The Constitutional Reasons to Oppose Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court

by Horatio Bunce

Are you falling for the Big Two’s latest ruse, the Blasey-Ford vs. Kavanaugh circus? Isn’t it obvious that the “I can’t remember” allegations are so flimsy they were designed to fail – kind of like the hidden smiley-face in Obama’s provided birth certificate? When the Big Two show becomes this obvious, you should recognize the DC Uniparty is once again conspiring against the American people and distracting you with a fake display of R vs. D “partisanship”. It has one main purpose: to distract you from the true nature of what they are complicit in foisting upon you.  In this case, it has reduced the discussion of Brett Kavanaugh’s merits as a judge to what he may or may not have done at an alleged 1980’s high school party that no one can remember taking place. Do  you know anything about his judicial record? Has the CFR-controlled, Smith-Mundt Modernization Act, fake news given you any information related to his judicial record, or has it all been the insipid Democrat claims and demands for FBI investigations into Blasey-Ford’s now very perjured accusations? Did it succeed in distracting you from Trump’s latest approval of yet another massive $852 Billion spending bill, you know, like the last $1.3 Trillion one in March that he said he would never approve of again? Can’t drain the swamp when you keep overflowing it with more taxpayer funds. Selecting George W. Bush “Patriot” Act era deep-state judges as supreme court nominees doesn’t help either.

Others have written about Kavanaugh’s poor record on Constitutional rights and I really can’t improve on the reasoning that is provided by Brittany Hunter of the Foundation for Economic Education in her article “The Constitutional Reasons to Oppose Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court“. These few observations are reason enough to reject Kavanaugh as a supreme court justice nominee for me. These are very basic, obvious failures to side with the people and our inalienable rights and instead embrace a federal overlord. A vote for Kavanaugh is a vote for more of the same unconstitutional tyranny.

But the bigger question should be: why aren’t the Democrats using any of this instead of their Blasey-Ford, destined-to-fail, 1980’s high school party accusations? Have you heard any Republicans running for office discuss Kavanaugh’s judicial record on these issues – or is it all R vs. D blather (business as usual)? Do you really believe they are all that stupid? Or just that they think you are that stupid and will fall for this ruse?

As commenter Kevin McElroy puts it (on the linked article):

“If you were cynical, you might draw the conclusion that this entire confirmation hearing’s focus on unprovable sexual assault from 35 years ago was a smokescreen to distract from Kavanaugh’s atrocious track record on civil liberties, the bill of rights and the intrusions of the state at home and abroad.

You might see it as a purposeful obfuscation to cast the public’s attention away from the indefensible effects of Bush/Obama/Trump doctrine and the kinds of cases this nominee may have to oversee. You might believe that any nominee will face a similar circus designed to get the public riled up about the wrong thing so that the confirmation process can go on without any real scrutiny.

You might believe that if Kavanaugh were to be grilled on his many problematic rulings on everything from secret spying to extraordinary rendition, it would also be seen as a repudiation of the last 3 presidents, Congress itself, the mainstream media and the existence of the state’s forever war.”

6 thoughts on “The Constitutional Reasons to Oppose Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court

  1. I want to see Brett Hussein Kavanaugh’s birth certificate. I don’t think he’s from around here!

    On a side note, after 15 Saudi Arabians attacked our country, (and just recently killed & dis-membered a Turkish-American citizen) why are we ready to go to war with Iran? Could it be that there’s a Trump Tower in Riyadh, & there ain’t one in Tehran? Could it be that Jared Kushner chooses who we (the US) accept as the good Muslim nations, as opposed to the bad Muslim nations?

    • Wouldn’t be surprised, since the GOP has been pushing natural-born Cubans and Canadians for presidential candidates lately. I don’t think protecting our “friends” in the house of Saud has anything particular to do with Trump though. Saudi Arabia does everything that the US has demonized other muslim nations for (to motivate Joe SixPack to give his blood and treasure) but instead of bombing them or creating and arming fake CIA terrorist boogiemen to invade them so we can “bring democracy” to them, our presidents go over and do sword dances with them.

  2. Joe Sixpack wants to dis-remember that Iran was our ally in the early months of the Afghanistan War. Only after Jared Kushnner’s Godfather, Bibi Netanyahu objected to our coordinating militaries with Iran, did we again, fall into the same anti-Persia paranoia we’ve suffered the past 40 years. As long as we’re raping our federal treasury & depleting our military for Bibi’s sake, then no one cares—it’s a religious duty, for some.

    • … early months of the Afghanistan War …

      [November 12, 2001]
      The 2001 uprising in Herat was a coordinated insurrection and uprising in the Afghan city of Herat as part of the United States war in Afghanistan. The city was captured on November 12 by Special Forces of the United States, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Afghani Northern Alliance forces, and the United Kingdom. – Wikipedia

      • An important, but rather inconvenient fact that we’re suppose to forget about. That religious duty might have something to do with the anti-Persian paranoia.

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