Chief Justice Roberts Activism Against Texas Suit with bonus video

A disturbing video of a C-SPAN broadcast about a staffer’s sworn testimony to hearing Judge Roberts screaming from the Supreme Court private meeting space about not wanting to hear the Texas case due to his apparent personal feelings about Trump.

Brad Johnson provides his analysis of this disturbing and alarming allegation and how courts allow activism over law.

After serving as a Senior CIA Operative and Chief of Station, Brad retired after 25 years and formed the non-profit Americans for Intelligence Reform. Please visit intelreform.org for an extensive library of material from a conservative and now censored point of view.


brad johnson it is december the 18th a
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very disturbing video has surfaced
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where it looks like its testimonies from
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c-span for one thing and its testimony
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i guess in front of a senate committee
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or but some kind of
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testimony in front of a u.s government
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body where
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someone is saying that a staffer
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submitted a report
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that the u.s supreme court justices
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actually turned down the texas request
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to review the election results in the
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swing states
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because they felt not
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that texas didn’t outstanding but for
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another reason i’ll let you take it from
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there because if this thing is true it’s
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just so big it’s
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it’s so big it’s depressing
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it’s very alarming and just as it’s it’s
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right in line with all the rest of the
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things we’ve been hearing that’s been
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going on with the voting and
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just almost everything that’s out there
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nowadays i don’t
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you know you you can’t trust anybody in
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the government to tell you the truth
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about anything anymore
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and this is just one more case of it so
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the testimony that was provided on the
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hill was
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based on information from a staffer at
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the supreme court so when the supreme
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court
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meets to decide what cases to accept and
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which cases to turn down
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they meet alone in a room so they’ll put
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the nine of them in a room it’s a
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conference room
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where they’ll just sit and and they talk
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about it and uh
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this famously i mean this isn’t anything
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new but famously those are done in
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fairly collegial in a fairly collegial
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atmosphere where they just
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sit and chat it through and they kind of
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vote on it and it requires
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i believe it’s five to take on a case
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and they can sort of either be pro or
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against but think that the
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case is worth worth worth uh hashing out
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at the supreme court level
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and if they find it you know below
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standard then then
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they they don’t vote enough won’t vote
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to do it in this case
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what we’re referring to here is that
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vote that the state of texas
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filed which is to say that their rights
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were interfered with because
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of the national elections
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and that these five or six states that
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screwed around the very last second
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with how all the voting standards were
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and all of that they
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corrupted the election and therefore
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texas suffered as a result of that they
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didn’t
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get the president they voted for is is
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it in essence and so it’s
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basically laying out that these last
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minute rule changes and screwing around
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with the
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elections and how the results are
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tabulated is unfair to the rest of the
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country and we had
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what a total of 18 states sign on to
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that so that’s a sizable chunk now
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what the staffer reported was you know
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in essence what i had
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mentioned that these quiet conversations
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take place in this room and so
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it’s just them sitting in there chatting
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away the nine justices and nobody ever
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knows really what
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is said in there however in this
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particular case on that texas case
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chief justice roberts who you know has
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been
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such a disappointment in every way shape
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and form
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is just so clearly over his head and is
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unworthy of the position which he feels
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proves that once again and was screaming
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at the top of his lungs such that
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everywhere uh in that area all of the
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staff heard what was going on
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and said you know in essence i’m
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paraphrasing but said in essence
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because uh some of the other justices
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were arguing that in bush versus gore
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bush v gore that set president precedent
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and they needed to hear it uh because
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this was a state level issued it should
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be heard
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justice roberts chief justice roberts
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was screaming at the top of his lungs
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you know don’t quote me that bush v gore
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crap i don’t want to hear it
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i am not giving that sob trump a chance
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to be president
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that isn’t now i’m paraphrasing but that
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is in essence what he was screaming at
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this top of his lungs that all of
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the supreme court staff were hearing
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going on now
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a couple of just alarmingly important
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things out of that
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first when he says you know i don’t want
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to hear any more about the bush v
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gore what he’s saying in that is i don’t
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give a [ __ ] what the laws are
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that’s it that’s a bottom line you have
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the chief justice of the supreme court
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of the united states saying i don’t care
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what the laws are
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so he threw out the legal argument
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and went right to his personal
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perspective and his personal perspective
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is
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if he’s calling trump an sob it doesn’t
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mean they’re best buds and having coffee
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and and crumpets every night you know so
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there
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they you know he hates trump and so he
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was allowing his personal feelings on
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the thing
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to overcome all of his responsibilities
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as a justice of the supreme court
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and so that’s precisely what happened
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president trump
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was uh sabotaged
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by the supreme court because of the
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personal feelings
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of several of the justices most
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assuredly
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if all this is true the
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chief justice roberts of the supreme
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court which personally i think all this
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sounds dead on right
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and that case was something that should
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have at least been heard if it had lost
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on its merits that would have been one
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thing
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but to be summarily dismissed saying
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texas doesn’t have status they didn’t
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want to listen to the case at all
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and i you know the the the way that this
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turned out and um
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the votes and all of that i think are a
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strong indicator of the truth of the
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story
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that’s being testified to under oath on
