Skip to comments.Obama Nomination of Six For Appeals Court Shows Abortion Extremism
Posted on 03/26/2011 6:59:18 AM PDT by Clintonfatigued
Demonstrating allegiance to the pro-abortion agenda, Stephen Six successfully captured the attention of President Obama and recently received a judicial nomination to the Federal Appeals Court. Thats bad news for America and heres why: Mr. Six is notorious for using political powers to protect the abortion industry. As Kansas Attorney General, he personally thwarted the investigation and prosecution of crimes committed by Planned Parenthood.
The states abortion centers knowingly took advantage of more than 160 minors, covering for rapists and turning a profit off of pain. In addition, Planned Parenthood blatantly conducted at least 39 illegal late-term abortions. A shocking trail of evidence resulted in the nations first and only criminal case filed against the abortion giant. But the case deemed legitimate by every judge who has reviewed it is stuck. And Stephen Six is responsible.
Handpicked to fill a vacancy by the wildly pro-abortion Governor Kathleen Sebelius, Stephen Six got right to work. Among his accomplishments: botching a strong criminal case against notorious late-term abortionist George Tiller, blocking the release of documents and evidence in the Planned Parenthood case, and pushing for a gag order to silence vital testimony.
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Anyone Obama nominates for anything has communist ties someplace.
Stephen Six isn’t just a lawyer who’s pro-Roe vs. Wade. He is a virulent pro-abortion militant who’ll ignore the Constitution and use the court to achieve his ideological ends.
I believe the next President will be able to FIRE THESE DEMONS!
And you can BET that Orrin will vote to confirm!!!
You should check further.
Once confirmed, I believe, they are appointed for life.
Attorney General Stephen Six: a Holder mini-me!
Nope. These are lifetime gigs.
Will ping out later today or at latest, tomorrow. I’ve not been on FR for a couple of weeks - this/n/that - but will be back soon.
Thank you for the ping!