The words of the wise are as goads, and as nails fastened by the masters of assemblies, which are given from one shepherd. And further, by these, my son, be admonished: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh. ~ Ecclesiastes 12: 11-12
D J Trump, aka Donald Trump, is living proof that people don’t achieve great success in life without having decency and kindness as core values. And so much better than yours truly. My first reaction to the news of Justice Ginsburg’s passing was not half as fitting nor gracious as our warrior-president. Being informed as he was wearily walking his way from his just-ended campaign rally to Air Force One, the president showed nothing but class, concern, and tribute to the life of Justice Ginsburg.
A brief beautiful and sincere moment in a sea of insanity. Made my hair stand up on end. A powerful window into his soul the moment he put up his hands in that clip, as if to say, hey, you know what? In spite of it all, there must be decency at this moment in time. Class.
A master stroke in raising his hands and closing his eyes before speaking (a quick, silent prayer, perhaps?) – having just finished an hour and a half speech at the end of a long day – the rally still echoing in him, trying to block it all out and find a place, inside, from which to speak, for the whole nation and not just himself. Class.
As Monica Showalter expressed it in American Thinker: “The news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing has driven much of the left bonkers. They know that President Trump may nominate a constitutionalist replacement and rather than a robust opposition, are vowing death and destruction in response. Here’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and note the innuendo in her tone:
— Eliza Orlins (@elizaorlins) September 19, 2020
“Doesn’t sound like a democratic response she has in mind. No smiles, no sexy red lipstick, no pricey designer clothes, she’s got a dirty t-shirt with something written on it, a blazer thrown over it, and her hair in a rarin’ for revolution mess. Among socialists, this is what is meant by meaning business.”
It’s strange stuff, given that they no longer believe in debate, persuasion, or even congressional maneuvers – they just want to menace, burn, and kill, which is the sort of thing totalitarian mobs in nasty third world hellholes do, if not National Socialists in action.
And they speak of it as if they haven’t already been to that well once, burning and looting to demonstrate their supposed calls for what they claim to be racial justice, frequently targeting small black-owned businesses in inner cities to make their mendacious claims. [end]
In reality RBG was a leftist political hack pretending to be a judge brought forth in her day by – guess who – Joe Biden. She made absolutely NO contributions to the legal profession. All of the hagiographies about her legal ‘brilliance’ are laughable. All of her decisions were predictable and political. Not the least bit of legal reasoning or any kind of enlightened thinking or persuasive writing. She was a pro-abortion, pro-socialist, anti-American know-nothing who did her level best to bring down the Republic.
RBG was a woman whose rulings aided and abetted the infanticide deaths of millions of unborn children. Like millions of others, I cannot mourn her passing, or call her life amazing. She was anointed with incredible power, and chose to use it to the detriment of her fellow human beings for 27 long years. 60,000,000 (yes folks, 60 million+ and still counting) was her lasting legacy. One has to wonder just when it will all stop.
God will not stay silent for ever.
A country with 330M citizens is NOT a piece of meat for 535 politicians in two political parties to fight over, and have the gall to think they get to determine the destiny for all of us. Follow the Constitution, do the nomination and let the chips fall where they may.
If ever this vast country is brought under a single government, it will be one of the most extensive, corruption indifferent, and incapable of a wholesome care over so wide a spread of surface. This will not be borne, and you will have to choose between reform and revolution. If I know the spirit of this country, the one or the other is inevitable. ~ Thomas Jefferson to William Taylor Barry, July 2, 1822
D J Trump is a class act; lands on his feet, all humanistic, and not a trace of politicking. The best part being that it’s not an act.
Bigger picture, folks. Don’t forget we could potentially have John Durham Indictments dropping, while Congress mulls the RGB replacement. Along with riots, police being hunted, looting, lawfare, ballot harvesting, attacking Trumpers etc., etc.
The way it’s panning out in the long view, we’d only need the locusts (might take some a while to figure that one out); hint – Revelation 9.
Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man. For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil. ~ Ecclesiastes 12: 13-14
- Sundance, Conservative Treehouse: President Trump First Reaction to Justice Ginsburg Passing
- Monica Showalter, American Thinker: The Left Threatens Death, Destruction and Fire if Trump Dares
- Andrea Widburg, American Thinker: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, The Political Ramifications of a Political Jurist
Soli Deo Gloria!