President Trump Attends Neil Gorsuch Swearing In Ceremony – 11am Live Stream…

President Trump will participate in a Rose Garden live stream ceremony for the swearing in of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch today at 11:00am (approx.)

Update Video Added:

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Trump Schedule:

10:30 am  – Receives his daily intelligence briefing (PDB)
11:00 am  – Attends the swearing-in ceremony of Neil Gorsuch; Rose Garden
4:00 pm  –  Meeting with OMB Director Mick Mulvaney

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192 Responses to President Trump Attends Neil Gorsuch Swearing In Ceremony – 11am Live Stream…

  1. Bob Thoms says:

    SCOTUS is now in session and C_SPAN is broadcasting live……a case about property rights…..I am shocked how weak and disconnected the questioning by RB Ginsburg has been….really startling that this old hag is still sitting on the bench. It is a dis-service to people who come before the SCOTUS for justice.

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    • BobBoxBody says:

      She ain’t gonna be around much longer and everyone knows it. Two more during Trump’s presidency. If the Dems/Libs continue to act like hyenas they’re going to wind up with two more right-leaning replacements to break the balance of the SCOTUS and the likelihood of alienation from the electorate is going to be low.

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      • Catherine Thompson says:

        On Rush a few minutes ago he stated that McCain and Susan Collins tried to can Gorsuch to keep the senate 60 vote tradition. They were working with dems to get this done. Never mind the 60 vote just started in 2003 or that they are suppose to back out president. Unbelievable!

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    • MfM says:

      Ginsburg should retire. She went political with her comments about President Trump. Supreme Court Justices are suppose to be above politics. Didn’t she say something like if Trump was elected President she was moving to New Zealand? Australia?

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    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      I noticed Gorsuch Thanked “never trumper” Ayotte But TRUMP did not…. Good for you , Mr. President, I hope she got the message loud and clear …..

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    • LEET says:

      Ginsburg can’t be any worse than what Justice Kagan said while hearing the constitutionality of expansion of medicaid under obamacare,

      Kagan said, “”In other words, the federal government is here saying: we’re giving you a boatload of money. There are no, is no matching funds requirement. There are no extraneous conditions attached to it,
      “It’s just a boatload of federal money for you to take and spend on poor people’s healthcare. It doesn’t sound coercive to me, I have to tell you.”

      There you go! The “brilliance” of the leftest Supreme Court judge Elena Kagan.
      At least Ginsburg will be exiting the court sooner rather than later, but I suspect we will be stuck with Kagan for way too long.

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  2. ivehadit says:

    “Go get ’em.”
    Did you all hear Donald say that to Neil after he was sworn in at the Rose Garden?!
    LOVE IT!!!

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  3. TheTorch says:

    Well I can’t not comment on the optics.

    A great new Justice to replace the Great Antonin Scalia.

    Anthony Kennedy by his side and administering the oath.

    As Neil Gorsuch clerked for him, makes sense, but it may make even more sense, if indeed Kennedy is thinking of retiring… could be a message being sent there…

    Interesting times…

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    • Keln says:

      Many have speculated that Kennedy will retire. Now would be a good time, since Trump can nominate a a good replacement.

      I wish Ginsburg would retire, but she’ll probably hang on for another couple of years at least. I’m still surprised she didn’t retire a few years ago and give Obama another appointment.

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      • Fe says:

        Oops on Ginsberg part, lol. I’m predicting 5 appointments by Trump when is all said and done.

        1. Gorsuch (for the late Scalia’s seat)
        2. Kennedy retire
        3. Ginsburg passes away or retires
        4. Sotomayor retires due to bad health (to be honest, I do not remember where I read of her poor health)
        5. Thomas may retire in the next 7 years

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        • Keln says:

          I’d like to know about Sotomayor. I’ve not heard anything about her being in bad health, other than she has diabetes.

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          • Fe says:

            Keln, I might have gotten the idea from an audio file I was listening to about two months ago. Mark Taylor’s prophecy about DJT becoming President regarding the Supreme Court included him appointing 5 justices that will reshape our court. I haven’t located that file yet but I’ll keep trying.

            Meanwhile, I did come across a new update from Mark tonight in which he says that the judicial tyranny will be removed from all across the country. Every hair on my head stood up. He says to be ready for a nasty nasty fight when this begins to happens. He says corrupt judges and SENATORS will be removed. He mentioned arrests, which is something we have all been waiting for.

