September 19th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1339

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1,467 Responses to September 19th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1339

  1. jeans2nd says:

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  2. The Gipper Lives says:

    So we can remember what actual jurisprudence looks like, Justice Scalia:

    *”Our manner of interpreting the Constitution is to begin with the text, and to give that text the meaning that it bore when it was adopted by the people … This is such a minority position in modern academia and in modern legal circles that on occasion I’m asked when I’ve given a talk like this a question from the back of the room–‘Justice Scalia, when did you first become an originalist?’–as though it is some kind of weird affliction that seizes some people– ‘When did you first start eating human flesh?'”

    *“Never compromise your principles, unless of course your principles are Adolf Hitler’s, in which case you would be well advised to compromise them as much as you can.”

    *Justice Scalia with Justice Thomas: “Insofar as a claimed legal right to release into this country is concerned, an alien under final order of removal stands on an equal footing with an inadmissible alien at the threshold of entry: He has no such right. We are offered no justification why an alien under a valid and final order of removal– which has totally extinguished whatever right to presence in this country he possessed –has any greater due process right to be released into the country than an alien at the border seeking entry.”…….

    *”In sum, we hold that the District’s ban on handgun possession in the home violates the Second Amendment, as does its prohibition against rendering any lawful firearm in the home operable for the purpose of immediate self-defense. Assuming that Heller is not disqualified from the exercise of Second Amendment rights, the District must permit him to register his handgun and must issue him a license to carry it in the home. We are aware of the problem of handgun violence in this country. and we take seriously the concerns raised by the many amici who believe that prohibition of handgun ownership is a solution. The Constitution leaves the District of Columbia a variety of tools for combating that problem, including some measures regulating handguns. But the enshrinement of constitutional rights necessarily takes certain policy choices off the table. These include the absolute prohibition of handguns held and used for self-defense in the home. Undoubtedly some think that the Second Amendment is outmoded in a society where our standing army is the pride of our Nation, where well-trained police forces provide personal security, and where gun violence is a serious problem. That is perhaps debatable, but what is not debatable is that it is not the role of this Court to pronounce the Second Amendment extinct.”.

    *“From watching too many episodes of ‘The Sopranos,’ your staff seems to have acquired the belief that any Sicilian gesture is obscene.”

    *“If securing its territory in this fashion is not within the power of Arizona, we should cease referring to it as a sovereign State.”

    *“Under all the usual rules of interpretation, in short, the Government should lose this case. But normal rules of interpretation seem always to yield to the overriding principle of the present Court: The Affordable Care Act must be saved. …We should start calling this law SCOTUScare.”

    *“I write separately to call attention to this Court’s threat to American democracy. It is not of special importance to me what the law says about marriage. It is of overwhelming importance, however, who it is that rules me. Today’s decree says that my Ruler, and the Ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of the nine lawyers on the Supreme Court. The opinion in these cases is the furthest extension in fact—and the furthest extension one can even imagine—of the Court’s claimed power to create ‘liberties’ that the Constitution and its Amendments neglect to mention. This practice of constitutional revision by an unelected committee of nine, always accompanied (as it is today) by extravagant praise of liberty, robs the People of the most important liberty they asserted in the Declaration of Independence and won in the Revolution of 1776: the freedom to govern themselves.

    This is a naked judicial claim to legislative—indeed, super-legislative—power; a claim fundamentally at odds with our system of government. Except as limited by a constitutional prohibition agreed to by the People, the States are free to adopt whatever laws they like, even those that offend the esteemed Justices’ ‘reasoned judgment.’ A system of government that makes the People subordinate to a committee of nine unelected lawyers does not deserve to be called a democracy. But the Court ends this debate, in an opinion lacking even a thin veneer of law.
    Buried beneath the mummeries and straining-to-be-memorable passages of the opinion is a candid and startling assertion: No matter what it was the People ratified, the Fourteenth Amendment protects those rights that the Judiciary, in its ‘reasoned judgment,’ thinks the Fourteenth Amendment ought to protect. [T]o allow the policy question of same-sex marriage to be considered and resolved by a select, patrician, highly unrepresentative panel of nine is to violate a principle even more fundamental than no taxation without representation: no social transformation without representation.

