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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

What he is waiting for

As I mentioned on the Darkstream last night, it is very obvious what the God-Emperor is waiting for before he unleashes The Storm. There is absolutely no point rushing in and arresting all of the Swamp's denizens if the swampy judges are just going to let them all go like they did with the Antifa members who were charged with various felonies. First, it's necessary to transform the federal judiciary.
HISTORIC RESTORATION OF THE JUDICIARY: President Trump is transforming our judiciary – appointing a historic number of Federal judges who will interpret the Constitution as written.
  • Working with the Senate, President Trump has now had 158 judicial nominees confirmed to the Federal bench – a historic transformation of the judiciary.
  • President Trump has nominated and had confirmed, two Supreme Court justices, 44 Circuit Court judges, and 112 District Court judges.
  • President Trump has appointed more circuit judges by this point in his presidency than any president in recent history.
  • Approximately 1 out of every 4 active judges on United States Courts of Appeals has been appointed by President Trump.
  • This historic transformation is only accelerating, with President Trump on pace to have more judges confirmed this year than in 2017 and 2018 combined.
This also puts the lie to those who claim President Trump hasn't done anything. What he's been doing is laying the foundation for substantive and meaningful action that will last beyond his two terms.

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Blogger Shane Bradman November 27, 2019 5:39 AM  

This is why Q is important. There's lots going on behind the curtain and we should be hopeful and enthusiastic even if we can't see what's going on.

Blogger Lovekraft November 27, 2019 5:40 AM  

This is another example of how the American system's checks and balances has a way of neutralizing a globalist like Obama. The alternative would be to meet on the streets. Too bad the globalists didn't get the memo about these safeguards and overplay their hand whenever opposition to flooding the west with hostile forces is encountered.

Much more work to do to root out the Sorosians implanted among academia however. This cancer has to be pulled up at the root

Blogger Gettimothy November 27, 2019 5:42 AM  

You do not build iconic five star hotels without a firm foundation.

There is a video out there from way back in the Marla Maples era, where Trump is inspecting construction and a metal plate behind an elevator structure, a structure that will be hidden from sight by a housing, has a scratch on it. Trump tells the foreman to replace it and the foreman, knowing Trump's ways does not argue.

One of the Trump Jr's tweeted a pick of a perfectly maintained and painted generator in a perfectly clean utility room in one of their properties.

This tells me all I need to know about their family's core principle of attention to detail.

Blogger boogeyman November 27, 2019 5:50 AM  

I remember when Prop 8 was passed here in California, then a judge declared it violated some penumbra of the Constitution. In other words, fuck what the voters want. You're allowed to play with your democracy, but only so long as you color inside the lines. Make too much noise and mommy will take your crayons away.

I love that Trump is doing this, and pray justice will be done. It just sucks it needs to be done at all.

Blogger Wario's Mart November 27, 2019 5:55 AM  

This is really positive. Daniel Horowitz and Mark Levin have talked in detail about judicial frustration of the President's agenda particularly on immigration. The Marxist/Mason courts have completely usurped their constitutional limits and are acting as a quasi executive and legislature.

They have stymied, stayed and injuncted everything from Trump's attempt to end birthright citizenship via executive authority under the 14th amendment, to his ban on 7 Muslim nations. They recently stayed his order requiring immigrants to be able to afford health insurance.

This is absolutely a prerequisite to any kind of restoration of the Republic from the Marxists and international Revolutionaries.

This is a white pill. If the judges are ready there is hope for mass executions in the second term.

I know there is well founded cynicism towards Jewish analysis here. But Daniel Horowitz is as right wing on border control as an Israeli in Israel and his legal analysis is sound. I recommend anyone wanting a quick gestalt on the state of the judiciary challenge to the American nation listen to his material.

Even if he and Levin have ulterior motives and are playing both sides, they are certainly being convincing immigration and the constitutional abolishment being executed by traitorous judges.

Blogger Brett baker November 27, 2019 6:04 AM  

Trump tweets, the shiny object is chased after. Meanwhile, the few people loyal to TGE keep doing what is necessary to MAGA.

Blogger wreckage November 27, 2019 6:10 AM  

The Emperor Protects. Once again Trump demonstrates that he actually knows what's going on. The man is frighteningly thorough; his roleplay as an easily distracted impulsive dilettante is pure Sun Tzu.

Blogger Wolfman November 27, 2019 6:12 AM  

Gott-Kaiser mit uns!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBlYlSs2fIU&t=28s

Blogger jkmack November 27, 2019 6:25 AM  

sounds a bit rah rah to me.

#1 Trumps opponents are going to guide the cases to friendly judges at some point in the appeals processes.

#2 Trumps hiring practices during his administration have not exactly boosted my confidence in his selection and filtration processes.

#3 The trends that Trump has in place are good, but the overall impact is still small. https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/politics/trump-federal-judges/
Much of the hype of Trump judges is scare tactics to encourage the resistance to support whatever clown the democrats put up. GOP appointed judges still make up less than 50% of federal judges and Trump judges on the Circuit courts make up less than 15% of the 179 judges, and he can only fill 22% of the seats total with the current vacancies.

Menendez shows that it is difficult if not impossible to convict a democrat, so much of the delay is the knowledge that they have to have a live boy or a dead hooker to get one of this idiots indicted, and really, the live boy thing may not even be true anymore for a democrat, although it still seems to work for a republican.