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        • Wend says:

          Sotomayer is fat a a pig. Maybe the result of some ailment. Thomas must stay as long as poss.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          I too think 5.
          1. Gorsuch
          2. Kennedy
          3. Ginsburg
          4. Breyer (80 yo)
          5. Thomas

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        • G. Combs says:

          Judge Sonia Sotomayor was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 8. People with Type 1 diabetes have a shorter life span and many health problems as they get older. It will depend on how sucessful she is on maintaining correct insulin/blood sugar levels.

          Sotomayor is now turning 63.

          […] The nominee’s chronic condition is worth noting, since it puts her at increased risk of several serious medical conditions, including heart disease, kidney problems, blindness and nerve damage — and an increased risk of early death. Studies show that adults with diabetes are two to four times more likely than non-diabetics to die of heart disease. But when treated correctly, say doctors, Type 1 diabetes patients are able to lead relatively healthy lives. The latest data suggest that patients can successfully manage the disease for four or five decades with no serious health complications. (See pictures of Sotomayor.)

          Still, while better medications have helped reduce deaths due to heart disease among Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes patients, that trend has been seen only among men. Between 1971 and 2000, heart-related deaths among men with diabetes dropped by half but doubled among diabetic women in the same time period, according to a 2007 study. Many diabetes patients also suffer from poor circulation, which puts them at higher risk of vision problems and amputation when blood does not adequately nourish tissues.

          […] The more successful a patient is at maintaining consistently normal blood-sugar levels, the more likely she will be able to avoid damage to the heart, kidney or other organs. […]
          http://content.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1900962,00.html

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      • TFred says:

        Ginsburg has a physical fitness routine that would put most folks 50 years her junior to shame. She could very well be around another decade, physically. Not sure about mentally.

        As for your final point, Ginsburg was just as surprised as everyone else that Hillary lost. She was planning to give her replacement choice to Hillary.

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  4. Midwest Mom says:

    I know everyone here gets the full making and impact of a Justice Gorsuch. The Supreme Court is one of the reasons I am thankful for a President Trump.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Midwest Mom says:

      Sorry, meaning not making

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      • Chris says:

        Midwest Mom:
        “I know everyone here gets the full meaning and impact of a Justice Gorsuch. The Supreme Court is one of the reasons I am thankful for a President Trump.”
        .. Yes, !! That President Trump would possibly have the opportunity to nominate more than one SCOTUS justice during his term was a MAJOR BONUS !!!

        WINNING !!
        ..nope not tired yet
        MAGA

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        • flova says:

          This is just so uplifting. The Dems didn’t bother to push Merrick Garland as much as they could have because they actually thought Hillary would win. Man, this is a miracle.

          Liked by 10 people

          • PatriotGalNC says:

            It truly is a miracle, flova! And, many people do not understand this… How unbelievably close We The People came to losing everything this country is about!

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  5. Gary says:

    It is refreshing to see leadership so mindful and respectful to those who went before them. Their treatment of the Scalia family makes me very proud.

    Liked by 9 people

  6. Publius2016 says:

    113th Justice on Supreme Court…45 Presidents…historic accomplishment. With our President, the MSM will dismiss it and point to the Nevertrumpers and RINOs, but we know: MAGA!

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  7. MfM says:

    There are several people I know that didn’t trust Trump. The only reason they voted for him was the Supreme Court. They felt if he got that right, the rest would be OK. So, now when they complain about him, I can say he’s done great on the SCOTUS !

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  8. BakoCarl says:

    I thought the remarks by Neil Gorsuch after the swearing in ceremony were heartfelt, sincere and wholly appropriate.

    For some reason, I was curious about remarks made by Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan after their swearing in ceremonies. Well, they made no statements. I thought this a bit odd, since the swearing in of a Supreme Court Justice is, in my opinion, an occasion where remarks would not only be appropriate, but a rare opportunity to address the nation about laws and the Constitution.

    I couldn’t help but think that maybe they didn’t give remarks because they would have went something like:

    “It’s about time. I’m finally empowered to interpret the Constitution in a way that suits my agenda and to change laws that I don’t like into laws that I do like.”

    That’s the liberal mindset and the liberal way.

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  9. MfM says:

    I’m hoping Gorsuch and his family have found a nice piece of land where he can escape and relax away from DC. They have goats, horses and chickens, and I hope he keeps them!

    Liked by 9 people

  10. fluffyfang says:

    Another promise kept. This promise is also another chess piece in place. Now Trump will go full bore with the Travel Ban.

    Liked by 13 people

  11. itsme says:

    I swear they should make chucky schumer or some other leftist moron swear our new SCOTUS in. I would love to see the look on his face as he has to bite his tongue and look down that pinocchio nose of his as he’s welcoming our new SCOTUS.

