Yes I did.

Earlier today I said that the Left would use Judicial nominees’ questions against them as grounds for impeachment for perjury.

We won on guns and abortion in 24 hours.

If you think the Left is just going to bluster, you’re wrong.

 

 

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By J. Kb

9 thoughts on “I told you this would happen”
  1. It takes a 2/3 majority vote to impeach. All the damage the Democrats have done to their party is self-inflicted. This would’ve never happened if they didn’t push it. The Democrats were the ones that advocated abortion up to the point of birth. The Democrats were the ones that made getting a concealed carry permit in New York City impossible.
    The Democrats were the one that politicized the Supreme Court. The Democrats through massive voter fraud put a demented old man in the White House. They are reaping what they have sown despite the Republicans best effort to keep them in power.

    1. The Democrats were trying to get post-birth “abortions” legalized in California and Virginia. They may still get it in California.

    2. Shawn, it takes a simple majority in the House to impeach, followed by a 2/3 majority in the Senate to convict. A lot of people use sloppy wording, but the details matter.

  2. This is just fund raising and an attempt to GOTV. They don’t have the votes to convict, and shortly will be out of DC campaigning to save their phoney-baloney jobs. There’s a good chance they won’t have the votes to impeach in 7 months.

  3. The “lying” story is utter fiction. The WSJ demolishes it very effectively in an editorial today. The one-line summary is yes, they stated that Roe was precedent (a simple and obviously true fact); but they never made any promises of how they would decide a future case where that precedent comes into play.

    1. And any “promises” they might have made are null and void if a case makes it to the highest court.

      If such a case makes it that far, it’s because either there’s an undecided (read: unprecedented) question, or there’s new information or testimony that casts serious doubt on the old precedent.

      In either scenario, “settled law” isn’t.

      The fact that Dobbs made it to SCOTUS means that something significant has changed since Roe v. Wade, and therefore any confirmation hearing “promises” (if there were any, which I don’t believe there were) concerning the old precedent no longer apply.

      There are enough lawyers among Congressional Democrats that they should know this. They are making bluster to sound like they’re “doing something”.

      (As an aside to any anti-Trump Republicans out there: Neither this nor Bruen would have been possible without President Mean Tweets. You’re welcome.)

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