I would be glad to be mistaken, but i do not make any of my plans based on Trump pursuing any type of indictments against the various swamp creatures. If the whole Awan brothers fiasco can be made to disappear, then there is something much more devious going on, some people are compromised, paul ryan, and they are going to do what the deep state tells them, when they decide to tell them, if the pressure is applied.

Blogger Lazarus November 27, 2019 6:30 AM  

Lovekraft wrote:This is another example of how the American system's checks and balances has a way of neutralizing a globalist like Obama.

Myth. The checks and balances didn't stop anything. The downward spiral has been going on for at least 45 years. Something else is at work.

Blogger Lazarus November 27, 2019 6:33 AM  

Menendez shows that it is difficult if not impossible to convict a democrat, so much of the delay is the knowledge that they have to have a live boy or a dead hooker to get one of this idiots indicted,

Schiff's big donor has 3 dead hookers on his tab. No charges yet.

Blogger rognuald November 27, 2019 6:33 AM  

The one thing I respect about Mitch McConnell is that he has facilitated the confirmation of Trump's judicial picks.

In other news, Bill O'Reilly interviewed Trump who confirmed that he is working on designating the Mexican drug cartels as terrorist organizations.

Blogger Shimshon November 27, 2019 6:34 AM  

@9 You don't need to flip all judges to win.

Durham is in Connecticut, the Second Circuit, which the linked page said is expected to be turned by the end of the year. Interesting, no?

There was an analysis some time back that in the three states critical to Trump's win, which he won by about 60K votes in total, five counties, FIVE, with anomalous voting results compared to 2012 were enough to flip the states. This strategy is probably being followed again for the storm.

Blogger Shane Bradman November 27, 2019 6:42 AM  

"This is another example of how the American system's checks and balances has a way of neutralizing a globalist like Obama."

I still see 65 million Mexicans within the borders.

Blogger rognuald November 27, 2019 6:48 AM  

Which is more than the 63 million who voted for Trump.

Blogger Harris November 27, 2019 6:54 AM  

I find it absolutely SHOCKING that a builder would first lay a foundation before erecting a new structure. Just SHOCKING!!!!

Blogger Karen took the Kids November 27, 2019 7:05 AM  

That dried up prune Ginsberg doesn't have long left either. Hopefully Trump nominates the furthest right judge he can find. Scorched earth is still well within reach.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine November 27, 2019 7:13 AM  

YESSSSS. This is what the Doctor ordered.

Blogger Stilicho November 27, 2019 7:15 AM  

>They have stymied, stayed and injuncted everything from Trump's attempt to end birthright citizenship via executive authority under the 14th amendment, to his ban on 7 Muslim nations. They recently stayed his order requiring immigrants to be able to afford health insurance. <

Talmudism in action.

>I know there is well founded cynicism towards Jewish analysis here. But Daniel Horowitz is as right wing on border control as an Israeli in Israel and his legal analysis is sound. I recommend anyone wanting a quick gestalt on the state of the judiciary challenge to the American nation listen to his material. <

They aren't all Grabblers. A healthy skepticism is always warranted but some are on our side in many ways. When their identity and interests as Jews is in conflict with what is good for America/Americans, then you shouldn't pay any attention to them. That's why you never let them lead the movement.

Blogger JACIII November 27, 2019 7:15 AM  

Similar to TGE's judge replacement strategy is Soro's prosecutor strategy, which has already borne fruit in the recent political prosecutions of anyone who dares publicly support Trump.

Blogger xevious2030 November 27, 2019 7:17 AM  

When reading up on Mitch McConnel, about a week ago, had come across an article saying the two had been working together, assuring there would be no vacancies left open in the judiciary.

Blogger peacefulposter November 27, 2019 7:21 AM  

What he's been doing is laying the foundation for substantive and meaningful action that will last beyond his two terms.

I see what you did there.

@3 -This tells me all I need to know about their family's core principle of attention to detail.

The documentary on the Trump airplane also supports your point. His attention to detail is incredible.

Blogger Longtime Lurker November 27, 2019 7:34 AM  

Battlespace Preparation. Trump Style.

Blogger SciVo November 27, 2019 7:36 AM  

Say what you will about Cocaine Mitch, and I dislike his swampy maneuverings on legislation, but he has really built a fantastic legacy with judicial confirmations.

Blogger Shane Bradman November 27, 2019 7:41 AM  

The Art of the Deal should be required reading for anyone who wants to have an opinion on Trump.

Blogger SciVo November 27, 2019 7:41 AM  

JACIII wrote:Similar to TGE's judge replacement strategy is Soro's prosecutor strategy, which has already borne fruit in the recent political prosecutions of anyone who dares publicly support Trump.

I am of two minds on the difference. Because Trump is replacing unelected dictators but choosing better ones, while Soros is tricking dumb people into voting for evil. So the bad part is just us getting what we deserve.

Blogger JACIII November 27, 2019 7:49 AM  

SciVo wrote:JACIII wrote:Similar to TGE's judge replacement strategy is Soro's prosecutor strategy, which has already borne fruit in the recent political prosecutions of anyone who dares publicly support Trump.

