You hear some awfully funny things online. On Monday, we heard a benediction pronounced after the Michigan Electors committed treason. Later, while Texas was casting their Electoral Votes, we heard mention of Chief Justice Roberts screaming at his fellow SCOTUS judges.
No! Say it cannot be! Judges are above politics. Irreproachable. Job security for life. Independent.
Or are they!?
The source of the intel is an unnamed clerk in the Supreme Court of the United States who heard-what-he-heard last Friday when the Justices retired to deliberate on whether or not to take Texas' case against the embattled states so obviously riddled with election fraud.
Usually deliberations are quiet and professional, sometimes conducted telephonically. But given the gravity of the situation, the Justices chose to deliberate face-to-face on Friday.
Chief Justice John Roberts could be plainly heard from the down the hall screaming, "Are you going to be responsible forthe rioting if we hear this case?"
Well, it's a nice theory anyways. Sometimes it actually works that way, at least, with Justices who don't refer to the President as a "motherf**ker." (That's right, Roberts. We know!)
Roberts was also overheard to say, "Don’t tell me about Bush v. Gore, we weren’t dealing with riots then...You are forgetting what your role here is Neil, and I don’t want to hear from the two junior justices anymore. I will tell you how you will vote.”
Odd language from a man who was involved with the Bush/Gore thing himself in 2000 as were Kavanaugh and Barrett. At least we know Barrett and Kavanaugh tried.
Justice Clarence Thomas responded to Justice Roberts' scream by calmly saying, "This will end be the end of democracy, John."
Conspicuous by its absence is anything you'd expect a Justice to have good reason to scream about, like, oh I dunno: THE CONSTITUTION.
There's been a rumor afoot for a very long time that I've never wanted to think about, let alone research, and I still don't. But Justice Roberts' alleged outburst on Friday makes it necessary. My friend "Gen Z Conservative" has done an excellent job researching this rumor for his article Is It True that Chief Justice John Roberts Visited Epstein’s Island?
Here's what he had to say:
The fact that Lin Wood put his personal and professional reputation on the line with this daring tweet tells me there's fire, not merely smoke.
The timing of his tweet is fascinating too: June 29th, 2020.
Justice Roberts had been hospitalized on June 21st for a injury to his head that left him covered in blood.
Cause? Well, first they went all seizure about it because he supposedly suffered a seizure in 1993 and again in 2007, but then they blamed it on that oldie-but-goodie catch-all excuse: dehydration. Uh-huh. It's interesting to note that the accident came, according to Yahoo! Money, "eight days before [Roberts] sided with liberal justices to strike down a Louisiana law restricting who can perform abortions. The chief justice has sided with liberals on a slew of rulings recently."
A lot of people are beginning to seriously wonder if Roberts is compromised. What if he was on Pedo, I mean, Epstein Island? There is a photograph that seems to confirm that the "John Roberts" in the flight log may actually be John Roberts the judge.
If so, is he being blackmailed? Since 2013, rumors that something was "off" about the adoption of Roberts' two Irish children have led to suspicions of blackmail. Then the Epstein thing came along.
I also wonder if his head wound may've been from being physically attacked? (Think Mitch McConnell!)
He could be blackmailed. He might've been biffed. But what about bribes?
Copious Mel (@LtlM55) on Twitter had this to say:
Her data comes from OpenSecrets.org which I checked fastidiously. I verified we are indeed talking about that John G. Roberts. And yes, his personal finances did increase precipitously, rather like ballots for Joe Biden in the wee hours of 11/4.
That's mighty fine kale for a man who makes $277,700 per year with a raise of only $2,000-3,000 each year. And no, the wife's income can't explain it either.
L. Lin Wood said it best in his tweets yesterday: "We The People are entitled to answers. You work for us, Justice Roberts."
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