Roy Moore Wants Justice Ginsburg Impeached

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore told the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins last week that Congress should impeach Justice Ginsburg because her presiding over an entirely legal same-sex marriage ceremony is somehow magically ushering in an “age of chaos.”

“We have justices on the Supreme Court right now who have actually performed same-sex marriages, Ginsburg and Kagan,” Moore continued. “Congress should do something about this.”

He said that if Justice Ginsburg does not recuse herself from the case, then Congress should commence impeachment proceedings.

“This is undermining the rule of law in our country and ushers in an age of chaos,” Perkins added.

I have a much better idea. Let’s impeach Roy Moore, who has made abundantly clear that he believes the Bible is the highest legal authority in the country, not the Constitution, and who continues to push the clearly wrong nullification principle.

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  • llewelly

    I hope he’ll push that nullification crap so far he will get impeached.

    But then he’ll march around in public carrying a big cross, and get re-elected. Like last time …

  • StevoR

    Roy Moore was the one who wanted to execute people for being lesbian right? Who thinks Leviticus is the basis for the US legal code too yeah?

    Impeach him for sure! How did he ever get through law school and get his position in the first place??

  • StevoR

    This klown :

    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/dispatches/2015/05/25/moore-pursuit-of-happiness-means-following-gods-law/

    yeah? Cannot be two of them can there? How did he get in? Elected judge I take it – proving why that’s a very bad idea.

  • John Pieret

    This is undermining the rule of law in our country and ushers in an age of chaos

    Um … Where those marriages were performed same sex marriages were legal before the recent cases overturning state bans and will still be legal even if the Supreme Courts upholds the Sixth Circuit. What’s that about the rule of law?

  • busterggi

    But Scalia & Alito, who believe in demons possessing people, are okay?

  • Pierce R. Butler

    Can gay marriage really generate more chaos than heterosexuals having – brace yourself – kids?

  • marcus

    The Notorious RBG has more integrity and intelligence in her discarded toenail clippings than Roy Moore will ever have in his entire life.

  • theguy

    “We have justices on the Supreme Court right now who have actually performed same-sex marriages, Ginsburg and Kagan,” Moore continued.

    So apparently that’s bad, but Moore advocating the death penalty for homosexuality is apparently fine? WTF?

    “’This is undermining the rule of law in our country and ushers in an age of chaos,’ Perkins added.”

    Hate to break it to you, Dances-With-White-Supremacists Perkins, but the rule of law is undermined by bloodthirsty judges who advocate mass murder. He seriously had this bastard on his show? How can they claim to “hate the sin and love the sinner” without routinely getting jeered at?

  • carpenterman

    Roy Moore is living proof why there should be no such thing as elected judges. No matter how skewed and wrong his take on the law is, there will be enough like-minded voters to put him back on the bench.

  • notruescott

    Sadly, idiots like this can be appointed just as easily as being elected. More easily, in fact, in that it only takes one other idiot.

  • postwaste

    Sounds like he’s setting up a “legal” reason to disregard the Supreme Court’s ruling if it doesn’t go his way.

  • aronymous

    When Scalia went duck hunting with Cheney a few weeks after SCOTUS agreed to take a case regarding an appeal to lawsuits against the admin’s energy task force in 2003, the left (rightly) went nuts.

    This seems similar. Both Scalia and Ginsburg could have waited a few weeks – to give the appearance of impartiality, even though we know the way each of them lean.

    This just gives the right something to whine about, rile the base, and raise money.

  • marcus

    It may seem similar, but it is not. SCOTUS has already determined that ssm is constitutional where it is legal. Hence what RBG did was legal and sanctioned by the court.

    Scalia was conducting a personal (legal, though IMO, questionable) relationship with a principal and directly involved participant in a case that was coming before him. In the end, it probably doesn’t matter because, as you said, he was going to find as he did anyway.

    “This just gives the right something to whine about, rile the base, and raise money.”

    Who cares? Fuck them. They would gin up something anyway. Their incessant and idiotic whining is going to cost them in the end, reasonable people are getting tired of hearing it.

  • sigurd jorsalfar

    Roy Moore needs to take a chill pill. Sure, Justice Ginsburg performed a gay marriage ceremony, but she absolutely refused to bake the cake.

  • dingojack

    No, no Roy Moore’s fashion sense is inflamed:

    He wants Judge Ginsberg in peach (black is so last year!)

    😉 Dingo