I am of two minds on the difference. Because Trump is replacing unelected dictators but choosing better ones, while Soros is tricking dumb people into voting for evil. So the bad part is just us getting what we deserve.


Who's this "we"?

Blogger dienw November 27, 2019 7:56 AM  

JACIII wrote:Similar to TGE's judge replacement strategy is Soro's prosecutor strategy, which has already borne fruit in the recent political prosecutions of anyone who dares publicly support Trump.
Soros also has a program to elect Secretaries of State which control elections.

Blogger ZhukovG November 27, 2019 7:57 AM  

Clearly our esteemed host's post is on target, for it has drawn all manner of black pilling shills.

A storm is coming and nothing, not Soros, not even the GE himself, can stop it. We will ride this storm to victory.

Ad Victoriam, Deo Vindice, Ave Caesar Trump!

Blogger LZ November 27, 2019 8:01 AM  

No judges being impeached though. Put up or shut up, President Trump.

Blogger RandyB November 27, 2019 8:06 AM  

Kayfabe. And he learned it from the master.

Blogger Cataline Sergius November 27, 2019 8:11 AM  

The biggest issue at the back of everyone's mind is the timing of when Ginsberg kicks the bucket.

You don't go to Johns Hopkins hospital for "fever and possible infection."

You go to Johns Hopkins for cancer.

Her liver stent is failing.



Blogger Jack (LJCSOGHMOMAS) November 27, 2019 8:16 AM  

I've been following Vox for a while now, and I know that he has a far above average track record in his analyses and predictions, so the fact that he is saying this gives me hope, and should give you hope too.

God be with President Trump, and cast into hell Satan and all evil spirits who prowl about the world for the ruin of souls.

Blogger Doktor Jeep November 27, 2019 8:36 AM  

And when God grants us a gift on His son's nativity this year, the death of RBG, we'll have one more SCOTUS justice who is not a legislate-from-the-bench leftist. We need to that more to override "Think of it as a tax" Roberts.

My only doubt is that we are relying on "conservative" judges.

Blogger Dan in Georgia November 27, 2019 8:47 AM  

Lovekraft wrote:Much more work to do to root out the Sorosians implanted among academia however. This cancer has to be pulled up at the root

One way to do this is to starve Academia by making student loans eligible for bankruptcy and to end federal subsidies to universities. Tying support for schools to how well their graduates do in their careers might help too. We might then see fewer Feminist Literature Majors working as baristas with $100,000 in student loan debt.

Blogger Doktor Jeep November 27, 2019 8:50 AM  

@35
If student loan debt were to be "Jubilee'd" out, that would cause a spike in white birth rates.
The perception, as much, to this effect, were it to become common, and given the more socialist democrats to want it, would cause a rift of epic proportions in the ever-brownening democrat party.
Wink wink nod nod.

Blogger Stilicho November 27, 2019 8:55 AM  

@17: the left has to take out Ginsberg before the election to fire up their base. Right now is too early because she'd be replaced post-haste, but if she survives until next summer, she'd better not be in close proximity to pillows like her friend Scalia.

Blogger Avalanche November 27, 2019 9:03 AM  

@9 "Trumps hiring practices during his administration have not exactly boosted my confidence in his selection and filtration processes."

Silk purse, sow's ear?

It seems unGodly slow to us, but the God Emperor has been digging his way through a barn-full of shite 'cause he knows there's gotta be a 'pony' in there somewhere... Since history or, rather our enemies, left him with a massive pile of shite and rotted piggie ears, he's been sorting through them as fast as he can, WHILE fighting off enemies to the right of him, enemies to the left.

What did our Dark Lord teach us just a night ago? LOGISTICS! He can't go out and find silkworms, to further abuse a metaphor; he has to try to build on the supply chain he was left with. He's rebuilding our infrastructure as fast and as well as he can.

Sure, he's way too civnat-ish for most of us .... maybe he is learning or will learn; or maybe he's just appearing slow while he strengthens his supply chain is still not returned to speed and effect. Deus vult!

Blogger Ranger November 27, 2019 9:04 AM  

Don't be retarded. Article III judges can only be impeached by the House of Representatives, who right now is too busy trying to impeach Trump.

Blogger nswhorse November 27, 2019 9:04 AM  

Shut up and do some simple maths blackpillers. Trump needs 5 judges on every bench, or whatever the majority is in each case, not 9. And yes, conservatives are weak-willed, unreliable, and well-practiced in the art of surrender, but we have seen Trump's ability to instill the occasional bout of courage in them. Lindsey Graham being the best example.

Blogger SciVo November 27, 2019 9:12 AM  

JACIII wrote:Who's this "we"?

Voters, kemosabe.

Doktor Jeep wrote:If student loan debt were to be "Jubilee'd" out, that would cause a spike in white birth rates.

The perception, as much, to this effect, were it to become common, and given the more socialist democrats to want it, would cause a rift of epic proportions in the ever-brownening democrat party.


I am not sure that the premise is correct. The student loan debtors are not held back just by their debt, but also by their anti-natalism. They paid six figures to be indoctrinated in the Social Justice cult, and got their money's worth.

And also, I despise them as people and do not want to help them. I would love to sink the colleges by making them responsible for all the unrepayable debt, but I seriously doubt that there is any political will for that.

