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Given the Supreme Court Decision on Presidential Immunity, Which King Do You Plan To Vote For In November?

Poll - Total Votes: 19
King Biden
Former King Trump
Future King RFK Jr.
Another King
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badminton · 61-69, MVIP
"This week’s Supreme Court decision in Trump v. United States, which grants Presidents and former Presidents absolute immunity for their core constitutional powers, marks a dangerous turning point in our nation’s history.

"This ruling fundamentally alters our democracy by clearly placing individuals above the law. As Justice Jackson powerfully stated in her dissent, "Presidents alone are now free to commit crimes when they are on the job, while all other Americans must follow the law in all aspects of their lives, whether personal or professional."

"This decision is just the latest in a series of devastating rulings from the Supreme Court, including rulings that have undermined decades of legal precedent, weakened federal agencies’ ability to regulate policies that keep businesses in check, created a chaotic and restrictive landscape for abortion rights nationwide, and enabled insurrectionists by weakening the government’s ability to prosecute them.

"To be frank, the Supreme Court has shown a blatant disregard for humanist values, the separation of church and state, the rule of law, and our democratic institutions. This Christian nationalist majority on the Court has attacked the fundamentals of our constitutional republic, potentially granting immunity to a former President for his role in the January 6th insurrection and signaling a dangerous new chapter of lawlessness and corruption."

from The American Humanist Association
TheRascallyOne · 31-35, M
Democrats hate democracy
windinhishair · 61-69, M
@TheRascallyOne Like refusing to transfer power to the winner of the presidential election? Like stealing a SCOTUS seat? Like holding fake hearings led by people who refuse to legislate and who illegally refused valid subpoenas to testify before the previous Congress?
TheRascallyOne · 31-35, M
@windinhishair he didn't do any of that
windinhishair · 61-69, M
@TheRascallyOne Oh, he did all of that in reality. Maybe not in FoxWorld or Trumplandia, where facts go to die.
Carla · 61-69, F
Better be right. If not, next we will have king barron and queen mother, melania.
Diotrephes · 70-79, M
But if Biden is now King, can't he make it possible?

The first thing Biden should do is eliminate the nitwits on the court and about 1,500 Repubs. It would be a good thing if he got lynched as a result because it would show the other dummies what happens when they make it possible for a dictator to take over. Chances are they would then write laws that even a kindergartener could understand.
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windinhishair · 61-69, M
@Illyria No it won't, unfortunately.
Onasander · 41-45, M

If enough people are disgusted with Joe Biden and Donald Trump, it might just be our year to win the election. Gonna take alot more to carry us over to the finish line, but I have faith in Joe Biden.
Odd how people say they're picking the kings we don't like.
TheRascallyOne · 31-35, M
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@CountScrofula Sorry, I just don’t see how a crazy Dino could help us, either.
CountScrofula · 41-45, M
@bijouxbroussard All I have left is the funniest outcome. I'm also a Canadian making idle jokes you can safely ignore me lol

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