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GOP lawmaker says Democrats are attacking Supreme Court because it’s not doing ‘their bidding’ at young Republican event where audience BOOED Chief Justice John Roberts’ name
- Rep. Byron Donalds of Florida spoke at the last day of Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit in Tampa on Sunday
- Donalds was discussing Democrats’ outrage over the conservative-majority Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade last month
- He said this new ‘version’ of the court, with three Trump appointees, is saying the ‘letter of the law is the letter of the law’
- Meanwhile the Supreme Court is in a legitimacy crisis with Americans on both sides viewing the court as overly political
Republican Rep. Byron Donalds accused Democrats of criticizing the Supreme Court because it would no longer do ‘their bidding’ in a Friday speech.
At one point the Florida legislator brought up Chief Justice John Roberts, which prompted jeers from parts of his audience – which was mostly made up of young conservatives.
‘You know why they’re really upset? Because the Supreme Court has done their bidding for 100 years,’ Donalds said of the left.
‘You see, they have grown accustomed to just having their way at the highest court in the land. But things have changed – 2022 happened, and reality has struck back.’
Donalds spoke at the third day of Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit, which earlier featured marquee speeches from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Friday and Donald Trump on Saturday.
It comes amid weeks of protests over the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade last month, a seismic ruling that shifted the landscape of reproductive health for millions of American women.
That and a ruling that dramatically expands Second Amendment rights are just two of the politically-charged decisions made by the court’s conservative supermajority.
Rep. Byron Donalds spoke on the last day of Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit in Tampa on Sunday
It’s caused Democrats to attack the legitimacy of the court, accusing it of partisanship and legislating from the bench.
But Donalds claimed the high court was under the control of the ‘radical left’ until recently, complaining in particular about the Supreme Court’s 2012 ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate in a 5-4 vote.
‘As conservatives, we were accustomed to the court. You know, we go and we fight the good fight. You charge the hill politically, you might have a case or two running through the court system,’ he said.
‘And the history has actually dictated that there’ll be some court that’ll come out with this crazy decision.’
Donalds added that the current conservative court, which includes three Trump appointees, is a new ‘version’ that would represent a more Constitutionalist era of the judicial body.
‘You have a version of the court now that’s basically saying, no, no, the Constitution is the Constitution. The letter of the law is the letter of the law.’ he said.
Donalds claimed Democrats had ‘grown accustomed to just having their way at the highest court in the land’ before Trump expanded its conservative majority
The audience booed Chief Justice John Roberts’ name when Donalds brought up his deciding vote in a 2012 case that upheld the Obamacare individual mandate
‘Words do have meanings, and what we’re not going to do, we’re not going to do these new things that we might want to see in the Constitution, just to make it happen.’
It comes as progressives have renewed calls to expand the court past its nine seats in a bid to bring it back to the center.
But the Biden administration has repeatedly ruled out taking such action, with Vice President Kamala Harris most recently pouring cold water on the idea in a Sunday interview with Brian Tyler Cohen.
‘I think what we’ve got to do right now is deal with what we’ve got in front of us, and the reality is that we don’t even have the votes in the United States Senate to codify Roe,’ Harris said.
‘The president has been clear that expansion of the court is not something that’s on the table, so let’s focus right now on what we need to do around winning this election with pro-choice, you know, people.’
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