    What really astounds is the hubris reflected in today’s judicial Putsch.” …….

    Justice Scalia would often tell the story of the activist judge who wakes up in the morning and tell his wife: “Honey, it’s amazing; the Constitution agrees with me!” That is, everything the Left wants is already magically in the Constitution! That’s not law, but anti-law. Few judges can resist it. Even Neil Gorsuch succumbed to the temptation, legislating transgenderism into the 1964 Civil Rights Act, even though the political branches were perfectly able to do so if they wished.

    There are 2 Constitutionalists on the Court, Thomas and Alito. Kavanaugh is a maybe. Gorsuch is a weak sister. Roberts has already assumed the Ginsburg seat. The others are petty tyrants, and it is a kind of tyranny. Not every tyrant has facial hair like Marx, Lenin, Hitler, Stalin, Castro and Bader-Ginsburg.

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    • Excellent. Thank you for this very astute comment, I hope everyone reads it, shares it and remembers it.

      “ … no social transformation without representation …”

      And the left wonders why we hated what they did to our Constitutional Republic built on a Judeo-Christian foundation for an upright, moral, God-fearing and logical people. We felt unrepresentative; we WERE unrepresented. Illegal aliens, homosexuals, “transgenders,” everyone was represented except us American citizens.

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    • vikingmom says:

      “…even though the political branches were perfectly able to do so if they wished.”

      This phrase could be applied to SO MANY different areas in which the courts have intervened in recent years! Our elected officials are well aware that “we the people” want no part of their “fundamental transformation” of our system of government and have, in fact, voted against such propositions in overwhelming numbers. Thus, their plan has simply been to force issues into the courts instead, where the outcome is radically different from what the voters want. THAT is why the Left has been so working so hard to destroy Donald Trump. He represents a return to a Constitutionally based judiciary, where the people vote on proposed changes to the law and the courts are simply there to validate whether or not the outcome was in line with the Founders’ ORIGINAL principles!!

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    • Tornarosa says:

      Outstanding Gipper. My favorite:
      “It is not of special importance to me what the law says about marriage. It is of overwhelming importance, however, who it is that rules me. Today’s decree says that my Ruler, and the Ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of the nine lawyers on the Supreme Court
      “This practice of constitutional revision by an unelected committee of nine, always accompanied (as it is today) by extravagant praise of liberty, robs the People of the most important liberty they asserted in the Declaration of Independence and won in the Revolution of 1776: the freedom to govern themselves”.

      God bless you and enjoy your just reward for fighting the good fight. Citizen Scalia

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    • JCM800 says:

      Black Robed Tyranny Indeed!
      Which is certainly not confined to SCOTUS.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. sunnyflower5 says:

    A fantastic retweet by President Trump

    Liked by 8 people

  4. rondo123456 says:

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg — first thoughts and Open Thread

    1. My thoughts are with her family. Losing the mama and the matriarch is a painful thing, even if you’ve known it was coming. Having said that, let’s talk about the public figure, not the private person. And considering that everything Ginsburg did was political, this seems appropriate.

    2. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an appalling anti-constitutionalist, who always put her politics ahead of both the constitution and the law.

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  5. henry says:

    A bit of good news from here in my hood….

    The woman up the block from me used to have ACORN signs in her front yard.
    She now has a Trump/Pence 2020.


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  6. paper doll says:

    If the parties were reversed, the new Dem SC justice would be sitting Wed at the latest.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. trapper says:

    You had been trying to get along with your neighbor for thirty years. And for thirty years he had been taking advantage of your good nature. Your wife loaned him your lawn mower three years ago. He still has it. You let him use your bass boat for a family outing 10 years ago. It’s still in his garage. He throws his snow on your driveway, takes your newspaper from your front lawn, spreads nasty lies about you all over the neighborhood, steals your mail, picks your tomatoes, and told you to your face he’s going to drive you out.

    Then six months ago you saw your neighbor frantically digging up the grass in a corner of his back yard. You called across the fence and asked him what he was doing. “ANTS!!! Little red killer ants!! I’ve got them all over! EEEEE!!” He was in a flat out panic, digging, scraping, spraying.

    You looked down and noticed his little red ants crawling under the fence and into your yard. You panicked too. You joined your neighbor in the quest to eradicate the killer ants. He told you they nest in trees and shrubs, so you called the tree guy and the landscaper, who both informed you that you got ‘em bad, but they can take care of it. They cut down your trees, ripped out your grass and bushes, and presented you with their bills.

    Then you found some in your house and you really freaked out. You attacked them with a vengeance, ripping and destroying everything that got in your way in your determination to wipe out the killer ants before they got YOU.

    Now your entire yard is bare dirt, trees and bushes gone, your house is gutted, siding torn off, roof gone. Your neighbor? He sits on his front porch sipping a beer, his kids playing in his perfectly manicured yard, and watches as you take a jack hammer to your driveway.

    Still with me, Mr. C? Sure, intentional, but not in the traditional bio-weapon sort of way. The misdirection was more nuanced than that.


    • seekingthetruth2 says:



    • Tornarosa says:

      Aesop’s Fables worthy trapper. I’d like to see that story taught in schools and ask children to explain it.

      And… It states a truth about the current pandemic that is often overlooked. The “pandemic” wasn’t just a conventional weapons attack that would have invited direct retaliation, it was a stealth attack akin to antifa exploiting technicalities in the fabric of our society to minimize legal consequences. Fireworks, skateboards, Molotov cocktails, instead of guns that would have triggered serious prison time. Expect more deceptive attacks if we choose to play their game. It is their policy to do this.

      The virus attack, i.e. Isolate Wuhan but leave Wuhan open to the world during the Chinese New Year and International Military Olympics, even triggered our sending what little PPE we had to help out in Wuhan, after the CCP had spent weeks vacuuming up the World’s PPE..

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  8. mandy says:

    “Rochester mass shooting: Two dead, 14 injured after gunfire…”

    “Police arrived to find 100 people running away from the backyard of a house after a gunman opened fire in New York state.”

    “The identities of the two killed have not been released but authorities say they were a male and female aged between 18 and 22 years old.

    Chief Simmons said about 100 people were at the party when police arrived, and the scene was “chaotic”.”

    more at link:


  9. bertdilbert says:

    Could not resist

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  10. Landslide says:

    After reviewIng President Trump’s list of potential nominees, I think Noel Francisco would be a great choice. Look him up. He appears to be totally in line with President Trump’s positions. We cannot afford to lose the ones who are currently on the 9th or 5th circuits, the DC court, or senators.

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  11. “Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out and, eventually, I do believe he will win if we don’t give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side,” Clinton said in an interview with Showtime’s “The Circus.”

    sincerely, Cankles.

    ps I sure hope this doesn’t force me back into the woods again because even Mitt just told me I should just shut and that I was over rated.


  12. two percent neanderthal says:

    It is reported that Justice Ginsburg left a writing which asks that her replacement be decided by the next President. My belief is that we cannot wait until January 2025 when Trump completes his second term. In any event, there is no provision in our Constitution for testamentary selection. Article 2 provides that the President shall nominate. Justice Ginsburg had some ability to influence te selection of her successor. She had developed one or more cancers before Obama left office and could have resigned when the President was someone more inclined to accept her view. It has been my belief that Ginsburg wanted to step down during the presidency of the wife of the man who appointed her and that her replacement be appointed by a female. She was going for historical novelty. We do not owe her a second bite at the apple. Moreover, the democrats / statists have promised a Constitutional crisis and a fight. There is no benefit to a delay in approving the next justice.

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  13. jeans2nd says:

    “They should have never told us about this (the Transition Integrity Project). They should have left us fat and happy. But they did tell us. And now we can use that against them in court.”
    Mayor Rudy Giuiliani, just now on War Room Pandemic. (listening live, no link yet)

    See ya at the Supreme Court, you arrogant dummies lolol

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  14. Rodney Plonker says:

    I hope PT goes to her funeral. That will result in many apoplectic head explosions. It will also switch attention back to PT not Ginsburg.

