Meet The Manlet

What I thought of Justice Roberts was unprintable already, at since since Obamacare times. But I would say that with his decision to side with the liberals (yes, this includes RBG; apparently she is still breathing) on church closures he has reached a new low.

I see in Roberts one of the victims of modern times: the spineless manlet who drifts to liberal positions because he thinks it is the only way to keep his social prestige in the circle in which he is accustomed to move. he will bend over backwards (as seen with his Obamacare decision) to not do what would make him sink in the black list of the party hosts, movers and shakers, and otherwise soi-disant intellectuals of his milieu. The appointment of Gorsuch and, more importantly, Kavanaugh put on him the liberal pressure; as always, the man cannot bear it.

Decisions like this also tell us why the Supreme Court is still such an important part of the 2020 November election, and why it is absolutely vital that both Trump’s re-election and a solid Republican majority in the Senate are returned in November. There is still a lot of work to do, and when RBG goes wherever the Lord has decreed she will go (psss… I think I have an idea.. but don’t say it around…) there is another epic battle to be fought and hopefully won.

Trump and a solid Republican majority are, bar surprises, our only hope to see the United States veer towards sanity at the highest judicial level, too. As in 2016, this makes Trump’s twitter behaviour, press conference intemperance (though I think he was wonderful), or otherwise testy character utterly irrelevant.

Let us focus on what counts, rather than on sideshows of no consequence.

The recent decision of the Court is a sobering reminder of how fast it can go the wrong way.


Posted on May 31, 2020, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Pegon Zellschmidt

    When I saw a photo of Judge Roberts driving up to the Supreme Court on his first day in his Nissan Cube or whatever it was, I knew he was a virtue signaller and we were in trouble. He’s too concerned about the wine and cheese soirees and how he is perceived (not to mention the pictures of him and his boyfriend that Obama has).

  2. Mary K Jones

    i like President Trump’s attitude. No one would believe or accept a wimpy POTUS at the best of times, and these are hardly the best of times. I will continue to cheer him on as I see the effects of his work on behalf of the US. People should read about The Bully of China, or other books or articles and think about Trump’s efforts on our behalf. I think it will be a long time before we have another president as functional as he, and I pray that people realize now just what we are facing in the not-too-distant future if we don’t listen to him.

  3. sixlittlerabbits

    I’m a native of New York City, like President Trump. We have the same accent and are about the same age. He’s not confrontational in my view: he shoots from the hip, like most New Yorkers. So glad he is President. The US would have gone down the tubes with Killary.

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