24 May 2023

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Chief Justice John Roberts says that, "The Supreme Court will address ethics issues."

We already know the address of the ethics issues, it's up there, see? ↗

John Roberts is not going to do anything meaningful, that much was clear when he completely blew off Congressional oversight:

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. said Tuesday night that he was “confident” the Supreme Court will convince the public that it “adheres to the highest standards of conduct.”

Accepting an award at the American Law Institute, Roberts did not directly comment on the controversies that have surrounded the court’s members and their financial disclosures or the mounting congressional pressure for a specific code of conduct for the Supreme Court.

But he said that disturbances outside the court have not affected the nine justices: “Inside the court, there is cause for optimism,” he said.

Then he added:

“I want to assure people that I’m committed to making certain that we as a court adhere to the highest standards of conduct. We are continuing to look at things we can do to give practical effect to that commitment. And I am confident that there are ways to do that consistent with our status as an independent branch of government and the Constitution’s separation of powers.”

The translation of that statement is, "We don't care, we don't have to, we are the Supreme Court, bitches."

Nothing is going to change until there is an independent reckoning for the blatant corruption at the Court.


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