Good thread from yesterday. Under the 5-4 Roberts majority, the Court largely remained within broad guardrails of public opinion. With 6-3, it's not doing that, trust in the Court is way down in polls, and the consequences are hard to predict in the long term but may be profound.
History shows that the Supreme Court is not fully insulated from public opinion, and it can only push its luck so much before politicians get spurred by the public to react.
They might do incalculable damage for a few sessions, but it's not a sustainable track to continue on.
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