Majority of people must control the Supreme Court in the United States
Under the current system of government, America's Supreme Court Judges are appointed by the President of the United States. After the death of the Supreme Court Judge Antonia Scalia the President Donald Trump appointed Neil Gorsuch in 2017 to the Supreme Court. The Court simply has too much power for it to have nine judges who are not elected by the majority of the American population. Instead, they are chosen by the President who obviously has a vested interest in appointing judges with similar agendas to their own. One can, therefore, argue that the Supreme Court is actually a dictatorship running within the United States.
Americans who believe in a free speech society and want to see their constitution upheld need a Supreme Court which reflects their majority attitude.
The United States President and Congress need to pass a law ending judicial review that will take some power away from the Supreme Court and restore the vision that the founding fathers of America shared. A nation whereupon elected judges cannot make laws which do not represent the American people.
Elena Kagan is the latest person promoted to the US Supreme Court and she is Jewish. A total of 3 Jewish Supreme Court Judges is now capable of swinging decisions into the Jewish favor and promoting a far left socialist political view.
Kagan openly holds very liberal views and is determinedly pro-abortion. She is also an open promoter for gay and lesbian rights and strongly opposes military recruiters into Harvard campus, as she was against the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy on homosexuality.
"I don’t think it’s a secret I am Jewish,... the state of Israel has meant a lot to me and my family...I admire Justice Barak for what he’s done for the state of Israel and ensuring an independent judiciary.”
Other views held by Jewish Supreme Court Judges include:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
She is known in America as a liberal and feminist icon as she has spoken out on reproductive rights, women’s equality, same-sex marriage and other issues.
“Reproductive choice has to be straightened out. There will never be a woman of means without choice anymore. That just seems to me so obvious. The states that changed their abortion laws before Roe are not going to change back. So we have a policy that only affects poor women, and it can never be otherwise."
This man has strong pro-abortion and gun control views and has systematically voted for both whenever the issues have arisen. In an interview from 2010, he stated based on historical records; "That the Founding Fathers of the United States never intended guns to go unregulated." He felt that history supports his and other dissenters' views in the District of Columbia v. Heller.
"We're acting as judges. If we're going to decide everything on the basis of history – by the way, what is the scope of the right to keep and bear arms? Machine guns? Torpedoes?
Handguns? Are you a sportsman? Do you like to shoot pistols at targets? Well, get on the subway and go to Maryland. There is no problem, I don't think, for anyone who really wants to have a gun."
Less than 2% of the American population are Jewish and the question remains, why are 3 of the Supreme Court Judges made up of Jews? The Supreme Court Judges should represent the racial and religious beliefs of the American population and the majority of American people should be able to vote for judges and sack them when they do not represent, 'We The People.' Judge Antonia Scalia died in 2016 and new United States President Donald Trump appoint Neil Gorsuch new Judge in 2017.
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The United States retiring Supreme Court Justice (Jewish) Anthony" Kennedy’s most notable liberal votes – on same-sex marriage and abortion – were in line with left-wing and centrist Jewish organizations. Thirteen Jewish groups, among them organizations representing the Reform, Reconstructionist and Conservative streams, joined an amicus brief supporting same-sex marriage. Several national Jewish organizations applauded the Supreme Court’s 2016 decision striking down a Texas law that restricted abortion access".
Term limits in the United States house and senate would go a long way to remediate the problems of duplicity and corruption. The same goes for circuit court judges and the Supreme court.