House Republicans Demand Ginsburg Recuse Herself From Travel Ban Case


“You are bound by law..."

Following a decision Monday by the Supreme Court to allow portions of President Donald Trump’s travel ban to be enacted until the justices review the case in its entirety this fall, a number of prominent Republicans have called for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to recuse herself from the case.

Fifty-eight House Republicans signed a letter to Ginsburg calling attention to her “public criticism of Donald Trump during the campaign,” as well as the denunciation she has received in the media for her “conduct.”

In a July 2016 editorial, The New York Times took Ginsburg to task for her statements, noting that by disparaging Trump she was only “call(ing) her own commitment to impartiality into question.”

The justice later apologized for her comments, though the letter House Republicans sent cited both The Times’ editorial and another piece criticizing her in The Washington Post.


Justice Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court has embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements about me. Her mind is shot - resign!


Regarding the travel ban case, the legislators pointed out that “(T)he case places the personal credibility of President Trump directly at issue.”



Signed this letter to Justice Ginsburg demanding her recusal from cases involving the Trump Admin due to her previous comments #SCOTUS


Justice Ginsburg has demonstrated an anti-Trump bias and her actions have caused her impartiality to be in question.


lower court concluded that the Trump administration had not been honest about its true motives for implementing the ban on immigration from terror-prone nations. Using allegedly anti-Muslim statements made by the president on the campaign trail, the court argued that the ban was rooted in discrimination, not a desire to enhance national security.

Given the case’s connection to the president’s campaign statements, which Ginsburg herself has criticized, the legislators therefore believe it would be unethical and perhaps even illegal for her to not recuse herself.

“You are bound by law to recuse yourself from participation in this case,” the letter continued.

“There is no doubt that your impartiality can be reasonably questioned; indeed, it would be unreasonable not to question your impartiality. Your participation in Trump v. International Refugee Assistance Project would violate the law and undermine the credibility of the Supreme Court of the United States.”

By Tuesday the justice had not responded to the letter.

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For every effect, there is a cause. Draining the pool (swamp) is treating the effect, like executing a murderer the treatment doesn't  do away with murder.

But it would damn sure make you feel good for awhile.  Even though the swamp would soon be filled again.  With the same old sh-t.

Here is the bottom line, in my opinion.

A man ( or woman) is not complete unless and until they have the down payment (interest) of God's Spirit. And , according to the Bible, God gives his Spirit to those who obey Him. That is a quote from the Book of Acts, and you can look it up if so desired.

The majority of people do not have the Spirit of God due to their unwillingness to obey Him. That is, to do what He says, and to conduct one's life in accordance with His instructions.

As a result we have most government leaders who are not led by God. In fact, they often openly reject Him from their many debates on government and policy.

Until that changes, and it will one day, the Supreme Court will be tainted by the likes of a Ginsberg, and the country will be ruled by individuals who only support and promote the topic of the day rather than a strict compliance with Godly principles.

And that is not good. Not in the long run. And not in the short run either.

So right, Dale.

It is all about God, none other. The beginning of wisdom if the fear of the Lord. Therefore, if the person does not fear the Lord, he also does not fear authority and he can never be wise.

Ginsberg should be impeached if she will not retire... she is physically unable to do the job... falling to sleep at the most inopportune times.

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