This Thursday was the judgment day – when the Democrats announced the destruction of The Supreme Court as well as the justice system in our dear country.
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Sen. Edward Markey, along with a handful of Democratic House members led by Rep. Jerrold Nadler of New York, have gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court and declared the changes they were about to do, thus, destroying this sacred institution.
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 15, 2021
According to Mass Live:
“House and Senate Democrats, led by Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey, on Thursday unveiled legislation that would expand the number of seats on the Supreme Court in an effort to “restore balance” to the high court after it gained three Republican justices during the Trump administration.
The legislation would add four seats to the high court, from a total of nine to 13. House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler, subcommittee Chair Hank Johnson, and Rep. Mondaire Jones joined Markey in unveiling the legislation.”
The whole BIG FUSS is the following, as it was well analyzed in a report I just previously read:
“Donald Trump nominated and seated three justices during his single term, none of them particularly originalist as they were advertised to be as we discovered when they refused to hear legitimate legal challenges to pre-election changes in state voting laws. Nonetheless, they’re pretty conservative otherwise and, well, Democrats just can’t have that. Owning Congress and the White House isn’t good enough; they need to own the Judicial Branch as well.”
Boom: Biden and his handlers get four new justices to add to the three currently on the court and they’ll technically get a 7-6 majority (though Chief Justice John Roberts has been awfully ‘blue,’ not ‘red,’ in recent years).”
“There can be no justification for what they did,” said Nadler of the then-GOP-controlled Senate confirming all three of Trump’s nominees, though all they did was fill existing vacancies, not create new ones.