While the nation waits for the rightful winner of the Nov. 3 presidential election to emerge, President Trump continues to make progress on policy goals that sent him to the White House four years ago.
Since Election Day, the U.S. Senate has confirmed seven new federal judges nominated by the president, and with 15 more days in session this year, could yet add to that total.
The reshaping of the federal judiciary is one of the president’s greatest achievements; to date he has seen the confirmation of 227 federal judges.
Decisions made by the federal district courts, circuit courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court will reverberate for decades to come. Trump’s judges all have one thing in common: They know the difference between interpreting the U.S. Constitution and rewriting it.
The leftist media is full of stories about how the president is working hard now to ensure that, in the event of a certified victory by Democrat Joe Biden, the incoming president will have a difficult time re-entering international accords the U.S. has exited since 2016.
To that I say, hooray.
Foreign leaders who don’t like Trump include Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whose nation’s socialized healthcare system aborts full-term babies cost-free for Canadian citizens; Iran President Hassan Rouhani, who expects Biden to "make up for past mistakes" even as that nation continues work toward building nuclear weapons, and Xin Jinping, president of China, who vastly underestimated Trump’s commitment to promoting the interests of American citizens first and foremost, all over the globe.
We do not need to appease leaders like these.
Nor do we need to be involved in international accords like the Paris Agreement and the North American Fair Trade Agreement that put America, always and by design, at a disadvantage.
President Trump’s commitment to leaving the world in better shape than he found it took a giant step forward very recently when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was in attendance.
The leaders of two of the region’s three powerhouses reportedly discussed the possibility of normalizing relations.
Following the U.S. brokered pact between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Morocco, this is a huge, earth-shaking recently unimaginable breakthrough.
It would not have been possible without President Trump’s will to make it so.
What would Biden do to advance this high-stakes chess match?
Joe Biden would bring it to a stalemate.
Biden has said he would restart the ill-conceived nuclear treaty with Iran forged under President Barack Obama. The 2015 deal was vehemently opposed by the Israelis and last week Saudi Arabia’s U.N. envoy said he didn’t think Biden would be "naïve enough" to return to a treaty that had "proven its failure to the entire world."
I don’t know if it’s naiveté or something more sinister, but I definitely think Biden is capable of — and even planning to — erect roadblocks on this historic path to peace.
Included in the president’s 2016 pledge to make America great again was his promise to protect the unborn in every way he is able, and in his first term has proven himself the most pro-life president America has ever elected.
But just as Biden might try to undo the president’s vision for the federal judiciary by packing the Supreme Court with more — and more liberal justices — re-establish relationships and treaties that are injurious to Americans and shatter the fragile peace building in the Mideast so, too, will he undo all that President Trump has done for the youngest and most vulnerable Americans, the unborn.
If the Democrats regain control of the Senate, through miracle or malice in Georgia’s Jan. 5 runoff election for two seats, every law on the federal and state level enacted to protect the unborn and their mothers would be wiped off the books with the passage of the Women’s Health Protection Act.
Parental rights would be taken away from mothers and fathers of minor girls seeking abortion. All gestational limits on abortion would be abolished — even those protecting unborn children during the final months of pregnancy. Regulations requiring oversight of abortion businesses would be eliminated. Perhaps worst of all, you and I and every American taxpayer would be forced to foot the bill for this outrageousness.
While U.S. Catholic Bishops dither about what to do given Biden’s abortion extremism, another influential organization, the American Civil Liberties Union — which has never met an abortion it didn’t like — has published a to-do list to ensure that a Biden administration would turn our nation into the most efficient child-killing machine globally.
Biden supporters think they have reason to celebrate. They don’t, because either their candidate ultimately loses, or they and their families do. If anti-abortion, pro-peace, pro-America President Trump doesn’t ultimately win this election, nobody wins.
Fr. Frank Pavone is one of the most prominent anti-abortion leaders in the world. He became a Catholic priest in 1988 under Cardinal John O’Connor in New York. In 1993 he became the fulltime National Director of Priests for Life. He is also the President of the National Pro-life Religious Council, and the National Pastoral Director of the Silent No More Campaign and of Rachel’s Vineyard, the world’s largest ministry of healing after abortion. He travels the nation assisting pro-life advocates to end abortion, and broadcasts regularly on television, radio, and internet. Mother Teresa of Calcutta, St. John Paul II, and the Trump Campaign are among those who have sought his input on pro-life matters. He has helped foster the anti-abortion activities of the Catholic Church worldwide by having served at the Vatican as an official of the Pontifical Council for the Family and a member of the Pontifical Academy for Life. Read Fr. Frank Pavone Reports — More Here.
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