End Court Packing Threat
End Court Packing Threat By Rick Manning for American Greatness
The “Keep Nine” Constitutional Amendment could end the thread to court packing once and for all.
Congressional Democrats have promised to pack the Supreme Court if they take control and Joe Biden’s fraud-ridden election stands. Senate stalwarts like Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga), and David Perdue (R-Ga.) are leading the charge to end this threat by amending the United States Constitution to specify that the number of Supreme Court Justices will be nine, ending the court packing threat once and for all.
While Washington, D.C. is roiled in political uncertainty, incoming Arizona state representative Jake Hoffman has taken the bull by the horns by introducing a resolutioncalling for Congress to pass this constitutional amendment. Hoffman, a rising star in conservative, constitutional political circles has gotten the support of virtually every state representative and state senator, including the speaker of the Arizona house, senate president, house majority leader, majority whip, speaker pro tempore, senate president pro tempore, and senate majority leader. This is particularly important now that the state has two Democratic U.S. senators who will be called upon to pack the court.
Packing the Supreme Court is the exact kind of power play America can expect should Democrats take control of the Senate with Joe Biden in the White House. And on January 5, the state of Georgia will decide whether Chuck Schumer’s court packing dream will become a reality when they elect not one, but two U.S. Senators in run-off elections.
On January 6, Congress will decide whether the fraudulently certified Biden electors or Trump electors will be counted in determining who the president of the United States will be for the next four years. Even if, as many hope, President Trump and the two Georgia senators prevail, the Keep Nine Amendment remains of paramount importance to protect the Supreme Court from overt political manipulation in the future.