The Supreme Court’s Juduciary Board has ruled unanimously to allow President Trump’s case to be heard before the highest court in the land. The landmark vote comes from a committee that has only ever voted four times 260 years.
According to Judiciary spokesman, Art Tubolls, the decision was easy:
“The three times we were called before were during trying times when the country was divided. Right now we have the strongest nation we’ve ever had, with nearly 70 percent of Trump supporters still willing to die for their country and their leader.
Therefore, we see no choice but to allow the case to move before the full court.”
The Board met once in 1793 to vote on the Militia Act, again in 1865 to determine if slavery would be kept legal like the Democrats wanted and just before the Clinton impeachment, when his case was denied.
Opening the doors of SCOTUS to this argument will change history and virtually guarantees that Trump will be re-elected. When he is, with the SCOTUS on his side, America will be a very different place. We’ll go back to the glory days after World War II and have the perfect patriotism we experienced after Kennedy was shot.
Sorry, libtards, but Democracy is fading back to the Constitutional Republic it was intended to be, with the true leader at the helm.