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    • Deep Blue C says:

      That would just be a slap in the face to the new SCOTUS! No, let Chuck the Cluck go pout in the corner. Meanwhile, our new judge and his wife should be sworn in by people whom they love and respect. After all, this ceremony is as much for them as it is for us!

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  12. IF President Trump did one thing as President that will last us decades, it was nominate Gorsutch to the SC.Put all the other fighting aside this today was a real win for all of us . I don’t believe any other candidate would have given us this good of a Justice for the SC.

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    • Very true, snaggle. A RINO would have wanted to “reach across the aisle” to show how bi-partisan he was. Always bending over backwards for the Dems and never remembering that the DEMS DON’T TO THAT!

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  13. ivehadit says:

    Am I missing something…WHERE ARE STORIES ON THE GORSUCH SWEARING IN CEREMONY? As of now…
    None on L.com
    None on Drudge
    None on Daily Mail

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  14. gary says:

    Once a Justice reaches the age of 80, they should have to take some type of competency test each year , just to make sure they are capable of handling the job.

    It’s a lifetime appointment and now-a days people are living a lot longer than in the 1700’s. 🙂

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    • gary – people have always lived about four-score and ten years, they just got killed by disease or illness before then. Examples: Benj. Franklin lived to age 84. John Adams lived to age 91 and died on the same day his former rival and eventutal very good friend, Thomas Jefferson, who was 83.

      Except for Franklin, we usually think of them as young men, which they were during the War for Independence, but they did live on to help shape our new Republic.Bet they are all looking down from Heaven today, and smiling!

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      • Forgot to add, Adams and Jefferson both died on July 4, 1826!!!

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        • Blade says:

          It has long been a mysterious thing as to whether the founders tried to die on a major anniversary of the Declaration Of Independence. The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Presidents did exactly that!

          John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died July 4, 1826.

          Five years later to the day James Monroe died July 4, 1831.

          Five years later James Madison just days short of the anniversary died on June 28, 1836.

          Hasn’t happened since ( probably because God has found none worthy ), but the 30th President, Calvin Coolidge was born on the 4th of July 1872.

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    • Sedanka says:

      I wish they’d do that to politicians. McCain is clearly in early stage dementia.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. aqua says:

    Congratulations to Justice Gorsuch. I am a proud American today. An honorable and intelligent man has been chosen and voted in to one of the most important positions in our country. We are indeed fortunate that God sent the sun to shine on our nation today. For those who believe that a justice is there to NOT uphold the Constitution, just go find a country that will let you live in your tiny lefty bubble.

    For the family of Justice Scalia, my heart goes out to you for your — our– tremendous loss. He made a substantial difference in our country, something most of us will never get to do. He will never be forgotten.

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    • Bonitabaycane says:

      I was pleased to hear Justice Gorsuch acknowledge the seat he is filling, that of Justice Scalia. I am optimistic he will never forget the legacy of the seat he occupies and honors the judicial philosophy of this Scalia seat.

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  16. So conventional wisdom seems to be that Trump will get 2 more SC nominees to replace Kennedy and Ginsberg.

    However, I’ve read that Thomas may decide to retire since he is also quite old and that Breyer also had planned on retiring soonish.

    Is it possible that President Trump could wind up replacing over half the court?

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    • I think if it looks like President Trump will have a second term I believe Breyer will retire; 8 years is too long to hang starting at 78yrs old at present.

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      • AJ says:

        I am now predicting that the GOP will lose the House and Senate within 4 years so Trump better get his nominees and agenda finished fast.

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    • Thomas is only 68 BUT seeing how President Trump made such a good pick with Gorsutch Thomas may retire so that he is assured he will be replaced with a conservative Judge. If some of these Judges truly do care about that they will retire while President Trump is nominating.

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    • Kennedy is probably next, I read that his son and Don Jr. are friends, and there may be a back channell of communication, no one is pushing him, but I read that he feels confortable now the Gorsuch is on the court, and feels better about who would replace him. We’ll see.

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    • usayes says:

      Justice Thomas is only 68 — and in good shape. I don’t know that he’ll be retiring any time soon.

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  17. Bill Gavila says:

    The Supreme Court is the most crucial – and most dangerous – part of our government… Let me put in this quote from a founding father…

    Power is the great evil with which we are contending. We have divided power between three branches of government and erected checks and balances to prevent abuse of power. However, where is the check on the power of the judiciary? If we fail to check the power of the judiciary, I predict that we will eventually live under judicial tyranny.”
    — Patrick Henry

    It is sad that this seems to be the trend lately.

