Founding Father Haunts Obama With 200-Year-Old SCOTUS BOMBSHELL He Won’t Want Out
Merrick B. Garland, nominee for the current vacancy on the Supreme Court who once stood against the Second Amendment and the people of the District of Columbia’s right to keep and bear arms for self-protection, may not quite be the moderate the Obama administration would want the American people to think he is.
At any rate, the Republicans in the Senate have refused to meet with Garland, have promised not to hold any hearings, and appear resolved to wait until the next president is elected before moving forward with a nominee.
Now, powerful Senate Democrats including Harry Reid are quick to use the shame and blame game in an effort to force Senate Republicans to confirm Garland as the next Supreme Court justice. “Why can’t the Republicans just do what they’re supposed to, do their jobs?” Reid said. “I don’t get what the Republicans are trying to do.”
What is clear is the Democrats are attempting to push through a nomination which would further sway the Supreme Court, likely for decades, to the more progressive side with five justices being liberal and four being considered conservative. The Republicans, who control the Senate by majority, are in no such rush.
The stalemate has led some investigative journalists to seek guidance from our nation’s founding fathers.