You’ve probably heard a lot of chatter about how important it is that our President has been on the ball with judge nominations and confirmations. His progress on the Supreme Court is clear, and everyone can see why that is so important. What many people overlook is how important lower court nominations are. Trump has set records on confirming judges in these lower courts. Here’s why it matters.
How well do you remember 2017? Virtually every unilateral policy change that President Trump made was challenged in federal courts. Many of his efforts were stalled, if not outright thwarted. Eventually, many of the more important changes were able to take effect, but the economic and international prosperity we’ve enjoyed under Trump was both stalled and limited.
Two years later, we find that Trump can get his policy through federal courts with much greater ease. That’s because a large number of biased, unqualified liberal judges have been replaced by non-partisan individuals. With fairness in hand, judges have mostly allowed President Trump to just do his job.
That brings us to this latest win. The President restored a question to the census that will help America understand immigration and move towards a better future. Two years ago, it would have been impossible. Today, it flew through the judicial review. Watch this video and see just how important this seemingly innocuous change really is.