It’s no secret that Ruth Bader Ginsburg is suffering from several health problems.
Recently, she announced that her cancer had returned and she was undergoing treatment.
Despite her advanced age and health crisis, she refused to step down.
While the country wishes her well, there’s no getting around the possibility her seat might be vacant soon.
The media asked Trump what he would do if that happened soon. This is what he said:
First serious question, in the last five months of this term, for the last five months of your second term if you get one, would you make a nomination to fill a vacancy that occurred on the Supreme Court?
DJT: You mean if something happened like now?
DJT: Absolutely, I’d do it. Sure. It depends…
When asked about filling another Supreme Court vacancy, Trump said he would “absolutely” fill it.
He even went on to say if something happened now, he would move quickly.
Trump hit Democrats, saying “they would” quickly move to fill a gap before the election.
The Supreme Court has been a major issue in both the 2016 and 2020 elections.
Trump has already filled two seats since entering office, giving the court a slightly conservative majority.
Recent rulings, though, have upset conservatives as Bush-appointed Roberts sided with the left-wing of the court.
Many believe that Roberts will no longer support conservative convictions, opting to be a “swing vote” on the court.
Because of that, conservatives want Trump to appoint at least another justice.
Should Biden win, you better believe Ginsburg would retire immediately. After that, we might see a few more retirements in the coming years.
Biden, being a puppet for the radical left, would appoint far-left justices who would try to rewrite the Constitution.
The very fabric of the country is at stake. We each passing day, Biden signals he is moving far left. Further left, it seems, than even Bernie Sanders (Sanders, after all, has rejected calls to defund the police).
Should Biden win, the country might be torn to shreds.
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg might soon leave an opening in the Supreme Court.
- Trump promised to quickly fill the seat, even before the election.
- The next president might have several seats to fill on the SCOTUS.
Source: Hugh Hewitt