The Supreme Court is wrapping up a historic term. They made numerous important decisions.
Some were clear wins for the Trump administration and conservatives.
But to the shock of many, Bush-appointed John Roberts frequently sided with the liberal wing of the court.
Now, Vice President Pence is firing back, calling the justice a disappointment:
Vice President Mike Pence tears into U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts, calling him a “disappointment to conservatives.”…
“I think several cases out of the Supreme Court are reminders of just how important this election is for the future of the Supreme Court,” the vice president added.
Since Trump’s appointed two conservative justices to the Supreme Court, Roberts appears to have assumed a “swing” vote role.
With Justice Kennedy gone, it seems Roberts is ditching a strong, conservative stance to often side with leftists.
He voted against churches in a case brought up from Nevada. He overruled a pro-life Louisiana law, which will now allow possibly unaccredited practitioners to perform abortions.
Roberts even voted to uphold Obamacare, a program that has failed to provide care for millions of Americans.
The vice president reminded Americans of how important this year’s election is. If Donald Trump is re-elected, he might have a chance to appoint a third justice.
That would result in a strong conservative majority that not even Roberts could overrule.
But if Biden wins, he is most likely going to appoint a radical, left-wing judge, turning the court into a rubber stamp for every wild liberal case.
(And you know Ruth Bader Ginsberg is just waiting for Biden to win so she can retire.)
Should the left get a strong liberal majority, they would seek to eradicate every last Trump accomplishment.
It would also open the door to radical policies we have yet to see.
But if Trump is re-elected, expect one more justice, perhaps two. With a strong conservative majority, even liberal trophies like Roe v. Wade might be overturned.
- Mike Pence called out Chief Justice Roberts, saying he was a “disappointment.”
- Roberts has ruled in favor of liberals in crucial cases, despite being considered conservative.
- Pence warns that the court might become wildly liberal, if Biden is elected.
Source: Fox News