Supreme Court and Its Justices Break the Law
Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.
Five lawyers untethered to the Constitution do not make a law, and certainly not the law of the land, and clearly not a transformation of culture that has recognized the obvious creation of male and female, and the union of the two as marriage through millennia of human history. How can five individual lawyers who have cut the tether that ties them to the Constitution make the law of the land?
Mat Staver: Matt, five lawyers, in this case two of whom should have recused themselves, issued an opinion that has nothing to do with the Constitution, and frankly, doesn’t even have anything to do with the court’s precedence. The court just simply invents something completely brand new.
And out of that, they think that they have the authority to re-write human history and the created order. So that marriage now is between what it cannot be, and that is two people of the same sex. The reasoning in this case is absolutely kindergarten, it’s absurd…we can’t just accept anything that they say.
Matt Barber: Matt, I’ve never seen anything like this before. When you have the dissenting justices, the four dissenting justices here effectively saying that this decision is illegitimate, Alito basically said as much and so did Justice John Roberts. And there are so many aspects as to WHY this is an illegitimate decision along the lines of [the] Dred Scott decision, which basically upheld slavery.
And not the least of which is Title 28, Part 1, Chapter 21 Section 55 of the U.S. code which addresses the recusal aspects here. Justice Elena Kagan, Ruth Bader Ginsberg were required to disqualify themselves, were required to recuse themselves because they have presided over so-called gay marriages. They’ve officiated over them…
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