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I am vaxxed bc I made a choice to address my high risk, including kidney disease and heart disease. I oppose the #shotshaming as statist bullying
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Feb 15, 2021 4 tweets 2 min read
File your complaint with the California Bar. Identify Eric Swalwell as the subject and identify offering falsified evidence to the Court of Impeachment as violating his duty of candor.

calbar.ca.gov/Public/Complai… File your complaint with the Maryland bar. Identify Jamie Raskin as the subject, and offering false statements of fact as a violation of his duty of Candor to the Tribunal.

courts.state.md.us/attygrievance/…
Feb 11, 2021 38 tweets 13 min read
Last month, the @HouseDemocrats impeached Donald John #Trump. When they did so, they adopted a resolution proclaiming that their impeachment was done in the name of the #HouseofRepresentatives and in the name of, and for, the United States of America. That formula, explaining that the House impeached someone and did so in the name of the House and in the name of the United States, is common. Yet the assertion is troubling.

Half or more of the country disapproves of the House’s impeachment, and of the Senate’s trial.
Feb 9, 2021 5 tweets 5 min read
Despite #historicalrevisionism (that's a polite way of saying lies), #public #symbolic #lynching holds a distinct and honored role in establishing the conditions necessary to the independence of these former British colonies. Colonists enraged by repeated abuses conducting #lynches in #effigy of #Crown officials, often accompanied by "funerals for Liberty" in which, having been carried in a coffin to a prominent town location, seemingly deceased, Lady Liberty would rouse from her nightshade slumber.
Feb 9, 2021 17 tweets 9 min read
Random thoughts on the farcical #impeachment #show #trial.

Where's #ChiefJustice #Roberts?

To clarify, the Senate is NOT required to employ the services of the Chief Justice in the conduct of an impeachment trial except when the President is on trial. Excepting presidential impeachments of #Clinton and #Trump, the modern Senate has impeached through a process in which the matter tried in committee, rather than before the whole Senate, and then and submitted to the Senate for ultimate judgment by the entire body.
Feb 9, 2021 4 tweets 3 min read
The following is from my Facebook memories for this date in February 2013:

[Hint: The distinctly anti American approach odd the foreign policy described below marks this as a chapter from the Obama Zone: To be clear: if you are a captured #AlQaeda operative, with #operationalintelligence regarding an imminently #pendingattack on US forces, property, personnel, or citizens, you have the promise of this administration that you will not be #waterboarded.
Jan 25, 2021 6 tweets 2 min read
To be at liberty is the intended design for mankind, at least as comprehended in #Jefferson's fundamental statement of #politicalphilosophy, the #DeclarationofIndependence.

archives.gov/founding-docs/… Remember, America's political philosophy is that we are created with rights ... to life, to liberty, and to the pursuit of happiness ... that are inalienable.
Jan 22, 2021 5 tweets 5 min read
Trying to sort through how we catalog #lies and #brokenpromises from @JoeBiden, our demented and lamentable @POTUS46. When he promised not to ban fracking, and that was repeated by EVERY LAPDANCE MEDIA outlet -- @MSNBC, @CNN, @FoxNews , @CNBC, @FoxBusiness, @washingtonpost, @nytimes, @AP -- is that just one lie?

Or is each separate instance of that lie being repeated its own separate lie?
Jan 16, 2021 11 tweets 4 min read
For two months we've been feted with snarky Jabs noting #typographical and #othererrors in #electionchallenge lawsuits.

You know, #mistakes? What wasn't a mistake?

It wasn't a #mistake when @TheJusticeDept told a federal court that there were plans to capture and kill members of Congress during the incident at Capitol Hill.
Dec 31, 2020 13 tweets 4 min read
Is there any clause of the Constitution that is insignificant? Meaningless? Without purpose? Studying for the bar exam, it is a well-regarded saw that, on the multi-state bar exam, whenever one of the multiple-choice answers given is "The Republican Form of Government Clause" that choice is always ***wrong***.
Dec 17, 2020 10 tweets 3 min read
BREAKING NEWS: Sidney Powell's Michigan Case Now on #SCOTUS docket.

UMMMMMMM, Not Really Breaking News.

