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Today's SCOTUS Ruling Is Not A Win For America

The Supreme Court on Monday issued its ruling, a 6-3 vote, in the highly anticipated case to determine whether presidents have immunity in their actions, official and unofficial.

The full opinion file, includes the majority opinion, concurring opinions from Justices Clarence Thomas and Amy Coney Barrett, and the dissent written by Justice Sonia Sotomayor.



Many of the "conservative" political pundits call this a "yuge" win for former President Donald Trump. The Gateway Pundit cites on their home page "TRUMP WINS! Supreme Court Rules 6-3 on Presidential Immunity – “Court holds that a former president has absolute immunity for his core constitutional powers.”


Benny Johnson on Twitter: BREAKING: BOMBSHELL Supreme Court Ruling Grants Trump IMMUNITY! MASSIVE Trump WIN | DC in PANIC.


InfoWars headline reads "Supreme Court Devastates Deep State’s Witch Hunt Against Trump In Massive Ruling!" Ah yes, the "Deep state & the Chi-Comms." I digress.


Today was one giant step toward Monarchy, which another step closer to end game. Yes, the Gateway Pundit is partially correct in stating "Trump Wins." But do you know who else wins? Clinton, Bush, Obama, and Biden. Does this means long as they put it on an official White House memo and sign it, they are covered? Read on:


"Under our constitutional structure of separated powers, the nature of Presidential power entitles a former President to absolute immunity from criminal prosecution for actions within his conclusive and preclusive constitutional authority."


Ladies and gentlemen, this is a huge "L" for the people of this country. I do not understand how people can cheer this. What this really means is we have no chance of accountability. Something I've been talking about for a long, long time.

God bless,

George







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pitchfork8
Jul 02

Hi George - Florida attorney Jeff Childers, who is also a Substack author, had a take that Trump v. United States "historically and permanently altered the landscape of federal government overreach" and "before Trump, presidents obviously enjoyed de facto total immunity. The unspoken rule that everyone followed was that nobody can prosecute the President, or even a former President. During the period the de facto total immunity rule reigned, the Supreme Court never had to address Presidential immunity. There were no cases; that’s how absolute the immunity was. But now that the Court has crafted a de jure (legal) rubric, Presidents who do illegal things can be prosecuted. They can now be prosecuted much more easily, in fact."


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pitchfork8
Jul 02
Replying to

Sorry, looks like I hit the character limit on my comment above - the rest of it is:

He explains in detail here why he thinks so: https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/devastating-tuesday-july-2-2024-c

Do you think he is wrong in his assessment?

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darwldf
Jul 02

Wow, thanks for the update George... the problems are deep and I take your point for sure, accountability!

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The Fact Hunter
The Fact Hunter
Jul 01

God bless my friend, have a great week!

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Ryan Risselman
Ryan Risselman
Jul 01

Great point that I hadn't considered. I was only thinking this was a victory for Trump, as I felt it's been a purely political witchhunt going after him, as there's no way this man went from not even having a traffic ticket in 70+ years to all the sudden committing 94 felonies or whatever egregious amount they've charged him with. However, I didn't take into account the effect this ruling has on our Presidents past, present and future who are committing ACTUAL crimes in office. Accountability isn't locking people up we don't like (ala Trump), but it's locking up those who have done very real and very documented crimes against the American people (Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama, Biden, etc. …

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