Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is gearing up for another “brutal” confirmation process as soon as President Trump names his nominee to replace former Supreme Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The president has already said that he will choose a woman to fill the vacancy, and reports indicate that female will likely be Amy Coney Barrett, a federal appellate judge and Notre Dame professor who was a law clerk for the late Justice Antonin Scalia in the late 1990s.
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Sarah Sanders called on Americans to pray for the President Trump’s nominee and their family as they are likely on the verge of undergoing a process that will be just as ruthless as that of Justice Brett Kavanaugh before he was confirmed by the Senate.
Sanders tweeted, “The liberal mob shamelessly accused Justice Kavanaugh of ‘gang rape’ and put his wife and two young daughters through hell.”
“The Democrats play mean and dirty, and the next few weeks are going to be absolutely brutal for the President’s nominee and her family,” she added. “Pray for them.” See Below
Sarah Sanders Calls On Americans To Pray For President Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee:
The liberal mob shamelessly accused Justice Kavanaugh of “gang rape” and put his wife and two young daughters through hell. The Democrats play mean and dirty, and the next few weeks are going to be absolutely brutal for the President’s nominee and her family. Pray for them.
— Sarah Huckabee Sanders (@SarahHuckabee) September 26, 2020
In response to reports that President Trump will announce Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee, Sanders wrote, “If liberals actually cared about empowering women, they’d be applauding Judge Amy Coney Barrett – a working mom with impeccable legal credentials – not denigrating her with bigoted attacks on her Christian faith.”
In ending, here is a statement Sanders posted just moments later, where she relished the fact that Trump will have the extremely rare opportunity to make three Supreme Court nominations in less than four years as President: