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Default New York University students denounce Supreme Court pick as “extremist”, racist

Even Before Nominee Named, Left Turns to Court-Packing to Save ‘Democracy’

Jarrett Stepman / @JarrettStepman / July 09, 2018
Progressives have turned to extreme measures to retake the Supreme Court. (Photo: Ting Shen Xinhua News Agency/Newscom)

Jarrett Stepman @JarrettStepmanJarrett Stepman is an editor and commentary writer for The Daily Signal and co-host of "The Right Side of History" podcast. [email protected].

Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement sent many on the left over the edge.

Even BEFORE President Donald Trump announced his nominee to replace Kennedy, progressives were lining up in fierce opposition.
While it’s understandable that those on the left would be aggressively opposed to adding another advocate of the Constitution to the Supreme Court, some of the proposed counter moves to Trump’s pick range from silly to reckless.

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A Campus Reform video showed students at New York University denouncing the Supreme Court pick as “extremist” and “racist” BEFORE Trump even made his selection.

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“I saw the new nominee is like racist, and he’s starting a new wave of something very negative, and I’m really scared about the future and what choices he will make,” one student said.In somewhat more informed, yet still egregious commentaries on the potential nominees and the driving force behind them, some progressives turned to attacking their religious views.One particularly vitriolic article in the Daily Beast attacked Leonard Leo, the executive vice president of The Federalist Society, which had a huge influence in creating Trump’s Supreme Court nominee list.


The subtitle for the piece described Leo as “a Catholic fundamentalist who controls a network of right-wing groups funded by dark money.”Writer Jay Michaelson portrayed conservative Catholics as members of some kind of dark conspiracy.
In a revealing statement, Michaelson wrote:To be sure, none of this is to repeat the odious claims of anti-Catholicism of papist conspiracies and dual loyalty. But Leo has spent a career shaping the federal judiciary to reflect rigid, conservative religious dogmas. The piece did little more than, well, “repeat the odious claims of anti-Catholicism of papist conspiracies and dual loyalty.”


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Beyond attacking individuals, the left has turned to openly condemning the Supreme Court itself, offering wild ideas to “fix” it and ensure that the court only comes up with decisions that progressives like.
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The most prominent suggestion right now is court-packing, based on the flimsy argument that GOP refusal to confirm President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee in his last year in office was somehow an unprecedented break with tradition.Vox, a left-wing new media organization–an outlet that published an article calling the American Revolution a “mistake” for the Fourth of July–suggested that the left engage in “court-packing” once Democrats regain power.

This means, essentially, expanding the Supreme Court beyond nine justices.The article pointed to the example of President Franklin Roosevelt’s court-packing scheme from the 1930s, peddled under the guise of judicial reform, which ultimately failed. Vox’s founder, Ezra Klein, doubled down, suggesting the Supreme Court now only exists to be an arm of the Republican Party.“The Supreme Court has always been undemocratic,” Klein wrote. “What it’s becoming is something more dangerous: anti-democratic.” Klein pointed to a suggestion that the Court abandon the concept of lifetime tenure.

Vox wasn’t the only left-wing outlet promoting court-packing “reform” for the Supreme Court.Another left-wing publication, Jacobin, not exactly noted for even-handed temperance, declared, “We shouldn’t let a handful of reactionary judges get in the way of progressive change. It’s time to pack the Supreme Court.”“A thoughtful court-packing proposal would ensure that the Court more carefully reflects the mores of the time, rather than shackling democracy to the weight of the past,” Jacobin contributor Todd N. Tucker argued. “With inequality and human rights abuses spiraling upward and justices making it all worse, the time to begin mainstreaming an enlarged Court is now.”

Certainly, it’s wise to let legislators, not judges, make laws, but this ethos is far removed from how progressives thought the last time they had such wide majorities on the court. When the Supreme Court in the 1960s and 1970s made a number of monumental decisions, including Roe v. Wade, it was generally out of step with the general opinions of American society and rightly perceived as “activist.” Even Obama acknowledged this.

At the time, liberals viewed the Supreme Court as an engine of forward progress rather than an institution committed to “shackling democracy.”Of course, if efforts to curb the Supreme Court today are really about saving “democracy,” simply jamming the court with more unelected justices seems like an ineffective way to solve the problem.

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