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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Not A Fan Of AOC Backed SCOTUS Stunt

AOC isn’t very good at making friends.

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You know there’s real trouble in paradise when a hardcore liberal icon like SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg opposes a measure backed by the current darling of the Democratic Party, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

It seems that AOC just knows how to push everyone’s buttons in all the wrong ways, doesn’t it? It’s almost like this is her superpower.

Leftists are now fighting to make sure that conservatives don’t have a majority ruling the Supreme Court by employing court-packing, which RBG says is a horrible, horrible idea.

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And you know what? She’s right.

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Here’s more from The Daily Wire:

Speaking with NPR, Ginsburg denounced past attempts to pack the Supreme Court, such as when President Franklin Roosevelt attempted to do so in the 1930s.

“Nine seems to be a good number,” the justice said. “It’s been that way for a long time. I think it was a bad idea when President Franklin Roosevelt tried to pack the Court.”

As noted by LifeNews, another liberal on the court, Justice Breyer, agrees that court-packing would be problematic as well. America largely agrees with both Ginsburg and Breyer, with a recent Rasmussen poll indicating that Americans would rather see term limits on the Supreme Court before they see court-packing.

According to a new Rasmussen Report poll, only 27 percent of voters support increasing the number of justices on the Supreme Court. A whopping 51 percent are against such a measure with 22 percent undecided.

AOC isn’t the only person who is into the idea of court-packing. Sen. Bernie Sanders recently proposed a version of this horrific idea at the Democratic Presidential debate held several weeks back.

Sanders said, “I do not believe in packing the court. We’ve got a terrible 5-4 majority conservative court right now. But I do believe constitutionally we have the power to rotate judges to other courts and that brings in new blood into the Supreme Court and a majority I hope that will understand that a woman has a right to control her own body and that corporations cannot run the United States of America.”

Just before getting elected to Congress, AOC had this to say about court-packing:

“I think that we take back the House, we take back the Senate, we take back the presidency, and we pack the Supreme Court of the United States of America.”

Let’s just keep things how they are, shall we? It seems to be a system that’s at least somewhat working for the moment, no need to mess it up.

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Psaki When Asked Why Joe Didn’t Wear Mask After Signing EO: ‘Bigger Issues to Worry About’

She’s going to be making plenty of excuses.

John Salvatore

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It is going to be a trip covering Joe Biden’s “presidency.” On Day 1, the guy signs an Executive Order mandating masks must be worn on federal property, then decides to not wear one later that same night at the Lincoln Memorial. When asked why that happened, new Press Secretary Jen Psaki dodged. Go figure. Didn’t Joe (and every liberal, for that matter) blast Trump whenever he didn’t wear a mask? WATCH: https://twitter.com/thejcoop/status/1352378833400430593?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1352378833400430593%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Ftherightscoop.com%2Fwe-have-bigger-issues-to-worry-about-jen-psaki-when-asked-why-biden-didnt-wear-a-mask-last-night%2F From Fox News: President Biden was quick Thursday to dismiss an Associated Press reporter who attempted to ask him a question at one of Biden’s first events as president. While Biden signed executive orders meant to combat the coronavirus outbreak, AP White House reporter Zeke Miller pressed him about his previously-announced goal of having 100 million Americans vaccinated within the first 100 days in office. Miller asked whether the bar should be set “higher” to encourage even more Americans to get vaccinated. WATCH: https://twitter.com/tomselliott/status/1352349221161197568

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Report: President Trump Reportedly Thinking of Forming New ‘Patriot Party’

Has a ring to it, no?

John Salvatore

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Before you get too excited about that headline (thinking the GOP is done with Donald Trump no longer at the helm) imagine all the negative aspects that would come with forming a new party. 1.) It would divide the Republican Party in two. 2.) Having another major party would split the vote, meaning Democrats keep on winning. It’s not the greatest idea, if he’s serious about it. What Trump should do is start his own TV network and social media platform ASAP. MAGA TV. You’re welcome. Anyway, check this out… The outlet, citing inside sources reportedly familiar with the matter, said that the president would like to call the party the “Patriot Party.” “Trump discussed the matter with several aides and other people close to him last week,” the outlet reported. “The president said he would want to call the new party the ‘Patriot Party,’ the people said.” The Daily Wire reported that “top pro-Trump Republicans” close to the administration said that it was a “bad idea” and would effectively split the Republican Party so that it would be nearly impossible for Republicans or otherwise to defeat the Democratic Party in elections. VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRIEEb_k3Fw&feature=emb_title Here is Trump’s farewell address… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6h5_d3DUdR4&feature=emb_title Click this link to see First Lady Melania Trump’s goodbye to the nation.

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