Supreme Court process tainted
Thursday, July 12, 2018
A president under investigation for colluding with a foreign power (and known enemy of the United States) should not be allowed to appoint Supreme Court justices.
When that president picks a nominee who has stated that sitting president should not be subject to indictment nor subjected to civil suits while in office, it should raise red flags for everyone regardless of political party.
No president should be hand-picking a justice that will be biased in potential future cases involving said president. No nominee should be voted on until such a time as the investigation has concluded and the president cleared of wrong doing.
Jennifer R B Thielen