Could a Trump Supreme Court Slow America’s Decline?
The Jews will still be pulling the puppet strings, so the possibilities for change are very limited. Nevertheless, let us consider them.
by David Sims
DONALD TRUMP will be a president who, whatever he might be, isn’t a liberal, and he will appoint four US justices to the Supreme Court, one of them being a replacement for Antonin Scalia, one being a replacement for moderate Anthony Kennedy, and the other two being replacements for aging liberal justices Ruth Ginsberg and Stephen Breyer. Further, the average Member of Congress is somewhat conservative, there being 48 D and 51 R in the Senate and 193 D and 239 R in the House.
No wonder the leftists are bitter enough that they hope someone will assassinate the President-Elect. They lost big this time.
Of course, the Jews will still be pulling the puppet strings, so this election really hasn’t brought the United States back under the control of the American people.
The conservative Justices on the US Supreme Court, rated from best to worst by their voting records, are:
1. Clarence Thomas, 68, Black ← surprise!
2. Samuel Alito, 66, White
3. John Roberts, 61, White
4. Anthony Kennedy, 80, White
The liberal Justices on the US Supreme Court, rated from least dangerous to most dangerous, are:
5. Stephen Breyer, 78, Jew
6. Sonya Sotomayor, 62, Puerto Rican Mestizo
7. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 83, Jew
8. Elena Kagan, 56, Jew
So, in the best case scenario, President Trump will fill the vacant seat most recently held by Antonin Scalia, and the seats held by the aging Anthony Kennedy, Stephen Breyer, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg by staunch, reliable, consistent, and youthful (late 40s) conservative justices. That will form a new US Supreme Court in which the right has 7 votes and the left has only 2 votes for the foreseeable future.
(Not-so-fun fun fact: There are just as many Jews on the US Supreme Court as there are Whites, even though Whites are 64% of the US population, while Jews are only 2% of the US population. I wonder how that happened? If three Jews leave and four Whites arrive, then the racial balance on the Supreme Court will be as near to a match with US population demographics as its nine justices can possibly be.)
Since (unlike the House) the Senate is almost evenly divided between liberals and conservatives, President Trump will need to be resolute in nominating only conservatives to fill vacant Supreme Court seats. The liberals in the Senate will oppose these nominations just as resolutely, and they will try to corrupt their Republican fellows with bribes, blackmail, and so forth. But I think that Trump can prevail here, if he never compromises on the values he thinks a justice should have, simply to get a vacancy filled.
There’s a problem in the family courts that needs attention, and Trump might give it some attention as President.
Let Family Court begin!
Face it with a grin!
Mothers never lose,
And fathers never win.
That’s wrong. It is just plain wrong that women get all the rights while men have to suffer a de facto martial law to pay for women’s rights.
There are other problems with how the law currently works that are unconstitutional and need fixing.
Roe v. Wade, 1973
Engel v. Vitale, 1962
Brown v. Board of Education, 1954
…and many other decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court were made in willful violation of the 9th and 10th Amendments to the Constitution of the United States. Each of those decisions of the high court presume to reserve to the federal government what was reserved to the states, or to the people, by the Constitution itself. The flimsy pretexts that the Justices of their times used to transfer, unlawfully, the rights of the states to the federal government will not stand up to an examination by future Justices who are minded to undertake the endeavor.
This has been a problem with US Justices for a long time. Even the “conservatives” on the Supreme Court have voted, more often than not, to increase the powers of the federal government at the expense of both the states and the people. An ironic exception to the rule is Clarence Thomas, who, despite being Black, is a conservative who remains true to the Founders’ ideals as he considers cases involving the powers of the federal government. Thomas might, therefore, be the very best member of the Supreme Court since the American Civil War.
Odd, that. Not what I expected when George H.W. Bush nominated him.
Anyway, Donald Trump has expressed his opinion that gun rights are matters for the states to decide, without presumptuous interference or override by Congress. And his reasoning is just as valid for the aforementioned decisions by the Supreme Court that were made in defiance of the US Constitution, as amended.
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