Everyone inside the Beltway and media newsrooms are in a furor this week over Republican Senator Chuck Schumer’s comments at a pro-abortion rally on the steps of the Supreme Court, shaking his fist at the white marble building and threatening new justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch before the crowd, warning, “I want to tell you, Gorsuch. I want to tell you Kavanaugh. You have released a whirlwind and you have to pay the price.”
The threat was like a match to gasoline in the staid halls of Washington and the media started another round of outrage rippling across the nation. Never before had a senator or any other high public official ever made such a public threat to black robed justices about a case pending before the Supreme Court.
A pundit in the Wall Street Journal shot back at Schumer: “The “whirlwind”? “What hit you”? We won’t go so far as to call that an incitement to violence, but it surely was a threat of political reprisal against the Justices if they don’t vote the way Mr. Schumer wants. Does he mean impeachment or packing the Court?”
Even Chief Justice John Roberts, who never says anything to anyone in public, issued a comment from inside the hollowed chambers of justice, declared in a statement: “Justices know that criticism comes with the territory, but threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate, they are dangerous. All Members of the Court will continue to do their job, without fear or favor, from whatever quarter.”
Schumer’s office then issued a statement through a spokesperson, explaining Chuck’s finger pointing, saying ““Sen. Schumer’s comments were a reference to the political price Senate Republicans will pay for putting these justices on the court, and a warning that the justices will unleash a major grassroots movement on the issue of reproductive rights against the decision.”
Then Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell stepped up before podium on the staid, carpeted floor of Congress, declaring: “Contrary to what the Democratic leader has since tried to claim, he very clearly was not addressing Republican lawmakers or anybody else. He literally directed the statement to the justices, by name. And he said, quote, ‘if you go forward with these awful decisions,’ which could only apply to the court itself. The minority leader of the United States Senate threatened two associate justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. Period. There’s no other way to interpret that.”
Yes, what Chuck said was a threat, and it was intentional. It was exactly the kind of tactic designed by Saul Alinsky, the community organizer from Chicago, who wrote Rules for Radicals dedicated to Lucifer, and who was and still is Barack Obama’s guiding demon, employed to gain more power for the Progressive/Socialist cause and bring radical social change to us all.
Schumer’s Alinsky bullying of the highest court in the land, stirring anger and fear inside Washington, is yet another example of Barack’s bringing Saul’s tactics from sleazy Chicago to the hallowed halls of Washington, and into our living rooms and computer screens.
Saul said during the 1960s, when he was king of the community organizers, best know for his attacks on Chicago city hall and Mayor Richard J. Daley, that “you only get power as a reaction to a threat.” In one of his more memorable, creative organizing moments, Saul announced he planned to send scores of well-dressed black men go to O’Hare International Airport and flush all its toilets at the exact same time – a Flush-in – which caused enough panic among Daley’s minions that they quickly agreed to sit down and negotiate demands from Saul’s neighborhood organization.
Because, Saul said, it is “an ability to act” that allows one to leverage for power.
“All progress comes as a response to a threat, and the reaction to the threat is where you get progress.”
“There is no evolution without revolution,” Saul said. “And there is no revolution without conflict. This is what separates liberals from radicals.”
So it looks like Chuck’s threat outside the Supreme Court was his official coming out as an Alinsky/Obama radical. No more pussyfooting around as a mere liberal.
Of course, there have been other Alinsky-threating moments among Barack’s progressive pals in Congress, most recently Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi ramrodding the horseshit impeachment hearings through Congress, trashing the rule of law and constitution along the way. Like Schumer’s, the impeachment was a threat kept hysterically alive by the media, spewed into our living rooms, so we would all want to rally and take down the Donald.
The Kavanaugh hearings were an Alinsky threat, with angry protesters shouting for “justice” outside congress, and feminists chasing undecided Senators into elevators screeching, “I was raped! Don’t you care?” hoping to turn the vote on Kavanaugh their way.
The entire two-year Russian Collusion “bombshells” thrown daily from CNN and The New York Times and Washington Post into our living rooms through tv screens, was another series of sustained Alinsky attacks to take down Trump, on absolutely no facts or journalistic integrity. But Saul also said you don’t have to be moral or tell the truth in what you do. Just say anything or do anything in order to win.
Chuck’s fist-shaking appearance before the Supreme Court was another good place for him to finally show his new radical stripes. He was speaking before abortion-rights activists as the Supreme Court was considering whether to curtail the ability of abortion providers to sue on behalf of women seeking abortions, called third-party standing, telling the cameras and Gorsuch and Kavanaugh, “You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions.”
Because abortion is the keystone of the radical socialist revolution. It is draped in a “woman’s right to choose,” and a “reproductive right,” but with recent laws in places like in Barack’s Illinois allowing third trimester abortions, it has become an instrument of death, an attack on the creation of families, as was homosexual marriage.
Marx said in order to install socialism, one must first take down a culture by attacking its moral foundations and beliefs, then installing your new totalitarian social rules. The birth of children and the creation of family is the very foundation of the middle class.
So hang in there Neil and Brett. The Alinskyites at the end of the day are, like all bullies, spineless cowards, afraid to show their faces in the light.