“The restoration of law and order and the reverence for private property rights are the most powerful principles with which to unite main-street America, left and right, in the ramp-up to the November election.” (“Law and Order Unites Main Street America.“)
“This is what Republicans must remember, before they scamper down the judicial rabbit hole of abortion.” The kind of “reasoning” that could unseat Trump is if the credentialed conservative elites press the abortion issue. That would be political suicide.
And it may be upon us with the nomination of “Amy Coney Barrett, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals of the 7th Circuit, as President Trump’s nomination to the seat vacated by the death of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.” (Fox News)
Amy Coney Barrett may appear to promise the shock we all know the system deserves, but her nomination risks reframing the precarious Trump reelection effort from a winning battle over law and order, immigration, and left-wing political violence to a messy and poorly timed slog through well-worn battles that would be better and more effectively fought after Trump wins re-election.
It’s too late, but READ “The Case for Judge Bridget Bade.”
#AmyConeyBarrett is as cute as a button, academically brilliant and can't shut up about the #Haitian babies. She'll be a DC crowd pleaser. "Scampering down the judicial rabbit hole of abortion" was a bad idea.https://t.co/eNBxbBlzRv https://t.co/Whm4v4lh1h
— ILANA Mercer (@IlanaMercer) September 27, 2020