Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican Presidential candidate, is trailing behind Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former President Donald Trump in the polls. However, his unique campaigning style and transparent approach are helping him gain momentum.
Recently, Ramaswamy demonstrated his adept handling of an outburst during a campaign rally. Additionally, he unveiled a list of potential nominees for both the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Courts of Appeals.
According to The Daily Caller, Ramaswamy’s list of U.S. Supreme Court nominees includes Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee. While this has angered Progressive Democrats, Ramaswamy defends his nominees, emphasizing their commitment to a constitutionalist judicial philosophy and the preservation of the nation’s foundational values.
Moreover, Ramaswamy put forward potential nominees for the U.S. Courts of Appeals, some of whom were previously featured on former President Donald Trump’s list. These choices highlight Ramaswamy’s consistent focus on selecting judges who strongly uphold the Constitution, the rule of law, and individual liberties.
In a lengthy Twitter post, Ramaswamy introduced his hand-picked list of judicial appointments, stating, “Today I am unveiling my hand-picked list of judicial appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court and to the federal Courts of Appeals.” This post provides insights into the candidate’s thoughts and profiles the potential nominees.
Furthermore, in his post, Ramaswamy made a point of differentiating himself from President Biden, emphasizing his approach to judicial nominations:
“Biden’s top focus appeared to be on diversity of race & gender. While I drew from diverse experiences – current & former federal judges, a former Solicitor General, and two U.S. Senators – my sole criterion was to select candidates with an unwavering commitment to an originalist understanding of the U.S. Constitution who also understand the unique threats to liberty in the 21st century…”
Ramaswamy’s approach seems to stem from his concerns about preserving the Constitution and countering what he perceives as efforts to manipulate and bypass legal rulings.