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"He picked the one guy who has specifically written that a president should not be the subject of a criminal investigation, which the president is right now," Booker said of Kavanaugh, saying the choice was the most self-serving Trump could have made.

 

The Trump and GOP crime family hard at work.

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8 minutes ago, Chiseler said:

Where's your source

 

Supreme Court nominee has argued presidents should not be ...

Jun 29, 2018 - Brett Kavanaugh accepted President Trump's nomination to the Supreme Court July 9, after Justice Kennedy announced his retirement in June. ... U.S. Circuit Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, a former clerk for Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy who was nominated replace him, has argued ...

Kavanaugh's view that a president should not be distracted by lawsuits ...

www.chicagotribune.com/.../ct-kavanaugh-presidential-powers-20180710-story.html
Jul 10, 2018 - With the special counsel investigating whether Trump obstructed justice, questions about a president being subpoenaed or indicted could ...
Jul 9, 2018 - Brett Kavanaugh wrote that presidents shouldn't be “distracted” by ... “We should not burden a sitting President with civil suits, criminal investigations, .... Moreover, an impeached and removed President is still subject to ...

 

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5 minutes ago, bludog said:

 

Supreme Court nominee has argued presidents should not be ...

Jun 29, 2018 - Brett Kavanaugh accepted President Trump's nomination to the Supreme Court July 9, after Justice Kennedy announced his retirement in June. ... U.S. Circuit Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, a former clerk for Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy who was nominated replace him, has argued ...

Kavanaugh's view that a president should not be distracted by lawsuits ...

www.chicagotribune.com/.../ct-kavanaugh-presidential-powers-20180710-story.html
Jul 10, 2018 - With the special counsel investigating whether Trump obstructed justice, questions about a president being subpoenaed or indicted could ...
Jul 9, 2018 - Brett Kavanaugh wrote that presidents shouldn't be “distracted” by ... “We should not burden a sitting President with civil suits, criminal investigations, .... Moreover, an impeached and removed President is still subject to ...

 

And no one else shares that view?

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2 minutes ago, Chiseler said:

And no one else shares that view?

 

Kavanaugh is the only judge to have put it in writing.   In addition, there are almost no other judges who have supported that view.

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8 minutes ago, bludog said:

 

Kavanaugh is the only judge to have put it in writing.   In addition, there are almost no other judges who have supported that view.

You're making claims you cant prove.

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3 minutes ago, Chiseler said:

You're making claims you cant prove.

 

And you're not making any valid argument.  Just negative hyperbole. 

 

Google is your friend.  Oh.  You don't believe in finding out the truth anyway.

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41 minutes ago, merrill said:

"He picked the one guy who has specifically written that a president should not be the subject of a criminal investigation, which the president is right now," Booker said of Kavanaugh, saying the choice was the most self-serving Trump could have made.

 

The Trump and GOP crime family hard at work.

He said that years ago

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17 minutes ago, bludog said:

 

Kavanaugh is the only judge to have put it in writing.   In addition, there are almost no other judges who have supported that view.

He made those comments a decade ago I believe...

 

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4 minutes ago, bludog said:

 

And you're not making any valid argument.  Just negative hyperbole. 

 

Google is your friend.  Oh.  You don't believe in finding out the truth anyway.

What crime has Trump been charged with?

Google is your friend too

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11 minutes ago, bludog said:

 

And you're not making any valid argument.  Just negative hyperbole. 

 

Google is your friend.  Oh.  You don't believe in finding out the truth anyway.

my argument is that you and merill are making claims you cant prove, literal hyperbole. 

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1 hour ago, Z09 said:

What crime has Trump been charged with?

Google is your friend too

 

1 hour ago, Chiseler said:

my argument is that you and merill are making claims you cant prove, literal hyperbole. 

 

I quoted google directly above, showing evidence that Kavanaugh has written that a sitting president should not be burdened with suits or criminal prosecutions.  One responds by saying "What crimes has Trump been charged with?"  and the other parrots it and parrots me too, claiming he has an argument.

 

The evidence is:  Trump clearly picked Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court to avoid prosecution.  Not because be would be a good judge in any other way.  But because Kavanaugh would be a voice defending the president.  Evidently the president is in fear of his crimes, otherwise he would seek someone better qualified.

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Just now, bludog said:

 

 

I quoted google directly above, showing evidence that Kavanaugh has written that a sitting president should not be burdened with suits or criminal prosecutions.  One responds by saying "What crimes has Trump been charged with?"  and the other parrots it and parrots me too, claiming he has an argument.