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the hill if my understanding is correct
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that that was testimony not just
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a guy getting up and talking so uh it
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does it goes to one of my great worries
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out of this that chief justice roberts
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who is a bush appointee
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lets his personal feelings overcome what
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he knows is to be right or wrong and the
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law or not the law of the land
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and his oath is to uphold those laws
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so he is obligated in every way shape
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and form
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by honor uh by duty
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uh all of those things he’s obligated to
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have listened to that argument of bush v
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gore and say indeed there is precedent
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and therefore indeed the court needs to
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react in a certain specific way
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because that’s how the laws of the land
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are set up but
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that’s not what he did and this is one
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of those things that i think once again
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much like what we saw with obamacare he
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lets his personal feelings guide him
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not the law which is his freaking job
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so you know it’s just it’s just this man
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so completely and utterly and stunningly
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over his head
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the incompetence shows at all times i
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mean i
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me personally which makes no difference
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on anything anywhere whatsoever
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i think that the man if he had any honor
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whatsoever got caught like this
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would resign uh which he which he should
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do now
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i i while i would say i would love to
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see him resign i don’t want him to
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resign
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right now because you know i certainly
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want if it turns out i wouldn’t want
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biten to have a chance to replace the
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chief sausage so
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we’re stuck with this half-wit roberts
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who though an intelligent man has made
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himself into a buffoon
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and uh and again this is one of those
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cases where we’ve seen this play out
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i think we have a custom in the united
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states of america
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that is that we you know we treat the
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chief justices with all this respect and
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don’t criticize them
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and i think that is a a very unfortunate
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uh decision in the united states and
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and uh something i’m certainly not going
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to adhere to have not been inherent to
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and i’m not going to adhere to again
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this was a very stupid reason this is an
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activist
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supreme court judge who does precisely
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what activists do
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and they take what they want and put it
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as a supreme uh you know
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you know objective over what they’re
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supposed to be doing
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through honor and duty to be upholding
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the laws of the land and that’s what
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activism is activist judges
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activists law enforcement activist
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politicians all of these people and this
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is just one more case of one more guy
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like that
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and i will say it’s just one more
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example of of how
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president trump tragically in his
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presidency made it
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just a horrendous error in judgment
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from the very get-go one of the few
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things i think you can
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legitimately point to about trump and
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say wow did he screw up there
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and that is he turned to the republican
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party
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and he turned specifically to people who
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were out of the bush uh camp if you will
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the bush
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family uh camp and the bush family
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hates trump something we’ve mentioned
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many times before uh former president
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bush
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blames trump for the criticism that he
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did during the elections
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of his brother who was running for
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president for the death of his mother he
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thinks that the stress that that put her
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under
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uh because of all the trump criticism of
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her of
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the of their their other brother running
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for president that that that’s what
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killed them on so
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i you know i i feel bad the mom was you
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know an icon and all of that
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and certainly you’re not glad that the
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the woman
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died but you know those things are in
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god’s hands they’re not in trump’s hands
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so i think it’s a little silly
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to really blame trump personally for the
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death of his mother who was
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let’s face it she was an older woman in
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her 90s and and you know you just can’t
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can’t count on such things to uh you
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know
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long life once you reach your 90s you’ve
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done well
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the talks it was written by someone
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who’s a
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current staffer for one of the supreme
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court justices
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and this i’ll just describe the report
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to you that i read you can make it what
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you will
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um he said that the justices as they
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always do went into a closed
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room to discuss you know cases they’re
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taking or debate
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there’s no phones no computers no
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nothing no one else is in the room
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except for the nine justices
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it’s typically very civil they usually
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don’t hear any sounds they just
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debate what they’re doing but when the
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texas case was brought up
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he said he heard screaming through the
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walls
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as justice roberts and the other liberal
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justices
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were insisting that this case not be
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taken
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up um and the reason the works occurred
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to the wall
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when justice thomas and justice lolito
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were citing bush first score
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from john roberts where i don’t give up
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about that case i don’t want to hear
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about it
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at that time we didn’t have riots
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so what he was saying was that he was
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afraid
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of what would happen if they did the
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right thing
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and i’m sorry but that is moral
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cowardice and and we
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in the srec i’m an srac member
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we put those words in very specifically
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because the charge of the supreme court
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is to ultimately be our final arbitrator
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our final line of defense for right
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and wrong and they did not do their
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duty so i think we should leave these
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words in
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because i want to send a strong message
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to them
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thank you
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5 thoughts on “Chief Justice Roberts Activism Against Texas Suit with bonus video

  1. Robert’s is part of the Swamp — He is not qualified for this job. He can’t be objective in dealing with people he LIKES AS WELL AS PEOPLE HE DOESN’T LIKE.

  2. Roberts is compromised and running scared, his closeness to Epstein and his being on the Lolita express logs are in his closet

  3. ROBERTS WAS ON EPSTEIN PLANE.

    ADOPTED 2 KIDS THROUGH IRELAND.

    DID EPSTEIN HELP? ARE 2 KIDS HIS INITIATION FEE OR REWARD?

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