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.