On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” Michael Moore stated that to stop President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee from being voted on before the 2018 election, he will “join a million other people surrounding the United States Capitol.”
Moore said, “The idea is…we first have to find ways to stop that vote from happening.”
Which they will not because it is within President Trump’s right to nominate a new Justice of the Supreme Court.
Host Bill Maher then asked what Moore meant. Moore answered, “I’ll join a million other people surrounding the United States Capitol. I will stand there. … Bill, let me tell you something, this judge goes through, for the rest of at least — well, all of our lives, it’s a right-wing court. That’s it. It’s over.”advertisement - story continues below
Later, Moore stated, “We’re going to get to the point, my friends, where we’re going to have to circle Washington.”
The problem with these Liberals is that they have no idea why they are protesting President Trump other than the fact that he beat their buddy Hillary Clinton.
The reasons they give have no merit whatsoever. The economy is booming, jobs are growing and for the first time in years we are seeing real growth in the country.
As far as the new justice that the president is going to assign, whoever they are will not be coming in with the intent to overturn Roe vs Wade, they will address the cases that come before them and adhere to the Constitution of the United States.advertisement - story continues below
Later, Moore stated, “We’re going to get the to point, my friends, where we’re going to have to circle Washington.”
Republicans currently maintain a slim majority in the U.S. Senate, holding 51 seats to the 49 occupied by Democrats and Independents. Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, is being treated for terminal cancer and unlikely to participate in any upcoming Senate votes, effectively giving the GOP a single seat advantage, Mr. Moore noted, Breitbart reported.
All 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and roughly a third of those in the Senate, 35 of 100, will be contested during the November election.