Thanks a lot, Federalist Society — Supreme Court stabs Trump in the back
No good deed goes unpunished — a lesson President Trump learned well Friday night when his three nominees for the U.S. Supreme Court all went John Roberts on him and left him at the mercies of, well, let’s quote Dementia Joe Biden bragging in October about how he was planning to “win” the election.
“We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”
Can anyone deny it?
But now it’s time to consider what happens next. Fortunately, Dementia Joe is laying out his agenda, or something, for all to see.
In a virtual meeting this week with such civil rights icons as the Rev. Al Sharpton, Biden talked about the Senate runoffs coming up in … well, somewhere.
All dialogue guaranteed verbatim:
“I don’t think we should (make) that a big issue goin’ into before Jan. 5 when the election takes place down in in uh um uh in um –”
“Georgia?” Kamala Harris suggests.
“In Georgia,” he repeats. You know, the place.
So Biden tells the crowd that they should basically shut up about “defund the police.” And do you know why?
“That’s how they beat the living hell out of us all over the country, saying that we’re talkin’ about defundin’ the police.”
So Joe admits the GOP beat the living hell out of the Democrats. But oddly, he “won” the presidency. Somehow, though, those three wonderful Federalist Society-vetted SCOTUS justices pulled a Sgt. Schultz and saw NOTHING.
Don’t worry, though, once the Democrats control everything, then Rev. Al et al. can really go after the cops.
“I guarantee there will be a full-blown commission. I guarantee you it’s a major major major element.”
Biden’s got “major” on the brain, or what’s left of it. Major is also the name of the German shepherd he has claimed knocked him over and put his foot in a cast of sorts. Biden’s explanation of the alleged accident was another strange moment recently for Dementia Joe.
Biden said he just gotten out of the shower and was walking down an “alleyway” in his house when suddenly he decided to grab the dog’s tail. At that point the hound “slid on a throw rug and I tripped on the rug he slid on. That’s what happened.”
Are throw rugs a good idea when you have someone as mentally and physically decrepit as Dementia Joe roaming the “alleyways”? Not to mention pulling a police dog’s tail.
Joe also introduced some new cabinet nominees.
“For secretary of health and education I nominate Xavier Bakaria, you know, Bacerra, excuse me.”
He also mispronounced the California AG’s first name, as “Havier.” But even worse was Biden forgetting the actual name of the agency, which is Health and Human Services.
It used to be known as the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW). The name was changed in 1979, when Dementia Joe was in his second Senate term. But he couldn’t even correctly remember the former name of the agency.
On the zoom call, there was also a dispute, as best I can decipher, about a white guy named Vilsack being in the mix for agriculture secretary. I’ll leave it to Joe to explain the problem:
“One of the things I’d be concerned about just as was pointed out to me that you wanted me to be concerned Derrick I think it was you said it about you know uh uh um uh dealing with um Vilsack uh and uh in terms of a uh ag — agriculture.”
He also continues to have “major” problems reading numbers off the teleprompter — he predicted 250,000 more virus deaths by January. Surely he meant to say 25,000?
Then he introduced some of his health team.
“This team, this team will help get the latest at the last 100 million COVID-19 vaccines, at least 100 million COVID vaccine shots into the arms of the American people in the first 100 days.”
Latest, last, least, who’s counting?
“A hundred million shots in the first 100 days!”
One hundred million shots? Sounds like a traditional Kennedy family weekend. Hunter would fit in well down there in Hyannis Port, too.
Biden also promised that there will soon be “more psychologists and psychiatrists on the telephone when the 911 calls come through.”
But what happens if Biden and his ventriloquist, I mean vice president, disagree on an issue?
“If there’s a fundamental disagreement we have based on some moral principle I’ll uh I’ll I’ll I’ll I’ll I’ll develop some disease and say I have to resign.”
So Biden is going to say he’s “ill,” or is it “I’ll?
He also assured Rev. Al that “no one’s fought harder to get rid of assault weapons than me. ME!”
Yes, who can forget Biden’s impassioned attacks on the campaign trail against “AR 14’s” and those infernal firearms that have, as he put it, “20, 30, 40, 50 clips in a weapon.”
But Dementia Joe couldn’t have done it by himself.
“I credit everyone who’s gotten up to we’ve has gotten us up to this point.”
And that’s the point we’re at. I hope the Federalist Society is pleased with their three new justices.