There Is No Judicial Branch Per the Constitution and Thomas Jefferson

Daniel Natale in this video discusses the “third branch of the government,” the Judicial Branch. You all remember what we learned in schools, even university: the legislative, the executive and the judiciary?

Except there is no third branch of government if you read the original document itself, which Natale makes clear, versus the published school and official texts. If Biden packs the Supreme Court, they may view it as a godsend, because for all future elections that are called into question, and if they can “put their fingers on the scale,” they will gain a “titanic new power,” the power to select presidents. After all, they arrogated power from the legislative branch, making laws on abortion and gay marriage.

Natale cites Thomas Jefferson, who refuted the Supreme Court–or any court–having such power: The Constitution of th... Fathers, Founding Best Price: $9.82 Buy New $9.99 (as of 06:38 EST - Details)

“You seem to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions; a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would put us under the despotism of an oligarchy…their power [is] the more dangerous as they are in the office for life, and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control. The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with the corruption of time and party, its members would become despots.”

The determination as to what is Constitutional and what is not is supposed to be done by the legislators. The courts’ only job is to “try cases and to apply the law as written to those cases.” Of course, that is not what has been happening for decades in America. The judiciary’s actions has fulfilled the warning of Thomas Jefferson, and we see The Supreme Court has also become corrupt despots. Thomas Jefferson: The ... Jon Meacham Best Price: $2.53 Buy New $9.24 (as of 06:55 EST - Details)

And the erudite Natale cites Cicero and his book De Republica, and how the Constitution was created with clear understanding of his theory of a stable, enduring system of government. As Natale states, “Is the person hired equal to the person doing the hiring? No; one is subordinate to the other. The courts in the Constitution aren’t picking the President. But the President in the Constitution is picking the courts.”

Of course, the oligarchs like such a system where the courts are in control; but that is not what the American Republic was set up to be.

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