Category Archives: Supreme Court

Demons scream when President Trump paid respect to corpse of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The Supreme Court is supposed to be objective and nonpartisan.

But the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was anything but.

In July 2016, during the presidential campaign, Ginsburg was vocal in her hostility and horror at the thought of Trump being elected President. Saying she would move to New Zealand if Trump were elected, Ginsburg said, “I can’t imagine what this place would be — I can’t imagine what the country would be — with Donald Trump as our president…For the country, it could be four years. For the court, it could be — I don’t even want to contemplate that.”

When called on her critical remarks, Ginsburg doubled down and called Trump “a faker”.

Despite all that, President Trump was gracious and respectful when Ginsburg died last Friday, Sept. 18, 2020, from pancreatic cancer.

Trump issued a statement, saying he was “saddened” by the news, and hailed Ginsburg for her decisions on the legal equality of women and on the disabled. He called her a “brilliant mind” and a “titan of the law” who “demonstrated that one can disagree without being disagreeable toward one’s colleagues or different points of view,”

On September 24, 2020, the President and First Lady Melania paid their respects to Ginsburg’s corpse lying in repose in the Supreme Court.

News accounts said the First Couple were “booed” by an unfriendly crowd.

As usual, news accounts didn’t accurately report on what happened.

Instead of “boos,” Trump and Melania were greeted by inhuman screams, screeches and yowls — the sound of Hell.

Turn up the volume on the video below, and tell me if the sounds you hear from the “unfriendly crowd” are human.

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~Eowyn

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Grab popcorn: President Trump to announce SCOTUS nominee on Saturday

President Trump said yesterday on Twitter that he will announce his SCOTUS nominee on Saturday.

Actor James Woods posted a great video of how the left will predictably react:

Popcorn time!

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CNN Battle: Dumb (Cuomo) and Dumber (Lemon)

When Chris Cuomo has to school you on US Civics, you’re done. Unless you work for CNN.

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Every passenger on Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs will be named

The rich and famous pals of suicided sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein are in a panic because every passenger on his flight logs will be named.

Christopher Bucktin reports for the UK Mirror, Sept. 20, 2020, that Denise George, the attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands where Jeffrey Epstein’s pedo island is located, has subpoenaed the logs for every flight made by  Epstein’s aircrafts (4 helicopters and 3 planes, including the infamous “Lolita Express”) over the course of 21 years, from 1998 to his supposed suicide last year.

Jeffrey Epstein (l); Gurney Man (r)

AG George has filed a lawsuit against Epstein’s estate for 22 counts, including aggravated rape, child abuse and neglect, human trafficking, forced labor and prostitution.

In addition to the passenger lists, the subpoena also demands any personal notes the pilots made, the names and contact details of anyone who had worked for the pilots or who “interacted with or observed” Epstein or any passengers associated with him, as well as any “complaints or reports of potentially suspicious conduct”.

David Rodgers, one of Epstein’s pilots, provided logs in 2009 showing Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, homosexual pedophile actor Kevin Spacey, “supermodel” Naomi Campbell, Epstein’s recruiter Ghislaine Maxwell (who is now in custody), and attorney Alan Dershowitz were among those who flew on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” jet. (Distractify)

According to the Washington Examiner, the flight logs also show that Donald Trump had flown once in a plane owned by Epstein. On January 5, 1997, Trump joined Epstein, Epstein’s brother Mark, Ghislaine Maxwell, and others on a flight from Palm Beach International Airport to Newark Liberty International Airport.

Trump and Epstein were neighbors and friends in Palm Beach in the 1990s, though they eventually had a falling out. In July 2019, Bradley Edwards, a lawyer who represented Epstein’s victims, stated in court documents that Trump had barred Epstein from his Mar-A-Lago estate “because Epstein sexually assaulted an underage girl at the club.” (New York Post)

In July 2019, Bill Clinton released a press statement that he had taken a total of four trips on Epstein’s airplane in 2002 and 2003. But a Washington Examiner review of the flight manifest records shows that Clinton actually went on at least 27 flights on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” during at least six trips, not four.

