Monday, February 15, 2016

I Double Dog Dare Obama To Nominate Her

From Fox News: While the skirmish lines are forming in Congress over President Obama’s nomination of a successor to the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia – the president first will have to make his choice known before the battle can be joined....
And Obama will have plenty of names from which to choose. While not an official “short list,” the following list of potential nominees is based on past nominations and discussions with sources, including government officials involved in the selections of Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan:
Loretta Lynch, attorney general
The North Carolina native became the nation’s top law enforcement officer last year, after a bitter confirmation fight in the Senate. She served two stints as the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, earning a reputation as a tough prosecutor in several high-profile financial and terrorism-related cases. Most recently in the AG role, she filed a civil rights lawsuit against the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department over what she called its unconstitutional violation of the rights of the largely minority community. If successfully nominated, the daughter of a Baptist minister and a school librarian would be the first African-American woman on the high court.
If Obama nominates her, t would a very stupid decision and she would never be voted in.
She is as corrupt as Eric Holder, who was very corrupt.  She's been protecting Hillary Clinton with the e-mail scandal, she is going after local police departments and basically nationalizing forces, even if they did nothing wrong, not going after banks for laundering money, not dealing with the VA medical scandals and much more. 
But, if nominates her, the question of her would be fun for the Republicans as she will have to answer to the Hillary scandal and apparent DOJ cover up of it.
And then she will be rejected and perhaps even some democrats might vote against her.
So, I double and triple dog dare Obama to nominate her for Supreme Court justice.

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