A Corruption of our Republic
Not all lawyers are bad but we see what bad lawyers have done to America. Less than 1/3rd of all states require voter I.D. (SCOTUS?)
This in a country where people are flooding across the borders and given dates to appear at an immigration hearing (if they are caught) and then don’t show up because it’s just so easy to live and VOTE in America.
Gerrymandering voting districts should be illegal in our country.
One almost casualty of gerrymandering is Scott Perry — a Republican member of the U.S. House who represents Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District.
In the 2018 election, Perry — a Brigadier General in the Army National Guard, got 149,365 votes out of a total of 291,033. His 2018 opponent, George Scott (a democrat who famously disassembled an AR-15 and threw it into a burning fire in a campaign ad he ran in the democrat primary) was also an Army officer after graduating from Georgetown University — he was commissioned a military intelligence officer (somewhat along the lines of Pete Buttigieg).
Upon retiring from the US Army as a Lt. Colonel in 2004, George became a staff operations officer in the CIA. Is that what’s wrong with our CIA because its filled with Georgetown people?
George Scott is now a candidate in the democrat primary for the Pennsylvania State Senate District 15 — a race that will be decided April 28, 2020.
Scott Perry founded and runs a small business.
A noteworthy gerrymandering case made it all the way to the Supreme Court on June 27, 2019. Rucho v. Common Cause and Lamone v. Benisek.
The Supreme Court of the United States no longer functions in the manner intended under the constitution. This case of gerrymandering districts is exactly what the founders intended for the Supreme Court: make a decision to stop processes like gerrymandering of districts by political parties.
The Supreme Court stepped away from any real insight into its ruling and delivered no justice for America. It was reminiscent of ACTS 18: 14-16 where Emperor Claudius’ pro council to Greece — Gallio, interrupted Paul…
The 2020 democrat primary for Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District happens under two months from now. Eugene DePasquale has the money and political contacts to win against his opponent Tom Brier.(1) Both are lawyers but Eugene has government experience whereas Brier (until recently) lived in Philadelphia where he works for Blank Rome LLP. This law firm became international in May of 2011 by opening an office in the Peoples Republic of China.
Brier sublet his apartment in Philadelphia and moved back to his roots in Hershey to take advantage of the gerrymandered district.
Do not underestimate DNC Chair — Tom Perez, who graduated from an all-boys Jesuit high school in Buffalo New York. Graduated Cum Laude — Harvard Law School, and a masters from the John F. Kennedy School of Government. He clerked for Attorney General Edwin Meese (1986) while a student at Harvard.
The two democrat candidates in the 10th District primary have conspicuously avoided any talk of gun-grabbing on the campaign trail.