REPORT: Justice Neil Gorsuch warns of Supreme Court danger: ‘Nine older people sitting in Washington making stuff up’
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Justice Neil Gorsuch is firing back at the critics of his judicial philosophy, some of whom sit alongside him on the Supreme Court, who believe the Constitution should be interpreted differently in the modern era.
Since joining the Supreme Court in 2017, when he was nominated by President Trump and confirmed by the Senate by a 54-45 vote, he has positioned himself as a bulwark against what he says is “nine older people sitting in Washington making stuff up.”
The article goes on to state the following:
“When that happens, your rights get diminished and the Constitution gets amended in ways you never agreed to,” he told the Washington Examiner during an interview in his chambers at the Supreme Court, which once belonged to the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Gorsuch, like Scalia before him, believes the Constitution should be interpreted as to its text and original public meaning, and argues the originalist approach ensures the rights of the American people are not lost and new rights added.
— Chris 🇺🇸 (@Chris_1791) September 18, 2019
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