Supreme Court Nominees

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Although Brett Kavanaugh isn’t a bad choice. I do have some reservations about him as a potential Supreme Court Justice. Or any potential or active Judge for that matter who believes any of the following statements.

Roe v. Wade or any opinion by any court is established or settled law.

This is a dangerous falsehood. The Courts do not make or enact laws. That is the power granted to the legislature alone. Any opinion issued by the Courts is jut that, an opinion. It is not law, established or otherwise.

As a people, we have given way too much power to these un-elected black robed tyrants than what was ever envisioned by our Founding Fathers. We need to educate the American people properly on the role of the Courts as they were created by the Founding Fathers.

Our Founding Fathers knew of the dangers of a run away court. So the purposely limited the power of the judicial branch. It is not co-equal to the legislative or executive branches. It is kept separate to limit powers from being held by one group or one man. The Courts powers are very specific and spelled out in whole within the pages of the Constitution.

The Courts do not interpret law. This makes me cringe every time I hear this lie. The power to interpret law is part of the powers granted to the people because it is not explicitly granted to any branch of government. In fact this is exactly what a jury does when they deliberate the outcome of a trial.

The role of the court and the judge is to determine to what extent the law was violated by anyone’s actions. In other words, the role of the courts is to apply the laws.

Do not believe the Leftist lie that the court interpret anything. They do not.

Likewise the courts do not have the power of “Judicial Review”. This power was not granted in the Constitution for good reason. With it, the courts can subjugate the legislative and the executive branches in a complete reversal of power. This is a power the court granted to itself in the opinion of Marbury v. Madison in 1803.

So the courts changed the powers it had by a simple majority vote between just 6 people. This was and is a blatant power grab and completely unconstitutional. And why the Founding Fathers did not grant this power to the courts at the founding of our nation.

Although the opinion issues is half correct. Congress cannot pass laws that are contrary to the Constitution. It is not the Courts job to interpret the Constitution or any other law passed by the legislatures.

Any potential justice or current judge who believes these lies is not qualified to site on the bench in my opinion. And further more they are a danger to the continued existence of this Republic and it’s liberties, and they should be removed from such appointments.

Brett Kavanaugh is not the best man for the high court. But he is the best man we can currently get appointed to it. There is still a long road and a lot of work to be done before we can ever hope to have the Republic restored to its founders vision.

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Author: bynw

Christopher Rheinherren is "bynw" and the site owner and primary post author. A life-long conservative-Constitutionalist when it comes to politics. A believer and follower of Jesus Christ. A Linux enthusiast. And a gamer.

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