Dick Blumenthal VS Judge Gorsuch – He Said, He Said and Media Runs to The Typeset…

Apparently there are many people who just don’t quite understand the concept of:

…The political war is a battle for your mind.

The professional swamp dwellers, and those who sell the swamp uniparty messages, are intensely skilled at creating false impressions. The example of swamp-master Dick Blumenthal and his like-minded political ilk is just the most recent example.


Senator Dick knows Judge Gorsuch is in that tenuous confirmation space where he cannot respond to any claim made by political opposition about his words, their use and phrases.

Senator Dick can say anything he wants, Gorsuch has no venue to retort.

Senator Dick knows this position of compromise puts Dick’s team at an advantage. Thus Team Dick can say anything they want, and Team Dick’s political opponents are hamstrung.

This is the context to consider anything coming from the mouth of Dick, or any oppositional entity who monitor the swamp and advocate on behalf of those dwelling therein; ie. ‘the mostly swamp media’ (MSM). The swamp sellers can then run with Team Dick’s statements to create a useful narrative of division against their opposition.


This is the way of the Swamp. The Swamp is a UniParty Swamp. This has always been the way of the UniParty Swamp. There are no Marquess of Queensberry rules within the Swamp; it’s all manipulative infectious pus peddling all the time.

Yes, it’s gross. Deal with it.

President Trump knows full well the manipulative Machiavellian swamp schemes. This is why President Trump carries an atomic battle axe against the swamp dwellers and represents the only oppositional force they fear.

swamp_wetlandsRemove Trump and the Swamp is, yet again, a safe space for the swamp dwellers. How to remove Trump?….

Attempt to demoralize Trump’s supporters via Team Dick and the manipulative scheme within the aforementioned example.

If you want to fight the swamp, you better be prepared to go to the mattresses 100% of the time 24/7/365.

Within the Swamp there are no rules. The battle within the swamp is a Thunderdome of anything goes. Punches below the belt are not only common place, they are taught amid the Swamp protection schools that also hold professional lying classes as prerequisites in the first year of attendance.

No political entity has ever taken the fight to those who live in the DC Swamp. President Trump, including the larger Team Trump, is the first political opposition the Swamp has faced in decades. Do not allow the ridiculous nonsense from those within the swamp to dictate your perspectives or outlooks.

Do not be like Dick.

Inoculate your mind prior to entry.

“Judge Gorsuch has made it very clear, in all of his discussions with Senators, including Senator Blumenthal, that he could not comment on specific cases and that judicial ethics preclude him from commenting on political matters.

He has also emphasized the importance of an independent judiciary; and while he made clear that he was not referencing any specific case, he said that he finds any criticism of a judge’s integrity and independence disheartening and demoralizing.”

~ Kelly Ayotte presenting the position of Judge Gorsuch during a discussion with Senator Richard Blumenthal.

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321 Responses to Dick Blumenthal VS Judge Gorsuch – He Said, He Said and Media Runs to The Typeset…

  1. snaggletooths says:

    Sean Spiced the media in today’s briefing he was very good.
    Amazing how many trying to throw Gorsutch under the bus I don’t know how many more times Sean or anyone else can explain in what context Gorsutch was speaking.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. 1hear2learn says:

    Side comment – While reading SD post about DICK Blumenthal, “they’re all dicks” was running through my head! Am I alone in that? 😉

    Liked by 2 people

  3. facebkwallflower says:

    Some would say he has abdicated the powers of the presidency of which could, in theory, neuter his COC commands.


  4. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Well, Judge Gorsuch, get ready for a lot of disheartening and demoralizing.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Nationalist says:

    As I said in a previous thread in response to a ‘concern’ post…

    We all have precisely two options:

    1) Trust President Trump, who has been tactically brilliant thus far and has overcome EVERY obstacle thrown in his path.


    2) Join the opposition.

    I choose option #1

    If Gorsuch needs to be jettisoned, then Trump will make his move. President Trump definitely knows how to say “you’re fired”

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  6. fred5678 says:

    Sundance — you are so lucky that a married couple in CT decided to name their baby boy “Richard'”

    Liked by 5 people

    • Dudes, you have to tune out. This is what Dems want, they want us to sweat the small stuff. They want to pick and pick with anything they find to wear us down. Just like with Obozo, you have to tune it out. Concentrate on the big stuff, we are winning bigly, positive is always better than negative. They are trying to claw anything to get back, they lost, they are buttsore. Keep reminding them and enforcing the positive truth.

