39 thoughts on “SUPREME COURT APPLICANTS”

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    Sorry, Tarlika? Tarlika, Supreme Court?!!! This girl has it figured out. She pulled a favor, gets appointed to circuit court on her first try. Wants to move to Orlando or Tampa or wherever, and miraculously gets an appointment there, even with multiple other sitting judges looking for elevation. Each time, she is basically in the kindergarten classroom of courtrooms. No work. Just reward. Easy social cutesy photo opp courtrooms, somehow? And now, she figures “fuck it, I’ll put in for the SUPREME COURT because I know the clerks do all the work anyway. It’s ok that I’ve never tried a case and don’t know the law. It’s fine.” Which reminds me: she’s never tried a case!! Brent Reitman did her trials for her so she could have the exp for her appointment application. And she wants to put in for the Supreme Court. And she’s gonna get it. Her new husband is big big money. How do you think she got the move to Orlando/Tampa?! This is insanity. Anyway, she’s got it figured out!

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      You’re a moron. But, you’re typical Broward. No ambition. Just whine and be jealous.

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      You’re seriously going to fault someone for applying? Reminds me of how you all went after Singhal for years.

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        I honestly don’t think this has to do with jealousy. Nobody making any money wants to be a judge. I think the issue is frustration over how judgeships aren’t merit based. Tarlika is great, I like her as a friend fine, but she’s not particularly smart. Certainly not a legal scholar. And it’s frustrating to know that it doesn’t matter.
        And trust me she’s going to get it. She would never put herself out there unless she knew it was in the bag. She’s not Johnny weekes rich. She’s bill gates rich. Those people don’t embarrass themselves unless they know the thing is w done deal.

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          The pick is Renatha Francis. There’s no “trust me” about it. It’s done. That’s not even inside information, it’s simply knowing basic politics and the events of the last few years. But putting yourself out there means you are going to be considered not just now but in the future. There is absolutely nothing embarrassing about applying for an important position and not getting it. Seventeen people applied. Most are all-stars. Sixteen will not get it, but they are all likely to be considered for other positions as they become available.

          And, Florida Supreme Court Justices make over $225,000 per year. It may not be the greatest salary, but truly, if you’re making more than that as a salary, you’re not on here blogging. As far as wealth goes, you would be surprised. Tarlika is not at the top of this list—that’s got pretty much nothing to do with it. But again, this spot goes to Renatha.

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              No. The JNC will send out six qualified candidates and Governor DeSantis will appoint the one he wants. It just so happens that he already appointed Renatha in 2020 but she was just short of her years in the Bar. Now two years later, it’s a reasonable assumption he appoints the person he previously appointed—who also just happens to be a black woman.

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              That’s how lying cunt ana, made it. came out in her disbarment hearing when bogey called bob butteredhisnuts. It was to balance the court with Hispanics… So it appears, all that’s changed is the current color of the PC pick.

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            The embarrassing part is opening yourself up to three ridicule when you know you aren’t qualified. At all.

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              Yeah right. Didn’t even make the final six so he’s out. Renatha Francis gets it although Meredith Sasso is the best pick from that list.

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    Appointment is going to a black woman but you still have to apply and set things up for the future.

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    Bryson didn’t apply? Come on, she’s just getting started with visits to the Florida supreme court. Might as well already be there.

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    Dennis McHugh passed away. He was a warrior. True PD. May be Rest In Peace and sending love to his family and friends ❤️

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    Tarlika would be an asset if appointed to Supreme Court.
    Renatha applied to be a Supreme Court Justice when she didn’t meet the criteria. Hence she clearly does not follow the law. It was a great humiliation to DeSantis. It was an example of not following the law but rather Judicial activism.
    Go Tarlika

