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RE: Nominating another SCOTUS   Futility Folder:Politics

Started Sep-21 by Burat (DocFreddie); 522 views.
Burat (DocFreddie)

From: Burat (DocFreddie)

Sep-21

This is why elections matter: if the Democrats were in control of the nominating process, does anyone think they would hold off on doing so?

NineMileSkid

From: NineMileSkid

Sep-21

It is not about principles for the Democrats. It is and always has been about power.

Hammer Dog (jaime59)
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Yep, going back to their founding. They should call rename themselves the Mobocrats, since they embrace mob rule (when they have the numbers).

Burat (DocFreddie)

From: Burat (DocFreddie)

Sep-21

Burn things down when they don't get their way (literally and figuratively); expand the SC; give DC statehood to expand their senatorial membership.

Engage in voter fraud thru mail-in ballots.

Assassinate people's character because they disagree with their politics.

This is not a case of realpolitik - this is racketeering.

They should be prosecuted under the RICO Act. Really.

 

Charlie6D

From: Charlie6D

Sep-21

Burat (DocFreddie) said...

 

Burn things down when they don't get their way (literally and figuratively); expand the SC; give DC statehood to expand their senatorial membership.

Engage in voter fraud thru mail-in ballots.

Assassinate people's character because they disagree with their politics.

This is not a case of realpolitik - this is racketeering.

They should be prosecuted under the RICO Act. Really.

 

 

^^^ Nailed it! ^^^^

 

Charlie-------------------------------------------------------------

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SwingBetter

From: SwingBetter

Sep-21

The Dems certainly would nominate a new SCOTUS, if they had the situation the GOP has.  They were going to do it when Obama was Pres, but got blocked by the GOP Senate.   
 
All Dem congress members stick with the party leaders, no matter what, but they are always a few GOP senators who act like they are a Dem.  I don't get that. 
 
I don't see why Trump supporters would change to Biden, if they nominate a new SCOTUS.  It could make Dems vote for Biden in more volume.     
 
If the election goes to the SC as it is with 8, the Dems have lost a vote, so the GOP has better odds than it was.   
 
The Dems have not earned any respect over the last 4 years of hoaxs, yet Biden asks Trump to do the right thing.         

HAX (CVeratanictu)

From: HAX (CVeratanictu)

Sep-21

The RIGHT thing is to crush their windpipe while you have them down and your boot on their neck.

FINISH THEM.

j (Dustdevil8)

From: j (Dustdevil8)

Sep-21

The Dems certainly would nominate a new SCOTUS, if they had the situation the GOP has.  They were going to do it when Obama was Pres, but got blocked by the GOP Senate.   
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This is true.

If the Dems are openly willing to discuss plans like court packing and dubious statehood before this to achieve their goals, why would one think they would stop at something that would be completely within their rights and above board?

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MikeJA

From: MikeJA

Sep-25

WASHINGTON, D.C.—In anticipation of Trump's upcoming announcement of who he will nominate to the Supreme Court, the Democrats have posted a nationwide job listing for believable accusers to tarnish the reputation of whoever Trump nominates. The best candidates from all applicants will be invited to a casting call in D.C. to show off their "believable accusation" ability.

"We know that whoever Trump nominates will be an evil, mean, bad person," said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. "That's just the kind of man Trump is. He hangs around evil, mean, bad people and he nominates them too. To prove this and save our democracy, we are hiring several believable witnesses to accuse Trump's nominee of whatever they probably did."

Listings have been purchased on ZipRecruiter, Monster, LinkedIn, and Craigslist.

Interested candidates will have just a few days to submit their applications before the Senate hearing. At the casting call, they will be judged on their ability to cry on command while telling a horrific story of abuse on camera.

"We need brave patriots to step up and save our country by destroying the life of this nominee," said Nancy Pelosi before pausing awkwardly. "um... Good morning! Sunday morning!"

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