So no, I will not pay taxes to pay the debts of elitist morons that have been carefully taught to hate me and mine.

Blogger Damelon Brinn November 27, 2019 9:14 AM  

Her liver stent is failing.

Been hearing for a while that her death will be announced in mid-December. I'd guess that's early enough for the president to nominate a replacement, but late enough for the Democrats to try to stall for 10+ months, further wearing out Americans' patience with their bullshit.

Blogger Dan in Georgia November 27, 2019 9:18 AM  

Cataline Sergius wrote:The biggest issue at the back of everyone's mind is the timing of when Ginsberg kicks the bucket.

You don't go to Johns Hopkins hospital for "fever and possible infection."

You go to Johns Hopkins for cancer.

Her liver stent is failing.



Just imagine what it is like to be RBG.

The only thing important to her is to outlast Trump. Once TGE gets re-elected, she will still not retire, but try to outlast his second term. And then President Pence.

What must they be doing to keep her alive?

Blogger Dan in Georgia November 27, 2019 9:26 AM  

LZ wrote:No judges being impeached though. Put up or shut up, President Trump.

WIthout a House majority and a Senate 2-1 majority (67+ R's), impeachment of anyone is dead in the water. They are dying off pretty fast anyhow.

Blogger xevious2030 November 27, 2019 9:26 AM  

“Mitch, and I dislike his swampy maneuverings on legislation, but he has really built a fantastic legacy with judicial confirmations”

Trump, whatever his past considerations and inclinations, is working on the side of good. On the converse side, Swamp may be put to good use, so long as one does not make himself vulnerable to Swamp, and is ready to act on a moment’s notice if the Swamp switches track. Much of DC is Swamp, making excluding the use of almost impossible. For now. The important thing, until conditions change, is that they have to be managed and their risk compartmentalized with firebreaks. It is apparent enough now for mentioning.

Blogger Richard Rahl November 27, 2019 9:31 AM  

What's the old saying about patience being a virtue?
I don't but the narrative that Trump is playing 4D chess about everything, especially having people in his staff that hate him, his agenda, or both.
BUT in this case it looks like Trump is indeed laying the ground work for a massive swamp draining in some 4D chess manuvers that clearly have the swamp creatures terrified. I'll pray for Trump and his crew that they can pull this off. God Speed Mr. President.

Blogger Richard Rahl November 27, 2019 9:35 AM  

LZ wrote:No judges being impeached though. Put up or shut up, President Trump.

Walk through that process about two steps. Are the numbers in favor of this being successful?

Blogger VD November 27, 2019 9:38 AM  

You're banned, andrisf. Stop trying to comment here.

Blogger SciVo November 27, 2019 9:45 AM  

@44 andrisf: Good Lord, read some Aristotle already. There is a time and place to speak of the world as you wish it to be, to speak it into existence. So it is no wonder that modern Pharisees (e.g. Ben Shapiro) like the ancient Greeks, because word wizardry is their mode and modus, style and function; but our philosophers understood that good rhetoric must point at the Truth. And Vox is meticulous about that.

So you are both right and wrong. Trump is, unfortunately, a genuine conservative. We use him as our wrecking ball, but that is not what he wants to be. But it is inevitable that he will have to clean house or be wrecked, himself and all his family.

So to speak of Trump cleaning house is to speak an inevitable Truth.

Blogger SciVo November 27, 2019 9:48 AM  

Oops. Took too long working out how best to phrase that.

Blogger xevious2030 November 27, 2019 9:50 AM  

"A storm is coming and nothing, not Soros, not even the GE himself, can stop it"

Of course, it's not their Plan. They're simply traveling through it, one making bad choices, one making good ones.

Blogger Unknown November 27, 2019 9:52 AM  

It won't be long before Ginsburg's body is returned to Ferenginar for dessication and auction on the futures exchange.

Blogger SciVo November 27, 2019 9:59 AM  

Dan in Georgia wrote:Just imagine what it is like to be RBG.

The only thing important to her is to outlast Trump. Once TGE gets re-elected, she will still not retire, but try to outlast his second term. And then President Pence.

What must they be doing to keep her alive?


Quite a few of my relatives are nurses, so I wince to even imagine.

Blogger Jake November 27, 2019 9:59 AM  

Box, any thoughts on Kushner being put in charge of the wall construction?

Blogger Jake November 27, 2019 10:00 AM  

Vox*

Blogger Blastmaster November 27, 2019 10:09 AM  

}What must they be doing to keep her alive?{

We probably do not really want an answer to that question. Any evil to facilitate more evil is justified from their perspective

Blogger Andrew Jackson November 27, 2019 10:12 AM  

Go Trump!!

Blogger Dan in Georgia November 27, 2019 10:13 AM  

Unknown wrote:It won't be long before Ginsburg's body is returned to Ferenginar for dessication and auction on the futures exchange.

Let's just hope they display her with clothes on.

Blogger xevious2030 November 27, 2019 10:25 AM  

"So the bad part is just us getting what we deserve"

This is not just a material world. The simple placing of the lambs blood across the lintel, changed the dynamics into an us versed them situation, in the strictest and absolute of terms. Grace and the covering by the blood of the Lamb, by the undeserving, changes the dynamics of "deserve." The converse to your argument would be that, when sanity and good is the case of most voters, the bad deserve the good they receive, which is not the case, even from a material world perspective. "Voters" is not unitary in this sense. Mitgefangen mitgehangen is a common part of the experience of this life, but it is not the entirety.