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      • Aparition42 says:

        Exactly. They haven’t said anything about Judge Gorsuch that they didn’t say about President Trump. “He’s weak”, “He’s a liar”, “He’s a false conservative”, “He’ll only disappoint you”, “He won’t do what he’s promised”….

        The same lies coming from the same mouths. They prey on your fears, your skepticism, and your doubts. They have spent years carefully crafting the cynicism they now seek to exploit. “What if we’re wrong?” “What if it’s a trick?” “What if we’re not actually smart enough to make these decisions for ourselves? Wouldn’t it be easier, and so much more comforting to let our betters make these decisions for us? Isn’t it exhausting to constantly stay vigilant, always parsing every single word of every story we hear to carefully divine the truth among the lies? Wouldn’t it feel better to tune out and stop paying attention while someone else does all the hard work for us?”

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    • trad55 says:

      My Cockney grandad would have called him a ‘big Richard’ as in Richard the Third. Or ‘turd’ if you aren’t up on your Cockney rhyming slang, lol.

      Liked by 3 people

    • “Day 109, the DynCorp Harvest” on YouTube… DC swamp explained….


  7. Sue in MT says:

    Lou, while being a great patriot, is not infallible.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Aparition42 says:

      True. He’s also not stupid, though. No matter whom PDJT nominates, they’re going to face a thorough roasting at the hands of the liberals. They would rather not make the same mistake that Harry Reid made in nuking the cloture vote. It would be better if Gorsuch’s confirmation wasn’t sullied by breaking with Senate tradition in the same way that we all railed against the leftists for only for an even bigger appointment.

      What if, and I’m no more in-the-know than anyone, but what if Dobbs et al are in on the play? President Trump and his team got elected by acknowledging that they must fight fire with fire. That includes psy-ops. So far President Trump has proven himself to be a master of reverse psychology as a means to control the narrative. What if all of this “Gorsuch has broken with Trump over the travel ban” brouhaha is exactly what gets Judge Gorsuch the Democrat votes he needs to be confirmed without our side sacrificing the moral high ground with regards to cloture and giving the opposition another argument to convince their side that this is an illegitimate appointment?

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      • Sue in MT says:

        What if? I am not comfortable with mind games from either side.


        • Orygun says:

          Then believe in Donald Trump because that is what we voted to do. I for one am happy to let Donald be Donald. Go Mr. Trump and kick behind.


          • MaineCoon says:

            IMO Donald Trump’s IQ is extremely high and I really doubt that many in that swamp match up to his. He’ll take some hits, but I still think he always knows other options. I trust his judgment. Quick learner. 2nd place in Iowa thought him a great lesson. Our job? Always support is all ways.


        • Maquis says:

          PDJT cannot choose his ememies.
          He must fight so effectively, and yes, with psy/ops on our enemies.
          He has a bigger toolbox than Bush, or any President before him.
          If we trust him, we will have calm and know that he is not running games on us, but on the people he promised to beat.

          The White Knight approach, telegraphing your every move, fails everytime in this Arena.


      • Maquis says:

        I’ve suspected that myself.


      • Curry Worsham says:

        I immediately thought, “Good cop, bad cop”


  8. jefcool64 says:

    I just realized, this is the same exact crap that happened with the private conversation Trump had all those years ago that was leaked and released to the media. You know the one I’m talking about, it was Trump’s big opening on debate #2.

    You think these people would learn a new playbook.

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  9. truthandjustice says:

    Ayotte cannot be trusted either. She’s another NeverTrumper. So I won’t assume he said those things and I’m disappointed in Dobbs tonight defending this because he said it has been corroborated by several sources, citing RINOs such as Sasse. So……it’s reasonable to doubt.
    However, it seems to me Gorsuch could at least make a simple statement denying it if that’s the case, period. I don’t see that as “political” and would affect his confirmation negatively. But oh well…….Dobbs did say that despite what he believed to be true about his statements, he thinks he should be confirmed and would be disastrous if he wasn’t.
    And yes, I do believe it was another sinister plot by the Swamp Creatures – it always is. Think most if not all of Pres. Trump’s supporters will be sticking with him through thick or thin and know there is a “war” here. Good news is we’re seeing more and more being exposed for who and what they really are and may even be bringing more on board the……….train.

