Decision On Packing The Court After SCOTUS Rulings

It is no secret that the Democrats want to expand the US Supreme court, but recent polling of American voters shows that doing so is not popular. Democrats declare that the court is too extreme- but it is the left that is too extreme.

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According to recent polls, a majority of voters do not want to expand the number of justices appointed to the high court. However, the idea has been pushed by the left for a long time.

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In 2021, one of the most radical Marxist revolutionaries in Washington DC US Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-NH) wrote about her romantic version of destroying the power of the US Supreme Court by expanding the number of sitting judges:

“Expand the Supreme Court By Elizabeth Warren, Boston Globe Editorial on December 15, 2021:

This month, a majority of justices on the United States Supreme Court signaled their willingness to gut one of the court’s most important decisions over the past century, threatening to eliminate Roe v. Wade and a person’s right to choose.

This is not the first time this extremist court has threatened, or outright dismantled, fundamental rights in this country. For years, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority — recently supercharged to 6-3 — has issued decision after decision that veers away from both basic principles of law and widely held public opinion.

With each move, the court shows why it’s important to restore America’s faith in an independent judiciary committed to the rule of law. To do that, I believe it’s time for Congress to yet again use its constitutional authority to expand the number of justices on the Supreme Court. I don’t come to this conclusion lightly or because I disagree with a particular decision; I come to this conclusion because I believe the current court threatens the democratic foundations of our nation.

For years, I have argued for reforms to the ethical practices of the Supreme Court. Justices should not be allowed to receive big checks and all-expenses-paid trips from extremist right-wing legal groups or go on expensive hunting trips with litigants who appear before the court.
This Republican court-packing has undermined the legitimacy of every action the current court takes. But rather than trying to restore Americans’ confidence in an independent judiciary, this court leans into extremism and partisanship.Without reform, the court’s 6-3 conservative supermajority will continue to threaten basic liberties for decades to come. In this term alone, the Supreme Court is considering whether to nullify the right to an abortion in America, whether to bar states and cities from regulating guns on our streets, and whether to eviscerate the federal government’s abilities to fight climate change. The fact that the Supreme Court is even considering questions to upend decades of settled law jeopardizes the fundamental principle of the rule of law. But conservative justices’ recent decisions and their apparent appetite to overturn decades of precedent underscore one important truth: This court’s lawlessness is a powerful threat to our democracy and our country.

Article III, Section 1 of the Constitution gives Congress the authority to change the size of the Supreme Court. Congress has used that authority seven times before. To restore balance and integrity to a broken institution, Congress must expand the Supreme Court by four or more seats.
Some oppose the idea of court expansion. They have argued that expansion is “court-packing,” that it would start a never-ending cycle of adding justices to the bench, and that it would undermine the court’s integrity.
Now that Roe V. Wade has been overturned, the left is concentrating on overthrowing the Supreme Court and packing the court- because they claim that it was packed with justices by Republicans.

The truth is that the left never accepts defeat graciously.

The Washington Examiner reported on new polling from Monday that shows the Marxist left isn’t popular in the United States of America with voters:

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Only one-third of voters would be in favor of expanding the Supreme Court beyond its nine seats, while 54% said they would oppose the move, according to an NPR/ PBS NewsHour /Marist poll published Monday.

The opinion is largely split along party lines, with 62% of Democrats in favor of expanding the court and 90% of Republicans opposed. Fifty-seven percent of independents oppose it.

39% said they have either a great deal or “quite a lot of confidence” in the Supreme Court, down from 40% who said the same in May.

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More people indicated that they are more likely to vote in November because of the decision, with 51% saying they would back a candidate who would support codifying abortion rights into law compared to 36% who said they would vote against such a candidate.

A majority of voters, 56%, largely disagreed with the court’s decision to overturn Roe, while just 40% agreed. About 4% said they’re unsure where they stand, the poll showed.

The NPR poll surveyed 941 people over the weekend after the Supreme Court abortion ruling was announced and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percentage points.