In perhaps the clearest sign of an impending tsunami in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections, liberal Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has suddenly retired.
The reason why the sudden retirement of Breyer could be analyzed in the context of the midterm elections is simple: If the Democrats lose their majority in the Senate, they, in all likelihood, lose their opportunity to add a real radical to the Supreme Court.
After all, what Republican majority Senate is going to approve that?
Clearly, more than one person in the party is aware of the fact that the Democrats do not exactly have the upper hand in the upcoming election, which is precisely why they’re apparently angling for driving the Court as far as possible to the left while they still can.
Sadly, just as BLM has grossly shifted Congress and the President to the far left, it appears that other supposedly “progressive” (i.e., intolerant) groups are now influencing the Supreme Court.
Seems almost like a Soros-funded coordinated attack on all three branches of the United States, and perhaps even those funds are supplemented by the trusty Chinese and Russians.
So long as they keep buying Hunter Biden’s “art,” they’ll be just fine.
Forbes reported on the possible influence of the far left on the Court just under a year ago, as evidenced from an April 2021 article:
“Progressive group Demand Justice launched a new ‘Breyer Retire’ campaign Friday urging U.S. Supreme Court Stephen Breyer to ‘retire now’ from the high court, putting more pressure on the liberal-leaning justice to step down while Democrats narrowly have Senate control after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death resulted in President Donald Trump choosing her successor.”
How cute. “Breyer Retire.”
A nice little coordinated social media movement, which will undoubtedly make Zuckerberg richer and the nation more restricted. Not the kind of R&R Americans are looking for.
And, once again, it appears that the social media mob won, as just reported by NBC News this week: “Justice Stephen Breyer will step down from the Supreme Court at the end of the current term, according to people familiar with his thinking.”
More like according to the demands of the insatiable left, which has never met a form of authoritarianism that it didn’t like.
And, unsurprisingly, one can already begin to predict who Biden will appoint, as he already made himself abundantly clear just under a year ago.
“As president, I’d be honored, honored to appoint the first African American woman. Because it should look like the country. It’s long past time,” Biden blared in February 2020.
Looks like Breyer took the hint with Biden, and he has apparently decided he would rather live his remaining years in peace.
After all, if it’s apparently ok for the far left to stalk female senators into the bathroom, one can only imagine what they might do to a Supreme Court justice that refuses to step down.
For once, Psaki was able to demonstrate some continuity with Biden rather than cleaning up his remarks, though Biden may have been slightly more coherent (or hidden) in February 2020 than he is now.
“The president has stated and reiterated his commitment to nominating a black woman to the Supreme Court and certainly stands by that,” Psaki sniffed.
As for who Biden may appoint?
The scariest option of all is none other than the sister of Stacey Abrams, widely known as a majorly “activist” judge.
In fact, she’s such an “activist” that she’s refused to recuse herself when in any other circumstance any judge would have.
As reported by Fox News in December 2020, the sister of Ms. Abrams played a rather critical role in the Senate runoffs in Georgia, where radical Raphael Warnock won by against Kelly Loeffler by an incredibly narrow margin.
“A Georgia judge who is the sister of Democratic politician Stacey Abrams refused to recuse herself from a crucial election case, instead ruling against the purge of 4,000 voters from state rolls before Senate runoffs,” Fox reported.
And that’s someone Biden is actually considering for a lifelong appointment on the Supreme Court?
Scary times …
Author: Ofelia Thornton