Devastating attack on the Supreme Court proves how deranged the Left has become

Rachel Maddow

Democrats are losing their minds at the prospect of another Trump presidency. Now they’re lashing out at anyone and everyone.

And now a devastating attack on the Supreme Court proves how deranged the Left has become.

The Left can’t stand that Trump was able to add three Supreme Court Justices to the highest court in the land.

Now they’re trying to talk down the Court’s credibility in a blatant political attack.

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow joined the co-hosts of “The View” on Tuesday and said that the Supreme Court is “flagrantly corrupt,” which appeared to startle co-host Sunny Hostin.

“The blatant corruption of a couple of these Supreme Court justices is John Roberts’ problem. He is the chief justice, he has to police it to save his court and to save the legal system,” the MSNBC host said.

Maddow and her “The View” co-hosts discussed ethics concerns on the Supreme Court, specifically, Justice Clarence Thomas, who has faced criticism for accepting gifts from GOP donor Harlan Crow, and Justice Samuel Alito, who was recently chastised for flying an upside-down American flag outside his home in the weeks following the Jan. 6 Capitol riots.

Sunny Hostin, Maddow’s co-anchor, questioned her assertion, but the MSNBC host stood by it.

“I work at MSNBC. If there was a member of my family lobbying the White House chief of staff, saying, ‘overturn this election result,’ you think they’d let me cover that election result, let alone give a binding judicial ruling on that election result?” she said.

It was in reference to Thomas’ wife, Ginni Thomas, who texted then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, asking him to dispute President Trump’s 2020 election loss.

Behar questioned if Roberts would do anything, claiming, “He’s iffy.”

The MSNBC host argued that, despite not yet ruling on Trump’s immunity claim, the Supreme Court had effectively granted him immunity, “because they’ve already delayed things so long that the stuff he did in 2020, he’s not going to be tried for before he potentially gets back in the White House.”

The co-hosts of “The View” recently praised the court for ruling unanimously against a challenge to the abortion pill.

“It does restore a little bit of my faith in the court,” Hostin remarked on Thursday.

“Because the legal standard is, do you have standing to bring a case? Can anybody bring a case in front of the Supreme Court? No. You have to prove that you have injuries resulting from it and so you’ve got a group of doctors and a group of citizens and all of these people bring this challenge to the FDA and say, we don’t want this pill.”

Co-host Sara Haines said the verdict reminded her to believe in the country’s institutions.

“We focus so much on the hot topics, on the results, rather than the legal reasoning and always call the judges conservative or liberal. It’s about the interpretation of the law, so reminding ourselves to have faith in this judicial [system], especially the Supreme Court, because it’s easy to attack them like regular politicians, but we need to remain faithful in our institutions. That’s why so many of us are scared,” she said.

However, Behar remained wary of the Supreme Court following the verdict, saying, “I don’t trust the whole thing.”

“I don’t trust the courts. I don’t trust the extreme religious right … They want us in the kitchen with 10 kids that we can’t feed,” she said.

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