A3P's Davis Slams Liberal Groups' SCOTUS List

Davis, who runs the Article III Project, his own dark-money group aimed at countering Democrats’ tactics on judges, on Tuesday noted that Demand Justice’s list of potential Supreme Court nominees didn’t include Judge Merrick Garland. Garland was Obama’s 2016 nominee whose confirmation was blocked by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for nearly a year ahead of Trump’s election.

“Judge Merrick Garland didn’t even make @WeDemandJustice’s list of 32 potential Supreme Court nominees,” Davis tweeted. “(Apparently he’s too sane.) Does this mean that The Left is finally done crying in their beers over Merrick Garland and the ‘stolen seat’?”

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Davis Calls on Democrats' Running for President to Release a List of Judical Nominees

“Like President Trump did before his election, each Democrat presidential candidate should also release a list of potential Supreme Court nominees,” said Mike Davis, a former chief counsel for the Senate Judiciary Committee who now leads the Article III Project, a conservative group promoting Trump’s judicial nominees. “But the Democrats likely won’t do this, as they know their lists of liberal judicial activists would scare the hell out of American voters.”

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Davis Slams "#MeToo Mob" Protesting Kavanaugh

"After these investigations by the Senate and the FBI, there was no corroborating evidence for any of the six allegations," Davis said.

He added how it is ironic how the "#MeToo mob that opposed any and all of President Trump’s 25 potential Supreme Court nominees — even before he picked Justice Kavanaugh — is now complaining about the diligent, thorough, and comprehensive investigations of the six late-breaking allegations against Justice Kavanaugh of decades-old sexual assault."

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Davis Quoted in Reuters About Next SCOTUS Fight

Former senior Republican Senate aide Mike Davis, who runs a group called the Article III Project that he set up to support Trump’s judicial nominations, said he would expect Republicans to be energized by any potential election-year vacancy. But Davis said he also would expect Democrats to put up a fight.

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