Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Announces Retirement…

Earlier today Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy had a meeting with President Donald Trump to notify the president of his intended retirement announcement.   A few hours later Justice Kennedy made the announcement public.

In a letter to President Trump, Kennedy wrote “it is the highest of honors to serve on this Court,” and he expressed his “profound gratitude for having had the privilege to seek in each case how best to know, interpret, and defend the Constitution and the laws that must always conform to its mandates and promises.”

The decision by the 81-year-old justice is all but certain to kick off a pitched confirmation battle because of the likelihood for his successor to move the court’s future decisions on a number of significant issues.

It was rumored last year that Justice Anthony Kennedy wanted to retire; however,  Kennedy holds institutional and traditional reverence for the court far beyond politics. It was likely he deferred the decision until after Justice Gorsuch, a former protege’, gained a year of comfort on the court. Justice Kennedy has long showcased his disdain for politics and how it corrupts the court; and his outlook is so steeped in judicial tradition it was anticipated would defer/delay his own personal interests if he sensed a need to guard or protect the integrity of traditions within the court from the toxic infiltration of politics.

Amy Howe of SCOTUS BLOG:

When he nominated Kennedy, Reagan billed Kennedy as a “true conservative,” but he was generally regarded as a consensus pick after the failed Bork and Ginsburg nominations; Reagan himself noted that Kennedy “seems to be popular with many senators of varying political persuasions.” The Kennedy nomination drew disapproval from some conservatives, however. Senator Charles Grassley, a Republican from Iowa, characterized Reagan’s choice as a “basic compromise of principle,” while political activist Richard Viguerie described the nomination as a “total surrender to the left.”

Over the next three decades, conservatives were indeed often disappointed with Kennedy and his votes on a variety of issues, particularly social ones. One such topic was abortion. Anti-abortion voters had played a key role in Reagan’s election, and Kennedy initially provided both the president who appointed him and those voters with reason to be optimistic. Just a little over a year after his confirmation, Kennedy joined the majority in upholding a Missouri law that (among other things) defined life as beginning at conception and required doctors to conduct fetal viability tests before performing abortions on women who were 20 or more weeks pregnant. Along with Justice Byron White, Kennedy also joined a separate opinion, written by then-Chief Justice William Rehnquist, that would have effectively dismantled the test outlined in Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court’s landmark 1973 decision establishing a woman’s basic right to an abortion. And in 2007, Kennedy wrote the majority opinion when a closely divided court upheld a federal law that criminalized a procedure known as a “partial-birth” abortion.  (continue reading)

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589 Responses to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Announces Retirement…

  1. b4im2old says:

    RBG will likely “pass” at some time during VSG POTUS 2 terms so that would be 3. But my question is this – If it is legally proven bho was not a US citizen and not a legit president, then don’t all his eo’s, and appointments (Kagan & Sotomayer) ALL get tossed? If so, that would give PDJT a total of 5 SC appointments!!! Wishful thinking!!! Input please!?

    Liked by 4 people

    • Katie says:

      If it is legally proven bho was not a US citizen and not a legit president, then don’t all his eo’s, and appointments (Kagan & Sotomayer) ALL get tossed?

      I’ve been wondering that myself for the past few months, but I’ve always been too afraid to ask. If it IS wishful thinking, I’m right there with you!

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      • Fishelsea says:

        Wow. That is a profound thought. Makes sense. Illegitimate sc nominations.
        Never met an american that couldnt produce a non photo shopped birth certificate.
        Certainly wouldnt have hired anybody who tried to pass the one barry put out.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Yes Katie….and don’t ever be afraid to ask questions! (If nothing else,reply comment it directly to ME on a comment I’ve made) {I can almost always be found on on a Daily Open thread)

        Liked by 4 people

      • BigMamaTEA says:

        IMO it’s been proven too. No one has dared to challenge it though. The first ones who should’ve challenged it, were the first congress after he got elected. BUT, they wouldn’t even touch it at the time because they all voted to verify the POTUS vote. Every one of those criminals potentially could be in trouble with violation of Office, with extra violations for SanFranNan who literally signed the Official Document certifying Obie qualified, (she as Speaker of House, a Demonrat Party Officer) as being a qualified nominee.

