Washington Examiner: “President Obama’s pick to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court has rock-solid support from all major Democratic party figures and liberal leaders, save one: presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
She has not opposed Judge Merrick Garland, but nor has she promised to re-submit his nomination should she win the fall election. She has strongly hinted, in fact, that she would prefer to pick someone else.
“When I am president, I will take stock of where we are and move from there,” she said during an April Democratic primary debate when asked if she would re-submit his nomination.”
Opinion: My first pro-Trump post was about the Supreme Court. It is important to keep in mind that Antonin Scalia is gone, the Court is split 4/4, and filling that vacancy will likely be Hillary Clinton’s first major action as president.
If the Senate goes Democrat, we can expect Hillary to make a hard-left choice, whereas if the Republican majority holds, Obama’s pick of Merrick Garland who is considered a moderate, would be a more likely choice.
While there is no guarantee that Mr. Trump will pick from the list of conservative judges that he named earlier this year, like every contentious issue in this election, with Trump – we have a chance, with Hillary – there is none.
Breitbart: “Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sent a passionate video message to the Laborers’ International Union of North America, demanding that they help get the message out about Donald Trump.
She pointed out that she was against “Right To Work” and appeared upset that Trump was gaining in the polls despite his record of supporting it.
“Having said all this, ‘Why aren’t I 50 points ahead?’ you might ask,” she said, highlighting Trump’s anti-Labor union stance.”
Opinion: Right to work is obviously a really important issue to Hillary Clinton and she is apparently very unhappy that neither Donald Trump or many of us aren’t against it.
Right to work gives people a choice whether to pay dues to join a labor union or not. Comrade Hillary says “nyet” everybody will be in a union because her politburo wants it for the common good.
After all, there is no right to work in Cuba and things are fine there.
And Trump, because he favors right to work is being called …. wait for it …. racist by AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka.
I personally don’t think racist is appropriate and it’s high time we come up with a new ‘er’ label for us right to work people. How about righter.
(P.S. I spared you the video)
Breitbart: “Former President George H.W. Bush is bucking his party’s presidential nominee and plans to vote for Hillary Clinton in November, according to a member of another famous political family, the Kennedys. Bush, 92, had intended to stay silent on the White House race between Clinton and Donald Trump, a sign in and of itself[...]
Breitbart: “David Goldstein of McClatchy reports on two supporters of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 primary campaign against Barack Obama who pushed the false “birther” narrative that Obama was born in Kenya. One of the supporters was Clinton’s longtime confidant Sidney Blumenthal who pitched the story to McClatchy’s former Washington Bureau Chief James Asher. Meanwhile, former McClatchy[...]
Zero Hedge: “When asked if there was any chance her faintness on Sunday could be a sign of some more “serious” illness, Clinton said he did not believe that was the case: “Well if it is, it’s a mystery to me and all of her doctors, because frequently – well not frequently, rarely – but[...]
The New American: “With news of the intrusion of unnamed hackers into the computerized election records of Arizona and Illinois, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is preparing to designate the country’s electoral system as “critical infrastructure.” By making such a move, the DHS would exercise authority given to it in the days after September[...]