Trump accused of appointing too many white judges


Written by DML
Is there a number that a leader cannot cross when appointing or hiring “white people?” Someone tell me the magic number. Is it 20%, 40%, 50%, or would the political-correction police prefer 0%?

I ask the question because The Associated Press and liberal-leaning D.C. blogger Mike Allen, of Axios, feel it is newsworthy to report the color of the skin of judges being appointed by Trump.

Axios reported on the AP story by blasting out: “Trump is nominating white men to America’s federal courts at a rate not seen in nearly 30 years, threatening to reverse a slow transformation toward a judiciary that more closely reflects the nation’s diversity.”

How about reporting the more important fact, which is that Trump is not appointing the liberal bots that Obama did. How about pointing out how the liberal judges destroy the justice system (e.g. San Francisco’s 9th Circuit).

The AP reports:

“91% of Trump’s nominees are white, and 81 percent are male.”

“Three of every four are white men, with few African-Americans and Hispanics … The last president to nominate a similarly homogenous group was George H.W. Bush.”

“The shift could prove to be one of Trump’s most enduring legacies. These are lifetime appointments, and Trump has inherited both an unusually high number of vacancies and an aging population of judges.”

It’s amazing to me how Trump supporters, and Trump himself, are tagged as “racists” when it’s the left that always focuses on race. I think they make everything about skin color because they are brainless when it comes to addressing the real issues at the core. Share this if you agree.

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