Democrats are in no mood to play nice with the Gorsuch nomination it seems. I still maintain that since Gorsuch will be confirmed anyway, Democrats might want to hold their most lethal fire for the next one, who may not be as qualified or as easy to sell as a suitable Supreme Court Judge as the undeniably credible Gorsuch. Nevertheless, after denied a vote on Merrick Garland, with Republican leaders McConnell and Grassley mounting a very effective year-long blockade, you can see why there is such anger on the Democratic side. It can't be denied that Republicans have no moral authority on this issue at all.
For a sense of just how deep the anti-Trump anger runs, look at any post on Daily Kos. Or have a read through this interview with New York Magazine's Frank Rich. Rich was the most famous and feared theatre critic of his day and he has lost none of his punch when discussing - or writing about - politics.
Gorsuch's presentation by Trump reduced him to the "status of a supplicant at a corrupt royal court".
Trump was "using language you'd expect to hear from a Vegas lounge singer paying tribute to Frank Sinatra".
And on the wretched House Speaker Paul Ryan, Rich is especially sharp, describing him as "the leading Vichy Republican. A coward who will do anything to hold on to power."
Meanwhile, Politico's report on the prime time presentation ceremony noted Trump's lack of apparent understanding of any of Judge Gorsuch's legal opinions. The show was everything. As, so far, seems to have been the case with the whole of this presidency thus far.