Davis Quoted on Fox News About Senate Democrats’ Contemptuous Attack on The Supreme Court

This is a quote from Mike Davis of A3P, which is a conservative group which tries to get as many conservative justices on the court as they can. He says "The Senate Democrats' latest court filing is yet another blatant partisan assault on judicial independence and the Supreme Court should consider contempt proceedings against Senator Whitehouse, the counsel of record, for his not-so-veiled threats. These Senate Democrats can start their proposed healing by accepting the fact that the American people hired President Trump, not Hillary Clinton, to pick judges.

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A3P Joins Demand Justice's Call for Democrat Debate on Future of Federal Judiciary

As Democrats lick their wounds over the success of Trump’s judicial strategy, they have also ramped up their assaults on judicial independence by peddling unconstitutional or otherwise radical schemes -- fringe ideas that are now becoming litmus tests from leftwing groups. Democrat presidential candidates, including Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, Elizabeth Warren, Beto O’Rourke, and Pete Buttigieg, are eyeing “packing” the Supreme Court by increasing the number of seats and filling them with new liberal justices. The Supreme Court has had nine justices for over 150 years, going back to just after the Civil War. President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s discredited court-packing scheme is as radical today as it was in 1937. Indeed, the Democrats’ court-packing scheme is so crazy that even Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- the lioness of the left -- recently threw cold water on it. Other candidates, including Cory “Spartacus” Booker, have called for unconstitutional term limits on Supreme Court justices, and Seth Moulton has even called for the impeachment of Justice Kavanaugh. These are unconstitutional or otherwise radical assaults on judicial independence, and all of the Democrat presidential candidates should explain to the American people where they stand.

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