Insurrection: Democrats canvass abolishing the Supreme Court

This isn’t a toilet wall. This is Politico: Biden urged to take a blowtorch to the court after Roe ruling.
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12 Responses to Insurrection: Democrats canvass abolishing the Supreme Court

  1. Baba says:

    At least Biden has Russia on the ropes. Apparently.

  2. Ed Case says:

    Repubs aren’t going anywhere in the MidTerms, thanks to the Soups.

    The Dems are the Right Wing of the Repubs, history has shown that Repubs running as AntiAbortion candidates can’t get elected to Congress.

  3. Ed Case says:

    At least Biden has Russia on the ropes. Apparently.
    Biden is gonna keep pumping weapons into Ukraine while the State Department keeps up the pressure on the Third World to repudiate any Trade with Russia.

    Remember the War in the Balkans?
    Serbia carried all before it for a while, then the tide turned and NATO picked the bones clean.

  4. Fat Tony says:

    Biden was put there by his CCP/WEF/Bilderberg masters to loot & root the USA.

    I’d say he was doing a splendid job – for them.

  5. Buccaneer says:

    The destruction of the Supreme Court is a feature not a consequence for dems, if they can blame the gop for it even better. Ironically, the author of that article show no awareness that the supreme courts role is not to make law and that it’s the insistence that it makes law that is the problem.

  6. Jannie says:

    The Federal bureaucracy does not need the Supreme Court for anything. Its various branches are guaranteed funding, they decide what the law means and whether or not to enforce it, and whom to enforce it against. That became very clear during the Civil War, and is clear again now. Whoever controls the bureaucracy, especially the alphabet spook agencies, controls.

    I have heard it said that the US is in a Post Constitutional phase. Digging down I read that the second president, Thomas Adams, said the constitution could only work for a moral and religious people. The USA is no longer moral or religious. The Constitution sounds pretty good, but in practice it is defunct.

  7. Fat Tony says:

    The Constitution sounds pretty good, but in practice it is defunct.

    Didn’t the various State & Federal governments in Australia piss all over the Australian Constitution?

    It’s just a piece of paper, more like guidelines than rules…

  8. Boambee John says:

    Is the Supreme Court mentioned in the Constitution? If so, actual abolishment would require an amendment.

  9. Jannie says:

    Extract from Wiki of Article 3 of the US constitution:

    The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.

    Article 5 of the Constitution states that proposed amendments to the Constitution be approved by a 2/3 vote in both Congress and the Senate, and must then be approved by 3/4 of all States.

    If the Supreme Court is abolished, then the constitution itself is void. I think abolishment would require a civil war, and a wholly new form of government.

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