SCOTUS Gets One Right

Even a blind squirrel can find a nut every now and then.

Just like the Supreme Court can get one right, but it’s so infrequent we should celebrate small victories.

Last week, the Supreme Court struck down the CDC moratorium on evictions. I told you a couple of weeks ago that Biden knowingly supported this move by the CDC even though he admitted it was unconstitutional.

That is an impeachable offense. He violated his oath of office. Forget Afghanistan. The evidence for impeachment was there before that boondoggle.

I told you then that the Supreme Court was likely to strike this move down. They did so quickly.

Of course, this doesn’t matter in California or some other States. They already had State laws that prohibit evictions at the moment. Gavin Newsome pointed this out in a Tweet.

That’s federalism. It isn’t always pretty, but it is the basis of the American system.

And we should support it even when it doesn’t align with our views.

Either way, the Supreme Court did the right thing in this instance. That is what the proponents of the Constitution in 1787 and 1788 said it would do, at least those who offered an opinion on what we now call “judicial review.”

I discuss the issue in Episode 503 of The Brion McClanahan Show.

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