Trump Appointing A Supreme Court Nominee Late in The Election Cycle: Is This Legal?

This Cat Never Shares Much About Politics as many these days are SO Passionate about their choice of WHO should be running AMERICA. But this post caught my EYE and made me ponder a bit. I hope all my readers are Registered to VOTE in your STATE…
WHO TO VOTE FOR? Well, I’ll leave that up to you. I will say though before you vote?
I will offer this re-blogged post and?
Is this the AMERICA you want to continue to LIVE IN?…


Inverted logic

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The Trump administration has drawn some controversy by appointing a Supreme Court Justice less than 90 days away from the presidential election. The president has declared Saturday he will publicly announce his replacement for longstanding Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Many pundits find this move distaste full for two main reasons. First off, this decision is being made only eight days after the passing of Justice Ginsberg. The other concern is Trump selecting a justice within months of an election. Public sentiment seems to be leaning towards allowing the winner of the 2020 election to fill this vacancy. The issue with public sentiment is that it seldomly considers the law of the land. Often is fueled by visceral passions more so than reason.

However, I would be derelict in my duties as an armchair commentator if didn’t voice some criticism of the Trump administration. Let’s…

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