Keith Olbermann: ‘It Has Become Necessary to Dissolve the Supreme Court’
Corporate 'journalist' weighed on the current situation
Following the Supreme Court's decision to end Roe vs. Wade and pass the lawmaking onus on to states, the court's decision to overturn the ban on conceal carry in New York may be buried within the hysteria.
Corporate “journalist” Keith Olbermann did not forget to mention it, however.
Calls for violence and even an insurrection have been rising among leftists all week.
Olbermann and the left believe that intimidation is justifiable.
Unsurpisingly, Olbermann argues a case that reflects the gnashing of teeth and chaos over the past week.
The media talking head also presents a bizarre assertion that states should ignore the decision and violate our 2nd Amendment rights because they are “just a court” and “can't enforce the ruling.”
The same logic can be applied to say the states should have ignored Roe vs. Wade and made abortion illegal this entire time because the Supreme Court “can't enforce the ruling."
It has become necessary to dissolve the Supreme Court of the United States.— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) June 23, 2022
The first step is for a state the "court" has now forced guns upon, to ignore this ruling.
Great. You're a court? Why and how do think you can enforce your rulings?#IgnoreTheCourt
Olbermann seems to overlook the reality that people from certain states could also ignore the state government's attempts to enforce gun laws.
As Zerohedge notes:
How is New York going to compel the citizenry to give up their gun rights if millions of them take up arms and refuse to submit?
Two can play that game, and this dynamic never crosses Olbermann's mind.
The left appears to be intent to abandon any semblance of diplomacy or checks and balances to get what they want.
But they may be greatly overestimating their chances should political disagreement turn into physical conflict.
Meanwhile, Neon Nettle reported that fifteen Republicans sided with Democrats as the Senate passed a gun control bill this week, Senator Rand Paul highlighted that no one had time to even read the legislation due to it being “assembled in secret.”
“Unfortunately, this legislation was assembled as many are — in secret, absent well-placed leaks to journalists,” Paul tweeted.
“There doesn’t appear to be a willingness or time provided to read, understand, debate or amend this bill.”
“They didn’t even give us the actual bill to vote on it."
"They gave us a blank piece of paper and said, ‘Vote on this and trust us as to what the legislation will be when it comes forward and trust that there’ll be an actual amendment process,'” he said.