Democrats forced to sack team of rape accusers

UPDATE: Ruth Bader Ginsburg – racist:

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58 Responses to Democrats forced to sack team of rape accusers

  1. Roger

    Millions of Americans are now expecting The Handmaid’s Tale to come true.

    Chuckle.

  2. John Brumble

    What a smarmy, smug, dishonest article from the NYT.

  3. Mak Siccar

    Love the heading, CL.

  4. Zatara

    No worries. Their Anti-Catholic, pro-murder in the womb hate squad has been warming up on the sidelines.

    Before the Democrats get into their “but we don’t have time to properly research her, etc.” mode remember that the same cast of numb-nuts just confirmed her as a Federal Judge in 2017 (and cast aspersions on her faith then as well).

  5. Mak Siccar

    On second thoughts, the Dems might bring out their team of male rape accusers.

  6. Robber Baron

    Trump is challenging Soros. Soros is funding AGs, Trump is appointing Federal judges.

    Rob Hulls appointments in Victoria set the state up for Marxism. Trump is fighting Marxism well.

  7. Frank

    On second thoughts, the Dems might bring out their team of male rape accusers.

    Is she married and is her husband or son(s) vulnerable to accusation. That would be one way to go about it, the suggestion being that she is an enabler instead of a perpetrator.

  8. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    The ALPBC has noted “she is well known for her conservative religious views”.

    How very predictable.

  9. notafan

    Frank mother of seven including two adopted children from Haiti.

    Getting attacked on Twitter over the adoption.

    Lefties be sickos.

  10. Mother Lode

    It is funny the way Democrats see that they have a possession of seats on the Supreme Court.

    I when a Democrat sympathetic justice passes, they must be replaced by a Democrat sympathetic judge.

    This would mean that when the Supreme Court was first put together it comprised 5 Progressives and four conservatives. Otherwise at some point are conservative replaced to progressive, or a progressive replace to conservative.

    But these mythological unwritten ‘rules’, with absolutely no substance, are needed for them to carry on with conviction.

    That is pathetic enough. But then the think that the other guys must also recognise these unwritten rules. And therefore when they do not act according to them, they are doing evil.

    Ultimately it is always about muh feelz.

  11. Mother Lode

    The Constitution, which was deliberately set out in writing, is a living (changing) document.

    The unwritten rules about comprising the Supreme Court however are immutable and absolute.

  12. Entropy

    It is appalling that ones political persuasion is the Relevant consideration when getting the gig as a judge hearing constitutional cases.

  13. Rex Anger

    On second thoughts, the Dems might bring out their team of male rape accusers.

    But…but…but.. Everyone knows males can’t get raped, just like only white folks are racist and females can’t be abusers.

    While I am sure the leftwits have a team of male ‘rape victims’ for tbe purposes of activist complaints (should conservatives ever break out their ‘unicorn’ option of a charismatic, gay conservative who needs urgent defenestration), the utter disruption this would cause their narratives is up there with the sort of disruption to LA’s rush hour traffic you get from dropping a 5kt nuke on the city centre…

  14. Genghis

    There are plenty of precedents of appointments to the US Supreme Court not voting the way people thought they would. I believe Amy has already stated she would not overturn Wade vs Rowe. However I believe she would stop healthy unborne children in the fourth Symester being murdered.

  15. cuckoo

    Not so fast CL:

    Mr. Trump plans to announce on Saturday that she is his choice, according to six people close to the process who asked not to be identified disclosing the decision in advance.

    Barrett probably is the choice, but all of those bolded phrases are usually New York Times code for “we’re just making this $h!t up”

  16. Leo G

    “The president has repeatedly made baseless claims that the Democrats are trying to steal the election …” – NYT

    LOL

  17. cuckoo

    I’m betting they’ll find a few adults who suddenly ‘remember’ being sexually abused as children by members of Barrett’s particular denomination. With the by-now-obligatory satanic rituals. Unless the Dems decide not to alienate the Satan-worshipping part of their base.

  18. I saw a good meme the other day.
    Photo of Blasey Ford at the Senate hearing “Yes I remember now senator, Amy Coney Barrett was standing there laughing while Kavanaugh was raping me.”

    Guns and ammunition will stay in short supply over the next couple of years.
    The NRA has been keeping its powder dry (heh) regarding numerous State gun laws such as magazine capacity, silencers etc until a more gun friendly SCOTUS is sitting.
    ACB is pro 2A.

    As for abortion, I expect moves will be made to enshrine heartbeat law like some states have. No need to reverse Rove v Wade.
    I’m looking forward to Planned Parenthood going out of business.

