Supreme Court Is Facilitating Secularization without Representation

Do you really understand what the war for the Supreme Court is all about?

It isn’t about values, or women’s rights, or even about the rule of law. Nope, the battle for the Supreme Court is all about POWER!! “Who are you to tell me what I can do with my own body?”

The hypocrisy of those on the LEFT is laughable. The only reason the minions on the LEFT want control of the Supreme Court is because they don’t want anyone telling them what they can do or think.

That is their business…telling everyone else what to think. It is called political correctness. The LEFT’s entire power base lies in the US Court system where they have been able to ram through every piece of their un-American, anti-Christian agenda. Try as they might they are unable to convince the average American to agree with their diabolical agenda so they stack the courts and use judicial review as the cultural battering ram.

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And now, they have the stones to tell Brett Kavanaugh that he can have a place on the Supreme as long as he is willing to keep his deeply held religious values to himself. “It is ok for you to have personal beliefs but you better not let them impact what you rule when making decisions on the court! We control right and wrong,” shriek those on the left. “You have no right bringing your conservative religious values into your decision making process. That’s the job of atheists and secularists like Ruth Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonya Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan.”

They call it “court precedence” or “stare decisis” which simply means that they have removed all morality by seizing control of the courts and establishing an anti-Christian Constitution for America. Our nation has been de-Christianized simply because a series of “terrorists in black robes” has decided to rule Jesus Christ and His precepts un-Constitutional.

In a nation where over 70% of Americans self-identify as Christians don’t you find it somewhat prejudicial that a group of non-believers have been granted the right to tell believers what they are permitted to believe?

I call this Secularization Without Representation.

That’s what they are telling Brett Kavanaugh. “You can have a seat on The Court as long as you don’t try and bring your deeply held religious beliefs into the decision making process. We have already ruled “Christian beliefs” un-constitutional and don’t you dare try to come in and undue what we have worked so hard to implement.”

The Left has pulled a coup on the American people. Article 1, Section 1 of the US Constitution states: All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.

Courts cannot make laws…they are vested with the power to merely JUDGE the Constitutionality of the law. Roe v Wade is not a law…it is simply a court opinion. The Supreme Court did not legalize abortion…they simply told us it did. A court decision is fake law…the Founders called it “pretended legislation” …and carries no legislative authority.

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In 1947 Everson V Board of Education SCOTUS ruled that there was a “separation between the church and the state.” But no law was ever passed. No congress ever legislated it and no president ever signed it. Separation of the Church and State is “pretended legislation.”

In 1961 Engel v Vitale SCOTUS ruled that prayer was illegal in American public schools. From our founding, prayer was a part of the American culture but six unelected judges ruled it unconstitutional. No law, no Congressional discussion, no Presidential signature. “Pretended Legislation.”

In 1963 in Abbington v Schempp the Court ruled that Bible reading in schools was un-constitutional despite nearly 180 years of having been permitted. No law was passed, no President signed a law, but the Court simply ruled it so. It was “pretended legislation.”

Check out Stone v Graham which removed the 10 Commandments, Roe v Wade which “legalized” baby murder, Lawrence v Texas which decriminalized homosexual/l sodomy, and Obergefell v Hodges which “created” male and male marriage. All “pretended legislation.” No matter how hard you look you will not find one law, one Congressional debate, nor one Presidential signature “legalizing” any of the above “pretended legislation.”

All of the power in the American government has been stolen from the duly elected legislature and the people who voted for them and granted to nine unelected lawyers who have overthrown the basic foundations of the US Constitution.

Even if Brett Kavanaugh is granted his seat on the SCOTUS he will do nothing to bring a balance to the SCOTUS that represents the views and values of the American people.

Are you sitting down? Although nearly 50% of all Americans, only Judge Gorsuch, a former Catholic who converted to the Episcopal Church is the only member of the “Protestant faith” currently sitting on the court. If Kavanaugh makes it he will join fellow Catholics Roberts, Alito, Thomas, (Kennedy and Scalia were Catholic as well) and mesh with Ginsburg, Kagan, Sotomayor, and Breyer (all Jewish). So, the makeup of the court will soon be 4 Catholics, 4 Jews, and 1 Protestant. Just curious…has anyone seen an Evangelical in Washington?

In this age of tolerance and diversity how can it be possible that the largest religious group in America…Bible believing Christians…have NO REPRESNTATION on the highest court in the land? If there is no “religious test” for office in America why is nearly half of the nation not represented?

No wonder America is in such a mess. All beliefs are valued in America…except Christianity. No wonder the Name of Jesus has been criminalized. It is time for the SCOTUS to look like America.

Secularization Without Representation has destroyed this land.

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Dave Daubenmire
Dave Daubenmire is a veteran 35 year high school football coach who was spurred to action when attacked and sued by the ACLU in the late 1990s for praying with his high school football team. After a two year battle for his 1st amendment rights, the ACLU relented and offered coach an out of court settlement.

 

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