Biden's Supreme Court commission failed to convince Americans to change anything

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Shortly after taking office, President Joe Biden created a Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States. The Commission appeared to be political cover for those on the Left hoping they could reshape the U.S. Constitution to secure the Left’s political gains of 2020.

They have, thus far, failed to convince the American people to change anything, let alone remaking the Supreme Court to suit their ideological purposes.


Assembled from a mixture of mostly far-Left policy experts, law school academics, and lawyers, the president tasked the Commission with evaluating the various ways in which a supposedly “broken” federal judiciary could be reformed. After six months of meetings, nothing has changed. 

Do the American people want President Joe Biden to remake our judiciary? No, they do not.

A full moon rises behind the U.S. Supreme Court on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., November 18, 2021. REUTERS/Tom Brenner (REUTERS/Tom Brenner)

According to the Wall Street Journal, polling released in April—just ahead of the Commission’s inaugural meeting—revealed that not only did a supermajority of the country oppose packing the U.S. Supreme Court; it considered the President’s Commission

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