        Someone, someday will have to challenge a lawsuit all the way up to the Supremes now.

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      • Cetera says:

        Ask yourself why Trump had every single U.S. Attorney all resign, and then resubmitted a large portion of them back through to be re-approved. Huber was one of them. Appointed by Obama. Fired by Trump. Re-hired by Trump.

        Is this significant?

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        • Ken Lawson says:

          Other presidents have done that, too, so I’m not sure it’s that significant other than a way to get rid of the ones a president doesn’t want.

          Liked by 2 people

      • Donzo says:

        It would have to be decided by the Supreme Court with those two recused. 5-2 if not better.

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      • Kintbury says:

        I think every thing he signed into law would be toast.

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      • cali says:

        @Katie: Q said it best: “By time we get done with him he will claim Kenyan citizenship”.

        BTW isn’t it strange that he is currently in Kenya?

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    • fred5678 says:

      The ONLY two places the constitution mentions “natural born citizen” is for POTUS and VPOTUS qualifications. Neither Obama, McCain, Cruz, nor Goldwater qualify – BOTH parents are citizens (native born or naturalized) AND must be born in United States.
      Obama’s father was UK citizen (Kenya was not independent then)
      McCain born either in Panama or Canal Zone, depending on where the hospital was..
      Cruz’s father was not a US citizen.
      Goldwater was born in AZ territory.
      McCain’s situation, of course, should be allowed by specific law, not just Congress resolution as it was, as father was on active duty serving the country.

      If SCOTUS ever decides, all laws signed by Obama may be moot.

      BY FAR, the best article on “natural born citizen” and what SCOTUS has opined during cases on other topics:

      https://www.thepostemail.com/2009/10/18/4-supreme-court-cases-define-natural-born-citizen/

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “If it is legally proven bho was not a US citizen and not a legit president, then don’t all his eo’s, and appointments (Kagan & Sotomayer) ALL get tossed?”

      The language seems clear to me, that if BHO was not legally eligible to be President, than he was not our President. Therefore, America went through eight years WITHOUT a President.

      So Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) can scream “Peach forty-five” till she passes, because that makes PDJT our 44th President.

      No Library, those abominable portraits removed, etc. etc.
      Oh what a glorious day for the Republic that would be!

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Good question, but it’s never going to be pursued. We’re dreaming if we think it will be. Both parties would be extremely damaged if they actually proved it true and that is something they don’t want. Both parties are responsible for making sure candidates are eligible and both looked the other way. And they continue to do so. Look at the 2016 election and you had 3 Republicans who were ineligible to be president that ran. One was, of course, Ted Cruz, but also Marco Rubio and Bobby Jindal. Add to that the fact that Obama is black and no one, and I mean NO ONE, in Washington is going to touch it. We’re better to move on and focus on other things.

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    • Steven says:

      Actually, it could be 4 or 5.

      I’ve read some articles claiming Justice Clarence Thomas has been hinting he would retire under a conservative president like VSG Trump so we could have a constitutional justice (should be oxymoron, but it’s not, unfortunately) for at least 20 years.

      Then Sotomayer has an health issue. A few articles out there are claiming she has not gotten her diabetics under control. She might step down sooner rather than later.

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    • MB224 says:

      Problem is there is no law or statute to my knowledge that addresses the NBC requirement and punishes those who try or break it. There desperately needs to be because Jindal, Cruz and Rubio are not eligible, and they know it.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. visage13 says:

    My first thinking is the timing. Now all the SC decisions will be tied until the mid terms because there is no way the Senate will confirm any nomination.

