John Roberts and deep discourse….

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The Founders of this nation were different and included this in one of the founding documents, The Declaration of Independence. Hear these words in D. C.:

“Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” [end]

Listen well Biden, Harris, Schumer, Pelosi, McConnell, McCarthy, the “Squad”, Wray, Garland, FBI, DOJ, IRS, CDC, etc., etc., etc. Heed the Constitution, do your duty and preserve OUR rights and liberty. You exist for no other reason.

John Roberts and deep discourse. Neverending masking of humanity?

There are many more who believe the dictum that John Roberts is a compromised man than don’t. He demonstrates this time & time & time again with decisions that please the Establishment Globalist / NWO / Open Society / Leftist / WEF Davos crowd. It’s as plain as day and night. Sure he said the right things at his confirmation, but take a look at who appointed him. Bush Jr, son of the ex-intelligence chief and promoter of the New World Order, Bush Sr.

As a PS: Folks need to realize that it’s less about Rep vs Dem and more about NWO Globalist vs the Everyman. Like it or lump it, what you’re about to read is all on Roberts. He opened the door to politics when he rewrote Obocrazycare as OBO#44 publicly intimidated him and he acquiesced by showing the world he would be OBO#44’s hack.

The current pretend-president village idiot attends to the very same nonsense. For what reason we’ll likely never know, but Roberts opened the door by touting publicly to President Donald John Trump that there were no political judges. An incident in itself which appeared to be a bit of a power struggle for Roberts.

It takes a wise, wise man to be Chief Justice. One with vision, understanding, and knowledge but most of all wisdom. Roberts has been out of his league for far too many years to count and a disgrace unfortunately, to this country.

Daniel Oliver, American Greatness: ‘Did Chief Justice John Roberts Kill Cock Robin?’ …

Roberts made a Supreme Court that is political instead of judicial. That’s where the buck stops now.

Question: Who killed Cock Robin?

Answer: His killing is not relevant to who leaked the draft Supreme Court decision on the abortion case.

Ah, but it is! The answer to the above question is known in legal circles as a “nonresponsive answer.” It is relevant to at least part of the current discussion.

Senators Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) are claiming that when they interviewed Donald Trump’s nominees to the Supreme Court or followed what the nominees said at their confirmation hearings, the nominees gave assurances that they would not vote to overturn Roe v. Wade. Murkowski said: “I think you look to some of the statements that were made in the confirmation, specifically to Roe, about precedent, and there’s a reliance factor there.” Collins said: “[The decision] would be completely inconsistent with what Justice [Neil] Gorsuch and Justice [Brett] Kavanaugh said in their hearings and in our meetings in my office.”

That seems most unlikely. Dissembling is simply not what Supreme Court nominees do—if only because they tend to be skillful enough wordsmiths to mollify a hostile interrogator without dissembling. But, on the other hand, the claim of being double-crossed—or double spoken to—is precisely the kind of claim to which a senator facing a difficult reelection campaign (e.g., Collins) might have to resort. It seems more likely that a campaigning politician will . . . stretch the truth than a Supreme Court nominee would dissemble. [-]

[+] … You might not have been frightened at the time by Schumer’s remarks. But consider what happened afterward: a summer of rioting, burning, looting, and yes, killing, all winked at, and even justified, by many of the same people who militantly support abortion. Oh, yes, that’s not their only defining characteristic. But the complete disregard for the rule of law by those people—who are now the people running the country!—should frighten everyone, including Supreme Court justices.

John Roberts should make amends by not issuing the decisions until it’s too late for Democrats to campaign on the issue in the coming congressional elections.

How do civilizations collapse? Ernest Hemingway might have answered, “Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.” At what stage are we now?

Cock Robin is dead. We should take his death seriously. Because whoever killed Cock Robin is coming for us, too. [end]

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John Roberts and deep discourse. D J Trump – a man for all seasons. Supreme Court not so much

Going beyond his continuous smile, Roberts apparently isn’t a nice guy and arguably from people in the know, the most corrupt Chief Justice in the court’s history. Remember he’s the head of the FISA court, the court that approved the warrants to spy on President Donald John Trump and a host of others. His court participated and continues to participate in the harassment of Gen. Michael Flynn, for goodness’ sake. And it isn’t just yours truly espousing this – to a great degree there are many others of the same opinion. Chief Justice Roberts is a disgrace!

He usurped legislative and executive powers by creating the aforementioned Obocrazycare out of thin air, and on this account alone, the Court is FUBAR and thereby invites political protest. Pardon the descriptive, but for that alone, Chief Justice Roberts is minus attention to the US Constitution for which he has done absolutely NOTHING to fix.

One can only draw the conclusion that no action has been taken because this is what Roberts wanted and continues to want to happen, and all while acting as the embodiment of DC corruption. John Roberts and deep discourse.

And on that note, time for today’s MAGA Pill – still our President Donald John Trump doing his very best to uphold the Constitutional Republic of the United States and MAGA! KAG!


2 thoughts on “John Roberts and deep discourse….

  1. I am deeply disappointed in John Roberts. I am also disgusted and duped by this man who came across as the ” good guy ”. John Roberts does not deserve the title Chief Justice.
    I consider him a traitor. Yes, by keeping silent and not doing anything to keep our Constitution he is a disgrace.
    In my opinion he has sold his soul to the Devil.
    Thank you for revealing the facts.

    • Thanks Yoma, and I’ve got another one coming up for Monday with the likes of the specious McConnell, John Barrasso, Cornyn and Susan Collins … palpable traitors all !!! … sickening.

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