Pelosi Pummels “Rogue” Supreme Court In Anderson Cooper Powwow

Oh, Pelosi, Pelosi. What a pugnacious politician Pelosi has become over time.

Indeed, despite the fact that she is no longer Speaker of the House, Pelosi still prattles on all the time as if she had all the authority in the world.

Including the authority to openly shame the Supreme Court for not being as psychotically progressive as she apparently expects the Court to be.

During a powwow with Anderson Cooper with CNN, Pelosi proceeded to unload on the “rogue” Supreme Court, shortly after Cooper broached the subject.

“Do you have confidence in the Supreme Court?” Cooper queried.

Predictably, Pelosi was sure to deliver a highly divisive response, as many of her public comments have been as of late.

“No, I think they’ve gone rogue. It’s most unfortunate … But it’s unfortunate further to see… what happened to the chief justice [John Roberts]? Did he go weak or did he go rogue? I don’t know,” Pelosi declared.

Wow.

So, per Pelosi, following the Constitution and the law is considered either “rogue” or “weak.”

Real logical.

Astonishingly, Pelosi proceeded to accuse more conservative justices of doing precisely what multiple progressive “activist” judges have been doing all along.

“I respect their [the Supreme Court’s] point of view. If they have a point of view about a woman’s right to choose, okay, but that’s not what they’re there to do – to advocate for a point of view. Run for Congress,” Pelosi declared.

Frankly, Pelosi, such advice is better suited for Sotomayor and others who tend to lean to the hard left.

Those who tend to look at the law with highly woke glasses and correspondingly warped interpretations.

Which makes Pelosi’s next claim, which all but suggests that she reveres the Constitution.

“They’re there to uphold the Constitution of the United States,” Pelosi intoned.

Well, that is true, Ms. Pelosi.

What is not true is that the ultra-progressive judges are the ones who are interested in upholding the Constitution.

Heck, while the progressive judges may be more “conservative” than the likes of AOC, they most surely vote in an equivalent manner on many of the cases.

Naturally, several Republicans have been rather aghast at different efforts to undermine the Supreme Court, including the efforts undertaken by Pelosi.

Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is one such Republican, noting that the Dems have a rather nasty habit of micromanaging situations that they have no business micromanaging.

“It was a constitutional overreach. They’re trying to micromanage the Roberts court. They’re trying to destroy Alito and Thomas because they don’t like the fact they’re conservative judges,” Graham declared.

Isn’t that the truth.

One can only imagine how large the Dems would make the Supreme Court if they were able to do so.

After all, little things like constitutional overreach hardly serve as a deterrent when it comes to their absolute thirst for power.

Many things undertaken by the government have been the embodiment of constitutional overreach, not to mention plain, old fashioned, poor governance.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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