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The Supreme Court is about to look really different because of these rumored new justices

by David Lindfield

The November election could decide the makeup of the Supreme Court’s majority for a generation.

Whoever wins may appoint up to three justices.

And Supreme Court is about to look really different because of these rumored new justices.

Florida Senator Rick Scott issued a warning for Republicans about the November election.

Scott sounded the alarm that if Joe Biden wins the Presidency and Democrats seize control of the Senate then Democrats will pack the Supreme Court with a number of new radical leftist judges to guarantee liberals control the Supreme Court forever.

“They’ll try to stack the Supreme Court. They’ll do everything they can to make sure they have power forever,” Scott declared.

“That’s all they care. They don’t care about you.

“They don’t care about making your life better.

“They care about their power. That’s what they care about every day.

“The Democrats, all they care about is power.”

This is not an unhinged “conspiracy theory” or right-wing “fear-mongering.”

Multiple Democrat Presidential candidates endorsed this scheme during the primary.

And many Americans believe that should Joe Biden win the Presidency, his declining mental faculties will render him a figurehead for the socialists in Congress who will populate his administration.

The first time a five to four decision goes against the Left, Democrats in the Senate will threaten to pack the Supreme Court to placate their base.

Joe Biden and newly minted Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer will have little choice but to follow through, or else they risk tanking their base’s enthusiasm for the 2022 midterm election.

The end result could be as many as six newly minted left-wing Supreme Court justices that cement a permanent liberal majority on the court.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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