A California court has ruled that anyone can run for president on the California ballot – whether or not they are eligible under the Constitution of the United States.
Judge Michael P. Kenny threw out a case raising questions over President Barack Obama's eligibility that had been brought by Gary Kreep of the United States Justice Foundation on behalf of Ambassador Alan Keyes.
I am very grateful to Judge Kenny for acknowledging from the Bench that the supreme law of the land doesn't matter anymore. Since the rules don't matter, it must therefore follow that assassinating certain people (like Judges) must also be OK even though the rules say otherwise.
I advocate the assassination of California Judge Michael P. Kenny for breaching the Oath he swore when he became a California State Judge. In that Oath, among other things, he swore to uphold the Constitution of California and the Constitution of the United States.
He has now intentionally violated that oath and, in my opinion, deserves to be killed.
Incidentally, this type of speech is PROTECTED pursuant to the following U.S. Supreme Court Rulings:
"Brandenburg v. Ohio" 395 U.S. 444, 447 (1969) which ruled that advocating crime is legal as long as the remarks are uttered in a context which does not lend itself to imminent lawlessness.
Virginia v. Black" 538 U.S 343, 359 (2003) which held that doing or saying certain things cannot be considered Prima Fascia evidence of an intent to intimidate and thus are not prosecutable "True Threats." AND;
" Watts v. United States" 394 U.S.705 (1969) Id. at 708 which specifically allows and protects talk of killing federal or state officials (specifically the President of the United States) when there is little likelihood the speech will be acted upon. Such talk is defined by the court as "crude political hyperbole."
If, seeing as the rules don't apply anymore, someone decides to try to do anything about the speech I've just uttered / written, I will defend my First Amendment rights by making use of my Second Amendment rights. The only thing anyone has to ask themselves is if they are willing to be on the wrong end of my gun when I do so.