Clarence Thomas Issues Warning About The Supreme Court – “My Fear…Is For Your Kids And Grandkids”

Supreme Court Justice Clearance is taking on the radical left’s attempt to take over the Supreme Court.

Thomas issued a stern warning about the rhetoric surrounding the Supreme Court and how it is damaging the institution as a whole.

Thomas mentioned court-packing — warning, “at some point, the institution is going to be compromised.”

The Western Journal reported:

Thomas spoke Friday during a Utah address sponsored by the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation, according to the Deseret News.

“My fear isn’t for me. But it is for your kids and your grandkids and the next generation. What are we going to leave them? Are we leaving them a mess or are we leaving them a country? Are we leaving them chaos or are we going to leave them a court?” he said at the Salt Lake City event.

Thomas said political rhetoric about rigging the court’s structure to produce specific political outcomes is damaging even if it never gets past the talking stage. In response to agitation on the left wing of his Democratic Party, President Joe Biden created a commission to study changing the court, though the commission offered no recommendations in its final report in December, according to The Associated Press.

“You can cavalierly talk about packing or stacking the court. You can cavalierly talk about doing this or doing that. At some point, the institution is going to be compromised,” he said, according to NPR.

The left’s attempts to pack the Supreme Court have failed — so far.

But they’re still pushing for it.

Chair of the progressive caucus Pramila Jayapal sent out a tweet calling for the Supreme Court to be expanded – this is simply a different way of saying she supports packing the court.

Will the GOP stand up to the left’s attack on the court?

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