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  3. Guyski says:

    Sonia Sotomayor age 64.
    Women with type 1 diabetes had an average life expectancy of about 68 years.

    https://www.webmd.com/diabetes/news/20150106/type-1-diabetes-linked-to-lower-life-expectancy-in-study

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    • fred5678 says:

      Not to be morbid, but doesn’t Kagan looks like she is prone to Type II ??

      Overweight and your job is sitting on a bench ….

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    • G. Combs says:

      Sotomayor has been having problems too.

      Sotomayor was diagnosed as a child with Type 1 diabetes In mid January 2018 “She experienced symptoms of low blood sugar at her home this morning. She was treated by emergency medical services” [politico]

      Then in April she fell @ home and broke her shoulder. THE HILL: Sotomayor injury ‘more severe than initially believed’

      The politico article says she has tightly controled insulin that helps keep the side affects of Type I diabetes minimized and prolongs life BUT increases the problems with low blood sugar. The other problem with diabetes is you heal very slowly.

      Low blood sugar aka Hypoglycemia is going to increasingly be a problem for her and may force her retirement in the next 6 years.

      Management of Type 1 Diabetes in Older Adults
      “[…]Hypoglycemia is a major barrier to achieving optimal glycemic control. It is common in type 1 diabetes and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality and reduced quality of life.19,24–28 Severe hypoglycemia, defined as an episode requiring external assistance for treatment, is of greatest concern because it has been associated with cardiac abnormalities including arrhythmias29 and brain damage.30,31 Hypoglycemia unawareness and poor awareness are major risk factors for severe and recurrent hypoglycemia in type 1 diabetes32 and are of particular concern in the elderly because of their increased risk of falls, cognitive impairments, and cardiovascular disease. With aging and long duration of diabetes, there is impairment of counterregulatory responses to hypoglycemia.33–36 The glycemic threshold at which autonomic symptoms occur and reaction time are also modified by advancing age.33 Confusion, dizziness, falling, weakness, difficulty with communication, and poor coordination and balance may not be recognized as possible symptoms of hypoglycemia.[…]”

      This last is where Sotomayor seems to be with the emergency treatment in January followed by the hard fall, breaking her shoulder in April.

      This is for the milder late onset Type 2 diabetes in older people and there are nasty complications like kidney failure, blindness and loss of legs due to cardiovascular complications.

      “….diabetes in older adults is linked to higher mortality, reduced functional status, and increased risk of institutionalization (2). Older adults with diabetes are at substantial risk for both acute and chronic microvascular and cardiovascular complications of the disease….

      Older adults with diabetes have the highest rates of major lower-extremity amputation (9), myocardial infarction (MI), visual impairment, and end-stage renal disease of any age-group. Those aged ≥75 years have higher rates than those aged 65–74 years for most complications. Deaths from hyperglycemic crises also are significantly higher in older adults (although rates have declined markedly in the past 2 decades). Those aged ≥75 years also have double the rate of emergency department visits for hypoglycemia than the general population with diabetes (10)….” http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/35/12/2650

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    • Hopefully , Sotomayor will devour mucho platanos maduros con dulce’s this summer.

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    • MB224 says:

      SOUNDS PROMISING! For a retirement, that is. She’s disgusting. Openly anti-American and pro-foreign in every word out of her mouth.

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  4. Katie says:

    When Scalia died (was murdered), my parents were over at my house for dinner and we had the news on when the story broke and I will never forget what my dad said in that moment. “God’s abandoned us”. My dad is on a business trip right now, but I can’t wait until I can call him so we can talk about this amazing news!

    Liked by 8 people

  5. blognificentbee says:

    What’s up with Fox and the elected pundits pushing for Mike Lee with every other breath???

    Liked by 4 people

  6. American Male says:

    #Winning!

    I’ll NEVER, EVER get tired of it, EVER.

    Liked by 5 people

    • TomJ says:

      Trump should appoint Sessions to the Supreme Court. That would leave him free to get a real AG in office. He might not be the best candidate but the trade off would be worth it.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Ya know, I myself was a bit surprised when Sessions took the AG. I expected Sessions to want Immigration related position. That was Session’s hot-button in the senate.

