Hawaii Supreme Court: 'The Wire' Invalidates the ConstitutionChris Menahan
Feb. 08, 2024
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The Hawaii Supreme Court on Wednesday cited a 2006 episode of HBO's "The Wire" to declare the Constitution invalid and strip a man of his Second Amendment rights.
From The Reload, "Hawaii Supreme Court Rejects Major Second Amendment Rulings in New Gun-Carry Decision":
The Aloha State's highest court upheld a man's gun-carry conviction on Wednesday after rejecting landmark decisions from the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).I guess his lawyer needed to counter with another line from the show (as opposed to the US Supreme Court)?
"Your Honors, I hear your argument but in Season Twelve, Episode Four..."
Instead of American history, the Hawaii court looked at the island's pre-American history for guidance on the protections provided by its state constitution.Americans need to wake up and realize the Constitution is a dead letter.
Every core aspect of what Joe Biden denigrated as our "white man's" "English jurisprudential culture" -- the idea that one is innocent until proven guilty, entitled to a fair trial and evidence is required to prove one's guilt -- is being completely eliminated in favor of people being found guilty or innocent based off their race and political beliefs.
Trump can be brought up on endless charges and kicked off state ballots with no precedence but Biden and his handlers are above the law.
The Wire and the Hawaiian Monarchy is more relevant to these judges than the Constitution or the Bill of Rights.
We need to change course quickly because the situation is only going to get worse.
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