By: Red Pill | 07-03-2018 | News
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Trump's Supreme Court Picks are Down to These Four Conservative Diehards

President Trump has the chance to appoint a second Supreme Court Justice in less than two years in office, a choice which will have implications for generations to come in making some of the nation's toughest decisions on embattled court cases.

This historic opportunity is one that not every President is blessed with forming, but for Donald J. Trump; <i>he's had this chance twice now. </i>

From what our sources within halls of the White House are telling us, the selection process has required what President Trump calls <i>extreme vetting,</i> where he's taken the opinions of some of the nation's most brilliant legal minds and discussed topics of interest to the Conservative base, and how limited his choices down to four candidates to become the next Justice on the Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS).

Every Trump supporter across the nation is thrilled by the thought of an additional Pro-Trump, “America First,” hardline supporter of traditional values Judge sitting among the nation's top court, and there's good reason for such, since <i>Democrats appear to be losing their mind over the prospect of a new member of SCOTUS appointed by President Trump.

Many liberal fear-mongers are alleging that “Roe versus Wade” is now “dead,” and somehow abortions will come to a screeching halt, which is very unlikely to be the case as much as we may wish to see such a change.

Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) is one of only two Republicans who still seems to support abortion rights, and she claims that President Trump told her in a private meeting he would not discuss the opinions of Roe v. Wade with any of his potential candidates, despite what the liberal media is spewing along with their heartless Hollywood liberal mouthpieces on social media.

Collins is quoted as saying that she personally believes Roe v. Wade to be a "settled law, " and a firm "precedent," arguing that she prefers to find "Judges who respect precedent."

Unfortunately for RINO Collins, abortion <i>is</i> murder, and voters should remember her name in the future based upon her liberal ideological stances.

Revisiting such cases will unlikely be on the agenda of the Supreme Court anytime soon, with countless other cases awaiting their day before the nine Judges to have a final decision made.

That being said, <i>never say never</i> when it comes to atrocities such as abortion.

President Trump is said to have spent 45 minutes each with the four top-ranking picks for SCOTUS, and each of those Judges has their own respective differences.

First, there's federal appeals court Judge<a href=""> Amy Coney Barrett </a>of the Seventh Circuit Court, who is both the Diane and M.O. Miller Research Chair of Law, and a Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School.

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Barrett seems to receive both critique and applause dependent upon who you ask, born in Louisiana, where she worked fervently to accomplish her groundbreaking career in law.

She's also a mother of seven, and supports many Conservative values, and is only 46 years of age, meaning her longevity on the Supreme Court Of The United States could be a deciding factor.

Second, there's<a href=""> Brett M. Kavanaugh </a>of the District of Columbia Circuit, who is said to have the support of many within the President’s closest advisors.

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Kavanaugh was Staff Secretary in the Executive Office of the President of the United States under President George W. Bush, where he received enormous praise for his dedication.

Those who view Bush unfavorably must remember that Kavanaugh differs from the 43rd President on a variety of issues, and leans closer to Trump and his stances on a multitude of topics.

A protégé of Kenneth Starr, Kavanaugh played a lead role in drafting the Starr report, which urged the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.

Even more interesting, Kavanaugh also led the investigation into the suicide of Clinton aide Vincent Foster.

Then, after the controversial 2000 US Presidential election, in which Kavanaugh worked for the George W. Bush campaign in the Florida recount, Kavanaugh joined Bush's staff, where he led the Administration's effort to identify and confirm Conservative judicial nominees.

As a father to two daughters, Kavanaugh also holds strong traditional values, and at the age of 53 could hold the ranks of a Justice on SCOTUS for several decades.

Third, there's<a href=""> Raymond M. Kethledge </a>of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, who was born in New Jersey but grew up and still resides in Michigan.

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Kethledge is said to be one of the brightest in his league, having himself clerked for Justice Anthony Kennedy in 1997, only to return to the University of Michigan where he graduated to now teach a course at the University of Michigan Law School called "Fundamentals of Appellate Practice," which focuses on the elements of strong legal writing.

A father to both a son and daughter, Kethledge is only 51 years of age and could stand on the Supreme Court for several decades as well.

Fourth, President Trump is said to have spoken with Judge<a href=""> Amul R. Thapar </a> of the Sixth Circuit personally in a face-to-face meeting, where the two shared thoughts on a variety of topics.

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Amul R. Thapar was born in Troy, Michigan, where he received a Bachelor’s of Science from Boston College, and a Juris Doctor from UC Berkeley School of Law prior to his current role on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Once an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Ohio from 2002 to 2006, and was the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky from 2006 to 2007, Thapar is no stranger to the Judicial system, and while an Assistant US Attorney, he was appointed to the Attorney General's Advisory Committee (AGAC) and chaired the AGAC's Controlled Substances and Asset Forfeiture subcommittee. He also served on its Terrorism and National Security subcommittee, Violent Crime subcommittee, and Child Exploitation working group.

Thapar is said to be in the praises of all working towards shutting down illicit child-sex trafficking and child pornography, having fought hard to protect children throughout his career.

The fact that Thapar is not only informed about this controversial topic but has alone fought those responsible for perpetuating it, is something to admire. Remember, the mainstream media ignores the topic entirely, and politicians pretend it doesn't exist, which makes it that much more important to the common person.

Backed hard by Mitch McConnell, Thapar is a father to three himself, and only 49-years-old, meaning his longevity on the court is without question one to be considered for generations to come.

Each of the potential candidates is qualified within their own rights, and all of them have their own unique backings within the GOP and Trump cabinet.

There are criticisms of some, but I can't see where you can go wrong with anyone who's going to sit on the bench and lean hard-right for twenty to forty years to come.

President Trump must now make a decision, and he's set to announce his pick no later than July 9th.

Will Democrats set up a blockade and attempt to stonewall? Absolutely, and they're already trying.

However, the perilous wait for the left is something that can't be won, unless every member of the Democratic Party stood in unison against the nominee, something that is extremely unlikely with the 2018 midterms coming up and many liberals running tight races in swing states.

We're wishing the best of luck to all of the potential appointees, and may God grant them the grace necessary to serve this great nation at the highest court in the land.

<i>If it were me, I'd choose Thapar or Kavanaugh</i>, based solely on their histories to tackle tough and controversial subject matter such as “PedoGate” and the “Clinton Cartel,” but the decision lay with the 45th President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump.

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Schermann No. 30290 2018-07-03 : 11:22

Rule One: no poofters!

joe No. 30457 2018-07-05 : 04:20

i m about fed up with schumer and his whining look what they did when they had the stroke! does anyone think if they were in power they wouldnt be putting an uber liberial up for the court!? sorry you lost by running that idiot criminal clinton! u couldnt even get her elected with the help of the fbi&doj! trump will get re elected and get to nominate 2 more that ought to set their hair on fire! #MAGA

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