The High Court’s Darkest Hour and Roberts is Concerned About Rioting
Stunning news about the Supreme Court was revealed by Matt Patrick, a member of the Texas State Republican Executive Committee of the Electoral College, on Thursday, December 17, 2020.
According to Patrick, a “current staffer” of the Supreme Court said he heard through the walls that Chief Justice John Roberts was screaming to other fellow justices that they will not hear the Texas lawsuit because riots might happen.
Patrick revealed this news Thursday during a meeting that was seen on a video clip circulating on Twitter.
Roberts was nominated by former president George Bush in 2001, and was confirmed in 2003.
According to a Hal Turner report, the staffer told the radio host that the justices met in person because “they didn’t trust telephonic meeting as secure.”
“Are you going to be responsible for the rioting if we hear this case?” Justice Roberts allegedly told the other Justices.
The Supreme Court has only decided the outcome of a presidential election one time during the 2000 race between George W. Bush and Al Gore in the Brewer County “hanging chads” debacle.
“Don’t tell me about Bush v. Gore, we weren’t dealing with riots then,” Roberts yelled. “You’re forgetting what your role here is Neil. And I don’t want to hear from the two junior justices anymore. I will tell you how you will vote.”
Roberts was referring to Justice Neil Gorsuch and Amy Coney Barrett, both Donald J. Trump nominees.
“This is the end of Democracy John,” Justice Clarence Thomas replied, according to the staffer.
Last spring, it was announced on the SCOTUS website that the Supreme Court is closed to the public, and the justices will do oral arguments remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, but is open on official businesses.