30 August, 2018

Pro-Trump Man Arrested for Threatening Boston Newspaper Employees, or, the Jewing of Our Federal Laws

Posted by Socrates in Commerce Clause, federal authority vs. local authority, federal courts, federal government, federal laws, federal power, Felix Frankfurter, jewed law, media, media control, media criticism, Socrates, Trump, Trump's policies, Trumpphobia at 3:30 pm | Permanent Link

The pro-Trump man “was charged with making threatening communications in interstate commerce, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.”

Oh, it’s the old “interstate commerce” thing! Unfortunately, that thing has been ubiquitous since the radical Jewish judge Felix Frankfurter spread it all over the place. These days, the worship of “interstate commerce rules” is a federal government religion. (I’m not saying that the guy didn’t make threats. I’m saying that the “interstate commerce” laws are bullshit and they were designed to make actions taken by local businesses federal issues when they shouldn’t be).


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  7. 2 Responses to “Pro-Trump Man Arrested for Threatening Boston Newspaper Employees, or, the Jewing of Our Federal Laws”

    1. fd Says:

      Off Topic

      The excessive praise bestowed upon McCain has transformed into a dark production. It’s a little creepy. Washington city is a chamber of horrors.

    2. Antagonistes Says:

      McCain himself was creepy and weird. He is just attracting those like him—glory hogs, suck-ups, troubled people, cowards, self-haters, advantage-takers.