Turning the Court on its Head

Supreme Scum

Antonon Scalia would spit on John Roberts’ grave if their places were reversed, but then, so John Roberts has done, many times.  Chief Justice John Roberts has taken part in the defiling of the United States Constitution. I consider his acts as the Chief Justice to be those of a usurper. I consider his acts to be treasonous. John Roberts has defecated on the Constitution. You might ask how, but by now, the method should be obvious: Pretending that an authority he does not deny the executive possesses is open to his judgments about the motives for the exercise of that authority is a legal abomination.  John Roberts isn’t a justice. He doesn’t know the meaning of the word.  John Roberts is a dictator in a black robe, a member of a theocracy the power of which is a judicial oligarchy best described by Mark Levin in his book Men in Black. Worse, the things Roberts has now countenanced under the alleged purview of “justice” have essentially wrecked the moral authority of the very institution he’d been empowered to administer.  He’s despicable.  There is no way for him to redeem his performance.  There is no way for him to undo the damage he has done but to immediately resign his seat on the bench.  John Roberts’ actions in this and other cases have destroyed the court’s last claim to legitimacy. Marbury v. Madison was bad precedent, and this is its ultimate debacle.

More, this judicial dirt-bag may have taken part in a plot to unseat or prevent the seating of the current president of the United States.  He appoints the members of the FISC(Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court) who oversee and ultimately issue FISA warrants.  It now seems clear that there may have been misconduct by members of the FISC in issuing some of the warrants, but more importantly, all of the FISC judges involved in the potential malfeasance were appointed to those positions by Chief Justice Roberts.

The central matter causing the President to seek a work-around for the Census question on citizenship is a perverse ruling in which Roberts indicated that the Commerce Department might well have the authority to put this question [back] onto the Census, but that they hadn’t explained their reasoning for so doing.  This is akin to demanding that it be explained why you spend your money on things for which you clearly have every legal authority to expend it.  It’s a legal apostasy.

It has been rumored that he is compromised. Whether this is the case, or he is independently malevolent, it is obvious that Chief Justice Roberts must be removed from the high court.  Since we have an entirely partisan House of Representatives, it would be they who would need to impeach him, and they’re not inclined to act in any way that might even tangentially permit Trump to appoint another Supreme Court Justice.  More than this, however, it seems quite plain that Roberts has been doing the bidding of Obama, Pelosi, and Schumer all along, anyway, so there’s no way Pelosi is going to move to impeach him.  No, we will have to elect a new Congress, and we will need to insist that he be impeached.

John Roberts is a counter-revolutionary scum, seeking to subvert our constitution. There is no point for people to talk about the legitimacy of this court. So long as the likes of John Roberts is among its members, its legitimacy is moribund, if not dead.  People may follow the law as a matter of duty a little longer, but Roberts is piling the kindling that could ignite with but the most insignificant spark.  Mark Levin is this very moment commenting upon the fact that people are now incensed about the direction of the nation and the dire circumstance in which we now find ourselves. He’s right: We cannot pretend we hadn’t been warned. This is now a real crisis, and those of us who have seen it coming have been ignored until it may now be too late to undo it.

I think Trump should ignore the court and do it anyway. We need to give him the House back.

 

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