Tumgir
#scotus
bobbyo-1967 · 9 hours ago
Text
Did I Do Better On The LSAT's Than A Supreme Court Justice??
Did I Do Better On The LSAT’s Than A Supreme Court Justice??
13 August 2022 Patricia McCabe Public Information Officer United States Supreme Court 1 First Street, NE Washington, DC  20543 Dear Public Information Officer McCabe: Under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. subsection 552, I am requesting access to records that may have existed in original nomination presentation packets for each of the Justices.  If it was presented to the Senate…
Tumblr media
View On WordPress
4 notes · View notes
misteranthrope · a day ago
Text
Tumblr media
This should really be a bigger deal.
11 notes · View notes
gwydionmisha · 3 days ago
Link
0 notes
science00 · 4 days ago
Text
youtube
1 note · View note
authorkims · 4 days ago
Text
Tumblr media
1 note · View note
barefoot-n-texas · 4 days ago
Text
guess we dodged a bullet on the merrick garland SCOTUS thing.
wow. wut a cunt.
12 notes · View notes
drag-tween · 6 days ago
Link
0 notes
lgbtally4ever · 8 days ago
Text
Tumblr media
NOT a Christian Nation! THANK GOD!!!
But, with the current gang of Republicans/Conservatives/Christian Nationalist/White Supremacists and the RW SCOTUS, we may not be able to say that much longer!
0 notes
queenvlion · 8 days ago
Text
🚨📢📣⚠️➡️ INDIANA PASSES NEW ABORTION LAW TAKES EFFECT SEPTEMBER 15,2022. STATE HOUSE LEGISLATORS (63-28) STATE APPROVED (28-19). #ElectionsMatter 🗳
Tumblr media Tumblr media Tumblr media Tumblr media
0 notes
wondernwriter · 9 days ago
Text
🖕🏾
0 notes
mysharona1987 · 9 days ago
Text
Gop: “A ten year old rape victim should be forced to give birth.” They believe this.
There are no words.
67 notes · View notes
magnaesquire · 9 days ago
Text
Tumblr media
0 notes
authorkims · 4 days ago
Text
Tumblr media
0 notes
imall4frogs · 10 days ago
Text
“Please do not tell my parents that I’m working as a clerk for the U.S. Supreme Court. They think I’m the piano player at a whorehouse.”
—anyone with any standards
4 notes · View notes
hezigler · 10 days ago
Text
Watch "Honest Government Ad | SCOTUS 🇺🇸" on YouTube
youtube
Register and Vote!
0 notes
politishaun · 7 days ago
Link
Supreme Court confirmation hearings aren’t usually burned into people’s minds, but there were a number of things that went down during Brett Kavanaugh‘s that will be difficult to ever forget. For one thing, the fact that he referenced his love of beer approximately 30 times, telling the lawmakers interviewing him for the job: “We drank beer. My friends and I. Boys and girls. Yes, we drank beer. I liked beer. Still like beer. We drank beer.” For another thing, the fact that his answer to the question “Was there ever a time when you drank so much that you couldn’t remember what happened or part of what happened the night before?” wasn’t a simple “No” or “Not since college,” but “Have you?” Then, of course, there was the weeping over calendars.
Still, the thing that probably struck people as the most memorable, because it was the most disturbing, was the fact that much of the proceedings centered around the credible accusations of sexual misconduct that had been lodged against the would-be justice, most notably by Christine Blasey Ford, who testified that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted and tried to rape her when they were in high school. (Kavanaugh has denied this and all other allegations against him.)
Given these allegations—in addition to Kavanaugh’s temperament, which, to put it in terms he can understand, could be best described as “a hothead who just did a 10 Jägerbombs”—it struck many as outrageous for him to be given a lifetime appointment on the Supreme Court. That sense of outrage only deepened last year, when we learned that the FBI had received 4,500—4,500!—tips about Kavanaugh, which were referred to the White House, i.e. the organization trying to get the guy confirmed to the Court. And now, the FBI has confirmed that, yeah, it didn’t really feel the need to look into any of those tips, and when it did follow up on some, the White House was making sure it didn’t dig too far...
Anyway, now Justice Beer Bong has helped take away the rights of half the country—and who knows what’s coming next!
16 notes · View notes