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The US Supreme Court, Religion and the Constitution

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The US Supreme Court, Religion and the Constitution.

The main theme for the last 2-3 MotherFucking days.

Dig? Learn? or make stupid fucking memes as if you DO NOT know the Script?

99% just follow along like some mindless fucking drones pretending to be all woke on muh kun with muh Q!

ANTONIN SCALIA - A FEW TIDBITS

Scalia strongly disfavored the Court's ruling in Miranda v. Arizona, which held that a confession by an arrested suspect who had not been advised of his rights was inadmissible in court,

and he voted to overrule Miranda in the 2000 case of Dickerson v. United States but was in a minority of two with Justice Clarence Thomas. Calling the Miranda decision a

"milestone of judicial overreaching", Scalia stated that the Court should not fear to correct its mistakes.[103]

In multiple cases, Scalia wrote against laws that allowed alleged victims of child abuse to testify behind screens or by closed-circuit television.[104]

In a 1990 First Amendment case, R.A.V. v. St. Paul, Scalia wrote the Court's opinion striking down a St. Paul, Minnesota, hate speech ordinance in a prosecution for burning a cross.[110]

Scalia noted, "Let there be no mistake about our belief that burning a cross in someone's front yard is reprehensible. But St. Paul has sufficient means at its disposal to prevent such

behavior without adding the First Amendment to the fire".[111]

Scalia responded to his critics that his originalism "has occasionally led him to decisions he deplores, like his upholding the constitutionality of flag burning",

which according to Scalia was protected by the First Amendment.[19]

Scalia declined to recuse himself from Cheney v. United States District Court for the District of Columbia (2005), a case concerning whether Vice President Dick Cheney

could keep secret the membership of an advisory task force on energy policy. Scalia was asked to recuse himself because he had gone on a hunting trip with various persons

including Cheney, during which he traveled one way on Air Force Two. Scalia issued a lengthy in-chambers opinion refusing to recuse himself, stating that though Cheney was a longtime friend

Scalia enjoyed a warm friendship with fellow Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, considered a member of the court's liberal wing, with the two attending the opera together and appearing together onstage

as supernumeraries in Washington National Opera's 1994 production of Ariadne auf Naxos.[121] Ginsburg was a colleague of Scalia on the D.C. Circuit, and the

Scalias and Ginsburgs had dinner together every New Year's Eve.[174]

Scalia also enjoyed a friendship with fellow Justice Elena Kagan, also considered a member of the court's liberal wing. When Justice David Souter retired, Scalia told David Axelrod,

an adviser to then-President Barack Obama, that he hoped that Obama would nominate Kagan to replace him. While Obama nominated Sonia Sotomayor instead, a year later when

Justice John Paul Stevens retired, Obama nominated Kagan.[175] An avid hunter, Scalia taught Justice Kagan how to hunt; the two hunted ducks, birds, deer and antelope together.[176][177]

1: against Miranda rights.

2: forces abuse victims who are many times children, to face their abusers in court.

3: The First amendment gives a person the right to burn a Cross.

4: The First Amendment gives a person the right to burn a Flag.

5: Longtime friend with Dick Cheney

6: Longtime friend with Ruth Bader Ginsberg

False Paradigm:

One side : MUH RELIGION IS ALL THAT MATTERS?!

The other side: MUH RELIGION DOES NOT MATTER AT ALL!!

Reality: Everything fucking matters!

If she was Islamic it would sure fucking matter.

If she was a Wiccan I bet it would matter.

If she was a Satanist or just about anything but a Christian/Catholic and/or Jew I bet it would matter.

Satanism is "legal" ya know?

Now we have 6 Catholics, 2 Jews and one confused Catholic Lite on the SC and yet half of America is Protestant = FUCK YOU!

Rise Up!

Wake the Fuck Up!

Maybe we don't even need a Supreme Court?

How about WE THE PEOPLE vote on anything these assholes cannot decide about OUR fucking Rights and the Limits to Government?!

How about we have a Constitutional Convention and change ALL THIS BIG CLUB YOU AIN'T FUCKING IN - SHIT?!

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>>11057127

I just threw up a little bit in my mind!