Blogger Newscaper312 November 27, 2019 10:31 AM  

@54 re Kushner and wall...

The guy does seem objectively pretty skillful at wrangling. Now that his higher Israel priority has achieved a lot of its objectives, we might get a turn to benefit from his abilities.

Blogger DonReynolds November 27, 2019 10:45 AM  

If President Trump replaced every judge in the Federal Judiciary, except one, we would still have a problem. Why? Because of the recent discovery that only ONE Federal judge is necessary, regardless of their jurisdiction, to countermand the president, to overrule or change his executive orders, to dictate tax policy to all of the states, or to stop new Federal legislation for years, until it can be overturned on appeal.

The problem is not that some judges are Leftist Liberals and other judges follow the Constitution. The problem is that ANY Federal judge, sitting in ANY court in the US, can effectively GOVERN the entire country (and beyond) as effortlessly as the stroke of a pen and at no cost or risk to themselves. This is entirely new in the Federal judiciary and it is contrary to the US Constitution, which declares that the three BRANCHES of government are co-equal. That does not mean that every Federal judge has the ability to veto or countermand every order, civilian or military. If there is any power that the judiciary has over the other two branches of government, it should be limited to orders of the Supreme Court and not a courtroom in Hawaii or Florida or California or New Mexico.

Blogger OneWingedShark November 27, 2019 10:59 AM  

Lovekraft wrote:Much more work to do to root out the Sorosians implanted among academia however. This cancer has to be pulled up at the root
The problem, to a large degree, is academia — look at how they teach precedent: as an equal to the Constitution itself (and by 'equal' they really mean conditionally superior). Just reading a few modern Supreme Court rulings shows this.

The other branches have been too deferential to the Judiciary; Congress should use its powers to dissolve courts and the Executive should say "screw your judicial immunity, you're subject to the law too."

boogeyman wrote:I remember when Prop 8 was passed here in California, then a judge declared it violated some penumbra of the Constitution. In other words, fuck what the voters want.
[…]
I love that Trump is doing this, and pray justice will be done. It just sucks it needs to be done at all.

It's pilpul applied to law. They raise tradition (ie precedence) to its equal, and then use that to trump the law when they wish to. — But you are right: we should pray for Justice.

Wario's Mart wrote:This is really positive. Daniel Horowitz and Mark Levin have talked in detail about judicial frustration of the President's agenda particularly on immigration. The Marxist/Mason courts have completely usurped their constitutional limits and are acting as a quasi executive and legislature.

They have stymied, stayed and injuncted everything from Trump's attempt to end birthright citizenship via executive authority under the 14th amendment, to his ban on 7 Muslim nations. They recently stayed his order requiring immigrants to be able to afford health insurance.
[…]
This is a white pill. If the judges are ready there is hope for mass executions in the second term.

Yeah… but there's already laws in-place that could be used. For example, use 50 U.S. Code §21 Restraint, regulation, and removal to declare the actual state of invasion; then treat the invaders like invaders. When the Judiciary tries to block it, they're literally giving aid and comfort to the enemy and can be tried and hanged for Treason. — They'll obviously assert something like "judicial immunity", but at that point you can point out that it's a conspiracy against the Constitution to justify their Treason.

Would this destroy a huge portion of the Judiciary's legitimacy: Absolutely.
The destruction of legitimacy seems to be something that Trump is avoiding at all costs, but in the case of the Judiciary, I think he should be far more open to harm it; after all, they're the ones that have declared themselves immune from the law, while at the same time asserting that the law is what they say it is and imposing it upon everyone else.

jkmack wrote:#2 Trumps hiring practices during his administration have not exactly boosted my confidence in his selection and filtration processes.
That he keeps surrounding himself with rootless cosmopolitan[s and/or] swamp creatures is… puzzling.
I mean, did ANYONE think Bolton was a good pick? For anything?

Cataline Sergius wrote:The biggest issue at the back of everyone's mind is the timing of when Ginsberg kicks the bucket.
I would be unsurprised if she's already dead and/or the last few 'opinions' were penned by "aides" — after all, when was the last time you'd EVER heard about a Justice "working from home"?

Blogger Scott November 27, 2019 11:02 AM  

As an attorney for over 20 years, I can attest to the importance of judicial appointments. Trump's two Supreme Court picks have been solid so far, but never underestimate the importance of his picks for the circuit courts of appeals. These days, the Supremes are deciding fewer than 100 cases per year, so many federal cases never make it higher than the intermediate appellate courts.

