The delay AGAIN today of the U.S. Senate Judiciary committee to confirm Steve Six for the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals is very good news.
Six was rather a stealth candidate, having served as a district judge for only 2 1/2 years before being appointed the Attorney General of Kansas in Dec. 2007 by then-Governor Kathleen Sebelius.
Six’s “abortion payback” federal bench nomination by Sebelius /Obama is now in the works. Both Kansas U.S. Senators are publicly opposing it, which was complained about by the Obama administration. The remaining Senators apparently are avoiding a confirmation vote, even in this Democrat dominated Judiciary committee.
Six does not deserve this honor, due to his blatant advocacy for law-breaking abortionists when he was supposed to be preserving the rule of law and standing up to corruption.
KFL Executive Director, Mary Kay Culp, commented, ” We’re happy the vote was put off again, but we intend to hover like a hawk (or, perhaps I should say as Jayhawks) watching every step of this process to insure that Six does not get an up or down vote in the senate. “
When Kansas in 2008 was embroiled in 2 active grand juries and 2 active abortion prosecutions, Sebelius depended on Six to torpedo those endeavors. The paper trail shows he attended to that task, contradicting his testimony to the Senate Judiciary committee that he was distant from abortion cases and hadn’t even read the statute that underpinned all 4 endeavors!
Six refused to honor a Wichita,Kansas, grand jury subpoena for already-de-identified medical records, and literally aligned himself with the abortion litigation posture that review of such records “needlessly threatens women’s privacy interests”.
Six’ deep bias was confirmed by Wichita abortion lawyer Dan Monnat’s public statement at the time, that,“Dr. Tiller is pleased to hear the voice of the top law enforcement officer in the state join in his call for protection of patient privacy.”