Supreme Court's 'brutality' caused by 'gross neglect' of Democrats in Congress, claims MSNBC columnist

Brown opened his Friday column with the claim, “The Supreme Court ended its term Thursday having produced a string of decisions that with casual brutality threatened Americans’ privacy, health and well-being.” 그는 덧붙였다, “민주당, in the face of this assault on the rights and privileges of their constituents, haven’t responded with the necessary anger or urgency.

The columnist provided readers with a brief civics lesson concerning how the judiciary branch was never supposed to be this powerful, at least compared to Congress which was designed by the framersto be the most powerful of the three branches of government, consisting of representatives of the people and the states.

The executive was to be feared and constrained; the judiciary was, in comparison, an afterthought mostly left to future Congresses to craft. In drafting the Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton considered the courts the ‘least dangerous to the political rights of the Constitution,’” Brown explained.

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The chamber of the House of Representatives. MSNBC columnist slammed Congress for not taking action to restrain the Supreme Court. (AP 사진 / J. 스콧 애플 화이트)

The chamber of the House of Representatives. MSNBC columnist slammed Congress for not taking action to restrain the Supreme Court. (AP 사진 / J. 스콧 애플 화이트)

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