Blogger Balam November 27, 2019 11:07 AM  

@Dan in Georgia
''What must they be doing to keep her alive?''
At the very least injecting her with teenager (possibly baby) blood. Public trials described here. I fear that in her final days she has chosen to damn herself by becoming a literal vampire on the young. Well, she did always like to be seen as a rebel.
https://truththeory.com/2017/08/30/super-rich-injecting-blood-teenagers-reclaim-youthfulness/

@DonReynolds
''If President Trump replaced every judge in the Federal Judiciary, except one, we would still have a problem. Why? Because of the recent discovery that only ONE Federal judge is necessary [...]''
Don't let that optimism get to your head now. I truly don't understand why black pillers insist on making every victory into a defeat. When Washington went across the Delaware and beat Cornwallis would you bp'ers yell out, ''yeah it's a big step but all it takes is a single British victory over Washington and we're all dead! Despair! Don't take any heart in the win, it's just one British legion they'll just send more just kill yourselves already!!"
There's always some objection, always more despair, until victory is actually achieved. Then what will you say, ''heh I contributed by being contrarian and making my allies feel worse every step of the way.''

Blogger ZhukovG November 27, 2019 11:21 AM  

Some have so acclimated themselves to defeat that they seek it, even in the midst of victory.

Ad Victoriam, Deo Vindice, Ave Caesar Trump!

Blogger RandyB November 27, 2019 11:25 AM  

All the blackpillers want is to be able to say "I told you so!", even if they have to say it over the ashes.

Blogger Harry_the_Horrible November 27, 2019 12:01 PM  

I had been wondering how the swamp was going to be drained when the judges would look ofr any excuse to dismiss any case brought against swamp dwellers.

Blogger Archella November 27, 2019 12:36 PM  

My US Senator here, told a small group of us (R, red state) that the reason a lot of this is possible, is that getting to 53 in the senate, from 51, allowed them to drastically reduce the debate (filibuster) time per appointee. Also, the 2nd court of appeals has been flipped (nyc) and the 9th is close to being, or will be by the end of the year. So huge!

Blogger Crush Limbraw November 27, 2019 12:43 PM  

Lord, give me patience - and I need it NOW!

Blogger Ominous Cowherd November 27, 2019 12:44 PM  

Speaking of ``what is he waiting for'' and ``majority in the senate,'' I do hope that when those indictments are finally unsealed, they unseal Lisa Murkowski's in the very first batch.

There are a lot of Alaskans who would be forever indebted to Trump if he would rid us of that turbulent, fraudulent abortion-pusher.

Blogger glueballs November 27, 2019 1:05 PM  

Some of you are young or never worked inside or with a large organization. Allow me to state what I understand Trump has been doing to the swamp. He is maintaining pathways to resources that would have been choked off defensively if stupidly he had attempted a sudden displacement.

The disloyal questionable hires kept the paths open and permitted eventual placement of loyalists to track back from current behaviors so the evidence remained discoverable and continuity was preserved. It's really really difficult to destroy digital records _but_ from a forensics viewpoint you need to have access and entry points.

Have faith this President knows what he's doing at an organizational level. Trump's people are gradually infiltrating the swamp and attaching themselves to the pathways. This is abundantly clear to grizzled veterans of bureaucratic behemoths. They can see it unfolding as described.

Further appreciate I never bought into the Q phenomenon. Consider please.

Blogger DonReynolds November 27, 2019 1:16 PM  

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Blogger Seeingsights November 27, 2019 1:32 PM  

The pessimists in this thread is making me pull my hair out.
I am a paralegal.
What Trump is doing with court appointments is real.
The liberal-left attorneys in the firm I work with are downbeat with what Trump is doing. The Right of center attorneys I work with are elated. One of them was excited about Gorsuch.
A left wing paralegal I work with made the point that setting aside Senator McConnell's politics, McConnell has been very skillful in getting Trump's judges confirmed.
When the enemy thinks someone on our side is dangerous, that is a sign that our guy on the Right is throwing it down.

Blogger DonReynolds November 27, 2019 1:52 PM  

DonReynolds wrote:Balam wrote:@DonReynolds

''If President Trump replaced every judge in the Federal Judiciary, except one, we would still have a problem. Why? Because of the recent discovery that only ONE Federal judge is necessary [...]''

Don't let that optimism get to your head now. I truly don't understand why black pillers insist on making every victory into a defeat. When Washington went across the Delaware and beat Cornwallis would you bp'ers yell out, ''yeah it's a big step but all it takes is a single British victory over Washington and we're all dead! Despair! Don't take any heart in the win, it's just one British legion they'll just send more just kill yourselves already!!"

There's always some objection, always more despair, until victory is actually achieved. Then what will you say, ''heh I contributed by being contrarian and making my allies feel worse every step of the way.''


Your brand of "optimism" would replace half the roof of the house and declare the other half will somehow just stop leaking or does not matter. The half you do not replace matters very much.... especially if the half you replaced was not the half that was leaking in the first place.

Blogger Greg Hunt November 27, 2019 2:09 PM  

Prop 8 was written to be overturned by the Judiciary. It didn't define marriage as between a man and a woman. It didn't ban gay marriage. It did ban any further gay marriage while acknowledging that anyone already gay married would remain legally married. Gay Marriage still existed after it was passed.

Blogger Lance E November 27, 2019 2:17 PM  

SciVo wrote:Trump is replacing unelected dictators but choosing better ones

We are always ruled by unelected dictators, and no man rules alone.

Blogger Balam November 27, 2019 2:26 PM  

@DonReynolds
"Your brand of "optimism" would replace half the roof of the house and declare the other half will somehow just stop leaking or does not matter. The half you do not replace matters very much.... especially if the half you replaced was not the half that was leaking in the first place."

