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SCOTUS to become Politburo

 Don Lemon said on CNN that he wants to eliminate the electoral college. That isn’t what my post is about, because we have heard that for the past four years. It was what followed that I wanted to post about:

Cuomo responded by noting a constitutional amendment — which requires two-thirds approval from Congress and three-fourths approval from states — is required to eliminate the Electoral College.

Lemon shot back, “If Democrats, if Joe Biden wins, Democrats can stack the courts and they can do that amendment and they can get it passed.”

So what he is saying is that he wants Congress to change SCOTUS to a larger number of justices, who would then declare the electoral college to be unconstitutional. Since the EC is specifically laid out, as is the process to amend the Constitution, what Lemon is really saying is that he wants SCOTUS to declare the Constitution to be unconstitutional. 

Since it is the Constitution itself that grants the SCOTUS (as well as the rest of the government) its legitimacy and power, the government of the Republic will cease to exist at that point. SCOTUS will effectively be the Politburo. Let’s call this the Ouroboros plan.

What Lemon is saying is that he wants to start the revolution next spring. 

2 replies on “SCOTUS to become Politburo”

This happened with gay marriage in California. The people voted a state constitutional amendment saying "no" a judge ruled that the amendment was unconstitutional according to the state constitution.

Lemon is voicing what many believe is a legal maneuver. He's wrong, and those attempting such a thing would be in violation of US code on insurrection and rebellion. I'm betting a visit from the F.B.I. would get his attention.

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