“The U.S. Supreme Court justices are defying Democratic senators who had threatened to restructure the court if they didn’t drop a gun-rights case.
The Washington Examiner reported Monday that the court announced it will review a Second Amendment case challenging handgun regulations in New York City.”
“Joining the network’s AM Joy on Saturday, Wine-Banks was asked if Congress should look to impeach Trump first or turn their eyes to Pence instead. In response, she suggested going after Pence first and giving Trump the option to either replace him before being impeached himself — so that a Republican can remain in the White House — or decline and let Pelosi take over.”
“Sen. Bernie Sanders was discharged from a Las Vegas hospital Friday after suffering a heart attack earlier in the week, his campaign said.
““I declare that President Trump will overcome every strategy from hell and every strategy from the enemy,” White said. “I secure his calling, I secure his purpose, I secure his family, and we secure victory in the name which is above every name … the name of Jesus Christ.”
And with that, the spiritual battle lines have been drawn.”
“ Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib told Detroit’s chief of police that he should hire only black people as analysts to run their facial recognition software because, she claimed, non-black people think they all look alike.”
“This is an unfortunate issue where the officer was confused,” Police Chief Edwin Roessler Jr. said. “We have trained on this issue a lot. This is the first time we’ve had a lapse in judgment, and the officer is being punished.”
““That is treason — treason pure and simple,” Weld said, referring to Trump’s reported talks with the Ukrainian president. “The penalty for treason under the U.S. code is death. That’s the only penalty. The penalty on the Constitution is removal from office, and that might look like a pretty good alternative.””
“He observed that Second Amendment rights include his constituents’ right to “protect themselves against any intruder or people who don’t follow the law, that might risk them and their family’s [lives], but also against tyranny; against the size and scope of a government that wants to look at you and tell you, like a certain Democrat candidate, that they are going to come take your God-given right to bears arms and defend yourself.”
Biggs described private gun ownership as “the last bulwark against tyranny in the world.””