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Charisma News Headline Proclaims: The Supreme Court 'Short List' Is Much Shorter Now

Charisma News Headline Proclaims: The Supreme Court 'Short List' Is Much Shorter Now

"I am grateful for the welcome editorial from the reputable Charisma News which covers social conservative politics in America. Their headline shows progress since Public Adocate first began our opposition to William Pryor, but of course we have work to do in swaying President-elect Donald Trump." said Eugene Delgaudio president of Public Advocate.

The Charisma News reports: (in part)

Last week, the presidential transition team began circulating a list of finalists to succeed the late Associate Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court.

The five jurists on the list were:

  • Judge William Pryor of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals,..................

................Each of the five candidates comes with an impressive resume, and has support from most conservatives.

...................But there is opposition to one of the members on the list that is coming from a group McConnell would be mindful to heed: conservative evangelical Christians. The pro-family group Public Advocate recently released a lengthy statement about Pryor, urging evangelicals to put pressure on President-elect Donald Trump and Senate Republicans.........................

(Delgaudio said) Pryor is not a man we can trust on the Supreme Court, and I ask that you sign our petition to signal opposition to Pryor...............

Those sentiments are shared by American Family Radio's Bryan Fischer, who wrote on Tuesday that while Pryor would be "infinitely better" than any nominee offered by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, it is important for evangelicals to make their voices heard on the matter of the Supreme Court. Trump's nominee, he said, will be the most important moment of the incoming presidency."

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