Greatest Supreme Court Protest Sign Ever

Wickard v. Filburn, 317 U.S. 111 (1942) is the Supreme Court case that gave us the Administrative State by expanding federal powers over areas the U.S. Constitution says belong to the states. The Constitution gives Congress the power to regulate commerce among the states, i.e., interstate commerce. In Wickard, the Supremes said that includes commerce that is only within a state, intrastate commerce. In other words the Constitution says just what nine lawyers in black robes want it to say, nothing more, nothing less.

In England King Charlie I made the same interpretation of the Magna Carta, and the British fought three separate civil wars over that from 1642-1651. King Charlie I lost his head in the third British Civil War, on January 30, 1649.

I’m not suggesting Supreme Court justices should be beheaded as old King Charlie was. I would like to suggest they begin using their heads a little better and stop violating the oath they took to support and protect the U.S. Constitution.Since Wickard they have found too many things in the Constitution that aren’t there. If the Constitution is to be amended, then the Constitution provides a way to do that. All that is needed is for 2/3 of Congress to pass an amendment and then have 39 of the 50 states ratify it. Neither the President nor the Supreme Court are involved in Constitutional amendments. If the supremes are not willing to do that they should stop violating their oath by finding things in the Constitution that just are not there. If they keep this up we will no longer have a Constitution.

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