U.S. Supreme Court justices’ affiliations

KEN GETZ

Lock Haven

If the U.S. Supreme Court Justices are biased to one’s party affiliation, then something is wrong with the system and leads to corruption.

Politicians protesting the opposite party is not upholding the Constitution. They try to stack the court with justices that favor their own political views and vote accordingly.

If a constitutional law can be misconstrued to serve an individual court justice’s personal biased view rather than the rational law, as intended by the founding fathers, then that is not justice.

In some cases, when the law is vague, it should be amended and agreed upon by both political parties. The justices should be impartial to political party affiliations and make their decisions and rule according to the written law.

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