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  18. Bonitabaycane says:

    A promise made, a promise kept. Thank you President Trump! And for anyone questioning this appointment, respectfully, imagine the alternative under Crooked Hillary. What a long term impact the election has made for the SCOTUS. Making the SCOTUS great again! 🙂

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  19. Reality Wins says:

    It is so inspiring to listen to a president who constantly expresses gratitude and thanks to those around him and to America in general. What a change from the past eight years of nothing but the expression of contempt of America and Americans from the last president. We are so lucky that we don’t have to be subjected to the contempt and vitriol that would have been a Hillary presidency. For that I AM TRULY GRATEFUL!

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  20. CharterOakie says:

    That is a proud and happy President today, and rightfully so.

    Now, may RBG retire this year, and Kennedy (and any others) comfortably ahead of Nov. 2018.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bonitabaycane says:

      I sensed the pride in his face. He’s used to getting things done in the private sector. The Dishonest Media will ignore this, but this was a significant accomplishment by our President. IMO he knows the significance of this appointment and has every right to be proud of the difference he has made with his judicial appointment.

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  21. Bonitabaycane says:

    From a pure political standpoint this was a yuge, well-deserved win for our President. 🙂 It was nice to see the pride in our President’s face for the significant long term difference he has made on the SCOTUS. Kudos Mr. President. Job well done!

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  22. C. Lowell says:

    Obama say, “Happy, normal, intelligent, competent, and loyal judges be ray-cyst”…

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  23. MfM says:

    Watching the ceremony was emotional. I’m not tired of winning! And today was an absolute win!

    Seeing Trump standing there as President was absolutely wonderful.

    It was emotional not only for what it was, but what it wasn’t. Thoughts of what would have happened if Hillary Clinton had gotten in were going through my mind. It made me so happy and grateful that Trump gave up so much, took so much abuse and worked so hard to become our President.

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  24. M.A. says:

    Just so kewl that we can witness these wonderful accomplishments of the Trump administration. Thanks, Sundance and Treepers for these videos. MAGA!!

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  25. Dora says:

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  26. Fe says:

    I cannot wait to get home so I can watch this. What a happy day this is. The weather could not be more perfect. I’m so proud of My President. Now go get the travel ban taken care of… Knock those 9th Circuit punks out.

    ♥️PDJT♥️

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  27. yakmaster2 says:

    I have waited anxiously for Gorsuch to be confirmed and SWORN IN. Now I feel so thankful and relieved!!😌

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  28. I just watched the video! Great and a beautiful ceremony! Speeches from president and judge Kennedy and Gorsuch were very sincere and authentic!

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  29. usayes says:

    Am beyond ecstatic at the swearing in of Justice Gorsuch – his elevation to the Supreme Court gives me HOPE for our country.

    Speaking of hope, with regard to judicial/legal appointments, does anyone know the status of the Dep AG position?

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  30. gary says:

    I know in the 2000 election that was the FIRST TIME I really saw how political the Justices are. It was probably going on before that, but, I really saw it and I think the country did, that these guys bend the rules for their party.

    In a perfect Republic it would be wise to elect Judges that follow the LAWS of the LAND, with their eyes closed to party politics , I don’t trust the Justices after 2000 election, and I certainly don’t like the Liberal rules by these guys making up stuff as they go along.

    Have 80-85 be the retiring age, maybe?

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  31. Rino Hunters United! says:

    First – Thank God.

    Second – we should not even be talking about this… The Constitution should be first and foremost IN EVERYONE’S MIND when employing a Supreme Court Justice…. To argue wholly against the Constitution is to argue for Treason.

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  32. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I don’t recall there being a ceremony of a swearing in of a Supreme Court Justice as nice as today. President Trump also spoke of the background of it all and the historical importance. He gave a history lesson – that was really nice. I also don’t recall a Justice who administers the oath to speak such as Kennedy did today. Lastly, I don’t remember the newly sworn-in Justice speaking as well. All of it was so nicely done and so appropriate for the occasion. It was history in the making!

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  33. gary says:

    So, is TODAY the day that Trump sends his lawyers to those trouble-some districts and press for supreme court ruling and maybe impeach those “bad” judges. 🙂

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    • gary says:

      I guess I would love the Supreme Count to come down HARD on those “bad” judges and give them a verbal and written SMACK-DOWN.

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  34. ALEX says:

    Great ceremony. Thanks for posting. Another item crossed off the list for President Trump….

