Kavanaugh’s illogical claim was that public safety should play no role in determining the constitutionality of public safety laws.
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“Illogical”? I don’t think that word means what Shearer thinks it means. But then it’s clear, that to Shearer, words mean whatever she wants them to mean. Apparently she expects people to forget that if there needs to be some exception carved out of the Bill of Rights there is an amendment process for that. The constitution doesn’t give Federal judges the power to rewrite the constitution.
But, again, she doesn’t want to acknowledge the judges don’t have the power. She appears to thinks the constitution means whatever she wants it to mean.
Ms. Shearer, please get yourself a copy of the constitution, the Bill of Rights, and a dictionary. Words mean something and you, and especially judges, don’t get to redefine them to suit your whims.—Joe]
Add in the fact that her view of “public safety” is vastly different from the views that people like you and I hold. Which is precisely why we have a Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Clearly, then, she has no trouble with the Alien and Sedition Acts of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, or the anti-communist laws passed under and by Woodrow Wilson (since Woodrow Wilson was a progressive proto-dictator, she must definitely find his actions praiseworthy.
“…Constitution doesn’t give federal judges..”
Maybe it doesn’t, but that doesn’t stop the many commiecrat judges from doing so. I give you their favorite – Roe vs. Wade.