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  7. f.fernandez says:

    MAGA

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  8. tman844 says:

    What about Jay Alan Sekulow for Kennedy’s replacement?

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  9. TheWanderingStar says:

    The comments and exchanges on twitter and elsewhere are price less:

    Snowflake:
    “Literally in tears. Haven’t felt this hopeless in a long time. With Justice Kennedy leaving, we now have two options as Americans: get fitted for your Nazi uniform or report directly to your death camp. How do you fight the darkness without light? My spark is going out.”

    One of many responses:
    “I don’t want to upset you anymore but there is no wifi at the death camps.”

    ROTFLMAO! So much comedy.

    Liked by 13 people

    • fred5678 says:

      Hilarious!

      Liked by 5 people

    • Meadowbrook says:

      Drama queens x 10 – they have lost zilch, nada, nothing since Trump has been elected except their way in who was elected. In fact their lives have improved. I have zero tolerance for these dummies.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      I’m getting so tired of this overly dramatic hyperbole.
      Could someone please just direct them to a fainting couch…and leave them there for a few years.

      That response is gold though.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Scarlet says:

      You’ve never had so much fun and had so many belly laughs until you’ve read the pk,optical posts on the blog celebitchy. The writers are such ignorant , hysterical, bigoted fascists and the posters are all drama and hysterics. It’s so much fun for a laugh and insight into the pink hat crowd.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Scarlet says:

        Here’s one :

        “ I just saw that. This is an illegitimate court with one stolen seat, now another up for grabs, appointed by a puppet installed by a foreign power. It is the end of the republic, and I’m not even exaggerating. Oligarchy here we Come.”

        Liked by 3 people

        • Scarlet says:

          Another one , lol :

          “ I feel sick, really physically ill. I think I will now have to send my trans child out of the country for grad school and hope they can make a life somewhere they will be safe. I am terrified right now.”

          Liked by 3 people

          • Scarlet says:

            Oh! Look! A medical Doctor who’s blatantly going to potentially break the law :

            “ I m applying for medical school in the fall, and I’ve been sitting here for two hours since I read the news seriously considering what this means for the direction of my career. If Roe v. Wade falls, there needs to be doctors in my state willing and able to do what must be done, even illegally. I can’t be that person to just let a woman die if it comes down to that.”

            Liked by 1 person

            • kea says:

              Maybe its better they don’t become a doctor…. Also what’s with all the nazi talk?!?!? These idiots have no clue what nazi’s were…

              Liked by 1 person

              • Deplorable_Infidel says:

                “These idiots have no clue what nazi’s were…”

                Now think back a little bit and realize that “common core” was not even in effect when that batch was indoctrinated.

                The sad thing is that those people are deadly serious and actually think like that. There are millions of them that are suffering from some severe patriotic deficiencies. Many are probably unable to recite “The Pledge of Allegiance”.

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              • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                Exactly, kea (see my comment about my cello professor and her sister above).

                My late father-in-law had his eyes blown out and his nose blown off because he was forced to join the military at a very young age, and an equally young colleague at the ammo dump where they were put made a mistake… His history teacher disappeared from one day to the next because he did the Hitlergrüß upside-down. I can look down the hill (we live on a hill, which makes driving “interesting” in the winter), down to the river, and see all sorts of houses, businesses, the train station, etc. All of that land belonged to my wife’s forebears, but the government took it away in WWI and WWII. If you didn’t join “the party”, you were ruined, if you were fortunate enough to survive. Look up the “Bekennende Christen” to see how they suffered…

                These stupid, overprivileged, creampuff snowflakes have NO IDEA what suffering is. Nor do they have any idea what integrity, honesty, humility, and GOD’s purpose for our (and everyone’s) life is.

                They are their own gods. And that will be their undoing.

                II Timothy 3:1-7:

                3:1 This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.

                2 For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy,

                3 Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good,

                4 Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God;

                5 Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.