    Liked by 2 people

    • cplogics says:

      As a practicing Jew, RBG would have had to be buried before sundown on the eve of the Sabbath I believe. The fact that she died before a Jewish holy day/holiday curtails the mourning period. I am sure there are more finite rules to be found on this, but in any case, do not expect Trump to be at Ginsburg’s funeral. Perhaps if she lies in state at the Court like Scalia, he will pay his respects there.

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    • …with another give a way o sets of envelopes as on funeral Shrub sr…. Rodney????……


  15. sunnyflower5 says:

    I’m not disagreeing with Joe here…..but its looks like three rules.

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • Sentient says:

      I’ve always thought Virginia could flip back to red. Not even on the Femocrats’ radar. Just like it didn’t occur to them that mail-in votes could be their undoing because 1) their voters are too stupid to do it right and 2) they can’t swap out an incapacitated candidate after millions of votes have already been cast by mail.

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      • TrumpPatriot says:

        Yesterday was first day to early vote in Virginia. Saw a picture of a very, very, very. Lomg line of persons waiting to vote in Fairfax, Va. High percentage female in the pic I saw. Waiting lines up to four hours in some areas of Va. Go figure. Not like there will not be another month of days

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  17. Julian says:

    If there was such a State as Delmarva it would likely be Republican if one looks at the voting patterns in the Eastern Shore of Maryland in particular.

    It would also have a second House of Reps seat – almost certainly Republican.

    I wonder what the Republican candidate for Delaware thinks about turning the Peninsula RED. Hopefully Lauren will steal the Delaware Senate Seat from under Creepy Joe’s nose this year.

    In 2014 Chris Coons received 130,000 odd votes and Republican Kevin Wade received about 100,000. If Lauren can flip about 16,000 votes she can win the Delaware Senate seat.

    Only 16,000 votes – that’s not that many.

    For that matter, Clinton only won Delaware by about 50,000 votes in 2016, so only need to flip 25,000 votes for President Trump to carry Delaware.

    Possibly the only thing that will carry Delaware for Biden is the home state advantage.

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    • More Bore says:

      I love the optimism… but nah.


    • JCM800 says:

      Like the Platform.
      The “ending Drug Addiction”, is like “ending Gun Violence” is utopian and trimmed of her platform. Imagine, “Ending Coffee Addiction.” ; )
      If I’m promised something that could never be fulfilled without turning American in a Giant Police State. I’ll reject the advocate of such.

      In Liberty….


    • TrumpPatriot says:

      Coons and his wife stood by smiling as Biden grabbed their daughter’s arm, and she leaned away as he leaned in towards her. Like many of the other photos of Biden and young girls, the thumb is always at the area where the young breast swell. I always figured it touched her and that is why her face appeared so uncomfortable. Why else that extreme reaction from the young girl?


  18. Waymore says:

    Me thinks the Florida judge will be the nominee. Female, Latino, conservative. Wasn’t Judge Amy considered along with Judge K, and Judge K was nominated because everyone thought at the time he was the “safest “ pick? I vaguely recall pushback on Judge Amy from the two “moderate” female senators. The Florida judge as nominee might make it extremely hard for those two senators to not vote, or vote no.

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  19. henry says:

    I want proof that she can READ and WRITE first.

    To honor Justice Ginsburg’s legacy, Biden should consider Michelle Obama


  20. jaxnix says:

    This is simple – elections have consequences.

    Those consequences are in play throughout the term of the elected officials. This current President and Senate have the duty to sit the next Supreme Court justice through the end of this year.

    Figure the holiday break starting around 12/10/20. The house and senate are sworn in during the first week of January not on the date of the presidential inauguration

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  21. Jenevive says:

    The repubs need to answer the Dems saying Decency says whatever..
    After the circus they made of Justice Kavanaugh hearings, after putting the
    country thru three years of Muller hoax. Ukraine hoax then impeaching the
    President over nothing, Trying to destroy his Presidency since the day he was elected,
    they want to talk decency? Payback is a _itch. Go for it, as a matter of fact
    no where in the constitution does it say they have to have confirmation hearings.
    Just bring it to vote.