  19. Frank

    It is appalling that ones political persuasion is the Relevant consideration when getting the gig as a judge hearing constitutional cases.

    Says a lot about the law doesn’t it.

  20. William the Conjuror

    The NYT has pre-empted the announcement, citing unnamed sources. But, the Handmaid*, Scalia’s Apprentice, does seem to be the likely nominee. Unless Trump tries to lock in the Florida vote by nominating the Cuban born Barbara Lagoa.

    [* Barrett and her husband have long been active members of People of Praise, a male dominated Catholic sect. In the lesser roles afforded to women in the sect the highest role was originally termed “handmaid” (or handmaiden), a name chosen in 1971 but later changed to “woman leader” (after 1985, when The Handmaid’s Tale was published?).]

  21. Boambee John

    Frank

    That would be one way to go about it, the suggestion being that she is an enabler instead of a perpetrator.

    Might be a bit too close to the Clintons to take that path.

  22. William the Conjuror

    Not so fast CL:

    Lol.

    Roe v Wade
    Roe v Wade
    Roe v Wade

  23. Boambee John

    Bill the Card Sharp shows his religious bigotry.

  24. William wants to be lectured to about abortion and women’s rights by (tacit) forced abortion advocate and Scientologist hero, Elisabeth Moss?

    Okay loser. You have chosen poorly!

    Say hi to Xenu for me.

  25. Zatara

    Anyone who still doesn’t believe the left plans this stuff in detail and issues guidance to the rioters might want to peruse this.

    SCOTUS Rapid Response Action Guide

  26. Lee

    Frank mother of seven including two adopted children from Haiti.

    Getting attacked on Twitter over the adoption.

    The haters shouldn’t go there.
    Aren’t Bill and Hillary Clinton’s names absolute mud in Haiti?

  27. Zatara

    There is nothing male-dominated about the People of Praise.

    Didn’t take long for the bigotry to appear though.

  28. She is from Mississippi and I suspect the Democrats have lots of agents looking for something that could be used as racism. The Democrats are losing the black vote and are in a panic about it.

  29. Another Ian

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-to-nominate-amy-coney-barrett-to-supreme-court-sources

    At least this one allows “is expected to” so any bets on Lagoa aren’t done yet

  30. Roger

    Scratch a Progressive and you’ll usually find a eugenicist underneath.

    Going off topic, but it’s a major fault line in the worldwide Anglican Communion

  31. William the Conjuror

    Scratch a Progressive and you’ll usually find a eugenicist underneath.

    Going off topic, but it’s a major fault line in the worldwide Anglican Communion

    Maybe not far off topic. People of Praise do have some strong leanings to Episcopalian dogma.

  32. Roger

    People of Praise do have some strong leanings to Episcopalian dogma.

    The only Episcopalian dogma is Wokeness.

    They’re the most liberal national church in the Anglican Communion.

  33. Crossie

    The Catholic bishop who is lauding RBG has nothing to say about her abortion advocacy. Did he think nobody would notice? American Catholic leadership is worthless.

  34. Maybe not far off topic. People of Praise do have some strong leanings to Episcopalian dogma.

    Handmaidens?

    You should see some of the stuff Elisabeth Moss (Scientologist) and Margaret Atwood (post menopausal cat lady) believe.

    Aren’t you dying of cancer Grigory?

    Don’t tell me you lied, it would break my heart.

  35. Ed Case

    ***UPDATE: Ruth Bader Ginsburg – racist:***
    for stating
    ***“I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”***
    You’re assuming RBG was referring to black people?
    That’s a big assumption to make, perhaps unsupported by the circumstances of the day [1973].

  36. Ed Case

    Questions about ACB’s Haitian Adoptions surfacing on Twitter, according to Steve Sailer commenters.
    Apparenty there are heaps of Catholioc Orphanages on Haiti, were the Adoptions done correctly, or not?

  37. Ed Case

    *** People of Praise do have some strong leanings to Episcopalian dogma.***
    Sounds like heretics to me.
    Of course, should Roe vs Wade be struck down, the issue then devolves to the States.
    English Common Law sought no penalty for abortion up until the fetus’s first kick, so the hysteria of the last 100 years has only benefited criminals and unscrupulous pols on the make.

  38. Colonel Crispin Berka

    This is a sad day for USA libertarians, seeing Trump pick the more authoritarian of the candidates, but then that’s hardly surprising coming from him. This was the opinion of Barnes_Law on twitter and I suspect he knows more about the candidates than any Cats.

