On this week’s episode of my podcast, I celebrate our country’s birthday week by going after the Supreme Court and suggesting ways to remove the Justices who have perjured themselves, been caught taking huge sums of money from billionaires, and how all six right wing Justices have committed various ethical infractions — but have not been sanctioned or removed. Oh, they’ve also taken wholesale rights away from women, the LGBTQ+ community and people of color. Plus, they’ve gutted the EPA, expanded gun “rights,” and killed Biden’s student loan debt relief plan.
The Supreme Court is now the most disliked and distrusted government institution in the land. The Roe v Wade decision has the vast majority of the country up in arms against them now. And enough of the righties on the court are worried about their “legacy” or their possible removal from the court. The more we organize against them, the better it will get. Time to rock this not-so-supreme boat.
Check out these incredible pieces of investigative journalism mentioned in this episode covering the questionable ethics of our Supreme Court Justices:
The New York Times:
The Washington Post:
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Music in this episode:
"America the Beautiful" — instrumental piano performed by Ray Charles
"America the Beautiful" — performed live by Ray Charles on the Dick Cavett Show on September 18, 1972
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