Will The Rogue SCOTUS end Social Security?

First, read this quote — ” …Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) have been systematically stacking the courts with young, extremist judges and justices for the last four years. The courts on which they likely will sit for decades have the power to end Social Security….”

Then read the article on “Hill” where the quote I just made came from …CLICK HERE. And then understand why it is important that the Right Wing be defeated in 2024 … but maybe even that would be too late.

5 thoughts on “Will The Rogue SCOTUS end Social Security?

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  2. The end has been a dream of the GOP for many decades…..judges would be the next step and will probably work for them. chuq

    • Dear Chuq,
      I concur with you. It has been five decades in the making. You are welcome to read my comment for John as follows.

      Dear John,
      Hello! I have taken the time to read your detailed “About Me” page and your most recent posts. Once again, I enjoy reading this one and have decided to comment here. Thank you for asking the question. The influence and incursion of religion and partisan politics aside, we can agree that there are many sobering implications of the current state of affairs whose chaos and disruptions are very topical areas to explore the many outstanding tensions between (the sociopsychological states of) sanity/stability and insanity/instability, affecting not just reproductive freedoms but also the very existence and survival of humanity. There is plenty to investigate regarding the many outstanding tensions between the two major parties. Any reasonable and discerning person can conclude that the USA has been plagued by ignorance, dogma, falsity, blind faith, spiritual stagnation and epistemological impasse . . . . .

      We have been witnessing so clearly the insidious nature of Trumpism, Machiavellian conservatism and inimical illiberalism perverting democracy for nefarious purposes and for justifying, obfuscating or muddying the waters of systemic sexism, racism, historical negationism, discrimination, marginalization and curtailment of civil rights. In a similar vein, one of my latest posts highlights not just the various traps awaiting us from the fallouts of the main event regarding the SCOTUS’ decisions on abortion and its striking down Roe v. Wade, but also how the capacity of laws and legislation to be legally valid, binding and enforceable in different contexts is both contingent (acceptable only if certain circumstances are the case) and circumscribed (restricted to certain roles or situations), given that the content, relevance and quality of laws and legislation are fundamentally filtered and moulded by class structures, social stratifications, cultural reproductions and communication frameworks as well as by the interaction between legal cultures, and the social construction of legal issues. Given your position and concerns, you are hereby invited to peruse my latest post entitled “🏛ī¸âš–ī¸ The Facile and Labile Nature of Law: Beyond the Supreme Court and Its Ruling on Controversial Matters đŸ—ŊđŸ—ŗī¸đŸ”Ģ🤰🧑‍🤝‍🧑💉“, as I am certainly very keen and curious about what you will make of my said post published at


      I welcome your input and feedback there.

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