If the Democrats take power in 2020 the checks and balance under the U.S. Constitution will be destroyed.
Once in 1937 President Roosevelt a Democrat almost destroyed the U.S. Constitution when he tried to pack the Supreme Court. The legislature wisely stopped him. Today if the Democrats attain the Presidency along with the House and Senate the end of the U.S. Constitution is likely.
The threat is real.
If the Democrat Socialists take power they will impose Socialism on the country and are threatening to pack the Supreme Court by adding a number of left wing Justices to the existing nine members. The Democrats have been accustomed to a Liberal activist court to circumvent the constitutional legislative process.
Over the years the left wing justices have become a super legislative body to passing legislation the Constitutional legislature has been unable to pass. That’s how Roe vs. Wade became the law of the land. This is only one illustration of what an activist court has done and will do if the Democrats come into power and pack the Court. Today there is a double threat. One is Socialism and the other is packing the Supreme Court with atavist judges with ‘Super legislative power’.
Either of these acts will destroy the Constitution and America as we know it.
“Another idea from the Resistance left is fast going mainstream in the Democratic Party: packing the Supreme Court. Last week at Yale Law School and Columbia University, no less a progressive potentate than former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder suggested that the next Democratic President should consider adding to the High Court’s nine Justices.
“Given the Merrick Garland situation,” Mr. Holder said, “the question of legitimacy is one that I think we should actually talk about. We should be talking even about expanding the number of people who serve on the Supreme Court, if there is a Democratic President and a Congress that might be willing to do that.”
He’s referring to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s 2016 decision to let the President elected that year nominate the Justice to replace Antonin Scalia. Barack Obama nominated Judge Garland after Mr. McConnell’s announcement, but Mr. McConnell held his position and never allowed a vote. The electorate chose not to punish Republicans for this, perhaps because they knew Democrats would have done the same had the situation been reversed. Sen. Chuck Schumer championed the no-more-Justices strategy in the final year of the George W. Bush Administration.