Leftists Bury Another Norm: Protesters Target Homes of SCOTUS Justices
After angry public reaction to the leaked Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito draft opinion on reversing Roe v. Wade, Justice Clarence Thomas said: “We are becoming addicted to wanting particular outcomes, not living with the outcomes we don't like. We can't be an institution that can be bullied into giving you just the outcomes you want. The events from earlier this week are a symptom…
Why Mother’s Day Weekend?
Irony doesn’t begin to explain why pro-choice activists chose Mother’s Day weekend to picket the homes of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts, who appear ready to overturn Roe v. Wade. In an age when there appear to be fewer consequences for violating moral or statutory laws, demonstrators and protesters outside the Supreme Court building seem to have…
WashPost Puffs Kavanaugh Neighbor Organizing Protests Outside His Home
The Washington Post has a bad habit of applauding rudeness – when it’s “progressive.” For Monday's paper, Ellie Silverman, a reporter covering “protest movements,” penned a salute to Lacie Wooten-Holway, a neighbor of Justice Brett Kavanaugh who organized "doomsday" pro-abortion protests in front of his house.
CNN's Jarrett: Screw 'Civility,' Protests Outside Justices' Homes Okay
On New Day, CNN reporter Laura Jarrett, daughter of former top Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett, supports pro-abortion protests outside the homes of conservative Supreme Court Justices. She says a conversation about "civility . . . misses the mark."
Big Tech Lets Leftist Group Doxxing SCOTUS to Remain on Platforms
A leftist group posted home addresses of six right-leaning Supreme Court justices but hasn’t been restricted by any major social media sites. The doxxing attack appears to violate several site policies such as harassment and sharing content that reveals others’ private information.
Cross Hits GOP Sens As Jackson's 'Basic Ass' 'Intellectual Inferiors'
Supreme Court nominees having to answer questions from senators is part of the process, but MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross used her Saturday show to declare that Ketanji Brown Jackson having to answer questions from her “basic ass” “intellectual inferiors” is proof that black women face hurdles in America that others do not.
Column: Liberals Are Rather Shameless on Ketanji vs. Kavanaugh
The shamelessness of liberal politicians and journalists is displayed by their unique outrage at the treatment of Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, as if everyone forgot the smearing of Brett Kavanaugh with unsubstantiated sexual allegations, including teenaged gang rape. Shameless Dan Rather is Exhibit A.
Ex-NYT Scribe SEETHES: ‘How Low Will' the GOP 'Go?'
As the Senate vote approaches to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, former New York Times Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse laid into Republican senators for daring to question Biden’s nominee. In the Sunday Review, “On Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, How Low Will Senate Republicans Go?” Greenhouse, freed from pro forma expectations of journalistic objectivity, was…
Pants on Fire: WashPost Editor Pretends Kavanaugh Was Never Smeared
Was this epic shamelessness or remarkable amnesia? Washington Post deputy editorial page editor Ruth Marcus penned a piece in the Sunday paper headlined "Confirmation hearings? More like defamation hearings." Online, the headline was "Forget advise and consent. This is smear and degrade." It's like nothing ever happened to Brett Kavanaugh.
Repulsive NY Times Weeps for Jackson, Defends Dem Assault on Kavanaugh
The New York Times front page went all in in feverish support of Biden Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on Friday’s front page, with reliable Democratic defender Carl Hulse viciously and hypocritically attacking Republicans for peppering Jackson with policy questions in a “news analysis,” “A Broken Confirmation Process on Full Display.” Four years after the Democrats…
INSANE WashPost: GOP Were WORSE on Jackson Than Dems on Kavanaugh
For anyone in the news business who wants to convince people that their profession isn’t the enemy of the people, they need to address things like Thursday’s lead editorial in The Washington Post. In 515 words, they had the gall to claim Biden Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson was treated worse by Republicans in her confirmation hearings than what Democrats did to now-…
Nina Totenberg and NPR Pals Mourn Partisan Bitterness on Rape Claims
Monday's edition of The NPR Politics Podcast sounded a little bizarre to conservatives. Nina Totenberg, who slimed Clarence Thomas in 1991 with unproven sexual harassment claims, joined two colleagues in lamenting the GOP bitterness after Brett Kavanaugh was subjected to unproven rape claims in 2018. Would NPR reporter be bitter if they were accused of rape?
Kimmel Attacks GOP's 'Subtle Racism Jamboree' in Jackson Hearing
ABC's left-wing late night host and alleged comedian Jimmy Kimmel tried his hand at Supreme Court analysis on his Monday show and failed miserably as he accused Republicans of treating Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings as a “subtle racism jamboree.” He then declared the prospect of her being approved to the high court by a party-line vote in the Senate to be the GOP's “…
The View Forced to Read Legal Note After Smearing Conservative Justice
During their manic Monday defense of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson from extra scrutiny of her record regarding her apparent leniency with sex crimes on ABC’s The View, the cackling coven decided to falsely claim that Justices Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh were “credibly accused” of sexual misconduct. Because of this smear, co-host Sunny Hostin was forced to deliver a “legal note”…