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  22. MR52 says:

    Gotta Love this. Ginsberg, look what she did. She betrayed them all.

    Liked by 1 person

    • hyacinthclare says:

      Wouldn’t you just be ashamed to have her as a member of your family?

      Liked by 2 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      Wait till she finds out her Tik Tok is gone as of Sunday lolol


      • vikingmom says:

        I do not think this is a parody. We have long time family friends who have a daughter who looks, and acts, VERY much like this. We no longer have contact with them because we wouldn’t play along with her obvious mental health issues. They have gone from being staunch Christian Conservatives to hard Leftists with severe TDS, which is incredibly sad all the way around, and also means that their daughter will not get the help she so clearly needs!

        This TikTok account indicates that the woman in the video is a horticulturist by trade…I would be curious to know if she actually has a job, and if so, what she does! That’s not a cheap looking car she is driving so there is money coming in from somewhere…

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      • mr.piddles says:

        I thought I recognized that emotionally unhinged reaction from my pre-meds days. Except in my case it was over something much more benign… like a crappy “Made in China” light fixture that keeps getting loose… or one of those child-proof electrical outlets (also Made In China) with the internal safety lock that simply don’t work 30% of the time.

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    • jay says:

      RBG died in the evening of 09/18/2020.
      “I am just finding out” in daylight hours?
      Here is my advice: Get a job, follow that with a life.

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  23. helmhood says:

    Seriously, all the democrats have to offer is death, death and more death. What miserable, demoralized people.

    Feels good to be on the winning side of Life.

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  24. joseywalesandtenbearsbarandgrill says:

    We’re about to learn a lot of the republican party. Mitch is in a tuff race himself so he will have to show his hand starting Monday. Does his internal polling tell him in order to get elected he should wait to start the process on Ruth’s replacement? Or that he needs to get going today. Those in the republican senate that are owned by the Cabal will standout like like a sore thumb in the coming days. 1st we have to learn about Mitch’s position.

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    • Nigella says:

      If Mitch or any of the candidates up for re-election think they are gonna get Dem votes they’re
      dreaming.. If they don’t act they will lose the votes they really need… The Conservative vote…

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Susan Collins has to support Supreme Court nominee or she is done…think 45 expanded list because RBG passing was Dimms Hail Mary…OHiden was done so more panic…

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Swearing in a new justice before the election helps Mitch, Graham, Ernst, Sasse, prolly Collins, and everyone else who is up for re-election not on the Senate Judiciary Comte. This is manna from heaven and will fire up the MAGA base to get out and vote.

      Fun fact: Alito, Breyer, Thomas and Roberts are eligible NOW for FULL retirement. Sotomayor will be eligible for full retirement within Trump’s next 4 years. Only Kagan, Gorsuch and Kav will not.


    • Mitch will move to fill the seat ASAP.
      He will get re-elected.
      Did you know he hired Nick Sandman to run his campaign’s ground game?

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  25. PaulCohen says:

    It’s going to be so ugly, as is everything with the rabid dishonest left…..

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    • Ooh I think the main character is up to the task.
      He’ll have to work with the supporting cast of characters though.


    • annieoakley says:

      The most profound memory from that fight is the first day and the look on the faces of his daughters and wife when the horrible personal attacks started. I remembered the attacks on Clarence Thomas by Anita Hill and thought, Oh here we go again.

      I had a lefty husband and friend at time who just trashed Clarence Thomas when I thought they should be all excited over having a black Justice. I was so dumb.


  26. MaineCoon says:

    9/5/2020 Video: “Fr. Altier: Coronovirus – The Truth Revealed”. The priest exposes the lies about the COVID scam in his Sunday sermon.


  27. PaulCohen says:

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Has anyone watched Herridge on CBS? Herridge is not the same middle-of-the-road reporter she was at Fox.

      Liked by 1 person

      • GB Bari says:

        Who couldn’t see that coming?
        I questioned her move as soon as it was announced.
        CBS has been Certified BS for decades, the network of Dan Rather and Mike Wallace who were consummate Leftwing liars and Islam apologists.

        Why on earth Herridge quit a moderate network to go work for a irrefutably Leftwing network is a mystery. But the move has ruined her credibility, in my opinion.

