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His THREE-person board of directors that included just one unsalaried member.
Almost all of its $ came from Donor’s Trust, a <<nonprofit built to give conservative and libertarian philanthropists “any level of privacy they want,” according to its marketing materials.>>
In 2012, he was campaign co-chair for Texas Governor Rick Perry.
In 2014 Whitaker unsuccessfully ran for the U.S. Senate.
The decision "is the foundational case of American constitutional law" -- the SCOTUS is the ultimate determinate of constitutionality.
The decision cements the courts as the third leg of government, “possess[ing] the power to strike down an Act of Congress as unconstitutional."
When asked in 2014 about the worst decisions in the history of the SCOTUS, he started with Marbury v. Madison.
You can see why he'd never be confirmed before a Senate that was concerned about the nation's future.
Also in 2014, Whitaker joined the board of World Patent Marketing:
2015: formed his 501(c)3 NFP, Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust.
“an invention-promotion scam that has bilked thousands of consumers out of millions of dollars.”