Sunday, February 14, 2016
SCALIA'S DEATH & HIS POLITICALLY CORRECT REPLACEMENT (KAMALA HARRIS)
Saturday afternoon, February 13, 2016, SCOTUS Senior Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead in Texas.
Almost immediately after Scalia's death the Mainstream Media was reporting he died of "Natural Causes".
Although no Autopsy had been conducted yet, it was announced he died via "Natural Causes".
By Saturday evening of the same day, Pres Obama announced via he would nominate a replacement during his term to replace Justice Scalia.
In 2015 a BLACK woman from Chicago (SANDRA BLAND) was found dead in a Texas jail cell.
In 2016 an Italian-American (WHITE) U.S. Supreme Court Justice (SCALIA) was found dead also in Texas.
Both human beings died due to mysterious circumstances of which we may never know.
Senior Justice Antonin Scalia was loved by many and known to write his opinions from a Conservative perspective.
In fact Scalia appeared to be the only true Conservative voice on the SCOTUS bench because Chief Justice John Roberts often delivers opinions in line with his more Liberal colleagues.
Following Pres OBAMA's announcement of nominating an immediate replacement for Scalia, the name floating on everyone's SCOTUS short list is KAMALA HARRIS.
Kamala Harris is a BLACK Woman age 51, from Oakland, California and an alumni of Howard University.
Ms Harris is the highly respected current State Attorney General of California and she is a Liberal who supports Pres Obama's agenda.
Just as Justice Scalia was very Conservative, Kamala Harris is very Liberal in her political ideology.
Sources: CNN, USA Today, MSNBC, Wikipedia, Youtube
Who could replace Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia if Republicans don't block all of President Obama's nominees, as appears likely? Here are 10 possibilities:
~ Sri Srinivasan: The 48-year-old federal appeals court judge was confirmed unanimously in 2013 for a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit — a traditional steppingstone to the Supreme Court. He would be the court's first Indian-American justice.
~ Patricia Millett: Srinivasan's 52-year-old colleague on the D.C. Circuit is popular in both parties and is frequently mentioned as a possible candidate. She argued 32 cases before the Supreme Court as an advocate.
~ Merrick Garland: At 63, Garland is older than most nominees, since presidents want their choices to stick around for decades on the bench. He is a moderate who serves as chief judge on the D.C. Circuit court and could be a compromise choice.
~KAMALA Harris: California's attorney general, 51, could be another leading candidate. She has the added luster of holding political office, a life experience that is sorely lacking on the Supreme Court. She's currently running for the U.S. Senate seat of retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer.
~ Deval Patrick: The former governor of Massachusetts, 59, is a close friend of the president who served in the Justice Department during President Bill Clinton's administration.
~ Amy Klobuchar: If the Senate would be less inclined to block one of its own, the senior senator from Minnesota, 55, might be someone Obama would consider.
~ Sheldon Whitehouse: See "Senate" above. Whitehouse, 60, the junior senator from Rhode Island, is a former attorney general of Rhode Island and U.S. attorney with strong credentials.
~ Goodwin Liu: He was Obama's choice for a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit in 2010, but Republicans blocked his nomination, making him a less likely choice now. At 45, he sits on the California Supreme Court.
~ Paul Watford: A judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, Watford, 48, is another Obama nominee with a potentially stellar future.
~ Jane Kelly: She is a 51-year-old judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit who was a career public defender. From Iowa, she has enjoyed the prior support of Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, who heads the Senate Judiciary Committee.