What is the purpose of the Supreme Court exactly?
I seriously started to wonder about that question after learning that they agreed to hear the NCAA appeal concerning a decision in the Spring that ruled that the NCAA collegiate sports governing body violates antitrust laws by limiting compensation for student-athletes.
Yep. The payment (or non-payment) of college athletes is important stuff folks. Urgent constitutional issues must be decided. And the Supreme Court is all over it.
But voter fraud, state corruption and consitutionality… and the future of the republic… those are insignificant things that don’t deserve to see the light of day.
Texas asked the Supreme Court to hear their case against Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia and Wisconsin, arguing that those states unconstitutionally changed their election statues in their jurisdictions or executive branches when only the legislature is allowed to make election law.
That means that their elections were frauds and their electors shouldn’t have been able to vote for Biden. The facts, the truth and the law was on the side of Texas.
But the Supreme Court didn’t take the case. They are cowards who didn’t want to get involved and have the AntifaBLM mob show up at their homes.
The statement from the court said, “The State of Texas’s motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution. Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections. All other pending motions are dismissed as moot.”
Lack of standing is a joke. If even one state commits fraud and does something unconstitutionally within an election, it obviously affects the entire country since it’s a federal election.
So the Justices showed themselves to be clowns – especially after agreeing to hear the NCAA case.
The Founders certainly took the Supreme Court a lot more seriously than the current Justices do. The Justices sitting on the bench in 2020 apparently forgot their oath in which they swore to support and defend the Constitution of the United Sates from enemies – even domestic ones. And they definitely forgot the part about taking the obligation freely without purpose of evasion.
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There was no equality given and no constitutionality-adhered to rules followed when the democrats stole the election from Trump and other Republican candidates. But the democrats knew that they would get away with it and the Supreme Court proved them right.
Maybe the Justices should have listened to Founding Father Samuel Adams. He could have told them why the states (and their citizens) had “standing” in the Texas case.
Adams said, “Without liberty and equality [under the law], there cannot exist that tranquility of mind, which results from the assurance of this to every citizen, that his own personal safety and rights are secure … it is the end and design of all free and lawful Governments.”
So where does that leave us?
Not free and not lawful.
And not secure in our rights or personal safety.
In other words, under tyrannical democratic rule – and with a Supreme Court who won’t stand up to them.