At the time of the presidential campaign not only did candidate Trump have to win over a certain amount of Democrats to win the election but he also had to win over a certain portion of his own Republican Party who were uncertain if they would vote for him. Naturally you as well as me I’m sure we were constantly looking at the polls at the time and I mean the real polls, the polls that made sense you know, the silent Americans who were not talking to the pollsters but the pollsters were too stupid to understand it and pick it up. The number one issue that uncertain Republicans were swayed with to go with Trump was that he was going to have the selection of any future Supreme Court nominee and this was a very big concern to never mind the uncertain Republican voter but many of us who were already committed to voting for Trump. We sure as hell did not want a Hillary Clinton selecting liberals who treat the Constitution as a living document. We must stop the liberal (socialist) judges from penetrating the Supreme Court because they use the high court to socialize America. Not only that Trump promised us that he would replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia with a strict Constitutionalist the same way Scalia was. President Trump yesterday fulfilled his promise to the American people with his nominating to the Supreme Court Judge Neil Gorsuch of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals and I know I am ecstatic and from what I have seen today on the internet people who believe in the Constitution as it was written are as well. Thank you President Trump!
The following was posted by Anthony Perkins’, published by Washington Update: “In addition to a strong stand on religious liberty, Gorsuch has called for a pro-life ethic, outlined in his book, The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia. Gorsuch’s 2005 op-ed for the National Review summarizes his thoughts on the state of increasingly liberal American jurisprudence: “American liberals have become addicted to the courtroom, relying on judges and lawyers rather than elected leaders and the ballot box, as the primary means of effecting their social agenda on everything from gay marriage to assisted suicide to the use of vouchers for private-school education. This overweening addiction to the courtroom as the place to debate social policy is bad for the country and bad for the judiciary.”
When our Forefathers wrote the Constitution they did not mean it to be a living document in any future make-up of our country. I am attaching a link that explains so well how our Forefathers thought about a living Constitution so as we see they did talk about it and did not approve of it and here is what Scalia had to say about it himself the Justice that Gorsuch is replacing: “If we’re picking people to draw out of their own conscience and experience a ‘new’ Constitution, we should not look principally for good lawyers. We should look to people who agree with us. When we are in that mode, you realize we have rendered the Constitution useless. —Antonin Gregory Scalia, Supreme Court Justice.”