I will assert that it would not. To use the example of Washington/Delaware again, it would be, "a great victory was had, God carry us to more victory until the war is over" or "Well done, we have half the roof built, only one more half to go! Be of good cheer, for have we not come this far already? Now's the time to really put our backs into it!"

To strawman your style how would any construction get done when half of something needs to be built before all of it is? BP'ers are a living Xeno's paradox, always whining about how they'll never reach the finish line because you have to travel half the distance first, then another half, then another....meanwhile, everyone in reality is making it to work every morning just fine.

If I were to steelman your argument I recommend, "We've done half the roof, the next half will be quite difficult so don't slack off just yet!" Of course, no such acknowledgement of accomplishment is ever seen from BP'ers but I am being charitable here.

The point being: we know that there are enemies everywhere (in the Deep State, in this case), Trump knows he has enemies everywhere, the Deep State knows they hate Trump. BP'ers are the only ones acting like this is a big surprise. You, for example, stated that Trump could replace every judge in the Federal Judiciary except one and that single judge would govern the country, I guess be a sole dictator somehow. Does that not sound like a reasonable conclusion at all, it serves no purpose but to completely deflate morale out of what has been done so far. It has placed absolute defeat in the minds of anyone who listens, "Even one federal judge is more powerful than all your victories, all your efforts, you have done nothing of any effect my fellow soldiers! And there's more than one against us, what could possibly be done about 50 when even 1 is greater than all of us combined! Who wants to drink some Kool-aid?" It does make me angry to hear the belittlement of such work that has been done so far.

Again, to emphasize the point, no one said the fight is done. No one in the thread so far, except blackpillers, had the expectation that a single victory or defeat means that the war is over. The blogpost that started this thread literally called it a foundation of things to come.

Cavemen in the desert have defeated the US army! David beat Goliath and paraded his head around, your example would have you saying, "You could chop the heads off every Goliath but as long as the enemy king is alive your victory was of no effect". Don't you see how defeatist that is? Have you never had to bolster the courage of any man? Or how about this one, say a fatty 360lb guy loses 50 pounds. "Heh only 50 lbs? You aren't at 180lbs so your 50lb loss was pointless. As long as 1 lb remains you aren't allowed to feel the joy of victory and progress."

Blogger Snidely Whiplash November 27, 2019 2:33 PM  

Balam wrote:Heh only 50 lbs? You aren't at 180lbs so your 50lb loss was pointless. As long as 1 lb remains you aren't allowed to feel the joy of victory and progress."
The only feeling near to joy that a black piller feels is the perverse satisfaction of seeing another man ruined for trying. He is miserable and has no hope, and wants above all, that everyone else partake of his misery.
Ours is not the battle. The battle belongs to God. Ours is only to strive and to be faithful.
Despair is the bitterest fruit of hell.

Blogger map November 27, 2019 3:16 PM  

Seeingsights wrote:I am a paralegal.

What Trump is doing with court appointments is real.

The liberal-left attorneys in the firm I work with are downbeat with what Trump is doing. The Right of center attorneys I work with are elated. One of them was excited about Gorsuch.


Heck, a lefty law professor friend of mine is beside himself with anger over Trump's judicial picks.

Blogger map November 27, 2019 3:17 PM  

glueballs wrote:He is maintaining pathways to resources that would have been choked off defensively if stupidly he had attempted a sudden displacement.

This is a very interesting take.

Blogger Tanjil Bren November 27, 2019 3:44 PM  

"What Trump is doing with court appointments is real."

Absolutely this!

The left always counts on stacking the judiciary to maintain power when it is in legislative hiatus (out of government).
Every single leftist government throughout the Western world has done this.
Tony Blair even created an entirely new court in Britain, the Supreme Court, for this purpose.
As far as I am aware, Trump is the very first 'rightist' to actually do something serious about reversing this situation (made entirely possible by Obama's laziness in letting so many court vacancies stack up, and the left's general arrogance, in as much as it seriously thought it had America all sewn up).
I've long thought this was Trump's long game and that it will be his real and substantive legacy: he's giving you back your courts.

Blogger DonReynolds November 27, 2019 3:46 PM  

@77 Balam
Try not to use the "Washington crossing the Delaware" example too much. It was not to attack Cornwallis, it was to surprise the German Hessian regiment on Christmas morning in Princeton, NJ.

I am glad that Trump and McConnell are getting judicial appointments done. Could not be more pleased, but you missed the point entirely.

As long as there is a Leftist Liberal Federal judge in Hawaii, or New Mexico, or New York, there will be a problem ONLY BECAUSE of the new perspective (not in the Constitution) that a single Federal judge can (and has) over-ruled the president and even Congress, by issuing an injunction or other order.

This is the part that everyone should be concerned about...that any Federal judge can veto the entire Executive Branch of the Federal government, until it can be overturned on appeal, and that injunction costs him nothing and he risks nothing by issuing it. That is the part that needs to be addressed.

Blogger Tanjil Bren November 27, 2019 3:52 PM  

"any Federal judge can veto the entire Executive Branch of the Federal government."

Only for as long as that order (and the overreach) is respected and obeyed (which it has been to this point largely because the US bureaucracy is stuffed with leftists who have been all too happy to do so).

It really only takes one head of department to say 'out of your jurisdiction' for that game to be stopped dead in its tracks.

