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So… passing a law that bans the killing of an unborn child who has developed a heartbeat is unconstitutional but the President ordering that  businesses mandate COVID  vaccinations and threaten state governors is Constitutionally sound.

“Constitutional” is whatever the people in power want it to mean when they want it to mean it.

The Constitution is just a 232 year old bit of skin the Left wipes their ass with one day, then rubs in our face the next.

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By J. Kb

5 thoughts on “Remember, the Constitution is just a piece of asswipe parchment”
  1. Then when he was asked if the vaccine mandate would survive a court case as to its Constitutionality, Biden said “Have at it”

    The only explanation for this behavior is that he KNOWS that the game is rigged. He knows the fix is in, and that there isn’t a thing anyone can do about it. The die is cast, he is now our supreme leader. All that is remaining to do is call out the death squads.

    As Larry Correia said, let’s all just say fuck it and go full on Rwandan machete party.

    https://floridapolitics.com/archives/456579-have-at-it-joe-biden-goads-gop-governors-over-threatened-vaccine-mandate-suits/

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  2. What I find interesting is that the Supreme Court weighed in on the Texas “heartbeat law” … and declined to hear the challenge.

    Really, that’s the second most powerful endorsement of its Constitutionality, other than hearing the challenge and upholding the law.

    Five Justices said the law can stand. By definition, it’s Constitutional (or at least, not unconstitutional).

    But the Biden Administration can’t or won’t accept that answer, and so even though the highest court in the land has effectively said the law is fine, the administration is going to go against them.

    And while they’re at it, they’ll violate Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution (“The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government….”) by stepping into individual states’ business and imposing Biden’s dictatorial will.

    I have the unsettling feeling that sooner rather than later, Gropey Joe’s power grab is going to be contested by several states. And I don’t mean in the courts. This Union has weathered disasters, wars, social movements, riots, pandemics, and political divides, but I fear the Joseph Biden presidency might be too much.

  3. Great idea, Sleepy Joe.

    When 25+ states lock the feds out and tell them to go fornicate themselves, what then?

    Call out the military and the NG. Do it. DO IT, you senile old hair sniffing creep.

    You better hope your butt-buddy Milley purged the ranks good and proper though. Nothing cramps commie shenanigans quite like a praetorian guard deciding they’re on the wrong side.

    1. It occurs to me that as “Thoroughly Modern Milley” forces out more and more patriots — both enlisted and officers — the military becomes that much weaker and the “unorganized militia” potentially becomes that much stronger.

      If Gropey Joe did decide to roll out the military and NG, he just might find that he commands an army of empty uniforms led by sheep, and he’s going up against battle-hardened soldiers and Marines, led by lions and defending their homes and neighborhoods.

      Because when you threaten everything and everyone a man holds dear, you shouldn’t be shocked at the lengths he’ll go to to keep them safe.

      “Demons run, when a good man goes to war.” [Doctor Who]

      I pray it doesn’t come to that, but Gropey Joe’s advisors have thus far given him the absolute worst advice imaginable, and reversing that trend seems unlikely at best. 🙁

      1. That’s a point I’ve been making for a while.

        Lefties are very stupid about this. They don’t understand that if you throw someone out of the military, it’s not like taking a piece off a chessboard. They don’t just disappear.

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