John Roberts Belongs to Treasonous Federalist Society
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Here's the John Roberts story in a nutshell:
Those who know Roberts say he, unlike Souter, is a reliable conservative who can be counted on to undermine if not immediately overturn liberal landmarks like abortion rights and affirmative action. Indicators of his true stripes cited by friends include: clerking for Rehnquist, membership in the Federalist Society, laboring in the Ronald Reagan White House counsel's office and at the Justice Department into the Bush years, working with Kenneth Starr among others, and even his lunchtime conversations at Hogan & Hartson. "He is as conservative as you can get," one friend puts it. In short, Roberts may combine the stealth appeal of Souter with the unwavering ideology of Scalia and Thomas.
I'm sure we'll learn lots more about Roberts' ideology in the coming days.
But the fact that he belongs to the Federalist Society is sufficient to disquality him.
The Federalist Society is nothing less than a treasonous conspiracy which engineered the Stolen Election of 2000. Its members include Antonin Scalia, John Ashcroft, Robert Bork, Orrin Hatch, Ted Olsen, Alberto Gonzalez, and just about everyone else appointed to the courts by George Bush Sr. and Jr.
Here's some recommended reading:
- A Hostile Takeover: How the Federalist Society is capturing the federal courts By Martin Garbus