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Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:12 PM

Would love to see a 6 months probation period for purjury after Senate hearings for the SC!

THREE would be REMOVED right now!

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Reply Would love to see a 6 months probation period for purjury after Senate hearings for the SC! (Original post)
bluestarone Jun 2022 OP
MarineCombatEngineer Jun 2022 #1
bluestarone Jun 2022 #2
MarineCombatEngineer Jun 2022 #4
bluestarone Jun 2022 #6
MarineCombatEngineer Jun 2022 #7
bluestarone Jun 2022 #9
jimfields33 Jun 2022 #3
MarineCombatEngineer Jun 2022 #5
elleng Jun 2022 #8
bluestarone Jun 2022 #10
Bev54 Jun 2022 #11
Hamlette Jun 2022 #12
bucolic_frolic Jun 2022 #13
MichMan Jun 2022 #14

Response to bluestarone (Original post)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:13 PM

1. How do you prove perjury?

All they have to say is that their views have "evolved" since their confirmation hearing, so, how does that work?

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Response to MarineCombatEngineer (Reply #1)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:16 PM

2. I'm thinking just using their own words against them

The did say, Roe vs Wade law of the land?

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Response to bluestarone (Reply #2)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:19 PM

4. Yes they did,

but that doesn't change the fact that they can say their views have changed since their confirmation hearings.

You and I know they're lying, but knowing and proving are two different things.

As said by Denzel Washington in the movie Training Day, it's not what you know, it's what you can prove, and I don't see how that's proven.

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Response to MarineCombatEngineer (Reply #4)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:22 PM

6. Maybe ask smarter questions?

Gotta be a way to trap these yahoos!

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Response to bluestarone (Reply #6)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:24 PM

7. I feel your frustrations,

but I just don't think that perjury can be proven.

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Response to MarineCombatEngineer (Reply #7)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:28 PM

9. Very frustrated for sure! (i'm actually sure you're right) BUT

DAM, they are religious lying SOB'S! We ALL know it!

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Response to MarineCombatEngineer (Reply #1)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:17 PM

3. So true.

I can understand this being brought up last week but itís been explained that they carefully worded their answers to a way to not have perjured themselves. They are lawyers afterall. If we keep this up no Supreme Court justice will even answer a question.

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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #3)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:19 PM

5. Exactly right. nt

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Response to bluestarone (Original post)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:25 PM

8. Perjury'the offense of willfully telling an untruth in a court after having

taken an oath or affirmation.'

Didn't happen, they stated their opinions on the meanings of previous Court decisions, and the likelihood they would be maintained.

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Response to elleng (Reply #8)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:30 PM

10. ...

Frustrating, but i guess you're all right.

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Response to bluestarone (Original post)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:32 PM

11. They are all past a 6 month probationary time line.

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Response to Bev54 (Reply #11)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:34 PM

12. yeah, and there is that

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Response to bluestarone (Original post)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 05:37 PM

13. Why 6 months? Lies under oath are forgiven after 6 months? WTF?

Lies under oath are lies.

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Response to bluestarone (Original post)

Mon Jun 27, 2022, 06:06 PM

14. Do we really want judges to say their minds are made up before they even hear a case?

Regardless of the specifics, evidence, and arguments?


I dont believe they would be allowed to say anything like that. I know they wouldn't let anyone on a jury who said they already decided how they would rule.

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