Lawyers for Epstein’s victims say the Epstein flight logs that are revealed did not include flights made by chief pilot Larry Visoski, who flew for Epstein for more than 25 years.

According to the Mirror, a “legal source” said that the flight records that Attorney General George has subpoenaed “will make the ones [pilot David] Rodgers provided look like a Post-It note. There is panic among many of the rich and famous.”

Was Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts one of Epstein’s passengers?

Alan Duke of Lead Stories calls it “fake news,” but doesn’t address the above image of a flight log with John Roberts’ name.

If Roberts indeed was a passenger on Epstein’s plane(s), that could explain “Will Chief Justice John Roberts be blackmailed (again) to rule in favor of same-sex marriage?“. If Roberts is outed, he would have to resign, which means President Trump will get to nominate another to SCOTUS, and Demonrats’ heads will really explode!

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~Eowyn

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Football player has brilliant idea to better their community: Criminalize hate speech

Not a US Civics expert: Myles Garrett

Meet Myles Garrett, a NFL football player for the Cleveland Browns. He attended Texas A&M where he was a two-time All American. I don’t know what he majored in at college as his Wikipedia page only speaks to his football stats and not his college education or degrees he received. I can guarantee you he didn’t major in US Civics.

The Browns recently had a meeting “to discuss ways they can better their community.”

Garretts’ brilliant idea? From Fox News:

“I’ve brought forth the idea of a petition for criminalizing hate speech,” Garrett said during a Zoom meeting. “I don’t believe it should be said, in forms … whether it’s on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, or openly in the streets and marched and paraded. It shouldn’t be like that.”

Garrett was asked why he believes it will affect long-term change, and his response was that “It’s different this time. … It can’t be ignored.”

Read the whole Fox News story here.

I suggest Garrett use the power to access information at his fingertips and perhaps Google “US Constitution and hate speech,” “Bill of Rights and hate speech,” or the easiest, “First Amendment.”

He just might learn a thing or two.

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61.6 million unborn U.S. babies killed in abortions in 44 years

Amos 3:2,8; 4:11-12

Therefore I will punish you
for all your iniquities….
The Lord GOD speaks….

I brought upon you such upheaval
as when God overthrew Sodom and Gomorrah:
you were like a brand plucked from the fire;
Yet you returned not to me,
says the LORD.

So now I will deal with you in my own way, O Israel!
and since I will deal thus with you,
prepare to meet your God, O Israel.

World Magazine reports, June 27, 2020, that according to a calculation by National Right to Life using data from the Guttmacher Institute, the total number of reported abortions in the United States between 1973 (when the U.S. Supreme Court forced states to legalize abortion) and 2017 is 61,628,584. 

Of the more than 61.6 million reported abortions:

  • 744,610 abortions in 1973 when the Supreme Court legalized abortion.
  • 1,608,600 abortions in 1990, the highest annual number of abortions since the 1973 Roe v. Wade SCOTUS decision
  • 1,312,990 abortions in 2000.
  • 1,102,670 abortions in 2010.
  • 899,500 abortions in 2015.
  • 862,320 abortions in 2017, a decline of almost 50% since 1990.

While the number of abortions had gone down since 1990, the total number of 61,628,584 reported abortions in the 44 years since 1973 is more than twice the population of Australia, near six times the population of Greece, and more than seven times the population of Switzerland.

