Monday, September 12, 2016

The toilet floaters who support Hillary

Yes, you've seen them in the news.  Most likely, you first saw them in a public bathroom when you went into a stall and discovered the person before you hadn't flushed.

They are Toilet Floaters for Hillary!

Take retired Col -- but forever Creep -- Morris Davis.

Cheney's bad heart, Bush 41 spewed, FDR had polio ... but a lady gets the vapors & it's a crisis.

The vapors?

She supposedly has pneumonia.

He defends her with sexism (vapors = depressed or hysterical).

But who would want Davis on their side to begin with?

Fired by Barack Obama in December of 2009, he has a shameful history.

WIKIPEDIA notes of his time as the Chief Prosecutor of the Guantanamo military commissions:

On February 28, 2006 Davis spoke out again regarding the commissions, saying:[5]
"Remember if you dragged Dracula out into the sunlight he melted? Well, that's kind of the way it is trying to drag a detainee into the courtroom."
As Candace Gorman, a defense attorney representing a Guantanamo detainee, noted, this was an odd statement from Davis since it was the military's fault that so few cases had come to trial before the military commissions. By early 2007, only David Hicks, an Australian citizen, was being tried, and all but one of the charges against him had been dropped before trial for lack of evidence.[10]
In March 2007 Davis challenged Major Michael Mori, the military defense counsel assigned to Hicks' case, by threatening him with prosecution for violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. He claimed that Mori had acted improperly in criticizing the military commissions while in Australia gathering evidence for the defense.[6][10][11][12] Mori responded angrily, "Are they trying to intimidate me?"[6]
Col. Dwight Sullivan, the Chief Defense Counsel for the military commissions, said that Major Mori’s behavior as defense counsel was “absolutely proper.”[6] He said that, “a military defense lawyer is supposed to provide the same level of representation as a civilian lawyer.” He said that in pressing Mr. Hicks’s case in Australia, “Major Mori is fulfilling his duty as an officer and as an attorney.”[6]

"The Guantánamo I Know"[edit]

On June 26, 2007 an op-ed by Davis, entitled "The Guantanamo I know", was published in the New York Times.[3] In it, Davis argued that the Guantánamo Bay detention center is humane, professional, and operating in compliance with international law.

Supreme court to hear challenges to the Military Commissions Act[edit]

Congress authorized the military commission system under the Military Commissions Act of 2006, to create an alternative to the existing federal and military system. It restricted detainees as enemy combatants and those whose review was pending, to the military commission process; it prohibited their use of federal courts. The government stayed pending writs of habeas corpus.
On June 29, 2007 the Supreme Court agreed to hear some outstanding claims of habeas corpus., opening up the possibility that they might overturn some or all of the Military Commissions Act.[13]
Davis called the Supreme Court's intention to review the MCA "meddling": [14]

These are the typical piece of human s**t that support Hillary.

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