As we watch governors around the country shut down small businesses while delivering large corporate bailouts (with our money), close churches while keeping strip clubs open, and keep republican observers out of the state capitols during electoral voting, the U.S. Supreme Court remains largely silent.
We are watching Big Tech companies censor conservative voices and companies, violate federal election law, and blatantly conduct election interference.
We have watched election workers pull out suitcases of ballots and start counting them after observers were told to go home. We watched vote counting stop on election night only to start back up again with statistically impossible ballot dumps during the time they had supposedly stopped counting.
REPORT: “Having 123,000 votes in a row going to one candidate; or in Pennsylvania,…it was 580,000 votes got processed that were 99.4 percent for @JoeBiden & they came through exactly when all the #Republicans had been told they had to leave…(1/2)
— John Basham 🇺🇲 (@JohnBasham) December 17, 2020
The state of Texas filed a lawsuit against multiple swing states that attempted to hold those states accountable to the law. After all, if we can't hold legal elections in this country we are not a free country. We are nothing more than Venezuela with a slogan that says we are a beacon of freedom for the world.
As we all know, the U.S. Supreme Court denied to even hear the case, confusing many Constitutional lawyers.
However, they did decide that they will hear the NCAA case, referred to as the Alston case, on whether collegiate athletes should get compensated as professionals.
Now maybe this is an important case, but could this case be more important than a country-wide election that has over 70% of Republicans and 30% of Democrats believing it was a stolen election?
They did, however, find time to shoot down a voter ID requirement in Kansas.
The Supreme Court is making a case against its own necessity.
As Mark Levin puts it, this election has exposed a "complete collapse of the judiciary".
1. This election has exposed the complete collapse of the judiciary as a check on unconstitutional acts by state officials eviscerating legislative authority under our federal constitution (Art. II, Sec. 1, Cl. 2).
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) December 16, 2020
If the Supreme Court cannot find the time to rule on whether dead people and illegal non-citizens should be able to vote for our elected representatives, and whether election laws need to be followed, then perhaps it's time to redefine their role, salary, and even existence.