 

The evidence is:  Trump clearly picked Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court to avoid prosecution.  Not because be would be a good judge in any other way.  But because Kavanaugh would be a voice defending the president.  Evidently the president is in fear of his crimes, otherwise he would seek someone better qualified.

you would need to prove everyone elses opinion of the subject is different than kavanaugh's for it to be clear. 

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4 minutes ago, Chiseler said:

you would need to prove everyone elses opinion of the subject is different than kavanaugh's for it to be clear. 

 

Heh heh.  Typical.  This could go on all day.

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4 hours ago, merrill said:

"He picked the one guy who has specifically written that a president should not be the subject of a criminal investigation, which the president is right now," Booker said of Kavanaugh, saying the choice was the most self-serving Trump could have made.

 

The Trump and GOP crime family hard at work.

trump is under criminal investigation?

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4 hours ago, merrill said:

"He picked the one guy who has specifically written that a president should not be the subject of a criminal investigation, which the president is right now," Booker said of Kavanaugh, saying the choice was the most self-serving Trump could have made.

 

The Trump and GOP crime family hard at work.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/top-supreme-court-prospect-has-argued-presidents-should-not-be-distracted-by-investigations-and-lawsuits/2018/06/29/2dd9c1cc-7baa-11e8-80be-6d32e182a3bc_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.7ceec2b79364

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3 hours ago, bludog said:

I quoted google directly above, showing evidence that Kavanaugh has written that a sitting president should not be burdened with suits or criminal prosecutions.  

 

The evidence is:  Trump clearly picked Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court to avoid prosecution. 

 

bluefog...where is your proof that Trump picked Kman to be a Justice so he could avoid prosecution since the Supreme Court does not prosecute the President ? (Seems like a emotional response since all of Trump's picks would be beholding to him !) Do you and your ultraliberal friends ever read about what you post / think or do you just go with what the agenda tells you ? I know merrill doesn't since he uses the (fake) news as his source !

 

The ultraliberal agenda driven media has taken things out of context to suit their agenda...again I say to you: The Supreme Court does not prosecute the President. The only thing the Supreme Court can do with a impeachment / conviction is to review it...to see if there was anything un-Constitutional in the whole process.

 

Below is the conclusion to the article Kman wrote where the ultraliberlas came up with more spin. I hope you will see he was writing in defence of Obama being distracted from his presidential duties....and Kmans writing has nothing to do with the Supreme Court; per se. 

 

 The challenges facing the forty-fourth President—like those facing presidents before him—are enormous and daunting. Separation of powers controversies like those that challenged his predecessors will recur. It is a good time to take stock of those lessons, to examine our foundational structures, and to develop creative solutions to address the structural challenges of the future. I hope these ideas help advance that discussion.

 

I have booked marked the article and will again read it...this time more carefully...look for passages.

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2 hours ago, Old Mack said:

The Supreme Court does not prosecute the President. The only thing the Supreme Court can do with a impeachment / conviction is to review it...to see if there was anything un-Constitutional in the whole process. 

 

Old Quack:---  With his strong convictions on the subect, Kavanaugh could easily convince other justices to find any impeachment proceeding unconstitutional.

https://www.politico.com/blogs/under-the-radar/2018/07/11/brett-kavanaugh-president-indicted-709641

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He does use some pretty strong language about the prospect of a criminal trial of a sitting president, saying it would "cripple the federal government"—an assessment that one could imagine leading a Supreme Court justice to step in to avert such a prospect.

 

Kavanaugh is quite fanatical on the subject.

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Kavanaugh was asked directly about his view on the subject two decades ago and signaled his belief that a presidential indictment was beyond the pale.

 

Here is the sad truth you will naturally, never acknowledge Old Quack.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2018/07/11/does-brett-kavanaugh-think-the-president-is-immune-from-criminal-charges/?utm_term=.60c2deef327e

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“Kavanaugh, who could be presiding over a case should the Pres be indicted, thinks that the Pres can’t stand trial. Trump has nominated a get-out-of-jail free card.”
— Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-N.Y.), on Twitter, July 9, 2018

It took a Democrat to speak this truth.

 

3 hours ago, Old Mack said:

I have booked marked the article and will again read it...this time more carefully...look for passages

 

What article.  Where did you get it from?

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