Maybe THAT’S Why the Supreme Court Has Rubber Stamped All but One or Two Federal Laws . . .

. . . since 1937.

Explanation:  The House of Representatives claims that President Trump has committed a crime called “obstruction of Congress” in its Articles of Impeachment.  But if that’s a crime, then surely a ruling by the Supreme Court that a law passed by Congress is unconstitutional is also an “obstruction of Congress” that calls for the impeachment of at least a majority of the Court.

(By the way, having read some of James Madison’s writings, I’ve long thought that the whole purpose of the Constitution was to obstruct Congress as much as possible, at least in theory).

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1:58 pm on January 21, 2020

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