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    • mimbler says:

      Actually I don’t see anything wrong with what Gorusch said as relayed by Ayotte in a post above. Paraphrasing, he said he finds it disheartening and dismaying when people cast aspersions at the judiciary, and made it clear he wasn’t speaking about any particular case.

      To me that is like a police chief saying it is disheartening and dismaying when criminal charges are brought against a policeman. It applies when the policeman is innocent, yet it is also disheartening and dismaying if the policeman is guilty.

      So you can be upset when someone disparages a judge either because the judge is innocent and doesn’t deserve it, or because the judge has violated his oath and does deserve it.

      In any case, Ayotte specifically states he was not talking about any person or case because that would be unethical. For all we know he was thinking about Obama castigating the supreme court during his state of the union address,

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      • truthandjustice says:

        I’ve read what she said several times and I think you can take it both ways as some have stated here. My point is another possibility is it was another sinister plot against Pres. Trump using these NeverTrumpers and their slick poli-speak as SD has said. Not only do I think Dick was lying, it was Ayotte with her slick narrative also. Yes, could have been she was just repeating what he said and meant he felt bad because of the sad truth about these corrupt justices but it’s done in such a way that you can take it either way and she got her jab against Pres. Trump done, knowing many would jump to the conclusion that he was criticizing Pres. Trump, not the other. Leaves her in the clear because it’s up to the “hearer” how to take it.
        That’s why I say I wish Gorsuch would have come out and clarified if he wasn’t criticizing Pres. Trump.

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      • Mike…I appreciate that. I don’t pay much attention to what that bat-shit crazy leftist Blumenthal lies about anyway…

        Liked by 1 person

      • Mara319 says:

        “For all we know he was thinking about Obama castigating the supreme court during his state of the union address,”

        What, you think he was talking about history and not current events?


    • MY PREVIOUS POST on the “Stay” thread:

      Dobbs got corroboration from x-Senator Ayotte and Senator Sasse.
      [If false, this was a 3-Senator conspiracy to lie.]
      • Gorsuch made no explanation.
      • Gorsuch made no apology.
      • Gorsuch either has ZERO judgment or ZERO integrity or ZERO courage.
      All three are DISQUALIFYING

      NEW REFLECTIONS: This looks like the CONSPIRACY.
      • Dick Blumenthal is a documented liar.
      • Never-Trumper Ayotte was voted from the Senate and needs a honey pot to bankroll a life of comfort; pay-to-play Tech Companies have unlimited resources to bribe and script her as a conspirator.
      • Never-Trumper Sasse is duplicitous, desperate to “make his bones” and looks like an easy mark for Tech-Company threats/bribes as well.

      Liked by 6 people

    • oncefired says:

      If it gets Him Confirmed, Who Cares! I would Kiss Lib butt to and after Confirmation – Tell Them Where They can Shove It! We need Him Confirmed Yesterday to Slap Down The 9th Circuit Court!

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    • Stringy Theory says:

      I totally agree. He could simply say he made no such comment to Blumenthal. In my view, going to visit these far left Hacks like Blumenthal is a complete waste of time since they won’t vote for his confirmation in any case and it only opens Gorsuch up to more Blumenthaling. The turtle needs to put this thing to a vote, now, quit the screwing around with hearings, and pull the nuclear option.

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      • oncefired says:

        My Game-plan would be to fight on all fronts:
        1) Appeal to the Full 9th Circuit and demand televised arguments, so all can see just how wacky they are! Plus buys time to get the Supreme Court Intact.
        2) Sessions is there now, Issue 7 New Executive Orders for Each Country with all wording cleaned up (still fight the original), run them both concurrently when The case is won
        3) Start Pushing Gorsuch’s Hearings, Tell the Turtle to Stop Screwing Around or his Senate Leadership may be in Jeopardy!
        4) Send Everybody & Anybody out to Highlight the List of people arrested from These Nations, whether it be interviews, tweets or social media – Pound it Home!
        5) Consider adding more Countries to the Ban, Pakistan, Afghanistan come to mind quickly.
        6) Pound Home how Washington & Minnesota is Taking advantage of Foreign Students, Have seen reports that they are charging them triple the going rate.
        7) Every lawsuit has to be Turned into a Bare Knuckle Brawl, Let these judges know there isn’t going to be any whimpering away, make them work!

