Conservative radio host Mark Levin blasted US Supreme Court justices after they refused to hear cases regarding the 2020 election.
In his Monday program, Levin noted, “You fought like hell for them, and then they spit on you.” Targeting Justices Kavanaugh and Coney, his fiery words stated what many conservatives still believe regarding Pennsylvania’s election.
One of the high-profile cases the court turned down included the Pennsylvania court decision to allow ballots received up to three days after Election Day to be counted in ballot totals. Regardless of whether the results would have changed the winner, Levin argued the rule change is clearly unconstitutional.
Levin further noted in his program:
I’m addressing a crooked system, systematic violations of our constitutional system. And there they are, six of the nine justices sitting on their asses doing not a damn thing about it because they’re afraid of what will be said about them in the editorial pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post.”
He’s not alone in his anger. Justice Clarence Thomas also released a statement on Monday to express his frustrations with fellow justices:
“We failed to settle this dispute before the election, and thus provide clear rules. Now we again fail to provide clear rules for future elections. The decision to leave election law hidden beneath a shroud of doubt is baffling. By doing nothing, we invite further confusion and erosion of voter confidence. Our fellow citizens deserve better and expect more of us. I respectfully dissent.”
Levin included his thoughts on why he believes America’s Supreme Court Justices are wavering. He states:
I think they’re very fearful. I think they’re fearful the way Justice Owen Roberts became fearful after FDR tried to pack the Supreme Court.
He may be right. Our courts are increasingly following culture rather than the Constitution.
How will our nation ever hold a free election if voter integrity is not addressed? This is the question many Americans need to be answered — whether from the Supreme Court or other leadership — if we hope to hold fair elections in the future.