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      Nisha, I know she’s your buddy, but you know she isn’t qualified. She’s cool, but she’s not a legal scholar. She went to one of the worst law schools in the country, never tried a case, and has never had to defend her spot. She’s never presided over a trial. She doesn’t know the law. I promise you she doesn’t spend her time reading supervene court decisions or reading Florida law weekly. She shops and poses for photo ops. She’s not a brain. I would hope that the Florida Supreme Court at the very least would be merit based. It’s just so annoying arguing cases to judges who don’t have the brain power to understand legal concepts and nuances. That’s the frustration. We are all fucked when unqualified judges are on the bench. They don’t understand so they make the safe calls so they don’t rock the boat. On the circuit and county level this results in never getting motions to dismiss or suppress granted—because they don’t know the law and can’t think like legal brains. They’re dumb. Too dumb to be on the bench anyway. We all suffer for it.

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        Hold on now-Renatha went to Florida Coastal Law School which is the worst law school in nation. She never had jury trial experience. She applied to be a Supreme Justice when she did not have the required years. Therefore she does not follow the law. Just read the Supreme Court decision. Quite frankly you should also blame the JNC who nominated her.

        On the other hand Tarlika worked in the finest law firms and is incredibly intelligent. She waited until she had the criteria to apply and followed the law. Tarlika has jury trial experience as a State Attorney and with Haddad. Plenty of non-jury experience in private practice and as a jurist.

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        So let’s see….

        [✓] good looking
        [✓] does things the right way
        [✓] makes the right decisions
        [✓] happens to have money (so? is that illegal?)

        and….

        [✓] happens to make it look easy

        So let’s see.
        If there’s a rule that you have to struggle or make it look difficult in order to prove you’re “smart” or “qualified,” or a “legal scholar,” I’d like to see where that’s a requirement.

        In comparison to many others,
        in being on the bench… it just so happens there’s no requirement to make things complicated, to demean others, nor to struggle over trivial plights.

        In fact, you don’t have to make a mountain out of a molehill in order to…

        [✓] be an effective judge
        and
        [✓] ascend to the FSC

        and

        [✓] again happen to make it look easy

        So get over it.

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          Did you watch her interview? It was awful. She had these prepared very rehearsed opening and closing statements, at once claiming “diversity” because her dad is Columbian (??) and then also name dropping her Senator uncle and the fact that she comes from old Florida railroad money. Which is it Tarlika? Are you from columbian slums or are you a boarding school, trust fund baby railroad heiress?? Anyway, the substance of her answers, aside from her rehearsed openings and closings?? Devoid. She basically admitted she has no trial experience as a judge and no trial experience as a lawyer. The only example she had of anything she’s done on the bench was in an adoption case where she followed the law? I mean, it was a joke. I was embarrassed watching it. Honestly.

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            you racist ass- you do know just because her dad is Columbian doesn’t mean she comes from the ‘slums” -it is people like you that continue racist stereotypes. Hispanic people can have money.
            You are an envious person. Tarlika is liked by most people, except racist assholes like you.

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              Omg. Calm down. I read this comment (especially the questions marks after Colombian) to mean the that person was questioning why the fuck Tarlika was using her dads Colombian heritage to claim some tie to diversity when she clearly was not born or raised there and was by all accounts raised in the lap of luxury in close proximity only to her American family. The slums comment seemed like an obvious exaggeration/dramatization to highlight how dumb she sounds trying to use the fact that her dad was literally only born in Columbia to give her some diversity flavors.

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                If her dad is Colombian- she is half Colombian and has every right to claim that as her heritage. You are absolutely the person that wrote the comment. To equate Columbia with “slums” is racist and disgusting, and shows the real reason why this person (you) probably hates Tarlika, because how dare a Columbia person have $. Fuck off-racist asshole.

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      IF she wins (can’t say for sure) she could get elevated to the Federal courts then become Attorney General to Governor and then President. There’s a lot riding on this crucial first win though. It’s the stepping stone.

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        Seriously? Federal? Governor? She may have a shot at Statie Supreme. Or DCA. But she’s not bigtimer material.

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