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Just to -- -- of talk radio news service to combat the media coverage of this Justin thinks that some bias in the media coverage and that being mean.
John Roberts Chief Justice -- -- -- I think we're gonna get you would -- -- -- but your hair.
Tell us tell -- all what's wrong with a media coverage of this.
I'll look pretty -- -- you know after we saw the ruling come out we saw a lot of bloggers post the question.
Did politics play a role in this did the Chief Justice change the pain at last minute.
And first it seemed like conspiracy theory but not soon afterwards we saw some legitimate media reports saying that.
In fact according to inside sources from the Supreme Court including clerks and secretaries.
The Chief Justice actually did change his opinion.
But just don't like big chain and the like anybody else looking at any issue he -- -- right to change that opinion and.
Did this this idea that he changed at the last minute is just not true he changed he changed his mind.
And then there was a month.
A whole month.
Before the decision was published in which the conservative wing of the -- tried to change his mind back.
That's the debate that's what -- just isn't supposed to do what's wrong.
-- looking at it and -- all actually know.
This is the right way to go.
No I mean that that is one way to look at it notified of the future if -- changes opinions but.
It looks like he did it based off of political pressure.
Yeah they'll wait and see evidence that some what do you know why has called him instead -- Chief Justice.
If you don't do this we gonna do mean things to do we're gonna take away your lunch money.
The -- is the evidence he was put under any political president there isn't any.
-- available if we just saw some very serious discussions not too long ago -- the media where you know some very prominent columnists such as he JD John from the Washington Post.
Really put on some intense scrutiny.
Under Justice Scalia for the comments that he made following the Arizona Supreme Court ruling so if you just look at from a purely media perspective.
If there are some very legitimate reasons as some new media reports have shown that.
He could've been influenced by outside sources or by the media so or -- night.
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in his position and -- all -- for a lifetime.
Unable to be forced out by pretty much anybody in the world.
Is scared that EJ Deon in the new York times of the Washington Post or whatever he EJ Deon right so is gonna right -- things about him so he changed his mind.
That's all of everything -- everything is.
When Justice Scalia made his political remarks following the Arizona immigration ruling there was an intense scrutiny and there are some people asking should he resign.
Should he be impeached.
Should Scalia -- stepped down because you obviously playing the role of politician.
And what we're seeing right now is somebody who is equally as influenced by politics not receiving the same questions and from a media perspective that is something that is just.
Extra -- -- again there is no evidence that he was influenced by politics.
-- cause I don't know.
But there is no evidence nobody was -- for a single shred.
Evidence that the Chief Justice made a political decision he's being accused of making a political decision by people who disagree with his decision -- -- -- -- -- -- -- decision he -- been accused of making a political decision by those who disagree -- that.
Where's the evidence that there was politics involved in -- the Chief Justice did.
-- I think he may have turned -- -- -- So we didn't need him -- and all right we'll come back we'll come back to Justin let me put this -- yeah I know.
They shut their own might go out.
It's -- I really -- I even had a couple of turned on my.
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