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    It doesn't matter. They have 2 more years to clear the backlog. No need to rush.

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    The issue is that the 32 are going to have to go through all the theatrics again.

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    Waiting until the next Congress might be a good idea for confirming these judges. Senator Snowflake already vowed to vote no on everyone. He'll be gone in January, and we'll have 52/53 seats - plus more Trump Republicans and less RINOs like the aforementioned Flake.
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    Third Circuit to Flip?

    By Ed Whelan
    National Review

    With the news that Judge Thomas Vanaskie will take senior status this Friday, the Third Circuit is poised to be the first federal court of appeals to flip from a majority of Democratic appointees at the outset of the Trump administration to a majority of Republican appointees. (Four federal courts of appeals—the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth—began the Trump presidency with a majority of Republican appointees.)

    When President Trump was inaugurated, the Third Circuit had seven Democratic appointees, five Republican appointees, and two vacancies.

    As of today, the court has seven Democratic appointees, six Republican appointees, and one vacancy. (Stephanos Bibas filled one of the vacancies, and David Porter replaced a Republican appointee, D. Michael Fisher, who took senior status early in 2017.)

    The nomination of Paul Matey is pending in committee and should be acted on by the full Senate very soon. Once Matey is appointed, the court will be evenly divided. And a successful replacement of Vanaskie (appointed to the Third Circuit by President Obama in 2010) would give Republican appointees an 8-to-6 margin.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/bench...rcuit-to-flip/

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    Something very urgent must've occurred in Vanaskie's life. He announced on Tuesday that he is taking senior status. This is extremely unusual since most judges give notice months before.

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    The Senate invoked cloture on Kobes yesterday. Pence broke the tie. He'll be confirmed today. If no other judges are confirmed - the Judicial Committee can quickly advance the others next year, since hearings were already held.
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