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Lawless Republican Ignores Supreme Court


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Republicans just respect rule of law when it benefits them. Cenk Uygur and also John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, talk about. Inform us what you assume in the comment area listed below.

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" The leading Republican politician in the Pennsylvania Us senate told the state's Supreme Court on Wednesday that he is refusing to follow a court order asking legislators to turn over data to assist fix a gerrymandered congressional map.
The letter from Senate President Pro Tempore Joseph Scarnati was the current move Republicans have actually made to slow down the process of revising the legislative map, which the Pennsylvania High court ruled remained in infraction of the state constitution earlier this month.
The court is offering lawmakers and also Gov. Tom Wolf (D) till Feb. 15 to come up with a brand-new map. If they cannot settle on one already, the court has actually assigned an unique master to obtain one in place so that the state's arranged election primaries can run efficiently. In order to help the special master attract a map, the court asked legislators to supply information on Pennsylvania towns and districts by midday on Wednesday.
However Scarnati said he would choose not to abide. He claimed the court was not offering legislators a reasonable amount of time or assistance to redraw the map and was trying to "usurp" the right the U.S. Constitution gave them to attract legislative lines." *.

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  1. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    Hypocrisy: “The practice of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs to which one’s own behavior does not conform.” Synonym: Republican politicians who make promises to the poor and middle class to get into power, but then take actions that contradict those promises and exploit the system of government to remain in power or benefit themselves personally.

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Proud Deplorable American Confirmed. You are not American.

    • Posted by Alicia B, at Reply

      Weird how the Christ in Christianity was about loving thy neighbor and forgiveness and treating all people as full people, and now he got whole swathes of angry, fearful jerkwads outright hating entire peoples in his name.

    • Posted by Proud Deplorable American, at Reply

      Alicia B we are at war with Islam you dunderhead.

  2. Posted by Shawn Brookins, at Reply

    Let’s imagine for a second that regular citizens think they to can challenge the courts ruling in this particular way. Wonder if people convicted of crimes against the State actually had the following and power to just ignore court rulings that are based on the constitutionality of said state and fail to comply. Man oh man they would be persecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Regular citizens don’t enjoy the luxury of defying the courts. Who the hell does this guy think he is going against the Supreme Court. Furthermore, if the Supreme Court kowtows to this man and permits him to walk away unscathed, unpunished, they have just opened Pandora’s box and this will set a negative precedence that this type of egregious willful disrespect of following the States rule of law is appropriate. This is not reality TV people we live here and democracy is fragile. If you can’t get your way and decided that defying a court order is ok, what are you teaching the next generation of lawyers, prosecutors and other justice leaders. This goes way beyond this case. This can destabilize the balance of power in our Government. I hope rationality prevails, however things are looking bleak at this very moment.

  3. Posted by offchance, at Reply

    Meanwhile, Democrats in PA already turned in their homework to the courts. Republicans making excuses still 😂

  4. Posted by Stanky Fish Gutz, at Reply

    lol basically what they’re saying is if they can’t cheat, then they can’t win.

    • Posted by Ste H, at Reply

      Stanky Fish Gutz – Pretty much.

    • Posted by Patrick Ma, at Reply

      Democrats do the same in states they control. Don’t bs us on moral high grounds.

    • Posted by futurestoryteller, at Reply

      “The other side does it too!” is what an idiot says. Play fairly, win fairly, that’s all we ask, as constituents.

    • Posted by Paya So, at Reply

      not to this extent, otherwise you could fight in court there. try it.

  5. Posted by Ross Miller, at Reply

    Republicans, when referring to issues of discrimination or bigotry, always say that we cannot pick and choose which laws we follow… however, these same Republicans think that it’s perfectly acceptable to pick and choose which laws they follow themselves. – if you’re a Republican and you don’t see anything wrong with this, then you are the problem

    • Posted by generationofswine, at Reply

      Hypocrisy is part of their DNA, and they can only see it in others.

    • Posted by block spam, at Reply

      Fine let’s end DACA and send the illegal aliens home and draw new lines.

    • Posted by block spam, at Reply

      Did you choose to allow illegal aliens and DACA? GO home you’re drunk or stupid.

  6. Posted by David Kempton, at Reply

    This is SEDITION, or as the GOP calls it, business as usual. There is NOTHING these motherfuckers will not do to keep themselves in power. This is national, not just one isolated state. They really believe they are above the law. Fascists always act from this perversion of power. And in EVERY GOP-controlled state, the very FIRST thing they did was vote themselves immunity from what they were about to do. And then pass draconian laws to cripple dissent and opposition, while encouraging and rewarding racism and bigotry.

    All financed by Citizens Untied and the Putin oligarchs, while simultaneously channeling the ghosts of The McCarthys (Charlie and Joe, the puppet and the puppeteer.)

    And because OUR “government” is doing it, global dictators and strongmen are gleefully following suit. The law cannot help, because it would require National Guard enforcement, and scorpions, snakes and Republicans adhere to professional courtesy and won’t attack a fellow traveler.

    Therefore, WE must remove these animals, and because there is no help within the law, we must find ways that are not contained within the law. We play by THEIR rules. And their rules say there ARE no rules.

    • Posted by Mark Lapworth, at Reply

      Thanks, Dave.

