Chief Justice John Roberts sent a very clear message to Joe Biden and his Democrat friends blasting attempts to enforce “inappropriate political influence” against the court.
“The Judiciary’s power to manage its internal affairs insulates courts from inappropriate political influence and is crucial to preserving public trust in its work as a separate and co- equal branch of government,” Roberts said in the 2021 report.
“We are not packing the Supreme Court, we are unpacking it,” Rep. Jerrold Nadler, House Judiciary Committee chair said at a news conference in front of the Supreme Court.
Nadler, a congressman from New York, said the bill would “restore balance to the nation’s highest court after four years of norm-breaking actions by Republicans led to its current composition.”
It would not restore balance, it would impose Democrat rule and alter our constitution.
On January 7, 2022, SCOTUS will hear arguments on whether Biden’s two vaccine mandates should be preliminarily paused until all pending litigation is ceased.
From National Review Law:
The Court will address only whether the mandates should be preliminarily enjoined pending litigation and decision in the lower courts. The standard for granting preliminary relief, however, involves determining whether the parties seeking stays have demonstrated a likelihood of ultimate success on the merits.
Whatever the outcome of the hearings is it will spurn multiple opinions about the mandate cases that eventually will end up at the Supreme Court. These opinions will give insight into what the court may do in the future.