Two Conservatives Resign from Biden’s Supreme Court Commission

Bad news for Joe Biden… again.

After massive pushback from progressives regarding the framing of the initial Supreme Court panel report, two conservatives have resigned.

Caleb Nelson, a law professor at the University of Virginia, and Jack Goldsmith, a law professor at Harvard, are no longer serving.

See Ya!

Spokesperson Andrew Bates stated, “These two commissioners have chosen to bring their involvement to a close.

“We respect their decision and very much appreciate the significant contributions that they made during the last 5 months in terms of preparing for these deliberations.”

Their resignations come amid what appears to be some infighting after the initial reports were released.

That initial report offered a negative view on court-packing, which did not go over too well.

NAACP Legal Defense Fund President Sherrilyn Ifill stated, “This entire discussion is framed in the context of partisan politics.

“And I actually think that is a disservice to the exploration of this issue.”

With such significant pushback on this, we can expect the final report to change to suit the narrative that progressives want.

It is a sad but true reality, especially now that two conservatives on the panel that were clearly against court-packing are now gone.

It will be interesting to see just how much of a change happens.

Source: Washington Examiner

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4 Responses

  1. hope it wasn’t a pre-planned (or paid) exit. It does sound like they saw the final report as being ex-clusive (not inclusive) of their learned opinions, and will be a partisan result anyway.

  2. Another “independent study” that will ultimately support the views of its paying sponsors. Why even bother?

  3. Biden’s Executive Order on the commission dealing with the Supreme Court is a clear violation of the Constitution’s Check and Balance System. Nowhere in the US Constitution does it grant the Executive Branch of government the power to examine, oversee, or explore changes to the Judicial Branch of government. The Constitution clearly states that ONLY the Legislative Branch has power to oversee the Judicial Branch. The President has abused his power with his commission to examine another “separate” branch of government.

  4. Google is good a not making any sense to truth. Destroy what Constitution states and law of the land. What law are we following today? As a mathematician it sure failed any logical path also.

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