What is this fight really about?

Look, let us all stop beating around the bush and lay out, in clear language, what this fight is really about.

Our socialist controlled Democrat Party Leadership does not support putting Justices on the Supreme Court who will actually adhere to the text of our Constitution and its legislative intent as expressed during its framing and ratification process, which gives context to its text.

What the socialist controlled Democrat Party Leadership want is to put Justices on the Court who will impose the Democrat Party Leadership’s view of social justice, fairness and reasonableness as the “rule of law’, regardless of the intentions and beliefs under which our Constitution, and its various amendments, were adopted.

Instead of adhering to the rule of law, our Constitution, and using Article V, its amendment process, to adopt socialist policies and change for changing times, as our Founders intended, our socialist controlled Democrat Leadership want to impose change without the people’s consent as laid out in our Constitution’s amendment process, ergo, pack the court with social democrat loyalists.

The bottom line is, the socialist controlled Democrat Party Leadership does not support abiding by the rule of law as expressed in our written constitution and they want to fundamentally transform our very system of government using hand-picked Justices who will arbitrarily impose the Democrat Party Leadership’s personal whims and fancies as the “rule of law”.

This is what the freaken fight is about ____ to be governed by the reason and choice of the people as expressed in a written constitution, and particularly its amendment process for change, or, to be ruled by the whims and fancies of a Supreme Court untethered to a written constitution.


"The public welfare demands that constitutional cases must be decided according to the terms of the Constitution itself, and not according to judges’ views of fairness, reasonableness, or justice." – Justice Hugo L. Black ( U.S. Supreme Court Justice, 1886 - 1971) Source: Lecture, Columbia University, 1968