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Politics Judicial Crisis Network launches $2.2M ad buy backing Trump Supreme Court pick

22:01  21 september  2020
22:01  21 september  2020 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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Judicial Crisis Network , a conservative legal group, will spend $ 2 . 2 million on television and digital ads in states with competitive Senate races, the beginning of a broader campaign to support President Donald Trump ’s next nominee to the Supreme Court . The ad, titled “Follow Precedent

Conservative Judicial Crisis Network put out a $ 2 . 2 million ad buy to push for a Americans for Prosperity, a conservative group backed by billionaire Charles Koch, told CNBC that it would support a nominee “in line with their priorities,” like Trump ’s past Supreme Court nominees, while tax-exempt

A prominent conservative judicial group launched a $2.2 million ad buy to back President Trump's soon-to-be-announced Supreme Court nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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The Judicial Crisis Network, run by Carrie Severino, will begin its ad blitz with a video titled "Follow Precedent," which highlights the swift confirmation process of several Supreme Court Justices, including Ginsburg, in summer 1993.

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Judicial Crisis Network , a “dark money” group that operates as the preeminent vehicle for deep-pocketed donors to funnel millions of dollars to support or oppose judicial That year, Judicial Crisis Network spent million to boost Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court confirmation, mostly on TV ads.

Supreme Court decisions touch every part of these crises — every part of our lives and our future. The last thing we need is to add a constitutional 'If and when members hold political offices, or judicial offices, or administrative offices, we would certainly not tell them how to discharge their responsibilities.'

The ad will appear on TV and digital airing nationally on cable and in key states, including Colorado, Iowa, Maine, North Carolina, Utah, and Washington, D.C.

"President Trump will soon pick a strong nominee, and the Senate should act quickly to confirm her," the network said in a statement. "There is no reason Judge Amy Coney Barrett or Judge Barbara Lagoa could not be confirmed before the election."

Trump said he would announce a nominee later this week after the memorial arrangements for Ginsburg have passed. Among the front-runners of Trump's potential picks are Amy Coney Barrett, a federal appellate court judge, and Barbara Lagoa, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit based in Georgia.

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The conservative Judicial Crisis Network will launch an immediate $ 2 million ad buy to oppose President Barack Obama's Supreme Court The group, headed by Carrie Severino, a former clerk to Justice Clarence Thomas, has also backed the GOP Senate's nomination blockade and attacked

The conservative group Judicial Crisis Network on Tuesday night launched a million, multi-media ad campaign in support of President Trump ’s Supreme Court nominee -- getting a jump on the looming Senate fight as progressive and liberal-leaning groups gear up to oppose Trump ’s pick .

Barrett was also a contender to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy in 2018, a seat that ultimately was filled by Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Lagoa, of Florida, was the first Latina to serve on Florida's high court and could help potentially boost Trump's reelection chances in the crucial state heading into November.

Severino, a onetime law clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas, told CNBC the network is set to "match" and "surpass" the ad spending of their progressive rival Demand Justice, who said they would invest $10 million in ads against filling Ginsburg's seat until after the election.

“We are going to have a state of the art campaign, using whatever we need to win this fight,” Severino said.

The network has been influential in backing Trump's other two nominees to the court, Kavanaugh and Justice Neil Gorsuch.

The group spent $10 million in support of Kavanaugh, who was confirmed by the Senate with a 50-48 vote. The network spent a similar amount in support of Gorsuch in 2017, who was confirmed 54-45 by the Senate.

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The Judicial Crisis Network is set to launch an advertising blitz in an attempt to pressure red state Democratic senators to support President Donald Trump 's pick for the Supreme Court .

President Donald Trump ’s Supreme Court pick is what deserves to be highlighted, not his hair. “Millions of voters said this was the single most important issue for them when they voted However, in less than two weeks, Donald Trump has made many positive changes to both our country and himself.

Senate Democrats say pushing through a Supreme Court nominee weeks before Election Day is an act of rank hypocrisy by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and his Republican colleagues, since then-President Barack Obama's nominee, Merrick Garland, never received consideration in 2016, much further out from voting.

Tags: News, Supreme Court, Campaigns, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Donald Trump, 2020 Elections, Joe Biden, Clarence Thomas

Original Author: Mica Soellner

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