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The sudden death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, is no doubt a tragic blow for traditional conservatives around the country, and couldn’t have come at a worse possible moment for our country.

Justice Scalia was a beacon of conservative values within a turbulent sea of progressive change, an unwavering light that stood in stark contrast to the pop culture of the day.

And his untimely death at 79 means President Obama could have an unprecedented chance to try to shift the balance of the court during his final year in office.

Which prompted Republican presidential Ben Carson to speak-out about the passing of Justice Scalia, and unhappy to see negative comments being made about him.

“We need to start thinking about the divisiveness that is going on in our country,” Carson said. “I looked at some of the remarks that people made after finding out that Justice Scalia had died, and they were truly nasty remarks.”

“We should be thinking about how can we create some healing in this land,” Carson said. “But right now, we’re not gonna get healing with President Obama. That’s very clear, so I fully agree that we should not allow a judge to be appointed during his time.”

However Obama said he planned "to fulfill my constitutional responsibility to nominate a successor in due time."

Which actually means that he intends to push through a candidate as soon as possible, and will use every trick in the book to get a conformation…if anything Obama has shown himself to be extremely versatile in pushing through his agenda.

Source: Breitbart

 

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