Hey Justice Breyer, know what caused a lack of trust in the Supreme Court?
Refusing to give a hearing to Obama’s appointee a year before he left office and then ramming Amy Coney Barrett through a week before a presidential election.
Justice Breyer said expanding SCOTUS could erode trust. Trust went when shitbags like Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett got installed by an impeached President who lost the popular vote!
When you talk about Supreme Court I’m infuriated.
- Merrick Garland obstructed (293 days)
- Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Barrett approved on simple majority
Supreme Court was 60 vote confirmation. Republicans attacked very framework of checks and balances
The entire Trump regime violated the Hatch Act.
Every damn day.
PROSECUTE THEM ALL.
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Sorry Justice Breyer, but with Bush/Gore in 2000 and Citizens United in 2012, any public trust in this Supreme Court’s objectivity is long gone. Too often conservatives have made the court’s decisions a numbers game, so we must change the numbers while we can. https://t.co/HaQDVRFUTM
Today would be a good day for 82-year-old Justice Breyer to announce his retirement
Dear Justice Breyer,
Justice Barrett held a Covid super spreader event to celebrate her confirmation to the Supreme Court. It’s a little late to despair over lack of public trust in your judgment.
Justice Breyer says packing the SC would erode trust. Agree, but my trust was already greatly eroded when they refused to hear the crucial case on unconstitutional tampering with election rules, when they declared that voters in Texas and 17 other states did not have standing.
Justice Breyer, sir, the barn door is closed and the horse is on another continent after what Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump have done to the reputation of the #SCOTUS. It's time for court rebalancing to RESTORE confidence. https://t.co/BFItC7LTXd
Hey Justice Breyer, adjust your damn robe, your ego is showing.
Justice Breyer warns proponents of packing Supreme Court to ‘think long and hard’ about the risks https://t.co/xk4XBs5vIl
Justice Breyer should retire.
We need an investigation of Justice Thomas & his involvement in the 1/6 insurrection.
We need a thorough investigation of Kavanaugh for a variety of reasons including who paid off his debt & why FBI didn’t follow up on investigative leads.
on Justice Breyer rejecting court packing:
“President Biden’s court packing commission should take the advice of Justice Breyer and the late Justice Ginsburg and cease their pursuit of a third political branch of government."
Statement: https://t.co/wQZ6Co9tmk https://t.co/HJAmtUhs4a
Justice Breyer said expanding SCOTUS could erode trust,
No Justice Breyer,the supreme has already eroded it's trust when assholes like Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett got confirmed and installed so no expanding the court will instead bring back trust
Justice Breyer is whining about court expansion saying it could erode trust.
LACK of trust is exactly why we’re looking at expansion!
Appointing I like beer Kavanaugh and ramming through Aunt Lydia Coney Barrett initiated SCOTUS skepticism.
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Justice Breyer, were you not watching the sham confirmation of Kavanaugh and Barrett. This is why there is distrust in the SC now. I hope President Biden will support the nomination of justices that will balance the Court.
Justice Breyer warns proponents of packing Supreme Court to ‘think long and hard’ about the risks https://t.co/LRjo9TsUyG
Justice Breyer is wrong. Trust in SCOTUS is GONE because of what happened with Merrick Garland and Amy Coney Barrett. The Supreme Court is already stacked. Evening out the numbers is the ONLY right solution.
Justice Breyer - FYI - if you want overthrow a Banana Republic - you get the Army on your side.
If you want to overthrow the American Republic - you stack the Federal Courts with partisan shills.
The GQP's motives are pretty transparent.
Older graph - but you get the idea.
“He said those debating the idea should ‘also consider an important institutional point -- consider it -- namely how would “court packing” reflect and affect the rule of law itself.’”