Every year, between 7 and 10 thousand petitions seeking review by the Justices of the Supreme Court are filed. The vast bulk of those petitions are prisoner cases. About 3 thousand, "private paid" cases are filed by attorneys working for paying clients.

Out of the nearly 10,000 requests each year, #SCOTUS usually takes between 70 and 90 cases for full briefing and argument, or fewer than 5-6% of requests.
Oct 11, 2020 15 tweets 4 min read
#Gaslighting alert: You may come across bot-amplified activists pitching the idea that #Republicans have been packing the Courts for years, and therefore, hypocritically object to Democratic Party machinations to inflict #courtpacking on America if Kamala Harris and her running mate are elected.
Oct 11, 2020 5 tweets 5 min read
There's #gaslighting afoot, and it's the #torchsong of Sad Sack @DanRather: #Dan, you're nearly old enough to remember actual #courtpacking, the #FDR proposal to add justices to the court, increasing the total number of justices on a formula related to justices turning 70.
Sep 16, 2020 13 tweets 4 min read
Hitler rose to power.

Along with him, fortuitous and insightful folks took advantage of his rise, tied, but not too closely, their futures to his immediate German successes, and made real differences in their own fortunes by doing so.
#bidenboostfromnazipublisher A case in point would be #GeorgvonHolzbrinck, who, prior to seeing the advantages of servicing the publication needs of the #ThirdReich, scrabbled for a living selling books door to door.
Sep 16, 2020 5 tweets 5 min read
Nazi German publishing house endorses @JoeBiden.

That headline isn't the one screaming out across #Twitter.

Instead, we have the #lilywhite "@sciam endorses #Biden, a first in its 150 year history." But the correct news of the day on #ScientificAmerican endorsing #Biden is this:

A company that was founded in the USA and was suffering financially was purchased by a German publishing house, and placed with that publishing house's @SpringerNature division.
May 15, 2020 13 tweets 3 min read
Homicide always requires a certain hubris: a pride that vaunts the "wants" or "needs" of the killer over the life of the killed. That hubris was on display with a posting from "Auntie Lynn." That posting directed itself to the women of Georgia (and other States adopting "heartbeat" abortion restrictions).
Apr 20, 2020 6 tweets 2 min read
The behavior of Democrats in Congress "inspires" me to long for the days of yore, when a People treated like crap by those that governed figured out the best solutions to their problems.

What were those solutions? Protests. Some peaceful. Some not.

What did these protests include?
Apr 16, 2020 7 tweets 4 min read
I truly appreciate the 12 gauge shotgun that @realDonaldTrump proves himself to be day after day.

But I wish he would get the terms he uses right. If he "#adjourns" the #Congress, they will go #home. And the #Constitution gives him the power to adjourn Congress when the House and the Senate cannot agree on adjournment.

But what he wants to do is call the Congress back to Washington. That act is the #convening of Congress.
Apr 14, 2020 16 tweets 4 min read
The Governor of North Carolina, @RoyCooperNC, and the Executive Director of the @NCSBE intend to try and foist #votingbymail on our State, despite the proven risks to both #electionsecurity and #securityofballots. I submitted comments in opposition to the proposal:
Apr 14, 2020 14 tweets 2 min read
I like Trump. But he is wrong about the president having total Authority.

The States created the president, the Congress, and the courts.

They did so by their ratification of the Constitution of the United States. Before a sufficient number of states had ratified the Constitution, there was no federal government at all. There was a confederated government, a completely different Beast.
Apr 9, 2020 26 tweets 7 min read
Who should we kill?

A meditation on #MargaretSanger's mal mot, "The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it."

[From M. Sanger, Women and the New Race (1920).] Oddly, I grew up thinking that mercy granted life, extended life, ameliorated pain or difficulty, removed unjustly imposed restrictions on liberty.

You know what I mean. You've granted mercies to others.

They arrived late after you labored to prepare a meal.
Apr 1, 2020 16 tweets 6 min read
A #StayAtHomeOrder order might not violate the #FirstAmendment #righttofreeexercise of #religion, or it might. Candidly, the answer to the question of whether it does so depends entirely on the contents and stated motivation of the Order. Since the #SCOTUS decided #EmploymentDivisionvSmith, it has been a constitutional truism that #neutrallaws of #generalapplicability can, as an incident of their nature and scope, tread on religious exercises without violating the Free Exercise Clause.