To defeat the conservative judges, liberal advocacy groups of Democrats competing for office this autumn are being called upon to fill the Supreme Court.
The Four More campaign seeks to counter the Supreme Court’s conservative majority by adding four new judges to the court. Demand Justice, Stand Up America, Indivisible, Take Back the Court Action Fund, and the People’s Parity Project, all of which were inspired by the Supreme Court’s decision to abolish the right to abortion nationwide, are leading the effort.
Christina Harvey, executive director of Stand Up America, said she believes the coalition has no choice but to force Congress to immediately raise the number of judges from nine to thirteen.
“We understand that this significant change will not be easy. “We acknowledge that this will not happen overnight,” Ms. Harvey told a news conference to launch the campaign. “However, if our lawmakers want us to send them back to Washington in the fall, they must provide the American people with a roadmap that specifies not only how they want to codify Row vs. Wade, but also how they want to deal with it.” Control court, ”the speaker continued.
The 1973 Supreme Court ruling confirming the right to abortion was overturned last week by a court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The Dobbs regime has returned control to the states instead of declaring the abortion law illegal.
Sarah Lipton-Lubet, executive director of the Tech Back the Court Action Fund, claims the High Court was at war with women.
Right-wing judges are continuing and accelerating “against women, against the caste community, against the LGBTQ community, against clean air and water, against workers’ rights and immigrant rights, against voting and democracy, against America,” she claimed. .
Additionally, Demand Justice organized opposition to the nominations of Justices Amy Connie Barrett and Brett M. Kavanagh, both of whom were elected by the late President Trump and participated in the majority vote against Rock.
In a statement issued during a news conference Monday, Katie O’Connor, deputy chief counsel for Demand Justice, said: “Millions of Americans will suffer, and many will die for what this court has done.”
According to Mrs. O’Connor, all Americans who are able to conceive will suffer, and the loss will inequally affect people of color and the poor.
The Four More campaign maintains that its goals are not obsolete. According to the agency’s website, 60 members of Congress have already endorsed its goals, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Adam Schiff of the Republic of California.
Conservative organizations, particularly the Article III Project and the Judicial Crisis Network, as well as some democratic leaders, have opposed attempts to load the Supreme Court.
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