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What has the left said about packing #SCOTUS ? “Nine seems to be a good number.” – Justice Ginsburg “Structural alteration motivated by the perception of political influence can only feed that latter perception.” – Justice Breyer “Power grab…Bonehead idea.” – President Biden

Justices Breyer and Ginsburg agreed nine is the right number of Supreme Court justices. President Biden’s SCOTUS commission and Democrats’ attempt to expand the court are nothing more than a blatant power grab

@HowardKurtz  on President Biden announcing the full withdrawal of U-S troops from Afghanistan, pushing for Justice Stephen Breyer to retire from the bench and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause fueling fears of vaccination skeptics. Listen & subscribe:

President Biden to let Breyer decide his own retirement

President Biden exploring options to expand the Supreme Court is nothing more than a political power grab. Justices from across the ideological spectrum have argued against packing the court including former Justice RBG and most recently Justice Stephen Breyer.

President Joe Biden’s election and Democrats’ paper-thin Senate majority have prompted talk that Breyer, appointed by Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1994, could soon retire, perhaps as early as the summer.

Progressives hope Supreme Court Justice Breyer, 82, will retire to let President Biden pick a like-minded successor. When liberal Justice Ginsburg died at 87, President Trump chose young conservative Justice Barrett, cementing a 6-3 conservative majority.

Breyer, 82, has declined to speak publicly on any retirement intentions but if he decides to step down, history suggests he will slip early word to President Joe Biden and the public will not know until weeks later, reports @JoanBiskupic 

A new Democratic-controlled Senate boosts the chances Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, 82, would retire this year and offer new President Joe Biden an early opportunity to put his imprint on America's high court.

A new Democratic-controlled Senate boosts the chances Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, 82, would retire this year and offer new President Joe Biden an early opportunity to put his imprint on America's high court.

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Ginsburg is 87 years old. Later this summer, Justice Breyer will turn 82. The next president will likely make one, perhaps even two, Supreme Court appointments. It can't be Joe Biden!

Ginsburg is 87 years old. Later this summer, Justice Breyer will turn 82. The next president will likely make one, perhaps even two, Supreme Court appointments. It can't be Joe Biden!

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