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Christian News Network: Man Who Prosecuted 'Ten Commandments' Judge One of Top Three on Trump's SCOTUS Shortlist

The Christian News Network reports today, in part

As President Trump plans to announce his nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court next week, reports state that he has narrowed his preferences down to three judges from the federal appeals circuit: William Pryor, Neil Gorsuch and Thomas Hardiman. Some continue to express concern about the possibility of Pryor serving on the nation's highest court due to his 2003 promise to uphold Roe v. Wade despite his personal beliefs, as well as his prosecution of "Ten Commandments Judge" Roy Moore that same year.

...... it is the record of 11th Circuit Judge William Pryor that has some concerned.

The American Family Association, Focus on the Family and Family Research Council have all made remarks of opposition about Pryor, as has the Personhood Alliance and the legal group Public Advocate.

"Public Advocate opposes Pryor because as a judge, Pryor has a long track record of ruling against Christians and in support of the radical left," said Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate. "Pryor specifically attacked Judge Moore's continued belief in God and his incorporation of his Christian beliefs in his role as a judge."...........................