VT: Our investigations, which include meetings with FBI, Carabinieri in Italy and others, tied to our (Adamas) participation in official investigations into espionage, blackmail rings, child sex abuse and terrorism in Europe, led to to the US Supreme Court and several members whose “free ride” paid for by billionaire sponsors, fake hunting clubs, child sex trafficking and tons of cash…read about one (3 justices are involved…now a 4th…female)
We outlined how organized crime murdered Antoni Scalia to keep him quiet about what he knew about the GOP’s massive child sex ring:
We also are ready to make a case for officials on how the Kosher Nostra has taken control of the Supreme Court through newly appointed justices, all rated by the ABA as “unqualified” and how they have directly assaulted the constitution.
CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRATS PLAN to unveil legislation expanding the size of the Supreme Court on Thursday, according to three congressional sources familiar with the closely held measure.
The bill would add four seats to the high court, bringing the total to 13 from the current nine. The bill is led by House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler, subcommittee Chair Hank Johnson, and first-term Rep. Mondaire Jones. In the Senate, the bill is being championed by Ed Markey of Massachusetts.
The number of justices on the court, which is set by Congress, has fluctuated throughout the course of the nation’s history, reaching as many as 10 seats before settling on nine in 1869. In 2016, Sen. Ted Cruz suggested that if Hillary Clinton were elected, the Republican Senate should keep Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat empty, effectively bringing the number of justices down to eight.
NEW: More than 20 New York progressive elected officials are calling on Schumer to commit to expanding the Supreme Court.— Ryan Grim (@ryangrim) October 27, 2020
Schumer is up for re-election in 2022, this looks like a shot across the bow pic.twitter.com/xRbErUxPry
Republicans currently hold six seats, while Democrats hold just three. Republicans were able to solidify control of the court under former President Donald Trump, after first refusing to advance Merrick Garland’s nomination under former President Barack Obama and then confirming Justice Neil Gorsuch after Trump’s election. Then after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died last September, Republicans threw out the procedures they had previously embraced and confirmed Justice Amy Coney Barrett in a matter of weeks.
After Trump’s nomination of Barrett, then-Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer faced pressure to stop her confirmation by any means necessary. When those myriad options fell short and Barrett was pushed through, the conversation turned to expanding the court.
“Not only do these extremist judges threaten more than a century of progressive achievements,” read a letter to Schumer by 20 New York elected officials, “they threaten to foreclose the possibility of any future progress under a Democratic administration.” read more..