Crazed Liberals Upset With Trump's 59+ Pro-family Picks for Federal Courts
NBC TV news has lost its mind about President Donald Trump's nomination of fifty-nine pro-family candidates to fill 120 federal slots. 12 Appeals Court Judges have been sworn in, a 30 year record for a first year president, says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
Liberal leftist stooge for the homosexual lobby NBC TV News says in part:
"From a proposed ban on transgender people serving openly in the military to an amicus brief in support of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, the Trump administration has often found itself at odds with advocates of LGBTQ rights this year.
But there is one area in particular that has advocates worried, one they say will affect the country, and LGBTQ civil rights, long after President Donald Trump has left office: the record speed with which he is reshaping the federal courts.
When Trump assumed the presidency in January, he inherited more than 120 federal judicial vacancies. Since then, he has made 59 nominations to fill those seats, and the Senate has confirmed 18 of them. Advocates of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer rights, however, are sounding the alarm over the past records of many of the nominees.
"This is an area where they have the ability to make a huge impact," McGowan told NBC News. "It's an area where they hold all the cards."