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Trump Gets High Praise For Judicial Picks After Series of Major SCOTUS Rulings

One policy that former President Donald Trump implemented while in office helped the country far more than it may have otherwise.

Following a flurry of decisions during the most recent SCOTUS session, conservatives around the nation are applauding Trump for his decision to choose federal judges and members of the U.S. Supreme Court based on suggestions from The Federalist Society and other right-leaning organizations.

The praise comes in the wake of high court judgments that overturned Roe v. Wade last year, as well as more recent verdicts that upheld constitutional rights to free speech and assembly and challenged racial preferences in college admissions.

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According to Carrie Severino, president of the Judicial Crisis Network, the current high court, which has a 6-3 majority, is among the greatest in recent memory.

“This is the best Supreme Court in living memory, rolling back activist decisions like Roe v. Wade, enforcing Second Amendment rights, and striking down unconstitutional racial preferences,” Severino said.

“That’s thanks to a president who made it a priority to nominate principled originalists with the courage of their convictions and a Senate that was willing to fight for the confirmations of those nominees,” she added.

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Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Commission Ken Blackwell agreed, telling the outlet, “Conservative and moderate justices alike agree that equal protection does not allow government school officials to treat some students better or worse than others solely because of their skin color.”

Continuing, he added, “This decision is a step closer to realizing Dr. King’s dream of instead judging people by the content of their character.”

Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.) added that the “big successes we are seeing today were crucially influenced by President Trump’s nomination of three constitutional conservative justices.” I vigorously backed these judges because it was past time for the Supreme Court to stop acting as a rubber stamp for liberal whims and begin upholding the Constitution as our Founders intended.

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), a close ally of Trump, said to supporters of the president last week: “This Supreme Court, ladies and gents, has made history, and you ought to be damn proud of it. Because of Donald Trump, this court is the most conservative in my lifetime. And when it comes to Donald Trump, I can assure you that the best is yet to come.

He also told the crowd: “And let me tell you what’s at stake. If they win in 2024, they’re going to pack the Supreme Court, so we need to get off our butts and make sure Donald Trump wins.”

Governor of Arkansas Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a former press secretary for Donald Trump, seems to be following his judicial selection guidelines. On Monday, she made a rightward move by appointing Cody Hiland to the state Supreme Court.

This is significant because Arkansas, where former Democratic President Bill Clinton served as both governor and attorney general in the late 1980s and early 1990s, was the last southern state to go red.

“State Republicans last year elected the 51-year-old Hiland as chairman of the state party. From 2017 to 2020, he served as U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas following his appointment by then-President Donald Trump,” the Western Journal reported. “Hiland also served as legal counsel for the Arkansas Department of Public Safety and prosecutor for the 20th Judicial District of Arkansas.”

When Sanders was elected as the state’s first female governor, he participated actively in her successful gubernatorial campaign.

“Today, I appointed former prosecutor and U.S. attorney Cody Hiland to the Arkansas Supreme Court — marking the first time the Court will have a conservative majority,” the governor tweeted Monday.

“Cody brings decades of legal experience to the job — and I am confident he will serve our state well,” she said.

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