Pres. Trump expands list of possible SCOTUS picks

Yet another reason to support the reelection of President Donald Trump

Yesterday, Sept. 9, 2020, President Trump released this expanded list of those he is considering to fill any vacancies that may occur on the U.S. Supreme Court.  Each of those under consideration have exemplary resumes and graduated their respective law schools with high honors.

Among the potential nominees is Arizonan Bridget Bade, appointed by the president to the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in 2019.

Also under consideration are Sens. Ted Cruz and Tom Cotton, both of whom have first-rate legal backgrounds in addition to being magna cum laude Harvard graduates.

As of September 9, 2020, the United States Senate has confirmed 205 Article III judges nominated by President Trump, including two associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, 53 judges for the United States courts of appeals, 148 judges for the United States district courts, and two judges for the United States Court of International Trade. There are currently 45 nominations to Article III courts awaiting Senate action, including 44 for the district courts and one for the Court of International Trade. There are currently 68 vacancies on the U.S. district courts and two vacancies on the New York based U.S. Court of International Trade. Senate Democrats have held up confirmations in advance of the November 3, 2020 election.

The Heritage Foundation’s Judicial Appointment Tracker compares each president’s appointees as of September 9 of each president’s fourth year. The compelling graph goes back to Pres. Ronald Reagan.

Early in his presidency Pres. Trump nominated Justices Neil Gorsuch (2017) and Brett Kavanaugh (2018). Though both were eventually confirmed, Justice Kavanaugh was subjected to a vicious Democrat-led effort to defame him.

Associate Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Bill Clinton nominee is 87-years-old and in ill health as evidenced by the numerous medical alerts from the U.S. Supreme Court. They rival a circus acrobat’s contortions trying to conceal the severity of her many hospitalizations and surgeries.

Earlier this year SRAZ wrote,Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s egocentric big gamble,”which includes this 2012 video link of the radical leftist former ACLU lawyer acknowledging she’s not a fan of the U.S. Constitution.

9 Responses to Pres. Trump expands list of possible SCOTUS picks

  1. Villanova says:

    The US Supreme Court as well as the Federal District Courts are among the highest priory reasons to reelect President Trump.
    Thanks to Seeing Red AZ for focusing attention on this too often overlooked, but crucial, aspect of our government.

    • Observer says:

      The average American doesn’t focus on the role of judiciary until it undeniably body slams their lives. All federal judges are appointed, which is just another reason why it’s critical to vote for Republican Presidents and Senators.

      Pres. Trump has excellent legal advisers who extensively vet the list of people from which he ultimately selects. There are no guarantees as we’ve seen with the disappointing Chief Justice John Roberts who voted to uphold Obamacare. I’ve read that he has private information that holds him hostage to being manipulated. Whether that’s true or not is only speculation, but he’s a major disappointment.

  2. Trevor says:

    Another good candidate is Noel Francisco who was the solicitor general under Trump and did a great job. Also he is an old personal friend of Ted Cruz.

  3. Teller Of Truth says:

    It would make NO SENSE to nominate sitting Senators Ted Cruz or Tom Cotton, thereby leaving the senate down two Republicans. Currently there are 53 Republican and 45 Democrats. The two so-called “Independents” caucus with the Dems…which tightens the numbers all the more.

  4. Sam says:

    Everything that President Trump says and does is calculated.
    He has followed The Art of War (by Sun Tzu) principles in his business life and, most importantly, during his presidency.
    Check it out. It’s a quick read.

    Please Keep in MInd:
    Tomorrow is the anniversary of 9/11/2001 and 09/11/2012.

    Commie Mayor DeBlasio in NYC announced several weeks ago that there would be NO “Tribute of Lights” this year, which is a memorial event to honor the fallen heroes of 09/11/01.

    About 40 people work to set up the lighting apparatus which shines magnificent columns of blue and white light into the NYC sky.
    DeBlasio said it would put these 40 people “at risk” of contracting the virus.

    So, the charitable organization known as Tunnel to Towers Foundation has stepped forward to make it happen.

    Stay alert.

    Still Hatin’ Those Masks?

    Here’s something that will get you singing.
    On second thought, just tap your feet. Singing uses a lot of oxygen.

  5. jake sez says:

    Please, keep away from those who are presently a part of the swamp. You can’t tell me that there are not a few good people who ae not involved with the swamp rats. Its a big country and there has to be someone who is NOT a part of the swamp rats.

  6. Sam says:

    After President Trump’s announcement–

    Tom Cotton twitter account:

    It’s time for Roe v. Wade to Go.

  7. Attila The Hunny says:

    Steve Hilton exposes the never-Trumoers for the scourge they are: