While you aren’t watching President Trump is doing something GREAT!

By now you would think that the Democrats and the mainstream media would have realized that President Trump can multitask. While they are all focused on the Twitter storms that he stirs up, he is moving steadily through the process of lower court judges and district attorneys. It is because the President is striking at the roots of the problems with our over liberal justice system.

As Written By Nicole Russell for the Washington Examiner:

When Donald Trump was elected and then started tweeting strange things or firing staffers, liberals asked conservatives, “Was Gorsuch worth it?” They are referring, of course, to the logic behind why many conservatives rallied for Trump — They wanted a conservative Supreme Court justice in the mold of Justice Scalia to replace him. Many liberals, and even conservatives, are acting now like that litmus test has passed, as if there’s no redeeming factor.

Not so. Trump is still nominating judges and the Senate still needs to confirm them. Much is on the line during this process, far beyond one presidency and one federal judge. It showcases a true battle of ideas and values.

Business Insider observed in June: “When it comes to nominating judges to the federal bench, Trump is moving at a breakneck pace. And the number of nominees for vacant US attorney positions, a crucial area, is dwarfing that of the past administration this early on.”

Still, these nominations must be confirmed.

Here’s just one example why: On Wednesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit ruled that the board of commissioners in Jackson County, Mich. — represented by First Liberty Institute, a non-profit law firm that deals with religious liberty issues — may open its meetings with invocations. In two cases, the Supreme Court found invocations before government …..

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While you aren’t watching, Trump is doing a great job of nominating lower-level judges

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