Georgia Supreme Court

Georgia Supreme Court

“People are fed up with the negativity. I think people are ready for the conversation to turn,” she said. “We don’t have to agree with each other, but whatever happened to courtesy, and grace, and kindness, and speaking to each other with dignity? … I don’t understand who we’ve become.”

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We have “become” because the courts refuse to be wise.

The courts refuse to understand the difference between freedom of speech versus words that seek to harm, i.e., assault.

The courts that would never allow such disrespect, threats, and assault upon themselves, hypocrites that they are, keep inflaming the hatred in society.

As long as judges that are fools who flatter themselves that they are so wise sit on the benches the United States is going to increasingly become a nation of division, hatred, and crime.

Indeed, no society can function or remain that allows others to yell and finger a lawful organized assembly, let alone a solemn church function.

One day this will come back to haunt the Georgia Supreme Court as such rebellion will enter their courtroom en mass. For no reasonable person as only the Atheist and Anarchist could possibly find anything worthwhile in the middle-finger ruling of the Georgia Supreme Court.

The words of the mouth of the Georgia Supreme Court are both wicked and deceitful.

An oracle is within my heart concerning the sinfulness of the wicked: There is no fear of God before his eyes. For in his own eyes he flatters himself too much to detect or hate his sin. The words of his mouth are wicked and deceitful; he has ceased to be wise and to do good. (Psalm 36:1-3)

Take the Supreme Court of Georgia as just one example of unlawful anarchy.


  • Georgia’s highest court has reversed the conviction of a man who was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after he held up his middle finger and shouted at his pastor during a service. The unanimous opinion issued Monday says David Justin Freeman’s behavior amounts to speech protected by the First Amendment.  Pastor Jason Berry of the Church in Flowery Branch northeast of metro Atlanta asked teachers to stand for recognition during a service in August 2014. The court’s opinion says Freeman, a homeschooling father, stood and raised his middle finger in the air and then began yelling after the pastor finished his prayer. [link]

Just try flipping the finger and yelling in “Georgia’s highest court” and tell them it is freedom of speech.

Just wait until everyone has risen to allow these honorable judges to come in and sit down, then begin yelling with your middle finger raised high in the air and see what happens.

You could easily be shot and killed by one of the privileged protected police units just waiting for a little live target practice.

This is what has happened actress Roma Downey.

We have become divisive because the courts have inflamed the hate.

  • The Supreme Court of Georgia on Monday overturned the conviction of David Justin Freeman, who had been found guilty of disorderly conduct. The court ruled that Freeman acted within his First Amendment right to free speech when he flipped the bird at the pastor and, later, ranted about public schools being evil and influenced by Satan.  – The Patch

These nit-wit-judges don’t mind such conduct in a church, but you can be sure they would whine to hell’s high howls if individuals starting doing such in Georgia’s Supreme Court. 1SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA 244 Washington Street, Suite 572 Atlanta, Georgia 30334 Phone: (404) 656-3470 FAX: (404) 656-2253

Next time all of you, or you’all, are in Georgia’s Supreme Court, when it is time to rise and honor The Supreme Court of Georgia (top row, from left): Chief Justice Harris Hines; Justice Carol Hunstein; Justice David Nahmias; (second row, from left): Justice Robert Benham, Justice Keith Blackwell, Justice Britt Grant; (third row, from left): Justice Michael Boggs, Justice Harold Melton, Justice Nels Peterson, …just flip-the-bird.

Anyone up for a bet?

I bet if you flipped-the-middle-finger in the Georgia Supreme Courtroom it would wipe the smiling smirk off their faces.


_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams
[proverbs 18:2]

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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