        The Bottom line is the Libs are going to sue for literally everything he does. He has to take this opportunity to Clip the Wings of Judiciary, put them through Living Hell, so that They think Twice in Future cases who They are fighting, If they are Shamed Publicly, they will think twice about Legislating From the Bench and maybe actually look at a Constitution, which it appears a Good Bit Of Liberal Jurists only did when they had to in Law School, I actually think we could find some Elementary School kids that know it better then them!

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      • skifflegirl says:

        I agree. And allowing Ayotte to be your spokesperson on this matter is not an indication of good judgement IMO, whether or not Kelly was asked by someone in the WH (Preibus?) to guide Gorsuch through meetings at the Senate. That – to me – seems suspect in and of itself, considering Ayotte is a NeverTrumper… Who did get Kelly Ayotte involved in the process in the first place? Seems it would be, logically, Reince.


  10. SharonKinDC says:

    Depends how you read Gorsuch’s comment as stated by Ayotte. If I were a judge, I’d find criticism of a justice or court ‘disheartening and demoralizing’, too. Why? B/C it would indicate there was likely BASIS for said criticism, and as such, indicates said judge/court was acting improperly. Which is a shame, b/c they should be impartial and follow the law.

    On another note, some are encouraging Trump to take his EO to a FISA court, where they can rule while having full intel info. I think this unwise. Furthermore, it doesn’t do ANYTHING to stop the moronic judicial overreach at the District and Circuit courts. THAT is the problem. So he went out early, imo, b/c at some point, he needs a ruling that puts these courts back into a box where they are weighing in on that what they should, and not which is outside the scope of their judicial purpose. He’s got loads of other EO’s and, hopefully, bills which will, if the courts aren’t slapped, see the bulk of them tied up in courts. Clear up the issue NOW.

    Trump is showing the public the corruption of the judiciary. He IS the most TRANSPARENT POTUS in my lifetime. Believe me. While leftists and moronic ninnies are cheering the decision, plenty of normal people, beyond Trump voters are getting an eyeful of the judiciary trying to do the job of the Executive branch. Basing their decision in part there was insufficient ‘proof’ of evil-doers from said 7 countries puts the idiot 9th circuit panel in the ugly position of not ruling on the EO based on the LAW, but their ‘feelings’ of merit. NOT THEIR JOB.

    Furthermore, even those not paying too close attention will ask themselves, ‘what, so the US is supposed to take in, feed, house, etc ANYONE from ANYWHERE claiming to be a ‘refugee’ or ANYONE coming in on some sort of visa, even if they are a jihadi? Assad point blank came out in an interview today stating SOME of the refugees ARE TERRORISTS. The 9th Circus just rolled out the welcome mat.

    Trump always owns the downside, and along the way, the public gleans a better understanding of what is going on and what is at stake. This will be a winning decision for Trump.

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  11. CeeCee23 says:

    What was Gorsuch supposed to say? That criticism is comforting and uplifting? No one is supposed to be happy about criticism. It’s supposed to make you work harder to be better. That’s what I was taught anyway. If he wasn’t disheartened and demoralized that his profession needed criticism, and still does, then I would say we are in deep trouble with this pick. Besides why suddenly are some of you believing the democrats and media? Or is it those “conservative” talking heads that make money off of this mess, so they want to keep us in it, that you believe?

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    • Do any of us think these critical assertions/realities about our Judges would “dishearten and demoralize” Justice Scalia?

      HELL no. They would INSPIRE him to forcefully lead and find ways to get others to follow.

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      • CeeCee23 says:

        How do you know what Judge Scalia would or would not have done? How do you know Gorsuch won’t do the same as you suggest Judge Scalia would do? It’s all conjecture at this point and meant to dishearten and demoralize President Trump supporters in my opinion. See how that works?


      • Deb says:

        Scalia is dead. Gorsuch is not Scalia, but he is an excellent judge and if we stop freaking out he’ll have a better chance of being confirmed.

        This is the Dems trolling us to get us off message and cause in fighting. Stop.

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  12. Vixey says:

    Thanks for the clarification, Sundance! The tactics these swamp creatures utilize is a needed reminder.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. outerlimitsfan says:

    Not sure why judges are special snowflakes that should never be criticized or their integrity questioned according to the Ayotte statement. Hell, just look at the history of the country and you will see many instances where the Executive and Judicial branch have been critical, hurled insults ,and even threats at each other.

    Even recently when Obama was essentially lecturing the SC in a State of the Union. Or Ginsburg trashing Trump, granted before he was elected, but obviously there was a chance he would become President.

