The differences between left-wing Democrats and conservative Republicans are numerous and stark
At a recent rally President Trump spoke decisively, energizing his supporters, about what’s at stake regarding the latest Supreme Court vacancy:
“Article 2 of our Constitution says the president shall nominate justices of the Supreme Court,” he said. “I don’t think it can be any more clear.”
The crowd repeatedly cheered, “Fill that seat!”
“That’s what we’re going to do. We’re going to fill the seat,” he responded to applause and more cheers.
Since her death last week, Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s adoring minions have not only elevated the leftist jurist to sainthood, they have even accessed her dying words allegedly dictated to and transcribed by her lawyer granddaughter Clara Spera. Although Ginsburg had children, grandchildren and a great-grandchild, her final words were not expressing her love for them, but rather her hatred of President Donald Trump and her desire to constrain him.
“My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”
Really? That’s quite a political branch to climb out on with her final breaths, even more so in light of her 2016 comments to The New York Times regarding filling a Supreme Court vacancy, when Ginsburg said of presidents, “That’s their job. There’s nothing in the Constitution that says the president stops being the president in his last year.” She was, of course, referring to Barack Obama.
Enraged Dem mobs, hoping to constrain President Trump, are targeting the homes of GOP lawmakers and engaging in grand scale violence. Their congressional counterparts are threatening retaliatory actions, including expanding the court and packing it with Democrats.
Undeterred by their tantrums, President Trump met Monday with Amy Coney Barrett, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, who is said to be among the top of his Supreme Court shortlist. Barrett, 48, and the mother of 7, is profiled on the SCOTUS blog by Amy Howe.
Expect Trump to nominate a replacement for Ginsburg on Saturday, after memorial services are held.