Although Democratic leaders threaten to restructure the U.S. Supreme Court if decisions are not made in their favor, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham came out blazing, when he said “Over my dead body, it’s not going to happen.” Just before adding that, by their actions, Democrats plan on “telling every rural american to go to hell.”
According to Alphanewsmn, Democrats justify their words by accusing the U.S. Supreme Court justices of “being motivated mainly by politics.” It just happens to be the wrong side of politics.
A political faction that attempts to forcibly capitulate the government to their whims is working directly against framers of our Constitution who considered the independence of the judicial branch to be essential to the tenets of liberty.
The Democratic political party has used soft, vague, rhetorical images to evince that the Supreme Court must “heal itself” or be “restructured” if Democrats take control of the government.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham rebuked plans by some Democrats to add seats to the Supreme Court and to do away with the Electoral College, in comments during an interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo on Sunday morning.
Before transitioning of the Electoral College happens, Sen. Lindsey Graham promised it’ll be over his dead body. “Over my dead body, it’s not going to happen.” Graham said.
“When they want to do away with the Electoral College, that’s telling every rural American to go to hell. That would mean that Los Angeles and New York would decide who’s the president, the Electoral College allows rural America to have a say about picking the president,” he concluded.