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ABC Attacks Judge Candidate Over Twitter Jokes

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One of the major propaganda arms of the DNC is intent on taking down a potential nominee for the soon-to-be vacated Supreme Court seat over dad jokes made on Twitter.

“Legal scholars say there’s no legal provision prohibiting Supreme Court justices from sharing their opinions online or in speeches,” wrote ABC’s Adia Robinson. “The Supreme Court has maintained that the strict code of conduct that applies to lower court judges does not apply to them, but that doesn’t mean that the legal community looks favorably on justices making public comments.”

What controversial opinions was she referring to? United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Don Willett’s musings on Twitter, of course.

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“When you’re tired of cornbread shaped like Colorado and Wyoming,” Willett tweeted in December, attaching a picture of cornbread shaped like Texas.

Apparently, ABC thinks that a photo of cornbread shaped like Texas should disqualify a candidate from the Supreme Court. But Willett’s offenses do not stop there. Willett once rick-rolled his followers – a capitol offense for potential Supreme Court Justices.

He even made a dad joke about puppies:

This is the perfect reminder of the absurdity of the destroy-Trump media. ABC and Adia Robinson are trying to impugn wrongdoing on a potential Supreme Court nominee, not because he actually did anything wrong, but because he could be nominated by Trump.

In reality, Willett has a goofy personality. He might even be a likable person – a foreign concept to Democrats.

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Brown University Cultural Leftists Demand Destruction of Classical Roman Emperor Statues on Campus

They hate western civilization.

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Left-wing racial ideologues at Brown University in Rhode Island are demanding that the school destroy two classical statues of iconic Roman emperors, claiming that the works of art represent “white supremacy.”

Amanda Brynn, Justin Han, Sam Kimball, Junaid Malik, Olivia Mayeda, and Kelley Tackett, six undergraduate students affiliated with “Decolonization at Brown,” are demanding that the school destroy two classical-style statues of Roman emperors Augustus Caesar and Marcus Aurelius.

They claim in a blog post that the statues “were brought to our campus with the goals of upholding the ideal of the ‘perfect’ white form, white civilization, white supremacy and colonialism — ideas that we believe are incompatible with Brown today.

This is not just about monuments. It is also about the kinds of people and histories that students at Brown today are taught to idealize.”

They’re demanding that the classical statues, which appear to be replicas of famous Renaissance and ancient art, be replaced with pieces created by “artists of color.”

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Marcus Aurelius was Roman emperor in the 2nd century in an era of peace and prosperity for the ancient civilization, and is known for documenting the philosophy of stoicism in literature that has been studied for millennia.

Ironically, classical-style statues have been targeted for destruction on cultural grounds before. The Vandals, a Germanic tribe that warred with the Roman Empire in its era of decline, associated their name with property damage and barbaric behavior through their frequent destruction of cultural statues.

The stringent ideologues detest the glories of western civilization, and would destroy the cultural inheritance of the American legacy before it is passed to future generations. Their own liberal fanaticism will fade from history as an uncreative and empty religion, whereas the legacies of great men will endure.

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