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  35. Here we go again. These conservatives never learn. Gorsuch has already said Roe vs. Wade is settled law. That’s how the whole Sandra Day-O’Connor and Souter tragedies started isn’t it? Amazing how dense or dishonest these “Judges” are. Roe vs. Wade is a precedent not a law. It can be overturned by ANY JUDGE with ONE DECISION. They’d have to fight to reinstate it since its merely precedent and not a legal statute. This Rump Court is a farce. Nine idiots deciding for a Whole Country. Mostly by using personal preferences and opinions with little or no ACTUAL LAW to back it up. Pathetic.

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  36. hougamergal says:

    I’m happy about his acceptance to SCOTUS as well, but did anybody else notice they PHOTOSHOPPED Gorsuch’s head on Scalia’s body for the picture???

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  37. Blade says:

    Time to update the scoreboard. Please note, we are still behind. We have a full decade now to pronounce Alito a success ( Dear Lord we dodged a bullet there with Bush43 ). And we will assume that Gorsuch is a Constitutionalist as he was vetted by the Heritage Foundation and Federalist Society.

    Interestingly, this is the ( only ) actual “conservative seat” of the Court, the only one with an unbroken string since 1955 with Harlan II, Rehnquist, Scalia, and now Gorsuch. Prior to Harlan it was Robert H. Jackson, a kind of liberal democrat but who is now famous for being the Nuremberg tribunal boss and also for agreeing with FDR in supporting internment in the Korematsu case.

    Today we are at our historical peak in the modern era of 3 Constitutionalists sitting simultaneously. We have never had four since FDR ( and this is the biggest destructor of America and has been for 80 years ). Furthermore, we have often had less than 3. At one point it was just Rehnquist and Scalia for 2 reliable Justices. Prior to that we had just Rehnquist for just 1 Since Rehnquist took Harlan’s seat ( the only reliable Justice prior ) it means that the entire Warren Court and Burger Court era we had 1 reliable Justice. This is how America was lost to the courts.

    Before today after the death of Scalia the score was …
    Friendly=2
    Enemy=4
    Finger-in-Wind=2

    Starting today Gorsuch makes it …
    Friendly=3
    Enemy=4
    Finger-in-Wind=2

    Replacing Kennedy with a Constitutionalist would make it …
    Friendly=4
    Enemy=4
    Finger-in-Wind=1

    Replacing Ginsburg with a Constitutionalist would make it …
    Friendly=5
    Enemy=3
    Finger-in-Wind=1

    Replacing Breyer with a Constitutionalist would make it …
    Friendly=6
    Enemy=2
    Finger-in-Wind=1

    Maybe Trump can talk Roberts into resigning as well …
    Friendly=7
    Enemy=2
    Finger-in-Wind=0

    Needless to say, if the mighty Clarence Thomas ( greatest “Constitutionalist” ever IMHO ) decides to retire, he will no doubt leave while under President Trump because he is wise and knows the stakes. Assuming the two Obama witches are healthy, President Trump could fill a maximum of 7 seats! That would only be surpass Abraham Lincoln (5), Andrew Jackson (6), and William Howard Taft (6).

    Only FDR (9) and George Washington himself (11) filled more seats! In a far-fetched dream scenario the Congress could expand the court to 11 seats and give him a shot at tying the all-time record. Note, technically the Court does have 11 seats, but two were dissolved by never being refilled after the Civil War when the radical Republicans declared war on Andrew Johnson. Needless to say, he got no appointments.

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  38. jstanley01 says:

    Nice ceremony, the President is an excellent master of ceremonies, very heartfelt, the new Justice’s wife seems wonderful, the historic first that he was Justice Kennedy’s clerk is neat. Great. Wonderful. Love it.

    Sorry though. I will never forget and never forgive Chief Justice John Roberts for turning coat and saving ObamaDon’tCare, and thereby enshrining into U.S. law its bald-faced violation of the Constitution via its individual mandate. In a sane world the law would be called RobertsDon’tCare — about the Constitution. And Roberts’s conservative credentials were as good or better than those of Gorsuch when he put his hand on the Bible and lied.

    A mechanism needs to be put in place, via Amendment, to override Supreme Court decisions by super majorities in the U.S. Congress or the States. Enough of this nonsense of the country being governed by judicial fiat, under which the President of the United States can be overriden nationwide by some random yayhoo appellate judge out in the hinterlands. Murray v. Madison is an anachronism that needs to be relegated to the dustbin of history.

    I wish Gorsuch well. But sorry, I’m from Missouri. “Show me.”

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  39. AJ says:

    Wow, they need to come up with a better Oath of Office.

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  40. Laura Wesselmann says:

    This time the Reps stuck together for America’s benefit. Do this more often.

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  41. dogsmaw says:

    Welcome Aboard the Trump Train 🙂

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