World News – AU – Senate confirms Judge Barrett: victory over liberal « institutionalism »

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WASHINGTON Just as the left found a new friend within U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts – the key vote that gave dictatorial Obamacare power over a free people – President Trump throws wrench in Roberts’ left drift with Amy Coney Barrett’s appointment to Supreme Court

Today, the United States Senate voted to confirm that Judge Barrett is the 127th judge to sit on the High Court, expanding the majority of conservative courts started by President Ronald Reagan forty years ago A stark reminder of the difference between the two presidential candidates as election day approaches

Judge Clarence Thomas will swear in the new judge this evening around 9:00 p.m. Court observers say Thomas will be seated in the center and he will be the opinion leader of the Conservative judges

John Roberts, you may remember, was nominated by Lollypop curator George W Bush President whose Justice Department fallout worked side-by-side with the remnants of President Obama’s Justice Department in the attempted Russian collusive coup against President Trump

Like Roberts, FBI Director James Comey, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Special Advocate Robert Mueller – key players in the plot to overthrow the 2016 presidential election – were appointed by Bush at the start of their career in Washington

But in the case of Judge John Roberts, he is the most powerful Republican Trump of all of them ever

Senator Chuck Grassley swears in Chief Justice John Roberts Photo: US Senate

It was Roberts who ruled with his fellow Liberals against President Trump’s travel ban preventing middle-aged men from the Middle East from entering the country He also joined Democratic members appointed by court to block Trump’s repeal of President Obama’s executive order known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Saying that the overturning of Obama’s arbitrary and capricious immigration decree was – expect it – « arbitrary and capricious »

And more famously, Roberts joined forces with high court liberals to overturn Louisiana law adding reasonable restrictions on abortion

The never-Trump understanding of institutionalism is this: Republicans should never overthrow or disrupt institutions established by left-liberal Democrats This threatens to destroy the gentleman’s agreement and the bipartisan sympathy between the establishment, squishy , RINO, Vichy Collaborationist, Ever-Trump Republicans (call them whatever you want) and their Democratic friends »

Such GOP impertinence usually rates a paragraph of praise from the New York Times editorial board

Trump is, refreshingly, no friend of liberal-leftist institutions Just because he’s a Republican, obviously, It’s not because he’s a lollipop conservative, either. Obviously That’s because he puts the Constitution and the American people first

And like Trump, Judge Barrett rejects institutionalism in the form of stare decisis (reference to legal precedent) in favor of textualism (interpretation of the law based on a clear and strict reading of its words)

The confirmation by the US Senate of Amy Coney Barrett is yet another victory for Trump against institutionalism It represents, in the clearly written words of the preamble to the US Constitution, a path to « a more perfect Union »

A native of Los Angeles, Stephen Z Nemo has been in the news business for over thirty years He has made his way across the country: Arizona, the Bay Area and now resides in South Florida

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News from the world – UA – Senate confirms Judge Barrett: victory against liberal « institutionalism »


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