Below are the countries whose total population is less than the 61.6 million U.S. abortions since 1973 (source: Wikipedia):

  1. South Africa (pop. 58,775,022)
  2. Tanzania (57,637,628)
  3. Myanmar (54,817,919)
  4. South Korea (51,780,579)
  5. Columbia (50,372,424)
  6. Kenya (47,564,296)
  7. Spain (47,329,981)
  8. Argentina (45,376,763)
  9. Algeria (43,000,000)
  10. Sudan (42,627,655)
  11. Ukraine (41,806,221)
  12. Uganda (41,590,300)
  13. Iraq (40,150,200)
  14. Poland (38,379,000)
  15. Canada (38,083,197)
  16. Morocco (35,942,525)
  17. Uzbekistan (34,269,199)
  18. Saudi Arabia (34,218,169)
  19. Peru (32,824,358)
  20. Malaysia (32,826,760)
  21. Afghanistan (32,225,560)
  22. Venezuela (32,219,521)
  23. Angola (31,127,674)
  24. Ghana (30,280,811)
  25. Mozambique (30,066,648)
  26. Nepal (29,996,478)
  27. Yemen (29,825,968)
  28. Cameroon (26,545,864)
  29. Madagascar (26,251,309)
  30. Ivory Coast (25,823,071)
  31. Australia (25,756,880)
  32. North Korea (25,450,000)
  33. Taiwan (23,596,493)
  34. Niger (22,314,743)
  35. Sri Lanka (21,803,000)
  36. Burkina Faso (21,510,181)
  37. Mali (20,250,833)
  38. Chile (19,458,310)
  39. Romania (19,405,156)
  40. Malawi (19,129,952)
  41. Kazakhstan (18,729,296)
  42. Zambia (17,885,422)
  43. Ecuador (17,516,888)
  44. Syria (17,500,657)
  45. Netherlands (17,482,181)
  46. Senegal (16,705,608)
  47. Guatemala (16,604,026)
  48. Chad (16,244,513)
  49. Somalia (15,893,219)
  50. Cambodia (15,288,489)
  51. Zimbabwe (15,159,624)
  52. South Sudan (12,778,250)
  53. Rwanda (12,374,397)
  54. Guinea (12,218,357)
  55. Benin (11,733,059)
  56. Tunisia (11,722,038)
  57. Haiti (11,577,779)
  58. Belgium (11,528,375)
  59. Bolivia (11,469,896)
  60. Cuba (11,193,470)
  61. Burundi (10,953,317)
  62. Greece (10,724,599)
  63. Jordan (10,713,832)
  64. Czech Republic (10,693,939)
  65. Dominican Republica (10,448,499)
  66. Sweden (10,345,449)
  67. Portugal (10,295,909)
  68. Azerbaijan (10,067,108)
  69. United Arab Emirates (9,890,400)
  70. Hungary (9,769,000)
  71. Belarus (9,397,800)
  72. Honduras (9,304,380)
  73. Israel (9,216,070)
  74. Tajikistan (9,127,000)
  75. Papua New Guinea (8,935,000)
  76. Austria (8,902,600)
  77. Switzerland (8,619,259)
  78. Sierra Leone (7,901,454)
  79. Togo (7,538,000)
  80. Paraguay (7,252,672)
  81. Laos (7,123,205)
  82. Serbia (6,963,764)
  83. Bulgaria (6,951,482)
  84. Libya (6,871,287)
  85. Lebanon (6,825,442)
  86. Kyrgyzstan (6,533,500)
  87. El Salvador (6,486,201)
  88. Nicaragua (6,460,411)
  89. Turkmenistan (6,031,187)
  90. Denmark (5,824,857)
  91. Singapore (5,703,600)
  92. Congo (5,518,092)
  93. Finland (5,498,027)
  94. Central African Repubic (5,496,011)
  95. Slovakia (5,457,873)
  96. Norway (5,372,355)
  97. Costa Rica ()
  98. New Zealand (5,008,365)
  99. Palestine (4,976,684)
  100. Ireland (4,921,500)
  101. Oman (4,645,249)
  102. Liberia (4,475,353)
  103. Kuwait (4,420,110)
  104. Panama (4,218,808)
  105. Mauritania (4,077,347)
  106. Croatia (4,076,246)
  107. Georgia (3,716,858)
  108. Uruguay (3,530,912)
  109. Eritrea (3,497,117)
  110. Mongolia (3,325,178)
  111. Bosnia and Herzegovina (3,301,000)
  112. Armenia (2,956,900)
  113. Albania (2,845,955)
  114. Qatar (2,795,484)
  115. Lithuania (2,793,353)
  116. Jamaica (2,726,667)
  117. Moldova (2,640,400)
  118. Namibia (2,458,936)
  119. Gambia (2,347,706)
  120. Botswana (2,338,851)
  121. Gabon (2,172,579)
  122. Slovenia (2,095,861)
  123. North Macedonia (2,077,132)
  124. Lesotho (2,007,201)
  125. Latvia (1,904,600)
  126. Kosovo (1,795,666)
  127. Guinea-Bissau (1,604,528)
  128. Bahrain (1,543,300)
  129. Equatorial Guinea (1,454,789)
  130. East Timor (1,387,149)
  131. and 51 more countries with population fewer than East Timor’s

