Mueller’s Authority

Mueller's Authority - It stems from an illegitimate source and is, hence, illegitimate and to be refutedMueller’s Authority Is Illegitimate

What Authority Robert Mueller, the Democrats Witch-Hunter General, possesses to “investigate” President Trump’s administration, family, or campaign personnel is inherently illegitimate since it stems solely from an illegitimate source, the Democrat party. As such, American patriots need not – and need not to – accept anything that his attempted coup d’etat “uncovers,” not that there is anything to uncover.

Admittedly, that’s a harsh statement and a statement that will “offend” the Liberals and Progressives; they’ll cry fascism in all likelihood. I don’t care – beyond being happy with their outrage as it lets me know I’m in the right. The Dems are no longer a legitimate source of law or authority. Their primary agenda is the destruction of Trump Administration and the Trump family itself, and their secondary agenda is the destruction – by lethal force, if needed – of the GOP.

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The Law of Attraction (Lawyers in Love Book 1)
Offensive and Defensive Lawfare: Fighting Civilization Jihad in America's Courts (Civilization Jihad Reader Series) (Volume 7)
The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness
Insurrection: To Believe Is Human To Doubt, Divine
Time Magazine (July 3, 2017) The Lie Detector: Robert Mueller Cover

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No Recuse For Ginsburg

Ginsburg - Not a happy female at allWith the US Supreme Court both overturning most parts of the 9th Circuit Court’s injunction against President Trumps’ travel from six predominately Muslim countries and granting a a writ of certiorari for the case as a whole, many people, including 58 Republican lawmakers, are requesting that Justice Ruth Ginsburg recuse herself from the upcoming case due to her overt and obvious bias against the President.

Given her comments throughout the 2016 elections, it’s easy to understand why so many people think that Ginsburg should recuse herself.

I can’t imagine what this place would be — I can’t imagine what the country would be — with Donald Trump as our president.

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He is a faker. He has no consistency about him. He says whatever comes into his head at the moment. He really has an ego. … How has he gotten away with not turning over his tax returns?

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I can’t imagine what this place would be — I can’t imagine what the country would be — with Donald Trump as our president. For the country, it could be four years. For the court, it could be — I don’t even want to contemplate that.

Ginsburg has shown a strong bias against- and a a nigh on hysterical antipathy towards President Trump. As such, the ethical thing for her to do is to recuse herself from this upcoming case and any and every case involving President Trump’s administration that reaches the SCOTUS in the future. That being rightfully said, the claim that she is legally bound to do so is effectively meaningless and nothing but another iteration of the political kabuki we’re too used to.

While the relevant statute, 28 U.S.C. § 455(a), does technically apply to SCOTUS Justices, so does the longstanding long accepted tradition of “Duty to Sit.” Additionally, there is really no tested means of enforcing 28 U.S.C. § 455 upon the SCOTUS. Essentially, the SCOTUS being the nation’s highest court, there’s no authority to appeal to in the case of the SCOTUS Justice not recusing themselves.

A different but related note. Our concerns about Ginsburg’s lack of partiality are being heavily played by those with something to gain. One, Ginburg is part of the minority in the SCOTUS. Two and much more importantly, the SCOTUS lifting of most of the injunction against the “Travel Ban” was delivered per curiam, meaning it came from a unanimous decision by the Court – including Justice Ginsburg.

So be neither too shocked nor too concerned if Ginsburg doesn’t recuse herself. It is likely that, at worst, she would be one of the minority dissenting opinions on the case and even that is actually in doubt.

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The Law of Success Deluxe Edition
Law 101: Everything You Need to Know About American Law, Fourth Edition
The Supreme Court's Style Guide
Judicial Recusal: Principles, Process and Problems
Postmodernity and Univocity: A Critical Account of Radical Orthodoxy and John Duns Scotus

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VA’s Weeping Vaginas

Ugly Bitch Crying - Weeping VaginasVA’s weeping vaginas are especially dripping and snotty right now. Yep, the titularly female millennials of the toxic wave of feminism on the University of Mary Washington’s campus are suing their college for not sufficiently protecting them from people who “said mean things” to or about them on an anonymous social media app Yik Yak.

They claim that, by not blocking Yik Yak on the school’s Wi-Fi, the university fostered a sexually hostile environment that failed to “protect the Plaintiffs from [the] effects” of the offensive yaks.

But then, this is par for the course for the womyn of modern feminism. They demand special protections from opposing views and other things that offend them. And, to sort of give them the benefit of the doubt, these womyn have been so misraised that they are actually viscerally threatened by such things, which makes their demands logical in a way, if still heinous, counterproductive, anti-American, and rather anti-feminist.

Weeping Vaginas Aren’t Men’s Equals

Weeping vaginas that a screaming and engaging in lawfare to gain specials protections from opposing views that offend them, especially if such offense actually scares them, aren’t men’s equals. They may well be sadly the equal of the penis-bearing snowflakes but not of actual men. Indeed, they can’t even rightfully claim to believe that they’re the equals of men since they spend so much time claiming oppression and the need for coddling and protection at the expense of other’s basic freedoms.

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Lawfare: The Columbian Case
Living a Feminist Life
Feminist Activity Book
Millennials & Management: The Essential Guide to Making it Work at Work
White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America

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