Supreme Court Infected by The Gorsuch
Supreme Court Infected by The Gorsuch By Ilene Proctor Never mind that The Gorsuch was the first guy un-supremely nominated by a PR-resident whose campaign is under investigation by the FBI for potential collusion with a foreign power for a seat that was stolen in an unprecedented partisan power grab by a non-golden oldie political mafia senator named Mitch McConnell who blew up the Senate with a total blockade on the rightful nominee—Merrick Garland—and then turned Senate rules topsy turvy when it became clear Gorsuch was too extreme for Democrats to support. If you watched any of the hearings you won't be surprised to learn that The Gorsuch is as smug, arrogant, and entitled as an associate justice as he was as a nominee. His first case, fittingly, is about worker rights and how much you can screw them and he just flip sided right into it. Hearing arguments in his first case Monday—a procedural dispute involving the rights of federal employees who lose their jobs The Gorsuch waited only 10 minutes before unleashing a barrage of verbal diarrhea suggesting both sides in the case were misreading a key federal law. By the end of the hour, The Gorsuch was as active a questioner as any of his colleagues—and prompted one of them to suggest he was proposing revolutionary changes, albeit in an obscure area of federal law. Gorsuch's questions suggested he disagreed with previous Supreme Court decisions that had let federal district courts consider lawsuits that claim violations of federal discrimination laws as well as civil service laws. His questions drew pushback from Justice Elena Kagan, who said that position would mark a legal "revolution," Not The Gorsuch. He's already trying to usurp the bench. Kneel Neal Gorsuch.