Trump refuses to comply with judge’s order to unblock people on Twitter account.

By |2018-05-26T06:33:53-08:00May 25th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |13 Comments

Because, you know, laws are for people not named “Trump.”

Courtesy of Newsweek:

President Donald Trump defied a federal court judge who ruled Wednesday that it was unconstitutional for the president to block people on Twitter over their dissenting political views.

Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald in Manhattan ruled that comments on Trump’s personal Twitter account—and those of other officials in the U.S. government—were public forums and that blocking critics for voicing their views breached the First Amendment of the Constitution.

Eugene Gu, a surgeon at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and one of the seven plaintiffs in the lawsuit, told Newsweek on Thursday that Trump still hasn’t complied with the court’s ruling. “I am still blocked,” Gu said at 11 a.m. ET. “I have spoken to the other plaintiffs, and they are still blocked as well.”

Although Buchwald did not order Trump or Dan Scavino, the White House director of social media, to unblock the individual plaintiffs in the case, she did announce that a declaratory judgment should be sufficient.

“Because no government official is above the law and because all government officials are presumed to follow the law once the judiciary has said what the law is, we must assume that the President and Scavino will remedy the blocking we have held to be unconstitutional,” she wrote.

Has this judge not met Trump?

I have to admit that I find it endlessly comical that the guy who insults everybody within earshot and bullies everybody close to him,  runs and hides under his bed at the slightest insult like some grade school child.

This man is supposed to be the Commander-in-Chief, not some snowflake who curls up in the fetal position every time somebody hurts his delicate little feelings. 

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  1. Anonymous May 25, 2018 at 2:22 pm

    “Wallace paused and said: “I’m not reading anymore of this, these are bold face lies.”“fairy tales and fantasy””

  2. anonymous May 25, 2018 at 2:28 pm

    FB>”The world has enough problems. Real problems. Intractable problems. Problems that aren’t political, that don’t lend themselves to easy answers, that are far too often far too low on our collective level of awareness. With all these problems, we don’t need to be creating new ones.
    The latest back and forth around NFL players and the National Anthem is just exhausting. What started as a quiet act of protest, an act of dissent in keeping with our Constitutional protections about the real problem in this nation of systemic racial injustice, was stoked by President Trump for his cynical political gain into a big deal meant to divide us as citizens.
    Now you can disagree with the players and their protests. You can argue that this is a business and they are employees. Or you can believe that this act of civil disobedience should be heralded and encouraged. I personally stand for the National Anthem and encourage others to do so. That is what’s in my heart. And yet I recognize the right of these players to act in their conscience and I applaud their eagerness to try to bring attention to an important issue. I do not believe they are disrespecting the flag or our armed forces. Rather they are showing the breadth and ideals of our Constitutional republic.
    But the bigger issue is that in a world where we are not addressing real problems like climate change, or refugees, or income disparity, we must recognize what is really going on. President Trump thrives on being on the attack, especially if his target is “others” – as in those who have not traditionally been part of the American power structure due to their gender, race, religion, or cultural identity. He is a man who likes to create new problems rather than solving the ones that really need solving. It is the calculus of someone who tallies wins and losses only in terms of how they pertain to his wealth, status and power, not to the nation he is tasked with leading, let alone the larger world.” <Dan the Man Rather

  3. Anonymous May 25, 2018 at 2:34 pm

    “Amended letters all provide Trump with a number of corrections, ranging from grammatical errors to factual inaccuracies -hat letter, which was given a F grade, also provided various pieces of advice including ‘this doesn’t make sense’ and ‘get a thesaurus’.

    “The person marking the letter offered up this piece of advice about Trump’s vocabulary: ‘Taking hostages is ‘beautiful’?? AGAIN, VOCAB!’

    PS “‘If it’s irrelevant, why mention it at all?'”

  4. Anonymous May 25, 2018 at 2:57 pm

    Ari Melber Shows Bombshell Video Of Sanctioned Russian Oligarch At Trump Tower To Meet Michael Cohen

    Melber said, “New heat on Michael Cohen as he’s busted for a trump tower meeting that has never been disclosed before. Michael Cohen secretly met with a sanctioned Russian billionaire just 11 days before the inauguration meeting. It is now under investigative scrutiny. And there’s video. Cohen met with Victor Vexleberg. He’s the same oligarch behind the company that funneled half a million dollars to Michael Cohen’s shell company that, yes, paid stormy Daniels. The context is key. Vekselberg is considered so clearly and blatantly close to Putin that even the trump administration has sanctioned him.”

  5. Anoymous May 25, 2018 at 3:16 pm

    YIKE$! “The company says it will hire 3,000 to 4,000 content moderators to review these complaints, and will deploy machine-learning algorithms when possible.” “Facebook is also targeting issue-based advertising. ”
    ““So, now we have private sector campaign finance regulation. That’s a pretty dystopian present.”

    The public is now left with the Facebook Election Commission ― and maybe the Google Election Commission and the Twitter Election Commission. Both Google and Twitter have proposed some form of online ad disclosure on their respective platforms after they were also used by Russian trolls in 2016. For now, online political ad disclosure will be balkanized, as digital platforms will have different policies due to a lack of federal enforcement.”

    “Hard Questions: Why Doesn’t Facebook Just Ban Political Ads?”

  6. Anonymous May 25, 2018 at 3:22 pm

    Color me unsurprised. The pompous ass cannot handle being ridiculed or shamed; adoration only, or GTFO!

  7. Anon May 25, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    Maybe Twitter should delete his account if he cannot follow the rules.

    • Anonymous May 25, 2018 at 7:21 pm

      The rules don’t apply to him.
      Perhaps it’s time to tell him that they do, but Twitter doesn’t care because they’re making money hand over fist on this idiot.
      It’s ALWAYS about money.

  8. Trump - The Unchristian May 25, 2018 at 8:16 pm

    Where’s the tweets of pictures of him condomlessly ejaculating inside the hooker while his wife and newborn were at home?

  9. Anonymous May 25, 2018 at 8:33 pm

    The multi chin isn’t subject to the rule of law. The child is special.

  10. AnotherAnon May 28, 2018 at 7:26 pm

    No shit. Even if she had specifically ordered that he unblock everyone that has been blocked, he would defy that and wait until he was declared in contempt and then defy that too. Exactly who did she think she was dealing with?

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