                6 For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts,

                7 Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.

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                • piper567 says:

                  Cuppa, great post.
                  Thanks.
                  “suffering” is just one of many words the leftists have hijacked.
                  but I agree, its one of the most odious hijackings, gives the lie to folks who understand what actual suffering is.

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                • kea says:

                  These stupid, overprivileged, creampuff snowflakes have NO IDEA what suffering is.— Fully agree!!!!

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            • MfM says:

              He/she is too stupid to go to Med school.

              If (and it’s a big if) Roe v. Wade is overturned it goes back to the States to decide and there were plenty of States where it was legal. Now there are even more that would allow it.

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        • Jeff says:

          …Was probably breathing hard as he typed it.

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    • kea says:

      Sadly they always claim they want to leave and yet never do…. leave snowflakes leave!!! Melt away

      Liked by 2 people

    • Doc says:

      I just fell out of my chair.

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    • American Male says:

      Their tears, they’re so, so, soooooooo …… delicious.

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    • Jeff says:

      Am I a bad person for so thoroughly and unmitigatedly enjoying, nay even laughing aloud, at their misery?
      These are the questions with which I grapple in the stillness of the night.

      …No, not really. After all, I am Deplorable. Damn skippy.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. fred5678 says:

    Liberal reaction to current political events in bullet form:

    Economy booming — demonstrate against POTUS and his polices

    Successful summit with N Korea — protest against collusion with commie

    SCOTUS on unions — Kagan leads screaming section

    SCOTUS on adoption clinics — Sotomoyer leads even bigger screaming section

    SCOTUS — Kennedy announcement — left goes stark raving mad

    VSGPOTUS response — announce summit with arch villain PUTIN!!!

    Liberal heads explode. Game. Set. Match.

    Liked by 4 people

    • fred5678 says:

      Oh, and no wifi.

      Liked by 4 people

    • belle says:

      And I’m lovin’ every minute of it! 😎

      Liked by 1 person

    • madschu.bam says:

      i think Trump knows exactly that 400 russian Tanks are stationed in east ukraine, with one major base build on the border to ukraine. And the sattelites see how russian artillery is shooting into ukraine.

      The CIA and NSA knows how many russian agents are trying to take over east europe and how many sowjets are i the EU powerstructures.

      so, just because Hillary used muh russia to distract from her russian collusion to weaken the US and transform the States into an oligarch paradise like russia – putin is not your friend. Poland is. Baltics are.

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      • fred5678 says:

        Agree that Putin is no friend to democracy anywhere. But talking with Putin is much better than hiding under a desk, which is what I did for 4 years in elementary school back in 50’s. I tell my children that life was so much simpler when I was a kid — only one thing to worry about — Global Thermonuclear Warfare.

        First step — agree to stop dangerous intercepts of Russian and western military aircraft.
        Then more agreement on islamic terrorism coordination — i. e. Boston Bombers, etc.

        After Singapore, I would not bet against mutual arms reduction agreements..

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Ahhh, the old “duck and cover” shorts. And the Conelrad Emergency Warning System.
          Those were the days….

          Weird Al has a video/song “It’s Christmas at Ground Zero” which brings back those days…
          Rootin’ Tootin’ Putin isn’t as radical as the old guard were; on the other hand, neither he nor MANY other world leaders are to be trusted. Or the financial oligarchs behind them…..

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    • Meadowbrook says:

      They promised to leave if Trump was elected…maybe they will follow through and get the heck out of this country since they hate it so much.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Publius2016 says:

      Middle East Peace too…no $$$ for Palestine either

      Liked by 1 person

  11. MAGAbear says:

    So glad Kennedy decided to retire so PDJT can name his more conservative replacement. I think this qualifies as a winnamin. 😉

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  12. Publius2016 says:

    Joan Larsen may be the pick! A Scalia Clerk from Michigan!! Identity Politics will lead to more melting!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  13. It’s still a few days away, but this seems appropriate right about now…

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  14. fred5678 says:

    When watching Jeffrey Toobin pontificate on CNN about SCOTUS, or any topic, remember this:

    Full details:

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      Wow……it only took the lefties one afternoon to dump ‘the children’!!

