Feb 14, 2019 10:16:23 PM – “Trying to use the 25th Amendment to try and circumvent the Election is a despicable act of unconstitutional power grabbing…which happens in third world countries. You have to obey the law. This is an attack on our system & Constitution.” Alan Dershowitz. @TuckerCarlson
….even Breitbart (which is just a form of controlled opposition) wants you to believe this nonsense. See Breitbart lies here.
Read this fake news article above carefully. It is all a bunch of b.s. They even reference the fake sighting of Ruth at her memorial service as an actual reference to truth. Just disgusting….the way these slime balls lie to the American people. Out right sedition. No sources. No pictures. No official statements by JOHN ROBERTS or another court official.
But it makes you wonder why on the day that Trump signed the national emergency for building the wall, the opposition felt the need to have another Sasquatch sighting. There were no pictures of Ruth. There were no official statement s made on the SCOTUS website. Just a bunch of lying reporters trying to prop up ‘Bernie on the Weekend’.
Continue to keep the pressure on the Supreme Court to give WE THE PEOPLE an answer on Ruth’s condition.
Also call Drama Queen and let him know that as the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee, he needs to report to us about her condition. Lindsey Graham can be reached at 202-224-5972 and email form here.
Patriots, we need to keep the pressure on the swamp to produce a functioning, living Supreme Court justice. We need to expose her death….or life, if there is one.
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AIM patriot David P. wrote us:
I have been amused at times and then amazed at the depth of ignorance shown by those attempting to demonstrate the unfairness and indeed bigotry and racism inherent in the idea of a border wall or physical barrier between The United States and Mexico.
First, the designation as “Trump’s Wall”. This ignores the fact that both Presidents Clinton and Bush supported the construction of just such a physical barrier.
Equating the Berlin Wall with a border barrier between the USA and Mexico is sort of disingenuous. The real reason was because the Communist regime discovered that large numbers of East Germans along with others, were defecting to the west. The ranks of well qualified professionals were being depleted. Therefore, the wall was built to keep people from leaving not entering.
A wall will send an, “inflammatory message” message to the world. I doubt that China, Russia, India, Thailand, Japan or Kazakhstan will ring their hands and deliver official protests over such a barrier. That it might inflame those insisting on right of entry and certain local politicians, is a given.
The appeal to the words inscribed on the base of the statue of Liberty, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore…” as an assurance of unconditional entry ignore the existence or a nearby facility called Ellis Island where over twenty million immigrants were quarantined upon arrival until cleared for entry into the United States.
It is suggested that a border barrier should be equated with some of he darkest moments of our history, ie. the internment or Japanese-American citizens and Alaska natives during WWII. Only those living at that time would understand the very serious situation facing the nation and the President. It was a drastic response to a national crisis the outcome of which was uncertain and would decide whether or not the United States would remain free country or be dominated by a cruel oppressive ideology.
That idea that walls or physical barriers are a sign of intolerance, bigotry and racism is it itself evidence of intolerance. For years I lived in a part of the world where walls surrounded not only private dwellings of the rich, middle class or poor, but the entire village or city. The message of the walls was not, “I’m better than you” or “I don’t like your ethnic background” or “I’m afraid of you”. It was simply, “Come in at the gate”.
Yes, the United States of America has its dark spots which will always be a reminder of its worst days. But lets remember that on at least two and maybe three occasions its existence was the deciding factor between whether the rest of the world world be free or enslaved. And that freedom was bought at a very high price. Let’s not throw away the USA.