3 results for tag: President Trump’s Judicial nominees


Jenny Beth Martin Issues Statement on the Nominations of Barbara Lagoa and Robert Luck

September 12, 2019 – Atlanta, GA –  Jenny Beth Martin, Honorary Chairman of Tea Party Patriots Action, has issued the following statement regarding President Donald Trump's nominations to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals: “I am thrilled that President Trump has nominated two outstanding candidates to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. As the first Hispanic woman to serve on Florida’s Supreme Court, Barbara Lagoa has proven to be an exemplary jurist. Similarly, Robert Luck is a man of high character and has demonstrated a deep understanding of our nation’s Constitution. Their nominations reaffirm the President’s commitment ...

Another Failed Smear Campaign Against President Trump’s Well-Qualified Nominees

On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing for Second Circuit Court nominee, Steven Menashi. Menashi’s confirmation has been mired in controversy thanks to a variety of smears from the liberal media. Fox News has the details: President Trump's pick for a seat on the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals adamantly denied that he harbors racist beliefs or favors "racial purity" during his confirmation hearing Wednesday morning, as he responded to inflammatory accusations against him. During questioning, Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., observed that nominee Steven Menashi has faced “unusually personal” and “vicious” attacks of this ...

Tea Party Patriots Action Urges the U.S. Senate to Confirm The President’s Judicial Nominees

Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots Action Honorary Chairman Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today, urging the U.S. Senate to confirm all of President Trump’s judicial nominees. “President Trump is keeping his promise to nominate exceptionally qualified judges with a record of adhering to the Constitution and following the rule of law. But because Senate Democrats have engaged in an unprecedented campaign of obstruction, there are now more than 160 lower federal court vacancies – more than existed when President Trump first took office. Democrats must put aside their partisan, gridlock politics and join with their Republican ...