The Web of Danger is Expanding

This isn’t my first post about this topic and it probably won’t be my last. The threats of assassination I’ve warned about in the past have most certainly been seen on many occassions, including the near death of Steve Scalise. What I haven’t said before and what I’ve noticed recently is that the web of danger is spreading out far beyond the limited group of people I’ve mentioned in previous blogs. I mention this because Senator Mitch Mcconnell is danger. I originally thought he’d be safe, even though I personally believe that he is an evil person. However, after seeing two confrontations with protestors in recent days, now I think otherwise. Others who seemed safe before are in danger as well include members of Trump’s cabinet, immediate family and judges.

This all seems to be coming to an head after Justice Kennedy’s recent retirement announcement and the shady way it was orchestrated. I fear, in addition to some murders, this will see dramatic violence unfold this summer that will delay the supreme court vote until after the election in November. Although it won’t stop the new appointee from eventually being sworn in, it will have ramifications that will manifest itself at a later date.

Many fear the new court’s makeup and they have good reason to. However, when Roe v Wade is repealed during the new court, no other consequential decisions get made under them due to the anger and violence that follows and the fear the justices will have for their lives as a result. 2019 will be a dangerous year, but I’ll elaborate on why in more detail in the 2019 predictions post at the end of the year. All I will say is power is being challenged as I’ve said it would be. Whether it will be successful and/or see more blood spilt remains to be seen, though the signs seem to be saying that those who may have been safe before aren’t any longer.

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  1. Nominations to the courts have become much too politicized. Justices should make decisions based upon an accurate reading of the constitution and any laws that properly apply. Sadly special interests and political partisans view the courts as something to be manipulated to help them achieve their specific goals. The huge number of 5-4 decisions handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court over the years make it appear either blatantly partisan or blatantly biased along well-defined ideological lines. Facts are not the main thing that determines what the decisions are.

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