Radical progressive Dems call for packing SCOTUS with 4 extra seats

Progressive Democrats, over a month later, continue to resort to hysterics in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court last month.

The latest installment of their hysterical actions was evidenced this week, as a group of eight House Democrats called for legislation that would expand the Supreme Court by four seats, a practice otherwise known as “court-packing,” which happens to be extremely unpopular with the general voting population.

According to The Hill, Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA), the leader of the group, called the current makeup of the high court “a Supreme Court at crisis with itself and with our democracy” where “basic freedoms are under assault,” blaming the 6–3 conservative majority on the SCOTUS bench.

“It’s making decisions that usurp the power of the legislative and executive branches,” Johnson said, a blatantly false statement, at best.

Even the left-leaning outlet was forced to admit that given the sheer unpopularity of court-packing on both sides of the aisle, such legislation would stand not much more than a remote chance of passing.

The legislation has actually been around for a year now, but has stalled in the House with little movement to speak of. It’s called the Judiciary Act, and it essentially only has the support of the most far-left, radical progressive members of the lower chamber.

Democrats have taken a string of ideological losses over recent months, on issues such as gun control, the environment, and, of course, abortion, on several levels.

This is yet another reason why it’s so critically important for Republicans to retake majority control of the House — and hopefully the Senate, too — as it will at least prevent radical Dems from coming up with such stupid ideas that would further wreck this great nation.