Meet The Democrats Who Supported Gorsuch in 2006

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The Daily Caller: President Donald Trump’s nominee to succeed Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, was confirmed by the Senate [in 2006] to his seat on the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals without a single dissenting vote.

Confirmed just two months after President George W. Bush submitted his name for the Senate’s consideration, not a single Democrat raised an objection to his confirmation in July 2006. He was approved on a voice vote. more

Opinion: They loved Judge Gorsuch just a few years ago. The list of Democrat leaders that voted for Gorsuch for the Federal Bench includes then Senator Barack God bless Planned Parenthood Obama, Chuck can’t hold back the tears Schumer, and Harry I lied about Mitt Romney not paying taxes and proud of it Reid.

There is one glowing reason that Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, ranking member of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Sen. Maria Cantwell, Sen. Tom Carper, Sen. Patrick Leahy, Sen. Robert Menendez, Sen. Patty Murray, Sen. Bill Nelson, Sen. Jack Reed, Sen. Debbie Stabenow and Sen. Ron Wyden now find Judge Gorsuch repugnant.

Roe V. Wade

The law that has cost the lives of over 60 million people in the US was conceived, pun intended, with a lie.

In 1970, Norma Nelson, (Jane Roe) a high-school drop-out, needed a story in order to abort her third pregnancy. She invented a rape story and became the model for progressive lawyers and lawmakers to establish a right to abortion for all women, not just those who had been raped.

Norma later admitted it was a lie.

The damage done to millions of women and men whose “choice” has caused death and regret, has been purposely buried under more deception of the mother’s health, rape and incest.

Has anyone successfully argued that killing a viable unborn child seconds before birth can save the life of the mother?

Judge Gorsuch was one of the original judges on the 2013 Hobby Lobby case, which expanded the right of religious employers to limit their employees’ access to birth control coverage, before the case went to the Supreme Court.

He opposes legal euthanasia due to his belief in the sanctity of all human life.

In his 2006 book, The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia, Gorsuch makes an observation on Roe v. Wade. He notes that if, in the decision, the Supreme Court definied the fetus as a “person” as outlined by the 14th Amendment, it wouldn’t have legalized abortions. There is not a “constitutional basis” for putting the life of the mother ahead of the child’s.

Abortion is to the progressive left a religion. Take a wild guess who its god is.