The now famous blog is FAMOUS. Political reporter Neil Vigdor has cited a post in the now famous blog in his recent article on the nomination of judicial miscreant Andrew McDonald to head the third branch of the Connecticut government. The oldest, continuously published newspaper in America picked up this famous blog for a ‘smear’.
The editors of the Hartford Courant needed a citation to bring attention to the LGBT agenda of Governor Malloy in nominating a totally unqualified gay fuck buddy of the state’s deviant power structure. The state will soon boast having the first sodomite Chief Justice, whose only qualification is sexual deviancy and ability to pleasure Malloy.
Neil mentions that the hearing is on Monday, where the judiciary committee can pepper the faggot with questions unrelated to his sodomitic creed. The nominee holds power to drive the future of Connecticut further into the anus. Promoting sodomy teachings in schools to young boys. McDonald has cause to further the LGBTIQ deviant agenda. As head of the judicial branch he can drive the state to legalize pedophilia….the holy grail of the deviants.
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February 21, 2018
Gay Chief Justice Nominee Target Of Homophobic Smear
Lawmakers are condemning an extremist website’s attack on Andrew McDonald, the former Connecticut senator named by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to lead the state Supreme Court.
Already bracing for a fight over his nomination, McDonald has become the target of an anti-Semitic and anti-gay website that says he is advocating a “non-Christian” and “un-American” LGBT agenda. If confirmed, McDonald, a close ally of Malloy, would be the first openly gay chief justice in the nation.
The website also called McDonald “a deviant mole on a mission to undermine American society with LGBT issues, like misuse of a public restroom, butcher surgery of genitalia of the unfit, gender confusion, pedophilia.” It continued, “The judges have become the domestic enemies of the Constitution.”
Lawmakers swiftly responded to the attack.
“I’ve lived with a lot of homophobia in my life,” said state Sen. Beth Bye, D-West Hartford, who is gay. “I who have lived with it am shocked that these factions are picking a fight with Andrew McDonald. We think we’ve made progress, but there are still these factions that are out there. They’re insidious and they’re disrespectful of human beings.”
McDonald, the former chair of the Senate judiciary committee, must be confirmed by the legislature and is scheduled to testify before the judiciary committee Monday. He declined to comment Friday.
A request for comment was sent to the website’s owner, who used an internet masking service to hide his or her identity.
Republicans say that McDonald helped craft the repeal language when he was the governor’s general counsel, a claim that Democrats dispute, and that he advocated for the death penalty repeal when he was in the legislature.
“I think some are concerned about the positions that he’s held,” said state Sen. Toni Boucher, R-Wilton, who added that McDonald’s support for LGBT matters has become a “wedge” issue for some.
Bye said that McDonald’s fierce advocacy for gay marriage and adoption as a legislator has fueled the prejudice. She said she fears that it will rear itself during McDonald’s upcoming confirmation hearing, and pointed to recent criticism of fellow Justice Richard Palmer during his reappointment. The Lowell P. Weicker appointee, who is straight, voted to legalize gay marriage in Connecticut.
“Frankly, I think Mike Pence and Donald Trump have made it worse and have given cover to this kind of bigotry,” Bye said.
Tim Herbst, a vocal opponent of the McDonald pick and a Republican gubernatorial contender, said the justice’s sexual orientation isn’t a factor.
“I do not condone discrimination in any form,” said Herbst, the former Trumbull first selectman. “This is not about anything but a person’s record and credentials, as it should be.”
Malloy spokesman Leigh Appleby denounced the attack on McDonald, as did judiciary committee Co-Chair William Tong, who is also from Stamford.
“It’s sad that in 2018 we still witness these kinds of bigoted, anti-Semitic, homophobic attacks,” Appleby said. “We hope that all compassionate and fair-minded people will join us in forcefully condemning this vile language. This type of hatred has no place in civilized society.”
Said Tong, “This is why I worked so hard to strengthen the state’s hate crimes laws last year. These comments are despicable, and so far beneath the dignity of a response from the judiciary committee.”
McDonald is getting an assist from an unlikely constituency in the confirmation process. Forty-seven lawyers, including the law school deans of Yale, Quinnipiac and the University of Connecticut, signed a Feb. 15 letter to the state legislature urging it to keep politics out of the judicial confirmation process. While the letter did not mention McDonald by name, it coincides with his nomination for chief justice.
Among the signers was Stanley Twardy, who was appointed U.S. attorney for Connecticut by Ronald Reagan. David Ball, a managing partner of the Bridgeport law firm Cohen & Wolf, also signed. Both Herbst and House GOP Leader Themis Klarides serve as counsel to the same firm.
“We write to express concern about what some perceive as a dangerous trend in confirming sitting judges for continued or elevated positions: that legislators’ evaluation of sitting judges is becoming increasingly partisan in tone and increasingly focused on political concerns, rather than on a judge’s character, integrity, intellectual acumen and experience.”