Did you guess right? Yes, presiding over a Gay marriage would make you somewhat impartial…ya think? Kagan and Ginsburg – the definition of impartial…
Just last September Justice Kagan officiated at a same-sex wedding. That’s just the latest of a long history of Kagan’s LGBT activism. Justice Kagan is hugely biased on LGBT issues (for obvious reasons). She, as well as the ‘Wise Latina” Justice Sotomayor were nominated for the court not because of their knowledge and wisdom in all things constitutional, but solely to advance minority agendas.
Kagan has been committed to the radical campaign pushing acceptance of homosexuality and transgenderism as “Civil Rights.” Her unprecedented activism supporting that view as Dean of Harvard Law School calls into question her ability to judge fairly and impartially on same-sex “marriage”. Working hand in hand with students to expel military recruiters in protest over the Armed Forces’ ban on homosexuals (a “moral injustice of the first order,” she wrote) is only the most obvious example of Kagan’s passionate dedication to this controversial and immoral agenda.
Even before her nomination to the Court, her enthusiastic and committed pro-homosexuality activism at Harvard (including her recruitment to the faculty of radical “gay” activist scholars like former ACLU lawyer William Rubenstein and elevation of radical out lesbian Professor Janet Halley) was highly significant for the making of the nation’s next generation of Lawyers and Judges.
So going in, the “Same-Sex Marriage” forces have 3 solid votes, Kagan, Sotomayor and the senile old bat, Buzzy Ginsburg, who also has recently performed same sex marriages ceremonies, and who’s record of twisted liberal logic and written dissenting opinion against the spirit of the Constitution is on record for all to see. That leaves only two votes needed to ensconce the LGBT agenda firmly into the fabric of the nation.
And I doubt very seriously these same 3 Justices would ever see fit to rule assuring my right to self defense by legalizing my carry permit in all fifty states.