By: Cliff Kincaid
Matthew Kidd of the Foundation for Moral Law discusses how Justices Kagan and Ginsburg violated the law and judicial ethics by officiating at gay weddings and then ruling in favor of a so-called constitutional right to gay marriage. Kidd agrees with Cliff Kincaid of America’s Survival that we are in a constitutional crisis. The Foundation for Moral Law had called for Kagan and Ginsburg to recuse themselves, or withdraw from the case, but they refused to do so. That means the Congress can open hearings into their impeachment. Dissenting Justice Antonin Scalia said the 5-4 majority in the case was guilty of a “judicial Putsch,” or secret power grab, and that the ruling was a threat to democracy. Urge Congress to impeach by calling 202-224-3121.
2 thoughts on “Impeach Justices Kagan and Ginsburg”
People need to understand our U. S. Constitution concerning our Justices. There is a myth that justices are chosen for life. Justice can be and should be impeached when they have broken the law. Justice can only issue an “opinion” they cannot enforce the law. Justices should not be activist. These two justices, Kagan and Ginsburg need to be impeached. Communist Ginsburg spends more time sleeping than being a justice. Kagan is pure communist. In the Communist Manifesto it states that they will destroy the U. S. by using Gays to destroy the family unit. Check it out.
I agree with you 100%; however, as long as Obama remains “in office,” impeaching justices on the Supreme Court is not a good idea. Doing so will only give him the opportunity to appoint a replacement that is even worse than what we already have. Similarly, it is inadvisable to put any important issue before this Court for them to make another Unconstitutional decision on. It will be better to wait at least until after the 2016 presidential election to do either one.