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Democrats to Supreme court rule in our favor or else

Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by Constitutional Sheepdog, Aug 15, 2019.

  1. Constitutional Sheepdog

    Constitutional Sheepdog ][][][%er!!!!!!!

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    But Senator Graham has a stern warning against the dems
    Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., blasted his Democratic colleagues on Wednesday for sending a stern and unusual warning to the Supreme Court earlier this week in connection with a gun case.

    Judiciary Committee members Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, and Richard Durbin, D-Ill., along with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., wrote in a brief filed Monday that the "Supreme Court is not well.” They suggested the court “heal itself” or face public pressure to be “restructured.”
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/li...olleagues-for-brazen-warning-to-supreme-court
     
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  2. Dino

    Dino Operational Overwatch

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    It’s very funny if they think their threats carry any weight or can influence a decision. Between Obama’s blatant disrespect and now this gangsta crew, the Dems continue to show their disrespect to anyone with authority or to those they feel threaten their small degree of sway.
    I’m starting to look forward to 2020 and putting these fools out to pasture.
     
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  3. Constitutional Sheepdog

    Constitutional Sheepdog ][][][%er!!!!!!!

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    democrats have always been this way they piss their pants because they can't get their way when they are the minority but when they get control it's their way or nothing at all
     
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  4. saltydancin

    saltydancin Council Member

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    No different from republicans. The so called intellectual Federal Lynching KKK churchstate of hate cops super egos of SCOTUS Rehnquist's immaculate drug conception national religion Christiananality pedophilia mentality dictate it's not Arab "death to the infidels" threatening POTUS, but AL Qaeda "death to the infidels" threatening to nuke Temple Mount for 9/11; with some Mengele concentration camp baptize thine eyes by urinations defamations of one of Ike's WW II Pentagon staff sergeants prior to exterminations diatribe of theirs where Al + the Spanish que = duh to these suicidal klues klucks duh klans homicidal sociopsychopathilogical human farming techniques Al Qaeda health care patriot act as law of the land while those burning Bush's "man is God" crooks on Capital Hill just made jokes.
     
  5. Boca

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    By then some of 'em will be on road gangs just looking at the the pasture.
     
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  6. Constitutional Sheepdog

    Constitutional Sheepdog ][][][%er!!!!!!!

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    No Republicans have ever made such a threat to the supreme Court.
     
  7. worldlymrb

    worldlymrb America: Love it or Leave it!

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    It's a pre-emptive empty threat to intimidate Trump/Supremes from upholding the 'right of the people to bear arms' clause in the Bill of Rights.

    Dems know the GOP would just do-the-same in stacking the supremes when they win the presidency.

    THE REAL THREAT Dems will send to the supremes is doxing them and having ANTIFA brown black shirts show up at their house doorstep threatening to kill them and their children.
     
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  8. Constitutional Sheepdog

    Constitutional Sheepdog ][][][%er!!!!!!!

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    Maybe Republicans should be tit for tat and play the same game Democrats play
     
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    Emily NSDAP Kanzler

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    https://www.skillsyouneed.com/write/punctuation1.html
    https://www.thepunctuationguide.com/
    https://www.ef.com/wwen/english-resources/english-grammar/
     
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  10. Nostra

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    Just more Dimwinger totalitarianism.
     
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  11. saltydancin

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    More of that "serve the Pope or die" burning Bush's 9/11 Al Qaeda "death to the infidels" health care plan patriot act is about as ridiculous as the Fuhrer's Brainwashing Inquisition taking a photocopy of National Archives receipts with a chronological listing of items stolen & in all probability burned to burn for the Bicentennial while dictating "no one steals & burns US Constitutions in this country" with Rehnquist immaculate drug conception standing.
     
  12. Constitutional Sheepdog

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    Would you mind translating that? and make it relevant to the thread?
     
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  13. saltydancin

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    Since SCOTUS has a penchant for immaculate drug conception standing when it comes to crooks on Capital Hill evidence destruction in "self defense" seems rule in that Christian Nation diatribe favor over & over again doesn't take a thimble.
     
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    Andy, you're a dandy; you don't seem to make no sense. Never mind the furthermore, the plea is self defense. Always, sometimes, you know, thinks it's me but you know I know when it's a dream. That is, you can't, you know, tune in but it's all wrong. That is I think I disagree.
     
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  15. Constitutional Sheepdog

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    Maybe his English is a little bad maybe he can do it in Russian better.
     
  16. freyasman

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    https://legalinsurrection.com/2019/...ehouse-alleging-unauthorized-practice-of-law/
    From the link;
    "Judicial Watch Files Complaint Against RI Sen. Whitehouse Alleging Unauthorized Practice of Law
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    Posted by Kemberlee Kaye Monday, August 19, 2019 at 9:16pm
    “Senator Whitehouse is violating basic legal ethics in threatening the Supreme Court while engaging in the unauthorized practice of law,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “He should be held accountable for these abuses.”