  7. Posted by Jwho'd Rishod, at Reply

    Kind of like sanctioning a Country but failing to enact the sanctions, I get it.

  8. Posted by Nathan M, at Reply

    First i started angry about the actions of the Republicans… then i settled on being depressed about the state of this country…

  9. Posted by Whosoever, at Reply

    The courts need to start putting these assholes in jail before the country slides into dictatorship

    • Posted by DemonLordChaos, at Reply

      Whosoever too late

    • Posted by block spam, at Reply

      Whosoever I agree send the illegal aliens home enforce the laws.

  10. Posted by TMM, at Reply

    If legislatures can ignore the judicial review with impunity, the Constitution can now no longer protect anybody’s rights.

    • Posted by block spam, at Reply

      TMM I agree send all the illegal aliens home,get rid of daca .

    • Posted by TMM, at Reply

      What do either of those things have to do with judicial review?

  11. Posted by PADon69, at Reply

    If he won’t comply with the court order, then lock him up. If anyone of us refused to comply with a court order, we would be in jail.

  12. Posted by Neil Dickson, at Reply

    It’s time to start throwing these criminals in jail. There so corrupt they are destroying the United States. Enough! This isn’t the wild west though the NRA would no doubt argue the point, except when something is directed towards their rights.

  13. Posted by Fuck Trump, at Reply

    Is anyone really shocked that these Republicans are lying crooks?

  14. Posted by TheBaconWizard, at Reply


  15. Posted by Michael Dunson, at Reply

    I remember when I was in school learning about the history of WII, I always wondered how the people could let the Nazis take over the government.  Well now Trump, the GOP, their backers, voters and a  majority of the people in the country that are disinterested in voting or what the government is up to are showing us a text book example of how the Nazis came to be.  If you were to take the time to read the history of the Nazis or watch a documentary of the rise of the Nazis you can compare where we are now to where the Nazis were at in their infancy stage.

    • Posted by dancinkindofguy, at Reply

      Michael Dunson and it reminds me of how every time an a president is in office, the people that don’t like him compare him to Nazis

    • Posted by Matthew Walker, at Reply

      Dear Dancinkindofguy, The major issue here is that there is a considerable overlap between the this administration and the Nazi rise to power. Admittedly, there is that call when a new administration takes place from many corners of our system. However, unlike those times there is a considerable amount of historical evidence to support the overt fascist tendencies of this administration. Consider if you will, the vilification of Hispanics and Arabs. Those words sounds similar to how Nazi propaganda stated that the Jews were taking all of the opportunities away from real Germans. Now it’s all those brown folk are taking jobs away from the real America. That is just one example, if you were to critically examine the views and actions between this administration and that of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nazis) you may change your mind on why people are stating there is fascist lean here.

    • Posted by dancinkindofguy, at Reply

      Matthew Walker I’m guessing you are like 17 or so and don’t remember how it was when there were any other presidents, otherwise you would know that there were folks out there comparing them to Nazis. Please dont use straw man arguments like ‘the vilification of X’ – that is YOUR opinion and nothing else.

  16. Posted by Steven Anchundia, at Reply

    The party of law and order strike again and love breaking the law

  17. Posted by edgeninja, at Reply

    This is what Bill Maher meant when he said theres a slow-motion right-wing coup under way. Republicans just dont give a damn about the law or the constitution anymore.

    • Posted by Blinded sheep, at Reply

      Patrick Barrett tf does this have to do with gerrymandering? You’re comparing voting to people’s families being torn apart? So you want to live in a country where your vote gets screwed over? It’s deliberate cheating dumbass. Now if you want to compare gerrymandering to…let’s say superdelegates then you have an argument.

    • Posted by Drake ICN, at Reply

      @Patrick. Yeah, actually, they do. A municipality can allocate any number of resources toward fighting illegal immigration, just as they can other crimes. There is no specific law stating how much should be allocated towards pickpockets, burglars, etc etc. Regulation on how forms submitted to hospitals etc should like is a matter different from fighting crime. But expressively refusing to comply with a court order is a whole other ball game. So, kindly, show your false equivalence up your cornhole.

    • Posted by Patrick Barrett, at Reply

      _A municipality can allocate any number of resources toward fighting illegal immigration_
      But when they are actively HIDING THEM, that is “aiding and abeiting” which is breaking federal law. Be honest.

    • Posted by Drake ICN, at Reply

      They aren’t though. They just write the laws so you can protect features of your identity. It is just as if they would write a law, prohibiting insurance companies from demanding or otherwise seek to acquire your complete DNA sequence, so that they can deny high risk individuals. Or, for instance, you do not need to show your criminal record if you are a truck driver (but you do, if you want to work as a doctor). This is regulatory practices, and have nothing to do with aiding and abetting. Like I said, conservatives use hyperbole ALL THE TIME! I’d tell you to be honest, cept you cant. The inferior conservative brain is incapable of objectivity.

  18. Posted by tutenkharnage, at Reply

    We have found the enemy, and it is conservatism.

    • Posted by Ekkie101, at Reply

      tutenkharnage Conservatism and it’s close cousin libertarianism are the organized justification of pathological selfishness.

    • Posted by Jenny Sieck, at Reply

      tutenkharnage it is black and white thinking.