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Kavanaugh & Roberts Side With Liberal Justices, & Clarence Thomas Is Pissed Off

Set ’em straight, CT! This is how you call out your colleagues!

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Justice Brett Kavanaugh doesn’t want to make any waves.

On one hand it is understandable, on the other it’s kind of ridiculous.

No matter how much one tries to please the left it never works. Ever.

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Chief Justice John Roberts hasn’t been a solid conservative during his time on the high court, but Clarence Thomas has.

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Roberts and Kavanaugh sided with the four liberal justices over a Planned Parenthood case, while Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, and Samuel Alito dissented.

Thomas wasn’t happy, pointing out that his colleagues are fearful.

From Politico:

Chief Justice John Roberts and the newest justice, Brett Kavanaugh, joined the court’s four liberal jurists in turning away a pair of petitions from Kansas and Louisiana seeking the ban on abortion providers

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Thomas, suggesting most of his colleagues were fearful of taking up a challenge involving Planned Parenthood, asserted the cases weren’t about abortion rights but whether individuals have a right to challenge a state’s decision to cut a particular provider from its Medicaid program.

“Some tenuous connection to a politically fraught issue does not justify abdicating our judicial duty,” Thomas wrote. “If anything, neutrally applying the law is all the more important when political issues are in the background.”

Thomas wrote: “Because of this Court’s inaction, patients in different States — even patients with the same providers — have different rights to challenge their State’s provider decisions.

Students at a Georgia college want Justice Thomas’ name removed from a building.

But there’s a problem.

They have no flippin’ clue why!

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She deserves to be…loved. She deserved to be…wanted. She deserves to be…a choice.

That’s how Planned Parenthood describes a little girl in a new ad.

The implication, of course, is that the child is “better off dead.”

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Pretty sick.

What does this say about stage mothers – that someone would allow their child to be involved with this?

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From American Thinker:

What happens if the baby is not happy, not well-fed, and not white? What happens if the baby is not pretty? The white baby may deserve to be “loved” and “wanted,” as Planned Parenthood argues, probably trying to appeal to white suburban women, but what about the kid off camera, the black baby?

A judge recently blocked the federal government from releasing PP’s bid for funding.

A federal judge is restraining the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, for now, from publicly disclosing Planned Parenthood bidding information for Title X funding, which the non-profit said could gut its competitive edge if ever seeing the light of day.

The government prohibits Title X funding being used for abortions. The Title X funding at issue in the case relates to family planning services for things like contraception, infertility services, HIV testing and pregnancy testing.

Check out this video of a man who seems to convince a woman to change her mind about getting an abortion:

 

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Democrats Dumbfounded By Mueller Report, Vow to GET TRUMP!

The democrats, who were sore losers back in 2016, appear to have not lost their knack for poor sportsmanship just yet. 

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Robert Mueller

Friday was a day that will likely be remembered for some time to come. You see, it was on Friday that Robert Mueller finally delivered his final report on Russian “collusion” with the 2016 Trump campaign directly to the Department of Justice.  Now, the DOJ will begin the tedious work of poring over every minute detail, combing through Mueller’s wide-scoped findings, in order to begin formulating a reaction. As reported earlier in the week, the Mueller report came and went with no further indictments – something that many believe vindicates President Trump to some extent. Now that it’s official, however, a great many democrats are finding themselves nonplussed with the results of a report which they have not even read…all because Donald Trump is still the President. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff rejected reports that no more Mueller indictments are coming, and suggested he would call the special counsel before a House panel if necessary to learn what is in the report. “If necessary, we will call Bob Mueller or others before our committee, I would imagine the judiciary committee may call the attorney general if necessary,” the California Democrat said during an interview on CNN. “At the end of the day, the department is under a statutory obligation to provide our committee with any information regarding significant intelligence activities, including counterintelligence. And it’s hard to imagine anything more significant than what Bob Mueller has been investigating. Schiff and many of his fellow democrats were hoping for some remarkable ending to the already waning Mueller probe – and ending that would defy all logical procession. The democrats, who were sore losers back in 2016, appear to have not lost their knack for poor sportsmanship just yet.

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Congress Could Get Mueller Report Briefing Over The Weekend

With the American people clamoring for an answer in the case of purported “Russian collusion”, Bill Barr’s pace is of the utmost concern. 

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One can only imagine the bewilderment that has beset The Beltway this weekend. Robert Mueller, the democratic folk hero poised to oust a sitting President for alleged “collusion” with a foreign power, has finally bequeathed upon the world his “final report”. While this was originally billed as supposedly joyous occasion for the democrats, the simple fact that this final action by Mueller came without any further indictments within the Trump camp has a great many on the left side of the aisle despondent.  This was, after all, their supposed chance to somehow nullify the results of the 2016 election. Certainly, we mustn’t take Mueller’s lack of further indictments as much of an indication, however.   The next step in the process will be for the Department of Justice to painstakingly comb through the massive report.  Then, after digesting the material himself, Attorney General Bob Barr will begin the process of sharing this information. To Barr’s benefit, he has stated that he has an undying commitment to transparency in the matter, even going so far as to suggest that he may have material available for congress to review as early as this weekend. In a brief interview, Mr. Trump’s lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, was circumspect about what comes next. “We are confident the attorney general will make the right decision,” he said. “He has to consider the legal matters and rules. I’m confident he’ll make the right call. He’s a very good lawyer — a fine lawyer. We’re very comfortable with any decision.” Mr. Giuliani said that he planned to remain in Washington over the weekend, in part because Mr. Barr said he may update Congress on Mr. Mueller’s findings soon. With the American people clamoring for an answer in the case of purported “Russian collusion”, Bill Barr’s pace is of…

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