When Appointees Lie to Become Justices, Can They Be Called Justices?
The right of a woman to choose in the US has been stripped.
Guns now have more rights than women in the US.
Stepping back, there’s a fundamental question that we should all be asking ourselves: if you’re up for the Supreme Court of the United States and you LIE in order to get in, can you ever be seen as someone that’s qualified to be a Justice of the Supreme Court?
Brett Kavanaugh lied in order to be appointed to the Supreme Court.
Neil Gorsuch lied in order to be appointed to the Supreme Court.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said Sunday that multiple Supreme Court justices lied in their confirmation hearings about abortion, echoing the statements of Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins in the wake of the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion.
“If a corporation put these kind of statements in their quarterly filings, they would be seen to be purposefully misleading and deemed fraud,” Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I think they misled the Senate with the intention of getting their confirmation vote with the intention of overruling Roe.”
Their lies will have an impact on law making across the globe, as many countries tend to look to the US as a standard when it comes to legislative process and civil rights.
In other words, what happened in the US could happen anywhere, including Canada.
This is the long game of radical far-right Conservatives that want to control the lives of women, homosexuals, people of different ethnicities, colour and religious beliefs and more.
We are entering a VERY dark age when people lie in order to get lifetime appointments to positions of power.
THAT is the most simple definition of dictatorship.
These are impeachable offences and should be treated as such.
Until then, the US should be considered a lawless land.