Trump administration has a lot to do these days. The main is saving the spot of the leader in the upcoming presidential elections. Trump has been going far and beyond by undermining the opposition party down. The latest debate is in the news, for obvious reasons. However, another area where the Trump administration is busy is at making Amy Coney Barrett the next Supreme court Justice. The anointment of Barrett for the RBG’s place is quite triggering amidst the American population. The way the administration has been rushing to place her at the seat is not accepted, especially not by the Democrats. However, looks like that the Republicans don’t care and now they will spend $30 million to advocate her confirmation into the Supreme Cort.
Trump Administration will not stop advocating for Amy Coney Barrett
The decision to spend millions of dollars on advocation of Barrett into the Supreme Court is an extreme decision. They want to do it before the Presidential elections, considering its uncertainty. The battleground states for the Republicans which made him win in the 2016 election are the main places on their radar. Trump administration wants to finance the money for advertising and other activities to get the idea across. The confirmation may happen on Monday and this is the reason, the money’s expending becomes necessary. On Thursday, a committee vote was set up after which the decision to go forward with this.
Democrats on the other hand have asked Barrett, time in an time out, about the actions she would take after she takes up the seat. They have highlighted the anti-abortion rights and the negative impacts that come with that. They have ignored her faith in that, only to target her Obamacare striking motive. The money aims to reach 2.5 million voters through various forms of advertising. They want to win the favor of states like North Carolina, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.
Who is backing her?
This is the rough list of people who are willing to contribute to back Barrett’s admission into the SC. Various anti-abortion rights groups like Concerned Women for America have organized events in 10 states. America First Policies, a pro-Trump political action committee, will put $5 million to back her up. The anti-tax group Club for Growth will spend another $5 million to advocate in front of the senators. About her admission, the New York Times survey showed that 47 percent of voters said that she should take on the seat. Whereas, 39 percent said that Trump should vote for Barrett only if he wins the election. Even if Trump’s victory in the coming election seems not that strong, the Trump administration is turning all odds to place Barrett as the next SC Justice.