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Politico reported that President Biden signed an executive order today empaneling a Presidential Commission to examine possible reforms to the Supreme Court and federal judiciary. Even Justice Breyer expressed misgivings about the future damage court-packing can do to the American experiment.
Sadly, this is not unprecedented. FDR tried to pack SCOTUS in the 1930s, only to find his party slap down the idea with a heavy hand. The more significant concern is, yet again, the impeccable timing progressive liberals seem to have when it comes to causality for their latest Gesellschaft. If you’re not familiar with that term, it describes rationally mechanized social relationships. Think of it as social engineering.
According to Townhall, “the commission’s purpose is to provide an analysis of the principal arguments in the contemporary public debate for and against Supreme Court reform.” If that doesn’t sound like loading the proverbial gun for battle, I don’t know what would. The premise of the legalese in that statement is the White House isn’t saying they will pack the court, but they’re gearing up for it. And all in the name of public safety, of course.
The underreported or undersold element here is how quickly Biden’s latest EO comes on the heels of the most recent crop of mass shootings. The causality is mass shootings leading to proposed gun reform. In turn, this leads to a commission to pack the bench with as many justices as it takes to secure the Constitutionality of the previous gun reform proposals. Impeccable timing, right?
All of this has an eerie vibe of rigged activism. Paid agitators may or may not be behind the violence wrought across our country. Yet, every time a criminal goes on a rampage, the legacy media quickly labels the maniac a far-right extremist. The narrative eventually falls apart, but the damage is done. Conservatives are roused from their living room sofas to meagerly shout lamentations about government overreach. That all ends around 9:00 pm because those folks have jobs in the morning. Meanwhile, social engineering continues.
A podcast I listen to floated an idea about a month or two ago that made me chuckle. Today, reflecting on that idea makes me scrunch up my face in frustration. The podcasters were right. We are living on the set of The Truman Show. For those of you too young to remember, it was a movie in the late nineties. An Average Joe was the unwitting subject of his own reality television show for all the world to see. He went about his life in an unassuming way until the set began to crumble around him. Only then did he investigate and come to the realization that his entire life had been a sham.
In our come-to-life scenario, the reality-show producers—you know them as President Biden, VP Harris, Speaker Pelosi, and Majority Leader Schumer—socially engineer chaos to elicit their Great Reset. Maybe they are behind the impeccably timed violence, maybe not. If they are, it’s so far removed that any connections are hazy at best.
The good news about The Truman Show is that protagonist Truman Burbank finds a way to escape. We need to follow his example. If the progressives end up packing SCOTUS, any and all Great Reset legislation will come to pass. With that in mind, folks like you and I need to legally challenge any efforts to stop the Comrade leader-producers and their social engineering. If we don’t hold the line here, we may have to escape as Truman did.
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