After Donald Trump’s three Supreme Court nominations Democrats threatened to pack the Supreme Court.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris would never directly answer questions about packing the court, saying instead they’d look into it after the election.
Now, “Pocahontas” just revealed her devious plan that could destroy the Supreme Court.
The Senior Senator from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, has released an op-ed to the Boston Globe arguing for Democrats to stack the United States Supreme Court.
Sen. Warren is using just the threat of the SCOTUS conservative majority possibly ruling that killing babies in the womb should be illegal as an excuse to erase more than 150 years of judicial and Constitutional precedent.
The failed Presidential candidate is supporting legislation to expand the court to thirteen justices.
She wants to see the filibuster blocked for Congress to pass proposed legislation in the Senate to stack SCOTUS in favor of the far-Left.
The four additional seats, when Democrats control the White House and both Houses of Congress, is conveniently the exact number needed to give the Left a 7-6 advantage on the highest court in all the land.
Sen. Warren wants to see the Congressional filibuster destroyed to pass her fellow Massachusetts Senator, Ed Markey’s court-packing bill.
“Without reform, the court’s 6-3 conservative supermajority will continue to threaten basic liberties for decades to come,” Sen. Warren wrote. “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.”
Stacking the court would convert what is supposed to be a non-political entity, ruling on just the Constitutionality of legislation, into a partisan, ideologue institution.
If Sen. Warren gets her way, the highest arbiter in the United States will become nothing more than a political ping pong ball.
And she just so happens to want to do it while her party is in full control of the other two branches of government.