Democrats Push Court Packing

The Democrats have become adept at either tossing blame like a hot potato or scrambling to change the landscape to force their preferred outcomes.
In this fashion, there are new calls from Democrats to pack the Supreme Court in light of the leaked draft opinion of Supreme Court Justice Alito on Roe v. Wade.
The Judiciary Act of 2021
The legislation meant to accomplish the court packing goal, H.R. 2584, states:

“To amend Title 28, United States Code, to allow for twelve associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States.”
Since the draft leak, five Democratic Representatives have voiced support for the bill, including; Brendan Boyle (Pa), Nanette Diaz Barragan (Calif), David Cicilline (R.I.), and Jimmy Gomez (Calif), and Mark DeSaulnier (Calif). 
That’s 56 sponsors, about a quarter of the Democratic caucus. 
The Supreme Court is meant to be a last resort to resolve cases that can’t be determined at a lower court level. The Constitution doesn’t state precisely how many judges must be on the highest Court in the land. The number has ranged from five to ten over the years but has been nine since 1869.
The Supreme Court has, at least nominally, a six-to-three conservative majority which has incensed Democrats for a while now. This leaked document has acted as fuel to reignite the argument for court-packing.

Flashback: In late February this year, pro-abortion activists forced their way into the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption in San Francisco. They tried to shut down mass. Recent protests after the Supreme Court draft opinion le …

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