barrett’s friendly exchange below.

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