Supreme Court Pick Brett Kavanaugh


#42

I think the comment that drew my response was related to the safety of Kavanaugh and his family.


#43

Yes of course, instrumental in securing the presidency in Bush v Gore and in keeping his ass out of the grease during his presidency. No wonder Kavanaugh believes presidents are above the law and not subject to investigation, law suit and indictment…:roll_eyes: Maybe there will be a few level headed defectors in the Republican senate.


#44

How many times has Barron been threatened… the climate is not good for people who do not agree with the left…


#45

On Twitter, lmao. In that case, how many times have Americans that disapprove of Trump, a majority, been threatened by him. The king cyber bully…:roll_eyes:


#46

Didn’t he come to that conclusion after the Clinton investigation?


#47

Apparently so, when there was so much call for investigations of his boss.


#48


#49

Die beast die , 85 years is way too long !!! Our president needs a third SCOTUS pick before the mid-terms !!! :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:

U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning guessed that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would likely be dead from pancreatic cancer within nine months.:laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:


#50

The Women’s March opposes XX.

A pre-written — and poorly edited — statement from the Women’s March on President Trump’s Supreme Court nomination became the subject of mockery on Twitter on Monday night, including from Mr. Trump’s former press secretary.

The feminist group blasted out a statement shortly after Mr. Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh, saying him confimation would “further erode protections for almost every marginalized group in America.”

The introduction to the statement read “In response to Donald Trump’s nomination of XX to the Supreme Court of the United States.”

While the statement also spelled the judge’s name as “Cavenaugh,” the obviously pre-written placeholder characters “XX” caused much mirth on social media.

Journalist Salena Zito of the Washington Examiner “agreed” that “XX is the worst,” prompting an “explanation” from Twitter user “GallSueJoe” that “maybe they thought it was gonna be the woman, Amy Barrett.”


#51

President Trump picked an OUTSTANDING judge to sit on the SCOTUS. The laws need to pass Constitutional muster. We don’t need judges to make the Constitution fit the law.
It didn’t matter who was picked, the Liberals would be opposed because President Trump selected them. I bet that Judge Kavanaugh didn’t finish his acceptance speech before people were demonstrating against him.
The Liberals were thought Gorsuch would be a rubber stamp, and were proved wrong. Maybe Crazy Chuck Schumer should pick the person to sit on the SCOTUS. :bomb:


#52

How many times has Gorsuch voted against conservative judges in favor of the constitution…?


#53

How many times has Affirmative Action Sonia and Walking dead Ruth made law ??? :roll_eyes:


#54

forget “technically” it’s 'Literally"


#55

Conservative principles are built around the Constitution. Plus he has only been SCOTUS for 2 years


#56

Conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch on Tuesday sided with the Supreme Court’s liberal bloc and cast the deciding vote against the Trump administration in an immigration case.

The court in a 5-4 ruling said part of a federal law that makes it easier to deport immigrants convicted of crimes was too vague to be enforced.

It’s not who he votes with but the reason for the vote. In this case, the law was to vague.


#57

Politico, NBC, and Daily Kos all have reporting on how Kavanaugh was the choice all along after a private meeting with Trump where Kennedy proposed Kavanaugh, a former law clerk with him, as a replacement ‘if’ he retired. Trump, of course, stage managed it for maximum drama. Kavanaugh’s published views that suing and indicting sitting Presidents is a real plus for the Trumpsters. Incredibly disturbing is that two of Kennedy’s sons have connections to some of the shadier players in Trump world - Deutsche Bank and Peter Thiel. A para from the Politico piece is below:

Kennedy’s seat, meantime, seemed destined to go to Kavanaugh, thanks in part to the glowing review of Kennedy, whose son, Justin, knows Donald Trump Jr. through New York real estate circles, and whose other adult child has connections to Trump World via the president’s 2016 Silicon Valley adviser Peter Thiel, most recently when the Kennedy firm Disruptive Technology Advisers worked with Thiel’s Palantir Technologies. Both Kennedy sons have been guests at the White House, and Trump had nice things to say about Justin in comments to Kennedy caught on a hot mic last year.


#58

If and when this goes to confirmation hearings, a Dem senator MUST ask Kavanaugh if he had any discussions with Trump or any Trump surrogate about his views on the possible indictment of a sitting POTUS. He also must be asked about his previous writings regarding the executive

I fully expect him to lie, but he has to be gotten on the record on this, opening the possibility of a recusal request when and if the issue makes it to SCOTUS.


#59

That’s it girl you school him !!! :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:


#60

Well DUH !!! :roll_eyes::roll_eyes::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:


#61

Well sure. When he learned that Kavanaugh believes that a president is above the law, shouldn’t be investigated, charged or sued, it was a no brainer.