Democrats wage anti-Trump offensive for their own gain

Witch hunts end. The Washington mob aims to make sure the election never ends and that Trump can never govern.


4 responses to “Democrats wage anti-Trump offensive for their own gain

  1. How despicable. If they can’t put there preferred liberal in office to destroy the country, the left is determined to do it on their own. How robotic and deplorable they all are. They will end up shooting themselves in their collective foot, and the dem party will go down the political drain. Good riddance to these losers.

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  2. williamjamesward

    Yes the left is shooting themselves in the foot and as stupid as it is
    they are doing it with their collective feet in their mouth……….William

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  3. The DEMONrats are so keen on preventing POTUS Trump’s SCOTUS nominees from gaining 60 votes. No problem! All President Trump needs do is produce the conclusive evidence that Barry NEVER was president. That gets rid of Kagan, Sotomayor, and Ginsburg can’t last much longer. That leaves four conservatives to one liberal. “The argument that the Court needs nine justices finds no support anywhere that matters. The Constitution does not require it, congressional law does not specify it, nor even does history suggest that it is necessary.
    The bottom line is that there is nothing special about having nine justices, and it is quite simply misleading to argue that the Court cannot function any other way.” Reference: The Boston Globe, Richard Albert, February 22, 2016.


    • Freedom Rider

      Good link from the Globe Allen. I’m posting it for reference. A good deal of pertinent information in this piece if one reads it all. Thanks. I was unaware of this.:

      “The Constitution is not clear about everything but it leaves no doubt about this: There is no such thing as a rule of nine. The Constitution states only that there shall be “one supreme Court” and as few or as many “inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.” The upshot of this textual silence on the size of the Court is that it is up to Congress to decide.”.


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