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  28. Publius2016 says:

    Nuclear Option was detonated by Dimms!

    They plan to pack the SC with 13!!

    Sorry…Republicans better recognize…2020 is Everything!!!

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  29. Sentient says:

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    • Well, Lindsay has a lot of faults but Stupidity is NOT one of them.
      He will do the right thing and he will win his election in SC.
      Why you ask?
      Well, because of the Boss sitting in the Oval Office, who is unlike any other sitting POTUS.

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  30. Chris says:

    This is a random post, but I’m so sick and tired of this mentality that everyone is wonderful when they die (especially politicians). Is this an American phenomenon? I always hear something along the lines of “Don’t speak badly about them, they served the country for 30 years” or some variant of that. I disagree with that sentiment in its entirety. Some of these individuals are horrible people who don’t deserve my respect, time, or concern. I cringe when I hear people say “John McCain was a great man.” I don’t think so at all. Just look at how vindictively he treated President Trump. I certainly feel terrible that he had to go through a horrible illness, but that doesn’t change my opinion of him. These people didn’t “serve the country,” they served themselves. Just like the cabal that tried to remove Trump from office. These were patriotic, respectable, selfless public servants? I beg to differ. While I feel badly that RBG succumbed to such a lousy disease, that doesn’t change my opinion of her. A self-centered, petty, far left radical who couldn’t help but take cheap shots at President Trump while he was running for office.

    And now we’re supposed to honor her wish to not be replaced until the next President. I wouldn’t be surprised if this request was fabricated by her family. I’m so tired of all this nonsense. Isn’t it amazing how no news of her condition ever leaked? Her prognosis has probably been known for at least the last 3-4 months, probably longer. Imagine if this were a Republican. The doctors would be coming out violating their oath saying that they had a patriotic duty to do so. The media would support and cheer them on.

    The Senate needs to do something for once and get this done. There is no excuse. And please Alaska, Maine, and Utah, primary these fools.

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    • I agree with you; should we have mourned the passing of Adolf Hitler? Osama Bin Laden? Just because someone dies doesn’t make them sympathetic to me.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Dekester says:

        481, with you all the way.

        We here remember how the N.Y. Slimes and others characterized the last two major Islamic leaders PDJT offed.

        Scum all of them…

        Fools or worse all of them.

        Never forget the cheering on the Streets when Maggie Thatcher died.

        God bless PDJT..this not on war, it may be survival.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Epitaph On The Politician Himself
      Hilaire Belloc

      Here richly, with ridiculous display,
      The Politician’s corpse was laid away.
      While all of his acquaintance sneered and slanged
      I wept: for I had longed to see him hanged.

      Another on the Same

      This, the last ornament among the peers,
      Bribed, bullied, swindled and blackmailed for years:
      But Death’s what even Politicians fail
      To bribe or swindle, bully or blackmail.


    • doyouseemyvision says:

      It’s a media thing to draw more viewers, but I think America has been dragged into the con. Seriously, Sandra Day O’Conner was by far a bigger trailblazer, but she doesn’t fit the media’s narrative or purpose right now.


      • She displayed the decency required to retire at an appropriate time, though in her case it was due to her husband’s illness, not her own. She didn’t pretend to be actually working while taking care of him.


    • Scarlet says:

      This is so true. I see obituaries in our local paper for the most low down, monstrous , evil, nasty people and they have glowing comments.
      I’d love for once to have the obit tell the truth.
      “ He was a serial womanizer who fathered many illegitimate children. He sued his baby mamas relentlessly to get out of paying support for the children he created.
      He stole from his boss and laughed about it.
      He was a nasty drunk and cheated at golf”

      “ She was a narcissistic mother who pitted her children against eachother. Money was her God and she stole her children’s inheritance that their grandparents wanted them to have. She married wealthy man after wealthy man and alienated them from their biological children. She changed wills around with threats and intimidation to the sick and dying. She gossiped nastily begins eveyones back. “

      Something along those lines.


