This week the Supreme Court demonstrated without a doubt that it also has gone down the path of corruption with two decisions wherein they violated their duties outlined in the Constitution. In the Obergefell v. Hedges homosexual case on June 26th the court violated the First Amendment’s freedom of religion now compelling clergy to act against their beliefs. A day earlier in the King v. Burwell Obamacare case they violated the Constitution by rewriting the law. It’s been established that the legislative and executive branches of government demonstrated corrupt behavior in passing overreaching and signing bills into law without reading them. Therefore, virtually all have violated their oath of office and should resign because they don’t represent the majority, the people of this country. The bright spot was Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia who said after Friday’s ruling that the Supreme Court is a threat to democracy.
Friday’s ruling will have religious leaders following the path of Martin Luther King because this ruling is forcing them to act against their religious beliefs. The gay rights decision came the day after SCOTUS upheld Obamacare federal subsidies to states and a provision in the Fair Housing Act that takes the notion of affirmative action regarding property to a whole new level. The Burwell decision is an affront to the rule of law and constitutional self-government. Federal judges don’t have the power to rewrite the law, which is what the majority did in Burwell. Chief Justice Roberts, Justice Kennedy, Justice Breyer, Justice Sotomayor, and Justice Kagan took part in an unconstitutional power grab every bit as unlawful as President Obama’s rewrite of Obamacare. These justices rewrote major components of Obamacare in order to “save it.” Please don’t forget that Obamacare is not one for all, it’s imposed upon the people; all that passed it are basically exempt.
Our republican form of government is weakened when the president and six Supreme Court justices disregard federal statutes in favor of their own political policy choices. After all the only reason these judges are given lifetime tenure is to avoid political affiliations. Friday’s ruling was delivered just in time for Pride weekend festivities in San Francisco and New York City, the gay marriage ruling says that the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees gays and lesbians must have the same right to marry as heterosexuals. States without gay-marriage laws on the books must now recognize gay marriages performed in other states. Earlier this year the judicial system and the FBI also broke numerous amendments in arresting and convicting the alleged organizer of the deep web’s Silk Road. In court the judge denied the defense due process, refused to allow cross examinations, present witnesses etc. Our systems are broken!