You demon-possessed advocates of abortion must be so proud.

The smiling faces of evil

~Eowyn

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U.S, Supreme Court Rules Against LGBTQ Discrimination in the Workplace

The U.S. Supreme Court today (June 15) ruled that employers may not discriminate against LGBTQ employees on account of their unconventional lifestyles. The 6-3 ruling appears to extend worker protections to a category that was specifically omitted in the landmark 1964 Civil Rights Act. The majority decision was written by Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s first nominee to the court. He was joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and the court’s four liberal justices. Associate Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh dissented.

Gorsuch wrote, “An employer who fires an individual for being homosexual or transgender fires that person for traits or actions it would not have questioned in members of a different sex. Congress adopted broad language making it illegal for an employer to rely on an employee’s sex when deciding to fire that employee. We do not hesitate to recognize today a necessary consequence of that legislative choice: An employer who fires an individual merely for being gay or transgender defies the law.”

Associate Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh vigorously dissented, saying the majority had not ruled on existing law, but actually had created new law by judicial fiat.

Alito, writing more than 100 pages in dissent for himself and Thomas, accused the court’s majority of writing legislation, not law.

“The question in these cases is not whether discrimination because of sexual orientation or gender identity should be outlawed,” Alito said. “The question is whether Congress did that in 1964. It indisputably did not.”

Writing separately, Kavanaugh said simply: “We are judges, not members of Congress. Instead of a hard-earned victory won through the democratic process, today’s victory is brought about by judicial dictate – judges latching on to a novel form of living literalism to rewrite ordinary meaning and remake American law,” he wrote. “Under the Constitution and laws of the United States, this court is the wrong body to change American law in that way.”

Federal appeals courts have been split on the question since 2017, when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit became the first to rule that gay men and lesbians should be covered by the decades-old federal civil rights law.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled for Zarda in 2018, but the 11th Circuit, based in Atlanta, ruled against Bostock. The 6th Circuit, based in Cincinnati, ruled for Stephens.

Congress has debated the issue for decades but “repeatedly declined to pass bills adding sexual orientation to the list of protected traits” under the law, the Justice Department told the justices. The Democratic-controlled House passed the Equality Act last year, but the Republican-controlled Senate has not considered it.

Thank you, SCOTUS!

~ Grif

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Joe Biden says he’ll nominate a woman as VP and a black woman for SCOTUS

From TMZ: Joe Biden picked what will probably be his last debate with Bernie Sanders to make a big announcement … if he gets the nomination, he’s picking a woman to run with him.

Biden left no wiggle room. He said there are women in this country who, right now, are capable of being President of the United States, and he intends to pick one of them.

So, the obvious candidates … Senators Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and Kamala Harris. But hey, what about Hillary? Remember, she said “I never say never.” And her new Hulu doc is pretty great.

Not to be outdone … Bernie also said he would almost certainly pick a woman, but it doesn’t look like he’ll have that opportunity.

Biden also said the first chance he gets to nominate a U.S. Supreme Court Justice … he’ll pick a black woman, saying it’s about time.

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