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  14. feralcatsblog says:

    The judiciary of the United States is the subtle corps of sappers and miners constantly working underground to undermine our Constitution from a co-ordinate of a general and special government to a general supreme one alone. This will lay all things at their feet. I will say, that “against this every man should raise his voice,” and, more, should uplift his arm
    – Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Thomas Ritchie, Sept. 1820

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  15. Apfelcobbler says:

    Last night I thought maybe Gorsuch had decided to give himself some cover so as to not appear like he was some sort of political sap.

    Trump is deeply invested in Gorsuch. The thoroughbred has a bad ligament, and wouldn’t you know, it would be a NeoCon stooge who gets to rub it in with her public opinion. Their think tanks are clinking scotch glasses as we speak.

    Sad part is, SC seat is for life. This nag couldn’t even make it to the starting line. Is he really such a sensitive creature who faints at pointed criticism of his peers, or his he cracking for other reasons?

    Liked by 3 people

    • Similar reaction posted above:

      Do any of us think these critical assertions/realities about our Judges would “dishearten and demoralize” Justice Scalia?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Cow wow says:

        Makes me think back to an earlier TCH blog about the 1candidate not passing muster so we actually get the 2. I’m not good at finding and clipping earlier blogs, but, SD, could you be correct, once again, in your masterful intuitive insight, and this not be our real choice?


  16. carterzest says:

    You had me at “from the mouth of Dick”.

    (My Dad’s name….I’ve heard them all… no offense Ladies)

    Spot on SD.

    Liked by 3 people

  17. feralcatsblog says:

    To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.
    – Voltaire

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  18. brucefdb says:

    I cut ol’ Lou some slack…….it isn’t like we haven’t been betrayed by our SCOTUS picks before. He’s as close to a deplorable as we have these days on TV.

    Liked by 6 people

  19. NJF says:

    Ha, Team Dick, boy is that appropriate.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Trump's Aussie Mates says:

    I don’t see any problem with alleged Gorsuch remarks. In fact, I think his willingness to think for himself is a significant endorsement of DJT’s selection. The reverse psychology should be rammed home by selected POTUS supporters.

    Liked by 3 people

  21. 1IreneFlick3 says:

    Ayotte lost her seat because of her lack of support for the people’s president. Might she have an agenda?

    Liked by 2 people

  22. MVW says:

    There is always something to be worried and concerned about. I know, I find myself finding plenty. The key is does he or someone in his family have a rotten skeleton in the closet?

    That is the key. Everyone has family and close friends.


  23. Texian says:

    I had traversed through the Louisiana swamps out into the Gulf for years. The coon asses hated the fast oilfield crewboats. Sometimes they would take shots at us.. just comes out of nowhere, nothing but dark swamp. We would hit the deck and the captain would floor it and start zig-zagging up the canal, kind of like PBR’s in Vietnam when they took on fire. We would all have a good laugh afterwards joking about each others deck hugging actions during the shit.. (There’s a moral to this posting for this article but I haven’t nailed it down yet..).

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  24. Apfelcobbler says:

    So, either Gorsuch made the remarks, or he didn’t make the remarks. And if he did make the remarks, he either regrets them, or he doesn’t.

    So guess where this circus gossip gets adjudicated?

    Either way, Blumenthal and Ayotte have created a wedge, possibly out of thin air. This wedge, if foul-play on Blum’s part, is not only an attack on Trump, but will be a subject at the hearings.

    Believe that is the goal, to cause chaos for Trump over the shepherding of Gorsuch, to attach blemishes on Trump’s SC pick and, thereby diminish finality on any rulings delivered with a 5-4 verdict.

    Positively evil.

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  25. Newman says:

    What’s the deal with this clown Blumenthal’s face? Did he chase too many parked cars as a kid?

