Saturday, March 2, 2024

LIN WOOD: Was the ‘John Roberts’ on Jeffrey Epstein’s Flight Log the Chief Justice?

'America is now entitled to know the answer. Every lie will be revealed...'

Conservative super-attorney Lin Wood raised questions on Thursday as to whether Chief Justice John Roberts flew on pedophile millionaire Jeffrey Epstein‘s Lolita Express.

The tweet seemed unlikely to endear Wood at the Supreme Court, where his colleague, Sidney Powell, has a case on the docket to potentially present evidence of vote fraud in the Nov. 3 election.

It came following the court’s disappointing rejection of a Texas lawsuit, characterized by President Donald Trump as “the big one.”

That case sought to allow the legislatures of Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan to invalidate the certified election results due to unconstitutional, last-minute changes in voting laws

However, the suit was rejected over Texas’s supposed lack of standing, even though the Supreme Court is the only court with jurisdiction to regulate disputes between states.

The tweet from Wood followed reports—which a court spokesperson disputed—that Roberts had yelled at his fellow justices during a meeting to decide whether to accept the Texas case.

A clerk reportedly heard Roberts tell conservative justices, “Are you going to be responsible for the rioting if we hear this case?” according to the report from the Hal Turner Radio Show.

Roberts also allegedly dressed down Justice Neil Gorsuch, one of three Trump appointees: “You are forgetting what your role here is Neil, and I don’t want to hear from the two junior justices anymore. I will tell you how you will vote.”

Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett all appeared to have sided with Roberts and the court’s three liberal justices in dismissing the Texas suit.

Justice Clarence Thomas, the court’s most senior jurist, dissented, along with Justice Samuel Alito, in the case dismissal.

Thomas reportedly responded to Roberts’ diatribe by saying “This is the end of democracy, John.”

Conservatives have warily eyed Roberts, a George W. Bush appointee, since he sided with liberals in 2010 to allow the Affordable Care Act by designating its controversial individual mandate as a constitutionally permissible tax.

But whether due to personal clashes or other outside influences, he has grown discernibly more liberal during the Trump presidency, particularly following the 2018 retirement of “moderate” Anthony Kennedy and the recent death of far-left Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

The trend of conservative justices wobbling under the liberal pressures of Washington, DC, social circles has been so prevalent since the mid-20th century that it now has its own name, the “Greenhouse effect,” in honor of  former New York Times court reporter Linda Greenhouse, who would shame justices into abandoning their values.

Wood’s more sinister suggestion—that the nation’s top judge may be compromised as part of a widespread ring of powerful child-abusers—might have been readily dismissed in a bygone era.

Yet, leftist plots such as the Russia-collusion hoax to undermine Trump’s presidency, have exposed widespread corruption within many of the nation’s trusted institutions and sown the seeds of doubt, allowing dubiously supported rumors like the QAnon theory to flourish.

Wood and Powell have likewise helped fuel the conspiratorial outrage with their shocking allegations of vote fraud, promising to deliver a smoking gun—or a Kraken, as it were—that would force a reversal of the presidential election.

Powell’s pending Supreme Court case alleges that Dominion Voting Systems flipped thousands—and potentially millions—of Trump votes to Democrat Joe Biden in the urban strongholds of several key battleground states.

But the Trump-backing lawyers have been unable, thus far, to sway mainstream media outlets to their cause.

“MSM has shown no interest in investigating issue to find TRUTH,” Wood wrote in his tweet about Roberts.

Nonetheless, he promised, “America is now entitled to know the answer. Every lie will be revealed.”

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