  39. Tiny Dancer

    No doubt Barrett would have scissored some drunk woman in college

  40. Boambee John

    unscrupulous pols on the make.

    Ed

    RBG is hardly in her grave, show more respect.

  41. PB

    Bader exemplified the nature of Nation-wrecking treason from within.

  42. notafan

    With nothing else to stick their mangy noses in the adoption of two children is the attack dogs topic of choice.

    Depraved.

  43. John A

    Ed Case #3598167, posted on September 26, 2020, at 2:26 pm

    ***UPDATE: Ruth Bader Ginsburg – racist:***
    for stating
    ***“I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”***
    You’re assuming RBG was referring to black people?
    That’s a big assumption to make, perhaps unsupported by the circumstances of the day [1973].

    Doesn’t have to be. Could be any sort of discrimination resulting in selective eugenics. Equally repugnant.

  44. William the Conjuror

    Ed Case #3598167, posted on September 26, 2020, at 2:26 pm

    ***UPDATE: Ruth Bader Ginsburg – racist:***
    for stating
    ***“I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”***
    You’re assuming RBG was referring to black people?
    That’s a big assumption to make, perhaps unsupported by the circumstances of the day [1973].

    Doesn’t have to be. Could be any sort of discrimination resulting in selective eugenics. Equally repugnant.

    It was a reference by Ginsburg to the activities of the Zero Population Group that was formed in 1968 and was actively anti-immigration and propounding “passive eugenics” at the time of Roe v Wade (1973). The Group is still active today under a different name.

  45. William the Conjuror
    #3598019, posted on September 26, 2020 at 12:05 pm

    [* Barrett and her husband have long been active members of People of Praise, a male dominated Catholic sect. In the lesser roles afforded to women in the sect the highest role was originally termed “handmaid” (or handmaiden), a name chosen in 1971 but later changed to “woman leader” (after 1985, when The Handmaid’s Tale was published?).]

    It’s low information, low life arseholes like William here who take newspaper opinion pieces as gospel, then spread it around as if it was fact and sow division. BASTARD PRICK.
    Here’s some truth…

    Multiple news outlets, including Newsweek, falsely reported that the Catholic group People of Praise was the inspiration for “The Handmaid’s Tale” before issuing corrections, and highlighted Barrett’s reported connections with the group.

    And

    People of Praise has not confirmed or denied Barrett’s membership, according to Reuters, ever since a 2017 New York Times article reported she was a member of the group.

    So there you have it. Arsehole news outlets lie to smear someone, then issue a correction but other utter tosspots like William don’t see the corrections and continue to spread misinformation.’ PRICK.

    The Newsweek story said Atwood was inspired by the New Jersey based “People of Hope” when she wrote “The Handmaid’s Tale,” adding: “People of Praise has never had a presence in the state of New Jersey.”

    So the book was inspired by a group that’s NOT the group William falsely claimd ACB was a member of. Nor does the falsely claimed group exist in the state the other group was claimed to be inspiration for the book. Double falsety.
    Well done you low life arsehole.
    I bet you still believe Brett Kavanaugh is a rapist.

  46. William the Conjuror
    #3598019, posted on September 26, 2020 at 12:05 pm

    I had posted a harsh response to this t o s s pot but it’s in the bin.
    You are spreading l i e s William. The book wasn’t based on People of Praise (People of Hope actually) nor has there ever been confirmation that ACB is a member of that or any other group.

    People like you enable the #FakeNewsMedia to keep lying. You gullible people keep swallowing it.
    Do some proper research and correct your false post.

  47. Tim Neilson

    It was a reference by Ginsburg to the activities of the Zero Population Group that was formed in 1968 and was actively anti-immigration and propounding “passive eugenics” at the time of Roe v Wade (1973).

    You’re sure about that?
    You’ve got supporting evidence I suppose?

    A counter-indicator is that on the bench before her SC nomination RBG never hired an African-American. In the Senate hearings she said it would be easier to get good African-American help from the SC bench, but after getting on the SC she hired only one “African-American” out of over 100 hires, and he was a pretty light skinned looking guy.

  48. Ed Case

    I believe that in 40 years on the Bench, Ginsberg made 160 hires, one very light skinned black who was shortlisted by Obama for the Garland nomination made it to a Clerkship.
    Unsure why people thought the reference was to blacks, since Ginsburg had never lived or worked around blacks.
    Some believe that Roe Vs Wade led to massive black abortion, but the evidence isn’t there.
    At the time of R v W the figures were 60/30/10 for white/black/hispanic abortions, the white/black ratio now is 50/50.