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    Monday, Judicial Watch filed a complaint with the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee of Rhode Island’s Supreme Court against Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, alleging he engaged in the unauthorized practice of law.


    The complaint alleges “Whitehouse filed a brief with U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of four clients while maintaining inactive status and that the brief was nothing more than an attack on the federal judiciary and an open threat to the U.S. Supreme Court.“

    We previously wrote about that Whitehouse brief, Dem Senators to Supreme Court: Rule our way on 2nd Amendment case, or face possible restructuring.

    In a letter to the chairman of the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee, Judicial Watch wrote:

    Judicial Watch files this unauthorized practice of law complaint against Rhode Island bar member U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse for filing a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of four clients while maintaining inactive status. In addition, the brief Senator Whitehouse filed was unbecoming of the legal profession as it is nothing more than an attack on the federal judiciary and an open threat to the U.S. Supreme Court.

    According to the Rhode Island Judiciary website, Senator Whitehouse maintains inactive status. As an inactive member of the Rhode Island bar, Senator Whitehouse cannot practice law in Rhode Island. However, on August 12, 2019, Senator Whitehouse did just that. He filed an amicus curiae brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of Senators Mazie Hirono, Richard Blumenthal, Richard Durbin, and Kirsten Gillibrand. The filing of a brief – let alone all that is required to file a brief – on behalf of clients is indisputably the practice of law.

    To be clear, Senator Whitehouse may not have spoken to his clients, researched the law, or written the brief in Rhode Island. However, he provided a Providence, Rhode Island address to the Rhode Island Judiciary. In addition, there is no dispute that Senator Whitehouse is a Rhode Island resident and spends a substantial amount of his time in Rhode Island. If Senator Whitehouse is practicing law in another jurisdiction, it is merely incidental or temporary. Under the rules, Senator Whitehouse was practicing law in Rhode Island.

    In addition, to Judicial Watch’s knowledge, Senator Whitehouse is not authorized to practice law in another jurisdiction. Senator Whitehouse lists a Washington, D.C. address on the brief; yet, according to the District of Columbia Bar website, Senator Whitehouse is not a member of the DC Bar. Therefore, if Senator Whitehouse claims he was not practicing law in Rhode Island but in Washington, D.C., he violated the “Unauthorized Practice of Law” rule of D.C.

    Besides practicing law without the proper authorization, Senator Whitehouse also violated the Rhode Island Rules of Professional Conduct by attacking the federal judiciary and openly threatening the U.S. Supreme Court. The brief concludes:

    The Supreme Court is not well. And the people know it. Perhaps the Court can heal itself before the public demands it to be “restructured in order to reduce the influence of politics.” Particularly on the urgent issue of gun control, a nation desperately needs it to heal.

    In other words, if the U.S. Supreme Court does not rule the way Senator Whitehouse and his clients prefer, they will use their power as Senators to restructure the Court.

    Such a threat violates the spirit if not the letter of Rhode Island’s Rules of Professional Conduct. As the preamble explains:

    • “A lawyer should use the law’s procedures only for legitimate purposes and not to harass or intimidate others.”
    • “A lawyer should demonstrate respect for the legal system and for those who serve it, including judges.”
    • “A lawyer should further the public’s understanding of and confidence in the rule of law and the justice system.”
    • A lawyer should “maintain a professional, courteous and civil attitude toward all persons involved in the legal system.”
    Attacking the federal judiciary and openly threatening the U.S. Supreme Court is unbecoming for a member of the legal profession as well as a sitting U.S. Senator. Senator Whitehouse’s assertion, without basis, that the Court does not rule on the merits of cases but rather on partisan beliefs undermines confidence in the legal system. It is one thing for a politician to make such a claim on the campaign trail, it is another for a lawyer to make such a charge as part of a legal proceeding. In doing so, Senator Whitehouse has violated the rules of professional conduct.

    The misconduct of Senator Whitehouse noted above appears obvious on its face. Senator Whitehouse either violated Rhode Island’s or D.C.’s rules, or both. Senator Whitehouse’s filing of a brief on behalf of clients without an active law license anywhere in the country is inexcusable. Senator Whitehouse’s attack on the federal judiciary and open threat to the U.S. Supreme Court raises substantial questions about his character and fitness to practice law. His actions warrant a full investigation by the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee.

    Sen. Whitehouse gained national notoriety during the confirmation hearings for Justice Kavanaugh when he used his time to grill the judge over a fart joke in his high school year book."
     
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  17. Boca

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    I'm going to check and see if babbel.com offers a free 30 day trial.
     
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