If All You See…

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4 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    They say if you want something done, get a busy man to do it.

    And Trump has been a very busy man.

    Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    2016, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas): “It has been 80 years since a Supreme Court vacancy was nominated and confirmed in an election year. There is a long tradition that you don’t do this in an election year.”

    2018, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.): “If an opening comes in the last year of President Trump’s term, and the primary process has started, we’ll wait to the next election.”

    2016, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.): “I don’t think we should be moving on a nominee in the last year of this president’s term – I would say that if it was a Republican president.”

    2016, Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.): “The very balance of our nation’s highest court is in serious jeopardy. As a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, I will do everything in my power to encourage the president and Senate leadership not to start this process until we hear from the American people.”

    2016, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa): “A lifetime appointment that could dramatically impact individual freedoms and change the direction of the court for at least a generation is too important to get bogged down in politics. The American people shouldn’t be denied a voice.”

    2016, Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.): “The campaign is already under way. It is essential to the institution of the Senate and to the very health of our republic to not launch our nation into a partisan, divisive confirmation battle during the very same time the American people are casting their ballots to elect our next president.”

    2016, Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.): “In this election year, the American people will have an opportunity to have their say in the future direction of our country. For this reason, I believe the vacancy left open by Justice Antonin Scalia should not be filled until there is a new president.”

    2016, Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.): “The Senate should not confirm a new Supreme Court justice until we have a new president.”

    2016, Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Col.): “I think we’re too close to the election. The president who is elected in November should be the one who makes this decision.”

    2016, Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio): “I believe the best thing for the country is to trust the American people to weigh in on who should make a lifetime appointment that could reshape the Supreme Court for generations. This wouldn’t be unusual. It is common practice for the Senate to stop acting on lifetime appointments during the last year of a presidential term, and it’s been nearly 80 years since any president was permitted to immediately fill a vacancy that arose in a presidential election year.”

    2016, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.): “I strongly agree that the American people should decide the future direction of the Supreme Court by their votes for president and the majority party in the U.S. Senate.”

    2016, Mitch McConnell (R-Hell): “The American people should have a voice in the selection of their next Supreme Court Justice. Therefore, this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president.”
    Mitch McConnell, March 2016

    2020, Republicans: “Suckersss! Fock you’uns!!”

    2020, CDC: > 200,000 dead Americans

  3. Kye says:

    I too strongly believe the American people should decide the future direction of the Supreme Court by their votes for president and the majority party in the Senate. Let Trump make his selection and the majority ratify it.

    I guess the left figured when they weaponized the SC that they would be the only ones to hold the weapon. Surprise!

    Democrats’ statements in 2016.

    While McConnell grounded his decision not to consider Garland in precedent, Schumer, Obama, and Ginsburg herself called for a Senate vote on Obama’s Supreme Court nominee. They did not adopt something like the McConnell rule, instead arguing that the Senate should give an opposite-party president’s nominee a vote even if the vacancy opened in an election year.

    “Attn GOP: Senate has confirmed 17 [Supreme Court] justices in presidential election years. [Do your job!]” Schumer tweeted.

    Schumer (for once) is correct. All through the history of the US SC justices have been confirmed in presidential election years. Why would this year be the exception?

    There’s nothing in politics — or, more importantly, in the U.S. Constitution — that says Republicans can’t or shouldn’t replace Ginsburg prior to this November. Don’t let the drive-by media lead you into thinking otherwise. They, as usual are all liars.

    Additionally, any threats of violence, mayhem, and destruction, or any acts of violence, mayhem, and destruction, that result from Trump and Senate Republicans acting to replace Ginsburg will not be the fault of the president and the GOP. Like the rest of the violence and mayhem currently plaguing the U.S., the blame will lie squarely on Democrats and their voters. ONLY Democrats riot, loot, burn, rape, steal and murder in the name of phony justice.

    And remember: it was Democrats who turned the courts into “super-legislatures” in order to achieve what they otherwise could not get through actually winning elections and passing legislation. If the courts were what our Founders intended, these battles to replace Supreme Court justices would not be so contentious and the Constitution would not be in tatters.

    Trump 2020 Or the commies win!

    RBG hated the US Constitution

  4. Professor Hale says:

    And just like that. Suddenly Democrats care about hypocrisy. Is there nothing Trump can’t do?

    Previous Trump Wins:
    1. Suddenly Democrats care about states’ rights.
    2. Suddenly Democrats care about the Constitution.
    3. Suddenly Democrats care about care about checks and balances.
    4. Suddenly Democrats care that tax money should only be spent in the manner passed by congress and signed into law by the President.
    5. Suddenly the Democrats think the office of the President has too much power.

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