Thanks to Mitch McConnell, Trump has put more than 230 people into lifetime federal court seats. Most are white, male, right-wing ideologues.
The conservative justice criticized science-backed COVID-19 restrictions and condemned the Supreme Court's 2015 decision to legalize same-sex marriage.
Maxed-out donations from a guy tied to powerful dark money groups go a long way in shaping a Supreme Court confirmation vote — right, David Perdue?
Putting young, pre-vetted conservatives on the federal bench was an explicit part of the quid pro quo they made with Trump in May 2016.
The Federalist Society's Steven Calabresi called the president's threats to delay the election "fascistic."
Sarah Pitlyk has claimed that IVF and surrogacy have “grave effects on society” and lead to “diminished respect for motherhood.”
Demand Justice is accusing the tech firm of helping to rehabilitate the justice and alleged sexual assaulter’s public image.
The attorney general drew backlash after calling Democratic "resistance" against the president a dangerous "holy mission."
The attorney general accused the left of "undermining the rule of law," portraying the legislative branch's oversight as harassment of the president.
Demand Justice set up a massive screen to shame Federalist Society members for honoring the Supreme Court justice accused of sexual assault.