Ryan E.
July 30, 2023

Samuel Alito: 'I Have To Defend Myself'

Justice Samuel Alito has a message for America's liberals and anyone else who's trying to bully him around:

He's going to fight for what's right.

Contrary to most Democrats in this country, Alito actually has some pretty strong morals. He's going to stick to them, and if he's able to do that, he's not going to be bullied into changing who he is because America's left gets fussy.

"I have to defend myself," Alito said recently.

"I marvel at all the nonsense that has been written about me in the last year," Samuel said. "At a certain point, I’ve said to myself, nobody else is going to defend me, so I have to defend myself."

America's liberals have been trying to bully America's Supreme Court around ever since Roe v. Wade was overturned.

As soon as the system stops working to only the benefit of liberals, they want to immediately change the rules.

They're claiming that they want to impose ethics codes on the Supreme Court to keep things fair.

But that's not what Alito thinks Congress' ultimate goal is.

Alito believes that this is just the first step in the left's plan to eventually have their liberal federal government take over the Supreme Court by letting the Senate dictate how the panel behaves.

"I know this is a controversial view, but I’m willing to say it," Alito said. "No provision in the Constitution gives them the authority to regulate the Supreme Court — period."

What do you think? Should Congress be able to control the Supreme Court to make sure that the justices aren't taking advantages of their positions?

Or is that the first step on a slippery slope that leads to destroying the effectiveness of the judicial branch?

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