      Dragging out the old retread rallying cry — abortion will be overturned and illegal again.

      Liked by 2 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Wow, Greenfield didn’t want to abort her baby. Good for her! So it’s even more interesting that Toobin is so worried about the future of abortions.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Well, two-timer Toobin, to paraphrase your Marxist hero, e-rections have consequences…

      Liked by 1 person

      • frankie says:

        Very well played!
        I’d give you a “like” but the site won’t let me!

        Toobin was a Clintonite who had to admit Paula Jones was telling the truth Bill C had a plumbing abnormality …. it was undersized and pointed left.

        Wonder how Toobin knew that.

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  15. JAS says:

    COMPLETE MELTDOWN! The illegal children crisis is over :). That said, we must remember that the pendulum swings both ways. We need mass red pilling!

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    • covfefe999 says:

      So much for “families torn apart”. hahahahaha And those poor DACA people, they’ve been shoved off into nowheresville. Dems don’t even talk about them any more. Flat out illegals who have just crossed the border, including MS13 members, are higher priority for Dems than the DACA recipients.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I bet Crowley is wishing he’d supported a wall and deportation after losing his job over this issue. Rotfl (yes I know she’s from PR but she campaigned on this issue as a Latina).

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  16. Chris Four says:

    Here is the list of names for potential Supreme Court Justices Trump says he will use. It is from Nov. 2017
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/president-donald-j-trumps-supreme-court-list/

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    • LBB says:

      Posted as President is from 2017, but DJT originally released list May 2016. While we were doing Wikileaks (DNC ones I believe) H’s team was pouring over the list , vetting for any ammo they could use against pick. There were some they were having trouble disputing. I can get in there right now, but you would find it under Scotus List.

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  17. Chris Four says:

    ‘Meet Trump’s Next Supreme Court Nominee (According To The Online Bookies)’

    “In the aftermath of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s bombshell announcement that he is retiring from the Supreme Court, attention turns who will replace him. And while Trump has yet to unveil his list of 25 potential replacements, here is the list of the most likely nominees according to online betting marketplace PredictIt, which has the 53-year-old Brett Kavanaugh as a leading frontrunner.”

    Zerohedge

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  18. Jimmy Jack says:

    I’d dedicate a Misfits song to RBG if I didn’t think I’d get in trouble for it.

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    • frankie says:

      “I Fall to Pieces” by Patsy Cline.

      Ruth’s resting place? “Ring of Fire” by Johnny Cash.

      RBG herself? Loudon Wainwright’s “Dead Skunk in the middle of the road, stinkin’ to high heaven.”

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  19. Steven says:

    I am going out on the limb here, but it does not matter who VSGP Trump will pick, they will be borked by democrats, and it will be UGLY.

    Now, if Trump nominates someone like Amul Thapar, the only person who is POC, to Kennedy’s seat, or even one of three females, Margaret Ryan, Joan Larsen or Britt Grant. This should give us some ammos to use for the advertisements against the democrat candidates during the election season! The black and women are already fleeing the party. These advertisements will help us getting more of them!

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  20. treehouseron says:

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  21. permiejack says:

    Does McCains vote matter if he is not present or he wants to poke Pdjt in the eye?

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  22. LBB says:

    Seeing some of the Twitter responses and headlines, the opposition thinks we shouldn’t be electing a new SCOTUS in election yr. (usually applied to presidential years) I looked at the current Justice list. Breyer confirmed in 94 (Clinton), Alito 2006 (Bush) & Kagan 2010 (Obama) . Are those not mid-term appointments?

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  23. TheWanderingStar says:

    Saw a joke comment yesterday that read:
    “The 9th Circuit Court has filed an injunction on Justice Kennedy’s retirement.”

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