SCOTUS has ruled that the CDC forcing landlords to provide tenants with free houses is an unconstitutional expansion of the CDC’s authority. They also refused to overturn the ban.

So what is the court or the Constitution FOR then? I voted for Trump because I thought he would appoint justices to SCOTUS that were better than the ones Hillary would appoint. I guess I was wrong.

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Karl Ushanka · June 30, 2021 at 3:58 pm

The court failed America. Again.
I suspect, in Revolution 2.0, it will be the landlords holding the flags as they lead the rest across the North Bridge.

joe · June 30, 2021 at 7:49 pm

not sure there are any judges anywhere that actually stand for anything…

MN Steel · June 30, 2021 at 10:10 pm

Vote harderer.

Next time it’ll be a straight-shooter who will actually do what he promises.

And it’ll be a fair election.

Big Ruckus D · June 30, 2021 at 10:22 pm

After the infamous Roberts obammycare decision, how could anyone believe the supreme joke would ever hand down a proper decision rooted in law, rather than personu;al biases of the black robed bastards, and/or just doing what is politically expedient.

This decision is straight up, unvarnished political expediency dictating what the court can and will do. Can you imagine the shit show if they handed down a decision stating all freeloaders could be put out on their asses post haste? How much does the homeless rate rise instantly, with all the myriad knock on effects of same? How many newly homeless go apeshit and end up settng off the big show?

Yes, they should have handed down such a decision as it would be proper application of the law. But, they are giant pussies who don’t have the luxury of being faceless bureaucrats who can escape personal retribution by way of anonymity, if they hand down a decision that pisses off enough people – or just the sort of people who will make vengeance a personal crusade.

So, it simply isn’t fit for purpose. They can be swayed by fear from either the consequences of public outrage or of reprisal (I.e. disappeared or being smothered with a pillow) by their employer if they make the “wrong” decision They are worthless and have destroyed any infintesimal shred lf legitimacy they still had long ago.

Without the executive to enforce their decisions (DOJ, other fed agencies, state and local police) they have no actual influence. Deal properly with the enforcrers and their controllers, and you can entirely ignore anything said by a “judge”.

Anonymous · June 30, 2021 at 11:20 pm

> So what is the court or the Constitution FOR then?

To fool you into thinking the US government is structurally much different from the British monarchy. For example, the leaders could be anyone! In America we would never get a contest for the office of chief executive with candidates all drawn from within a small group, such as between the college fraternity brothers Bush and Kerry. Or the former head of the secret police (CIA head George H.W. Bush) having one son (Governor of Florida, Jeb) count the votes to make another son (Shrub) President.

Anonymous · July 1, 2021 at 12:47 am

They wrote “We the People”. If they had written the more accurate “We the 1% of the 1%”, would you be as enthusiastic?

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