    • mimbler says:

      Yes, if that truly was her dying wish, it falls in line with her supreme court history – openly defying the constitution,


    • bentley1blog says:

      Chris…exactly. The reporters on TV are so nauseating when singing her praises. My TV is tuned to the cooking channels.


    • Robert Smith says:

      I agree

      They scare nothing for us.


  31. PaulCohen says:


  32. dufrst says:

    I agree. If GOP fails here, thus leading to the lost of the Senate, time for a new political party!

    Time for the American or America First Party or whatever it needs to be called, if GOP loses Senate!

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  33. bessie2003 says:

    I get various you tube notifications when new videos are available from different people I “subscribe” to. One showed up today, from John Spiropolous, titled something like Spygate #9, two hop rule. I clicked on the notification in order to watch, and it says: Video Unavailable. So don’t know if you tube is blocking it or the creator has removed it, perhaps for editing?

    Am posting this question here, knowing that Mr. Spiropolous occasionally comments, and just in case he did not remove his video thought this would be a way to let him know it is not available via you tube services.


  34. dogsmaw says:

    Check out the date on this tweet 🙂

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  35. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  36. henry says:

    Serious language but hysterically funny watching leftist women totally meltdown.

    Crush your democrats, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentation of the women!

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  37. FPCHmom says:

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    I just had to share this wonderful article by Dave Daubenmire, it’s been in my in-box since the 3rd.
    This is exactly what I think and mumble to myself whenever I go out and see these crazies walking around like zombies.
    I really get so upset I must force myself to focus on my tasks at hand and then get the Hell outta there, quick!

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    • Dixie says:

      Those wearing masks look so stupid when they talk with those things on. All we can see is their mask and chin moving up and down. I would laugh if it wasn’t so disgusting.

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  39. henry says:

    Serious question – since NanXi called off her hounds by condemning rioting, etc., a couple of days ago and now RBG is dead; will she order her dogs back online again?

    Will cities burn if turtle calls a vote?


    • Robert Smith says:

      And Democrats will support that just as they have supported ANTIFA and BLM with money, political cover, and media cloak of security for them.

      Democrats control their street soldiers to some degree. They think they control them completely, but they have their own agenda and it doesn’t include the Democrat establishment.


    • Linda K. says:

      Nancy and Lawfare were counting on Ruth’s vote in case the election gets caught up in the Supreme Court. Surprise.


  40. FPCHmom says:

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  41. islandpalmtrees says:

    The FISA court headed by John Roberts and in my opinion is a refection of him.

    The court’s judges are appointed solely by the Chief Justice of the United States without confirmation or oversight by the U.S. Congress. This gives the chief justice the ability to appoint like-minded judges and create a court without diversity.”The judges are hand-picked by someone who, through his votes on the Supreme Court, we have come to learn has a particular view on civil liberties and law enforcement”.

    The court has been fully politicized and usurps Congress and the Supreme Court.

    Obama promised no more wiretapping, all the while he was growing his powers to secretly wiretap anyone in secret.

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  42. gsonFIT says:

    So I am not trying to add another conspiracy theory to America’s political drama, but I do have a question. John Roberts who I know to be a devout Catholic went to the island of Malta in 2012. I recall he was a guest lecturer at a law school. In 2017 Ginsburg went to Malta also. Was this a vacation referral from a work colleague or was she teaching as well? Seems odd

    Does anyone have insight on this?


  43. FPCHmom says:

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  44. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  45. Henry says:

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  46. I LOVE how the Dems (and Lisa Murkowski) are all saying that the replacement of Ruth Ginsburg can be “decided by the PEOPLE”

    NEWSFLASH: The people DID decide in Nov 2016 when they elected Donald J Trump as POTUS. At THAT time, no one thought RBG would last THIS LONG, and we fully expected that President Trump WOULD nominate her replacement.

    ELECTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES, LISA. Stop asking for “Do Overs”


    SARAH,, will you PLEASE run for Lisa Murkowski’s seat? PRETTY PLEASE???

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  47. PaulCohen says:

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  48. Encouraging news, but as Reagan might say, “Trust, but verify”

    ‘Grossly false’: Romney throws cold water on claim he won’t vote on SCOTUS nominee until next year

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  49. Eric says:


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