The American Court System from Michael Savages View

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The American Court System from Michael Savage’s View In Courts: Stench from the Bench, Michael Savage, American conservative talk radio host, author, and political commentator says that federal courts and judges in America today are worse than terrorists, judging from their works. Personified as people having to do with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the National Lawyers Guild, and other extremist left-wing groups, they may appear to be invincible. However, if all freedom-loving Americans unite against them, they could cause this force to fall apart, Savage said.
Savage appears to be an independent thinker and from his language shows that he will go after any politician that he believes does not properly defend border, language, culture. To Savage, without firm national borders, a common language, a common culture, America as a nation will not sustain itself through crises. The strength of his talk lies in his fine analytical mind with the undertone, Can America be saved Veering at times to other topics, he suggests that the attack on many fronts is well grounded. In this tirade against the court system, he speaks about the destruction of American Civilization as lying in the leftists, the communists. These discussions all connect to judges and their associates that influence their lop-sided decisions.
When Savage says, the stench from the bench is making me clench, he thinks much is wrong with the court system. The problems in America stops at the doors of the judges, he claims. Whenever there is a case, these radicals of the left bend the laws to conform to their own wishes. There are judges who have unrestrained powers and as such they have full control of where the verdict goes by virtue of their office, he implied. Instead of interpreting the law, they choose to make law. Savage claims that their unrestrained acts extend to the following –
A. Obstruction of nominees. The use their power to block the appointment of moderate and conservative nominees, aware that they could not be exploited by these radicals for their Internationalist agenda.
B. Practice of foreign jurisprudence. They file cases in other countries, acquire a ruling inclined to their side and then refer to such cases as the basis for law in America.
C. The Cultural Defense. They encourage cultural defense which is said to end with something like, in ones’ culture, it is all right to do such and such, and that the client was just acting in accordance with his culture. As such, culture is being degraded.
D. Outrageous litigations of Judges with ACLU connections. The history of activist judges on the bench show that many of them have prior history with the ultra-Left American civil Liberties Union (ACLU), he claims. One example is the Prop.209, the California Civil Rights Initiative previously okayed by 55 percent of voters and that would have ended affirmative racism in state hiring. Judge Thelton Henderson, former board member of both the ACLU and Equal Rights Advocates, had it overturned. In Washington State, voters also approved a state-wide referendum validating the statute banning assisted suicide. All persons are prohibited from knowingly causing or aiding other persons in ending their lives. Five years later, Judge Stephen Reinhardt of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the will of the people. Background Reinhardt’s wife, Ramona Ripston, is the executive director of the Southern California chapter of the ACLU.
In sum, Savage is dismayed that the Republicans, the media, and well-meaning American continue to cater to the ACLU and their leftist cohorts as though they were a branch of government. This is done without understanding that in actuality, these groups are using the courts to advance their internationalist, anti-God, and anti-traditional ideals.