  49. William the Conjuror

    It was a reference by Ginsburg to the activities of the Zero Population Group that was formed in 1968 and was actively anti-immigration and propounding “passive eugenics” at the time of Roe v Wade (1973).

    You’re sure about that?
    You’ve got supporting evidence I suppose?

    Interview of Ginsburg by Emily Bazelon published in NYT in July 2009

    JUSTICE GINSBURG: Reproductive choice has to be straightened out. There will never be a woman of means without choice anymore. That just seems to me so obvious. The states that had changed their abortion laws before Roe [to make abortion legal] are not going to change back. So we have a policy that affects only poor women, and it can never be otherwise, and I don’t know why this hasn’t been said more often.

    Q: Are you talking about the distances women have to travel because in parts of the country, abortion is essentially unavailable, because there are so few doctors and clinics that do the procedure? And also, the lack of Medicaid for abortions for poor women?

    JUSTICE GINSBURG: Yes, the ruling about that surprised me. [Harris v. McRae — in 1980 the court upheld the Hyde Amendment, which forbids the use of Medicaid for abortions.] Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion. Which some people felt would risk coercing women into having abortions when they didn’t really want them. But when the court decided McRae, the case came out the other way. And then I realized that my perception of it had been altogether wrong.

    Q: When you say that reproductive rights need to be straightened out, what do you mean?

    JUSTICE GINSBURG: The basic thing is that the government has no business making that choice for a woman.

    Three years later Bazelon interviewed Ginsburg again and published a further piece in which the late Justice clarified what she had said about the circumstances at the time of Roe v Wade:

    “Emily, you know that that line, which you quoted accurately, was vastly misinterpreted,” she said. “I was surprised that the court went as far as it did in Roe v. Wade, and I did think that with the Medicaid reimbursement cases down the road that perhaps the court was thinking it did want more women to have access to reproductive choice. At the time, there was a concern about too many people inhabiting our planet. There was an organization called Zero Population Growth.” She continued, “In the press, there were articles about the danger of crowding our planet. So there was at the time of Roe v. Wade considerable concern about overpopulation.”

  50. a reader

    Sock Puppets galore on this thread. Struth

  51. amortiser

    Don’t you just love the euphemisms. “Reproductive choice” for killing unborn children. This coming from a judge too who is supposed to be very particular about the meaning of words.

    People make reproductive choices when they engage in intimate sexual relations. It can result in pregnancy. Another human being then exists as a result of that choice.

    Abortion is an entirely different matter. Legal abortion is giving people a choice to kill another human being. It would be better termed “homicidal choice”.

  52. JUSTICE GINSBURG: The basic thing is that the government has no business making that choice for a woman.

    Twin sisters get pregnant at the same time.
    Sister A gives birth to a prem baby at 7 months. B continues with pregnancy.
    At month number 8, sister B decides she doesn’t want to have a baby and decides to abort.
    The government apparently has no business making that choice for her.

    At the very same time, sister A decides having a one month old baby is too much trouble. Decides to end her motherhood.
    Does the government have no right making that choice for her? The two babies are the same age from conception. One is safe in the womb, the other safe in the cot.
    OK to kill one, but life prison for killing the other?

    Ginsburg was too busy worrying about the choices of the mother (after the mother ignored the many choices she had NOT to get pregnant or even to take the morning after pill) while ignoring the lack of choices and rights of the unborn.

    She was an evil woman in my opinion. Millions died due to her stance on this issue.

  53. Ed Case

    At what point do the ”unborn” assume Legal Rights?
    The moment of conception?

  54. Professor Fred Lenin

    Bidens latest is a classic ,”my180 yesrs in the senate and 10years as vice president !!!
    Added to ,
    100million dies of covids this year .
    150 million killed by firearms
    We will spend fifty thousand humdred er trillion hundred thousad do;lars .
    They are definitately giving him anti dementia drugs ,he gsts a sting and performs to his usual stupid standard thenhe is exhausted for acday as the drug effect diminishes , will Soros call the shotsif he gets inby cheating? Harris is a nothking ,Soros and the other “communist fascist billionaires are paying the piper and calling the shots ,power by proxy ,and a pitifull oroxy at that .

  55. Ozman

    TRUMP TROLLS The Losers!

    So that the cacophony of the demonics will begin on time, Trump calls for a respectful and dignified’ Senate confirmation hearing for Amy Coney Barrett’s appointment to the Supreme Court of United States.

    True to form the pedophiles begin attacking her adopted Haitian children that were rescued from the Clinton Foundation’s FTC program that also raped the Haitian economy and pocketed billions.

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