Watch: CNN Jennings Called Out Cry Baby Dems For Targeting SCOTUS
I'm not a huge fan of CNN's Scott Jennings. He represents the network's fake Republican opinion but it looks like the Democrats finally got to him and he wasn't able to smile his way through it. The crew was discussing the left's claim that the Supreme Court is illegitimate, they're "just mad that they're not getting their way every time," Jennings snapped.
Jennings continued, "I think if he were here, he would say polling numbers shouldn’t have anything to do with how the court does its job. I mean, the legitimacy, what do we want the court to be subject to the whims of a popular opinion mob? I mean that’s not what they’re there for. They're there to interpret the constitution. And to interpret the laws that Congress passes. So, I, think right now the people who are questioning its legitimacy are just mad that they're not getting their way every time."
Jennings agrees that the Court is mostly conservative now but adds that "it hasn’t always been and it won’t always be." A reminder to viewers that Democrats are trying to rewrite laws to fit their personal current, short-term issues.
Co-host Paul Begala, of course, disagreed saying " Set my Democrats aside of course I don’t like what they’re doing. But when two-thirds of independents don't think the court is doing its job. That is a crisis of legitimacy." Interesting choice of words, 'my Democrats". I don't look at members of the GOP and think "those are mine" because the reality is if I find out they're plotting against the American people—I'm going to turn on them and demand a replacement.
Just an interesting note on liberal mentality.
Joan Biskupic complained about how long it will take for the Justices to die, basically. Saying, "When you said they’ll be up, they’ll be down. The youngest members of this court, minus the newest justice, Jackson. Are all in their 50s. They're gonna be here longer than we will be here."
The point these clowns, and the rest of that circus, are missing is that we can't rewrite law when ever it suits us nor can we restructure the courts to support an agenda. Where would it end?
I didn't support the idea of court packing when the GOP suggested because again—Where would it end?