SCOTUS and Immunity


The decision is for both parties 

Folks, those of you who follow the YouTube channel may have seen the below — a quick vid on the latest decision from The Supreme Court. It captures the currents blowing through the presidential immunity question — indeed a “case for the ages.”

Why significant? Because we posted this three days ago. That’s right — before the SCOTUS decision.

The point being, this isn’t a matter of partisanship. Despite the left’s meltdown and the promise to “impeach” The Supreme Court by that great constitutional scholar AOC, the legal dynamics of this decision are not terribly complicated. It’s just hard to know where to draw the line on what a president should be immunized for.

And remember one last thing: While President, Barack Obama droned Anwar al-Awlaki — a U.S. citizen, and al Qaeda adherent — as well as Awlaki’s 16-year-old son. Obama also droned a terror propagandist formerly of New York City named Samir Khan.

(Anwar al-Awlaki — currently asleep with the fishes)

All of these charmers met their demise in Yemen. But all were U.S. citizens, who had been afforded no due process; none had been indicted, tried, and convicted.

In fact, by that measure: even Usama bin Laden never faced a jury.

Am I advocating for these guys? Absolutely not — I agreed with Obama’s decision (perhaps his only decision I agreed with). But funny how I don’t recall the Dems calling for Obama to be tried for murder.

Neither did the Republicans call for that. And that’s the difference between the two sides. This latest SCOTUS decision is simply a hopeful attempt to codify all this.

So Dems, how about this: Try (legitimately) beating Donald Trump at the ballot box. Your lawfare options keep blowing up in your face.

Those damn Founding Fathers! If only the Constitutional Congress had had an HR Department. Didn’t Philadelphia have DEI training?

Unintended Consequences Dept.

… from the presidential immunity ruling:


It’s pronounced Faw-nee, dammit!

God! You people.

And finally….

So consider… would this be enough for an arrest? Is the drone footage admissible?


And NOW you know why the cops want drones… and are getting them.

Don’t worry. They’ll take them away, soon enough. Too effective.

Thanks for reading The Ops Desk. Stay Safe!


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