About the power of the U.S. Supreme Court – a piece from the “Founders’ Constitution” published in 1788.
“I do not object to the judges holding their commissions during good behaviour. I suppose it a proper provision provided they were made properly responsible. But I say, this system has followed the English government in this, while it has departed from almost every other principle of their jurisprudence, under the idea, of rendering the judges independent; which, in the British constitution, means no more than that they hold their places during good behaviour, and have fixed salaries, they have made the judges independent, in the fullest sense of the word. There is no power above them, to controul any of their decisions. There is no authority that can remove them, and they cannot be controuled by the laws of the legislature. In short, they are independent of the people, of the legislature, and of every power under heaven. Men placed in this situation will generally soon feel themselves independent of heaven itself.”
Not only the nation dances on rakes, but it loves its own punishment – as shown by the worship of the “notorious RGB” who notoriously defies any restriction of legal ethics on her behavior as a judge, including
- fixing court cases against parties she hates,
- refusing to recuse from cases of parties whose cases in courts below she fixed and who she publicly blasted and expressed hatred about, not to mention
- accepting money from foreign nations and
- selling shirts with the judge’s own image while expressing how she misses the previous U.S. President while presiding over the litigation against the current U.S. President – whom she openly and publicly hates, to the point of “choosing” her speaking addresses in such a way that the media would have an opportunity to harass the President’s child.
Look at the number of “likes”, “loves”, comments (mostly worshipping) and shares of this image.
And all that worship of people trampling the U.S. Constitution is done in the name of loving the U.S. Constitution.
That’s what Brutus could not foresee 230 years ago – that people will love for their rights to be taken away from them and will worship violators of the U.S. Constitution.
If that is so, we do not need a Constitution.
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