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Byden intends to appoint a conservative and anti-abortion lawyer as a federal judge, Kentucky Democrats say

(CNN)President Joe Bidenis a federal judge of Republican lawyers against abortion, two Kentucky states I will nominate him as a Democrat. He is informed of the decision and says.

Candidate conservative lawyer Chad Meredith will serve a lifelong appointment in the US District Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky, but currently has no judicial status in court.

Meredith's future appointments were first reported by theCourier Journal.

Following last week's U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning the Roe v. Wade case, the president has decided to use everything within his power to fight for the right to abortion. As promised, Biden's future nominations will come. The federal constitutional right to abortion has been eliminated, and the state must determine the right to abortion unless Congress acts.

Meredith previously served as Deputy Adviser to Matt Bevin, then Governor of the Republican Party of Kentucky, requiring abortion physicians to first perform ultrasound and explain images on the monitor to patients. Defended state law.

In 2018 court, Meredith said, "Not all patients understand the consequences of an abortion procedure," so the law is that women have their own. He insisted that he would be more fully informed about the decision.

"This is central to what the state is allowed to do to regulate medicine," Meredith said at the time. "Many patients don't understand the nature of the fetus."

Kentucky Democrat John Yarmuth spokesperson to CNN and House of Representatives "Nominate Meredith from White House staff." I was informed of the intention of the White House. " And Democratic Governor Andy Beshear said at a press conference Thursday that his team was informed of Biden's intention to nominate Meredith "late last week."

"I understand that it hasn't been submitted so far, at least it means it's paused," Bescher said.

Bescher had a strong word for Biden, saying, "If the president makes that nomination, it is undefended." The governor also criticized Meredith's involvement in Bevin's decision to grant hundreds of amnesty prior to his retirement, including forgiveness for various acts of violence such as murder and rape. There were critics' accusations that some of the amnesty was political in nature, butBevin deniedat the time.

"If the president makes this nomination, he doesn't know how he can say it's for public security," Bescher added.

A White House official who was asked to comment said, "In practice, I will not comment on administrative or judicial vacancies."

Yarmouth believes in the Courier Journal that Meredith's future nomination to a court without current vacancies is "part of a larger deal on the judicial nomination between the President and Mitch McConnell." Said that. Senate minority leaders agree that Biden's future federal nominations will no longer be postponed.

CNN contacted Meredith and McConnell's offices for comment.

There are 118vacancies in the currentorexpectedlower courts. The Biden administration has so far nominated 34 candidates out of these vacancies.