February 9, 2017
Looks like I was right that that lying Jew twisted it. It’s not a hard prediction. As Vox Day famously says, “Jews always lie.”
Sen.Richard Blumenthal, who never fought in Vietnam when he said for years he had (major lie),now misrepresents what Judge Gorsuch told him?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 9, 2017
Original article follows.
The Jew Blumenthal might not be outright lying, but I’m sure he’s twisting the statement in some way.
Gorsuch has yet to come out and clarify.
President Trump’s escalating attacks on the federal judiciary drew denunciation Wednesday from his Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, who told a senator that the criticism was “disheartening” and “demoralizing” to independent federal courts.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) said Gorsuch made the comments during their private meeting Wednesday, and the account was confirmed by Ron Bonjean, a member of the group guiding the judge through his confirmation process.
Trump on Wednesday morning declared that an appeals court’s hearing Tuesday night regarding his controversial immigration executive order was “disgraceful” and that judges were more concerned about politics than following the law.
The remarks followed earlier tweets from Trump disparaging “the so-called judge” who issued a nationwide stop to his plan and saying the ruling “put our country in such peril. If something happens blame him and court system.”
Blumenthal said Gorsuch, whom Trump nominated to the Supreme Court just over a week ago, agreed with him that the president’s language was out of line.
Whatever Gorsuch did (or didn’t – remember, Jew reporting it here) say, I’m confident it wasn’t some unhinged anti-Trump statement, but a calculated “good cop” move.
You remember in the campaign, after Trump chose Pence as his running mate, virtually every appearance Pence made was him couching Trump’s harsh rhetoric in kinder terms.
When you’re as extreme as Trump, it is necessary to have these “good cop” mildly-dissenting voices as a part of the party. It not only takes the edge off Trump’s rhetoric, but also makes it look like Trump is reasonable enough to tolerate people questioning him. In my impression, Trump probably is only open to a very few people (Bannon, his kids, his wife) seriously criticizing him at all, which means that these statements by his underlings are strategic fake-outs.
Due to the Presidential lifetime-appointment system, the judiciary has become a plague, and needs to just be shut down. Or rather, it needs to remain as something merely symbolic while Trump takes complete autocratic control of the entire government.
But when you’re transforming a “democracy” into an authoritarian dictatorship, the last thing you want is for that process to be transparent. Hence the strategic value of well-timed “negs” by underlings.