Donald Trump’s criticized Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Kavanaugh’s fellow conservative Justice Samuel Alito called him a coward.
And now Brett Kavanaugh is facing one reality that presents the toughest choice of his career.
A recent Marquette University Law School poll found that support for the Supreme Court fell six percent since last September.
The decline was almost entirely due to Republicans’ disgust with the court after its current term that handed several major victories to the left, largely due in part to Brett Kavanaugh trying to crawl back into the good graces of the liberal social circle he used to surround himself with as well as the corporate media.
Independents were slightly more inclined to support the Supreme Court, with 61 percent approving of its job performance versus 57 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats. However, that fell within the poll’s margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.9 percentage points.
GOP respondents’ support for the court was down substantially from last September, when it registered 80 percent job approval, while the results for independents and Democrats were largely unchanged.
In the last term, Kavanaugh tried to appease the left by claiming that the Centers for Disease Control eviction moratorium that expired July 31 was unconstitutional, but that Kavanaugh voted with center-left Chief Justice John Roberts and the court’s other three liberals to keep a policy in place that essentially turned all rental properties into government housing.
Kavanaugh reasoned that only Congress could pass legislation extending bailout to renters.
“Because the CDC plans to end the moratorium in only a few weeks, on July 31, and because those few weeks will allow for additional and more orderly distribution of the congressionally appropriated rental assistance funds, I vote at this time to deny the application to vacate the District Court’s stay of its order,” Kavanaugh wrote back in June.
But after the deadline expired Joe Biden made a fool out of Kavanaugh.
Even though Biden admitted a new eviction ban was illegal, saying “The bulk of the constitutional scholars say it’s not likely to pass constitutional muster,” the CDC marched ahead with a Venezuela-style order nationalizing rental property and allowing renters to live in what now amounts to public housing without paying any rent.
Landlords must still pay their mortgage to the bank despite being deprived of rental income thanks to unelected bureaucrats at the CDC seizing control of private property and rendering leases null and void for the next 60 days.
Republicans lost faith in the Supreme Court because supposed “conservatives” like Brett Kavanaugh always couch their rulings in such a narrow manner to make sure the left never really loses.
Kavanaugh basically walks around with the equivalent of a “kick me” sign on his back when he hands down his decisions.
If Kavanaugh wants to restore Americans’ faith in the Supreme Court, critics argue he needs to do away with his scorekeeping style of judging where he always tries to even out victories for the left and right to make sure Linda Greenhouse at The New York Times never writes a bad word about him.
Joe Biden’s announcement that he knew his plan to socialize the renters’ market was illegal, but that he would do so anyway, threatens the entire constitutional order America is based on.
Biden declared America’s system of checks and balances and separation of powers no longer exists and that he will rule like an autocrat in the mold of Communist Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Kavanaugh needs to deliver a sound and unmistakable rebuke to Joe Biden pushing America towards authoritarianism by joining the court’s other conservatives to swiftly and forcefully strike down Joe Biden’s assault on democracy.
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