    Liked by 2 people

  26. TrueNorthSeeker says:

    As a resident of CT, I’ve long had to endure the insufferable pontifications of the Dick Blumenthal. Here in CT, it is often said the most dangerous place to be is between Dick Blumenthal and a camera. He is a lawyer and former Attorney General in CT. He Looooves to be the center of attention, “championing ” against perceived injustices, bullying and suing many companies in CT, resulting in the further exodus of companies from this state during his “reign” as AG. (Many of those lawsuits were dropped by his successor). IMO he knew exactly what he was doing in setting Gorsuch up the way he did, complete with photo ops of the two of them sitting in his office (again, camera whore that he is). And as an attorney, he knows Gorsuch can’t speak to defend himself or explain what he actually meant under these circumstances. We are left with the representions of NeverTrumper Kelly Ayotte! No thanks! The only issue I have with Gorsuch in this matter is his apparent dropping of his guard when talking with such a Swamp Creature as the Dick Blumenthal… The Stolen Valor lying Senator of CT. Gorsuch has to be more cautious around such creatures.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Excellent post from a handle-on scenario with Dick. Also you final assessment of Gorsuch. I believe he needs to learn to keep his mouth shut in swampland.

      Can we call him Crooked Dick II?


  27. Charlie says:

    GB talk show today was slamming POTUS tweet about Dick. These idiots were soooo bad. Please, someone send this article to GB and demand a correction. Or post his email address and I’ll to the honors.


  28. MDiceman says:

    “(H)e said that he finds any criticism of a judge’s integrity and independence disheartening and demoralizing.”
    Could this statement be brought back to life during Senate confirmation hearings to rebuke the planned smear attacks by Chuckie and company?

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  29. Binkser1 says:

    Now, now, now, Sundance, let’s take it easy on poor Dick Blumenthal. After all, he may have PTSD from his “military service” in Vietnam.

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  30. Apfelcobbler says:

    So now Gorsuch will be in the position of having to declare Blumenthal a liar, or smooth his criticism of the “Chaos Presidency”,as they are tonite calling it on MSNBC.

    Think about it, how else could you possibly create a smudge on a guy who is known to be spotless, than to create it out of thin air?

    Gorsuch will have to come up with some kind of wording that dismisses the whole flap and/or double down on Blumenthal. It’s so obvious now that they are forcing his hand by making him either impugn a Senator’s word or uncomfortably explain himself.

    If he doesn’t have them yet, he is going to need to develop some titanium balls.

    Liked by 1 person

    • CeeCee23 says:

      Exactly! The democrats have to sully him with President Trump supporters because they were being hammered for their hypocrisy for unanimously voting him into his current position. What’s really pathetic is the so called intellectuals are falling for it hook, line and sinker.


  31. justfactsplz says:

    I for one refuse to be shaken. Blumenthal, Ayotte, and the MSM don’t mean a thing to me. I don’t care what they have to say. Gorsuch doesn’t owe me any clarification. His very wise to not get pulled into that cesspool of the D.C. Swamp. I trust President Trump where Gorsuch is concerned. That settles it for me. No fear, no worry. Carry on President Trump. You’re doing a fantastic job for America. I am behind you all of the way.

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  32. luckybamboo says:

    Judges choose their words carefully. I doubt he said what is claimed, or in the context claimed, or approves the public statement the Democratic senator made.

    Trump selected Gorsuch because Trump believes Gorsuch shares his values, and although no guarantees, I suspect Gorsuch does share his values.

    I don’t think the senator’s comments were a smart move, as it gives Gorsuch a personal experience of the politics of Washington that he will bring with him to the Supreme Court. A good judge will not be biased, but will recognize realities, including those gained through personal experience, when making decisions.


  33. OnlyInAmerica says:

    Blumenthal is a Richard!


  34. What causes me worry is the church Judge Gorsuch attends in Boulder. Very liberal Episcopal parish, from what I’ve read. Not a church a committed conservative would choose to attend.
    Might make these accusations more credible.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Francesca says:

      Well, if it is Boulder, there probably are no conservative Episcopal churches. Might have to drive down to Denver to find one.


    • Iron Lady says:

      As an Episcopalian who battles underground to undermine the direction of my own church, I also find this quite disturbing.


      • It’s a huge tell for me. Having been through the obvious battles for 30 years. Remnant? Maybe, but I highly doubt it. Liberal theology at its finest. I wonder how Heritage, Federalist missed this. No discernment perhaps. Hope it is nothing more.


  35. jdvalk says:

    When blumenthal, Brian Williams, and Kerry won the Vietnam war for us, where was Gorsuch?


  36. Finalage says:

    I agree with Dobbs


    • Marc says:

      Why do you believe Sen. Blumenthal automatically? Ever considered that he’s embellishing or outright misrepresenting the words of Judge Gorsuch?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Michelle says:

      I also agree. I think it’s fine if Gorsuch has a difference of opinion with President Trump on some things; that is to be expected. And I get that this episode is being exploited to try to beat down Trump supporters. However, I don’t think he should see criticism as demoralizing.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Iron Lady says:

        He scares the heck out of me – seems so namby-pamby, kind of like Pence. I know lots of people like Pence at this site, but there are so many Christians who don’t seem to see the need to fight. They appear to mistake being nice and getting along for being good – Godly.


