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SHOCKING: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Halts Democrats’ Attempts To Get Trump Financial Records

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I must say I am pleasantly surprised. President Trump had to appeal to the Supreme Court over his financial records so that Democrats can manufacture another fake impeachment crime.

Unfortunately, the original decision allowing their release was at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, over which Ruth Bader Ginsburg has sway.

She stayed the court order until December 13th when the entire court will decide if they will hear the case.

There is a lot more at stake here than just President Trump. In the future do we want either party to be able to just grab whatever they want so they can look for a crime?

And if they can do that to the president, what could they do to you and me? It’s a scary thought.

In her order, Ginsburg wrote:

UPON CONSIDERATION of the application of counsel for the applicants,

IT IS ORDERED that the mandate of the United States Supreme Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, case No. 19-1540, issued December 3, 2019, is hereby recalled and stayed until 5 p.m. on December 13, 2019. It is further ordered that a response be filed on or before December 11, 2019 by 11 a.m.

Requests from Democrats are piling up on the front door of SCOTUS. Nobody should be allowed to get anyone’s records unless they can produce probable cause.

Fishing expeditions must be banned forever.

Democrats keep trying to compare Trump’s impeachment to Bill Clinton’s but they are completely different.

Bill Clinton had been found guilty of perjury which is a felony before he was impeached.

President Trump has committed no crime. The Democrats just know they can’t beat him in a fair election.


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