A Job Opening

There’s a vacancy on the Supreme Court because of the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I could join in the analysis, but while I was getting a good night’s sleep, Bookworm Room put up a post that says pretty much what I think about the situation. I’ll add these few thoughts:

I believe that the President should nominate a new justice to the court quickly and that the Senate should confirm the new justice expeditiously, before the election. The court should be intact in case it is called upon to handle election recount issues similar to Bush v. Gore. Joe Biden could try to take that issue off the table by promising not to engage in the kind of vote harvesting and election theft the Democrats are obviously planning for this November, but it would be foolish for President Trump and Senator McConnell to trust such a promise. The President and the Senate should act to eliminate the possibility of a 4-4 decision by the Court.

Or maybe not. The court is now 5-3. The Chief Justice might be a reliable vote if he is concerned about the Democrats’ threats to engage in court packing.

Things are about to get interesting.

4 thoughts on “A Job Opening


  1. Observation: A lot of mainstream, public figures and intellectuals are calling for arson attacks and violent riots. They sound indistinguishable from antifa. – Andy Ngo https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1307146372819243008
    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1307142610151075840/photo/1
    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1307150522160427009/photo/2
    https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1307150522160427009/photo/4
    And just when you think 2020 can’t be more 2020

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