SCOTUS Today – June 30, 2022

🔥SCOTUS Agreed To Hear Fed. Election Case🔥 TODAY!!!

🔥Article 1 Of Constitution 🔥

Supreme Court today agreed to hear case that could dramatically change how fed. elections are conducted. Issue: legal theory that gives state legislatures unfettered authority to set the rules for federal elections, free of supervision by state courts & constitutions.

“Independent state legislature theory,” – election clause in Art. I of Constitution “The times, places and manner of holding elections for senators and reps, shall be prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof.”

H/T Lea Winter



BREAKING: Supreme Court restores GOP-drawn lines in Louisiana for the midterm elections. SCOTUS rejected Democrats claims that the map “suppressed the black vote.”


The Supreme Court sharply curtails the authority of the EPA to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions that cause climate change. In a 6-3 ruling, the court sides with conservative states and fossil-fuel companies in adopting a narrow reading of the Clean Air Act.



The Supreme Court ALLOWS the Biden administration to terminate the controversial Trump-era asylum policy known as “remain in Mexico.” Red states argued that Biden was obliged to keep the policy, but SCOTUS says in a 5-4 ruling that the administration can end it.




Kentanji gets nominated by an ILLEGITIMATE pResident!

At the very last minute…after SCOTUS makes several rulings / opinions!

SCOTUS goes on summer break and returns in October 2022.

Seeing the bigger picture? If she was nominated by an ILLEGITIMATE, Treasonous pResident Houseplant…then it isn’t this a invalid nomination!


Oh but wait… Breyer swears Kentanji in AFTER he officially resigned!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥


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