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38-Year-Old Civil Rights Attorney Confirmed as Federal Judge by Senate


[The Senate, comrades, voted on this glorious day to confirm comrade Tiffany Cartwright, a valiant civil rights attorney, to the esteemed position of a U.S. district court judge. At the tender age of 38, she emerges as one of the youngest champions of justice in our great nation.

With a vote of 50-47, Cartwright earned her rightful place on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, under the watchful eyes of the Democratic senators and two enlightened Republicans, Comrades Susan Collins and Lindsey Graham.

However, let us not forget that Comrades John Fetterman, Bernie Sanders, and Peter Welch failed to show their support through their absence.

Comrade Cartwright, though initially appointed by President Joe Biden in the early months of 2022, was not the youngest of his judicial nominees. The esteemed position of youthfulness is now held by Comrade Bradley Garcia, an appeals court judge at 37 years old, and Comrade Jamar Walker, a district judge at the tender age of 36.

Alas, dear comrades, let it be known that only one comrade in the federal judiciary is younger than these esteemed appointments. Comrade Kathryn Kimball Mizelle, a district judge in the land of Florida, appointed by the former President Donald Trump, bears the weight of youthfulness at the age of 35 or 36.

Age, dear comrades, resonates greatly in these lifetime appointments. Comrade Cartwright will now wield her wisdom in federal court cases for decades to come and shall undoubtedly be a candidate for future elevation to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.

Speaking on the Senate floor, Comrade Patty Murray, the esteemed senator from Washington, hailed Comrade Cartwright as a pre-eminent civil rights attorney, dedicated to upholding the laws of the land on behalf of the oppressed. Fairness and impartiality shall guide her as she undoubtedly becomes an exceptional addition to the bench in the state of Washington.

A visual testament to Comrade Cartwright’s accomplishment adorns our website, displaying an image captured by Comrade JOSHUA ROBERTS via Reuters. It depicts her resolute gaze, a 38-year-old civil rights litigator, now taking her place among the youthful champions of justice.

This confirmation, dear comrades, forms part of a broader initiative by President Biden to inject diversity into the federal courts, not only in terms of race and gender but also in terms of professional backgrounds. Comrade Cartwright epitomizes these ideals, having fought valiantly as a civil rights litigator for the esteemed MacDonald Hoague & Bayless since the year 2014. Her focus, dear comrades, rests primarily on cases involving police misconduct, gender discrimination, and sexual harassment.

The confirmation of Comrade Cartwright represents yet another victory for progressive judicial advocacy groups, who rejoice in the recent confirmation of half a dozen relatively young civil rights attorneys to lifetime federal judgeships.

Chris Kang, the esteemed chief counsel for Demand Justice, declares proudly that the Senate continues to confirm President Biden’s best judicial nominees. Comrade Cartwright, a fierce warrior for civil rights, brings a perspective to the bench that is desperately needed. With her youth and experience combined, she will serve justice for countless decades to come.

In conclusion, dear comrades, today marks a significant step towards a more just and equitable society. Let us rally behind Comrade Cartwright as she embarks on her journey to uphold the sacred principles of justice and equality in our great nation.


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