It is coming close. Time is running out! The Supreme Court will pronounce judgement on Gay Weddings. This will have a large impact on the future here in the USA. The ruling will impact everyone across the entire nation.
We all trust the Supreme Court Justices - right? Well, you shouldn't! That's right, you should NOT TRUST our Supreme Court Justices.
It has become public knowledge that two of the justices have personal prejudices when it comes to gay weddings. Justice Kay Hagen and Ruth-Bader-Ginsberg have both married same-sex individuals on at least four occasions.
So why isn't it considered a conflict of interest if they remain on the case regarding gay marriage? Haven't they already indicated that they have a "prejudiced" point of view?
In spite of this obvious conflict of interest, both justices refuse to recuse themselves from making a ruling.
That's a KANGAROO COURT and we deserve a court without such a one-way slant. Both justices should NOT be allowed to rule on the case of gay marriage. It's a stacked deck and we can already predict the outcome.
Hello new definitions for "marriage."
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Sunday, April 19, 2015
If you see the US military having "drills" in your local streets be sure and take videos of them. This will be the only way to record history because main stream media will Never record it. The military are practicing to go door-to-door arresting people when the government enacts Martial Law.
The elite branches of the US military are ALL preparing to hold "military training" in several states that so far includes Florida, Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, and Utah. The operation Is called "Jade Helm" and will run for eight weeks. It involves 1,200 troops from the Green Berets, Navy SEALS and Special Operations from the Air Force and Marines.
By the way, that would violate existing law because the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 makes it ILLEGAL to use US troops against citizens.
Obama is warming-up for Martial Law. You really don't think that he will actually leave office at the end of his term - now do you?