Blogger Balam November 27, 2019 5:47 PM  

@DonReynolds
''I am glad that Trump and McConnell are getting judicial appointments done. Could not be more pleased, but you missed the point entirely.

As long as there is a Leftist Liberal Federal [...]''

Good, you're willing to state that good things are happening. Your quickness to dismiss the importance of the judicial happenings makes me question if you are so happy about it that you couldn't be more pleased.

I addressed your point when I said that everyone knows there's fighting left to be done, a lot of it. You've missed my own point entirely because you keep letting tomorrow's battles defeat today's victories. You could have pulled anything out of your ass, a corrupt FBI, CIA, hostile Isreal, enemy news networks, apathetic public and said ''As long as ____ everything you do is worthless!"

Do you seriously, in your heart, think that Trump's team doesn't already know about any battlefield problem you can think of? Or that the blog readers, or even the average politically involved normie, is not aware of the federal judges throwing their weight around? That's another fight for tomorrow, let tomorrow have it. The question is why drag today through the mud for your doomsaying? We know already.

Imagine if I'm celebrating my child's third birthday and some blackpiller walks up, ''She's gonna die you know, all humans do. She's going to encounter temptation and all the demons of hell. Your raising her up won't matter unless God smites every last evildoer on earth. Everyone should be concerned with salvation, this cake this dress these streamers are worthless'' What the hell are you doing at that birthday party in the first place??

Blogger Avalanche November 27, 2019 6:40 PM  

@83 "It really only takes one head of department to say 'out of your jurisdiction' for that game to be stopped dead in its tracks."

Who? Where? When? It only takes one EO to wipe out DACA: where is it?

Blogger M Cephas November 27, 2019 7:00 PM  

Donald Trump really will go down as a legend.

Blogger SciVo November 27, 2019 7:26 PM  

The funny thing is that the more controversial Trump is, the more people talk about him, the more space he will take up in history. So because he is clearly both intelligent and high in the narcissism trait, he has negative incentive to go with the flow. The more pressure that the Swamp tries to put on him, the more they set him against them. And hope of that dynamic is why I supported him in the first place.

Blogger Tanjil Bren November 27, 2019 8:01 PM  

"It only takes one EO to wipe out DACA: where is it?"

You'll have to ask your President.

Blogger Sam Sutherland November 28, 2019 12:30 AM  

This makes me feel like dancing.

Blogger Chief_Tuscaloosa November 28, 2019 9:13 AM  

@SciVo, "And also, I despise them (student loan debtors) as people and do not want to help them."

The SDL on the podcase clarified that the strongest case for forgiving the debt is without forgiveness of this massive ocean of money, the economy will collapse. If the choice is terrible economic collapse, or I kick in a few shekels for the morons who got a doctorate in White People Suck Studies--well, I can spare a few shekels.

Blogger MrNiceguy November 28, 2019 10:49 AM  

My only doubt is that we are relying on "conservative" judges.

This. Justice Brett had a squishy record before he was nominated. I had hoped his sham of a confirmation process would serve as a Red Pill suppository, but he's apparently immune.

I still suspect that Kennedy had a behind-the-scenes deal to pick his replacement.

Blogger rcocean November 28, 2019 10:56 AM  

If you're paying attention, you'll notice that every Trump executive order has been blocked by some Obama judge. Usually these judges simply ignore past ruling and are blatant Left-wing partisans. Trump is therefore, not changing the Judiciary, he's SAVING The Judiciary. Had Hillary been elected, we now be under a Left-wing Judicial Tyranny that would've made the Warren Court look moderate.

Blogger SciVo November 28, 2019 8:39 PM  

Chief_Tuscaloosa wrote:The SDL on the podcase clarified that the strongest case for forgiving the debt is without forgiveness of this massive ocean of money, the economy will collapse. If the choice is terrible economic collapse, or I kick in a few shekels for the morons who got a doctorate in White People Suck Studies--well, I can spare a few shekels.

I could (grudgingly) accept that argument. Very, very grudgingly, so I would like to hear the whole argument. Do you know the Darkstream number? Our SDL is crushing it so hard, he is producing way more content than I can track.

Blogger Chief_Tuscaloosa November 29, 2019 11:37 AM  

I echo the SDL's expression of "Oh, FFS. Seriously?":

If you'd done a Google search for "darkstream" and "student loan debt" then hits #1 and #3 pop right up:
http://voxday.blogspot.com/2019/06/eliminating-student-loan-debt.html
and
Darkstream 414
.
For being a self-declared scientivore, you could do a little work to serve up the knowledge.

Blogger Chief_Tuscaloosa November 29, 2019 3:59 PM  

Google "darkstream" and "student loan debt" and look at hits #1 and #3.

At least do the minimum, man.

Blogger Pathfinderlight November 30, 2019 1:56 PM  

This is one of the biggest reasons why Republicans holding onto the Senate was vital. Pushing through judicial picks while the enemy is focused on non-issues is going to put us in a good position for term 2.

Also, it allows the Democrats to trump up fake impeachment charges without the power to use them to railroad him.

Enough people in America think it's wise to split the parts of government between different parties that Republicans were always going to loose SOMETHING during the last midterms. Hats off to Trump for minimizing that loss.

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