      • dizzymissl says:

        And there are CTR trolls here stirring the pot


  37. Marc says:

    Lou Dobbs went full retard tonight. Literally suggesting Gorsuch should step away from being considered for SCOTUS. He’s playing into the Left’s hands. We all know Dems are liars and Ayotte and Sasse are NeverTrump tools.


    • Mara319 says:

      Just pray Gorsuch is not a Souter or a Roberts. We’ve been burned much. I don’t blame Dobbs.


      • Marc says:

        I want a Clarence Thomas, Scalia, or Alito. I’m concerned about that very liberal church Gorsuch attends but not 3rd hand information from a liberal Dem.


        • Kaco says:

          I agree about the church and his locale, we were all concerned about the church Obama attended when he was a presidential candidate. It does say a lot.


  38. Jeff says:


    Machiavellian 3D chess master Trump facing off with the UNIPARTY SWAMP ALLIANCE .

    At a critical juncture in this REWARD CHALLENGE the deception that Gorsuch is looking to FLIP to the SWAMP team is critical . With the 9th commie court playing stall ball on Trump securing our borders he needs a back door . Some keen deception to get the left to embrace Corshuch as having FLIPPED to ” their alliance ” against Trump .

    And there it is …SUDDENLY the left rallies around ANYONE including Gorsuch that admonishes President Trump in any way . Why I can’t WAIT for his confirmation hearings for all the GLOWING praise from the left .

    I guess two can ply the TROJAN HORSE GAME eh ? the game is afoot !!

    Oh the BOLDNESS of Trump …” we’ll see you in court ! ” thus the URGENCY to get Gorsuch in his black robe ready for service !!

    The law ..is the law …the 9th is the attempt at rule of commie man


  39. Mike says:

    I’m sorry! For Gorsuch to say: “that he finds any criticism of a judge’s integrity and independence disheartening and demoralizing.” let alone at this snapshot in time with what is unfolding before our very eyes is ludicrous! And IMO a major red flag.

    He said it! It totally contradicts the reality of the corruption that we have been witnessing
    For the last few years let alone the recent unconstitutional ruling out of the 9th cicuit.

    I get the warning about not falling for the swamps manipulation but the stakes are too high to risk giving another potential turncoat a lifetime SCOTUS position.


    • Jim Smith says:

      Do we know the exact context of the question? Do we have a 100% accurate direct quote that he said? Is it possible that what he found disheartening and demoralizing was the fact that the Judges do things that leave them open to such critique?
      I for one, will give this little consideration because Gorsuch cannot personally clarify this, or defend the comment at this time.


  40. Mike says:

    Also, To suggest that Gorsuch said this as a ploy (Lie) to throw off the Dems is an assumption. Are we going to march happily along with this based on an assumption?


  41. MaineCoon says:

    “Judge Gorsuch has made it very clear, in all of his discussions with Senators, including Senator Blumenthal, that he could not comment on specific cases and that judicial ethics preclude him from commenting on political matters.”

    Judge Gorsuch: Political Lessons #1 – Keep your mouth shout
    Judge Gorsuch: Political Lessons #2 – Keep your mouth shout
    Judge Gorsuch: Political Lessons #3 – Keep your mouth shout
    Judge Gorsuch: Political Lessons #4 – If you do open your mouth, check the law for undisclosed taping of swamp meetings for the applicable jurisdiction


  42. tytanshammer says:

    The first reaction was to protect the feelings of his fellow judges instead of protecting the constitution. What planet was he living on? The first question to be asked is “Do you believe the judiciary has taken too much power for itself and that its authority needs to be constrained?” The people clearly believe it is so, but does he believe it?


  43. Farmon says:

    From reading above, I’m inclined to think Grouch isn’t the #1 pick for SCOTUS. Trump is adept enough at this to float this guy like a piñata that he knows they can’t wait to take a swing at… something, someone.


  44. Steven Hitt says:

    I don’t see any democrats in sight with any ethics these days so I am not surprised by Blumenthal’s cheap shot. They are digging their own 2018 graves. Keep digging ladies!!


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