Saturday, February 11, 2017

President Trump on the Lawfare being Waged on Him

Unless, that is, the President is a socialist or communist, in which case she/he/it (s/h/it, for short) is omnipotent.

At this point, as far as the racist Left is concerned, there is no Constitution, no federal or state law, no precedent, and no decency. There are only friends and enemies, and who?/whom? In other words, we are in the midst of Civil War II.

This is one of those historical developments that has a thousand birth dates. There’s the birth of so-called legal realism, 100 years ago, which decreed that activists could make up the law, including Constitutional interpretation, as they went. There’s the 1948 Supreme Court case, Shelley v. Kraemer, striking down racially restrictive covenants, in favor of forced racial integration, precedent and the Constitution be damned. There’s the 9-0 Brown v. (Topeka) Board of Education ruling, in 1954, the “sociological” decision, which was predetermined, based on fraudulent social science, perjured expert testimony (both by Kenneth Clark), and unlawful ex parte communications. There is the series of Brown-related decisions in the 1960s and 1970s, where the “liberal” justices couldn’t keep their lies straight, and blatantly contradicted their own Brown decision, in order to wage war on working and lower-middle-class whites and their children.

There are all the millions of violent, racially-motivated crimes committed by blacks against whites, and later committed by Hispanic “immigrants” against all Americans.

It's just as well, because the Ninth Circus panel's misconduct has not even the patina of lawfulness.

The Countenance Blogmeister made a wordless judgment on the present debacle:


The above image is what I recall seeing a day or two ago. However, the Blogmeister seems to have since changed the image, though not the title:

“Why Am I Thinking About Andrew Jackson Right Now?”

Here’s the current image:


I agree that President Trump should pull an Andrew Jackson. Note, however, that Trump’s action, in overriding the Supreme Court, would be perfectly constitutional and legal. It is the federal courts that are presently acting in an illegal and unconstitutional manner.

Anyone who tells you that the Constitution is whatever the U.S. Supreme Court says it is, is a liar. Nobody believes that.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Tony Brown in the aftermath of the 2000 elections said that if you find a clever enough lawyer, a sympathetic judge and jury, you can argue anything.