Supreme Hubris

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  • Verdicts

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    It is neither historically nor constitutionally accurate.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    It is neither historically nor constitutionally accurate.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    Article III, Section I states that "The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish." Although the Constitution establishes the Supreme Court, it permits Congress to decide how to organize it.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    Oaths of office and financial disclosure requirements have been imposed.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    It is neither historically nor constitutionally accurate.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    I believe that Alito's assertion is lacking constitutional context and is primarily self-serving.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    I believe that Alito's assertion is lacking constitutional context and is primarily self-serving.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    The Founders believed that those who rose to the level of the Supreme Court would be honorable and above reproach. They didn't foresee Alito and Thomas and a system that has been corrupted by money.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    No direct statements, but the constitution does allow and indirect means of pressuring the Supreme Court: the threat to "pack" the Court with new members.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    I believe that Alito's assertion is lacking constitutional context and is primarily self-serving.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    There is tremendous pressure from outside of the Supreme Court for ethical reforms which Alito largely dismisses on constitutional grounds.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    There is tremendous pressure from outside of the Supreme Court for ethical reforms which Alito largely dismisses on constitutional grounds.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    It's inconceivable that a system carefully constructed with checks and balances would leave the SC without any checks or balances.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    As mentioned, there is the indirect path allowed by the constitution to threaten to pack the court.

    Answer: No
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    There is tremendous pressure from outside of the Supreme Court for ethical reforms which Alito largely dismisses on constitutional grounds.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    I think Alito is hiding behind the veil of constitutionality to protect the privileges and obscurity of questionable practices by he and other justices which taint their judicial impartiality.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    I think Alito is hiding behind the veil of constitutionality to protect the privileges and obscurity of questionable practices by he and other justices which taint their judicial impartiality.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the Supreme Court has a rank above the Legislative and Executive branches and is immune to any oversight.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    I think Alito is hiding behind the veil of constitutionality to protect the privileges and obscurity of questionable practices by he and other justices which taint their judicial impartiality.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    I think Alito is hiding behind the veil of constitutionality to protect the privileges and obscurity of questionable practices by he and other justices which taint their judicial impartiality.

    Answer:
    The deceit is that the lie is misleading.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    I think Alito is hiding behind the veil of constitutionality to protect the privileges and obscurity of questionable practices by he and other justices which taint their judicial impartiality.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
    Supporting Text:
    No one who rises to Supreme Court could fail to understand how the lack of ethical transparency undermines the legitimacy of the Court. These efforts to wrap themselves in the Constitution to avoid critical eithical review are unseemly at best.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    No one who rises to Supreme Court could fail to understand how the lack of ethical transparency undermines the legitimacy of the Court. These efforts to wrap themselves in the Constitution to avoid critical eithical review are unseemly at best.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
    Supporting Text:
    No one who rises to Supreme Court could fail to understand how the lack of ethical transparency undermines the legitimacy of the Court. These efforts to wrap themselves in the Constitution to avoid critical eithical review are unseemly at best.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
    Supporting Text:
    No one who rises to Supreme Court could fail to understand how the lack of ethical transparency undermines the legitimacy of the Court. These efforts to wrap themselves in the Constitution to avoid critical eithical review are unseemly at best.

    Answer: Yes
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
    Supporting Text:
    No one who rises to Supreme Court could fail to understand how the lack of ethical transparency undermines the legitimacy of the Court. These efforts to wrap themselves in the Constitution to avoid critical eithical review are unseemly at best.

    Answer:
    The motivation is to convince you that the lie is factually true.
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
    Supporting Text:
    Alito seems to think that if he asserts these claims that the Court is not subject to any Congressional oversight loudly enough and often enough the Congress and the people will accept it.

    Answer:
    The motivation is to convince you that the lie is factually true.
    Answer Confidence: 100 %
    Supporting Text:
    Alito seems to think that if he asserts these claims that the Court is not subject to any Congressional oversight loudly enough and often enough the Congress and the people will accept it.

    Answer:
    Alito's move is a thinly veiled expression of his authoritarian tendencies.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    The court has been stacked with ideologues.

    Answer:
    The motivation is to convince you that the lie is factually true.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:

    Answer:
    The motivation is to convince you that the lie is factually true.
    Answer Confidence: 85 %
    Supporting Text:
    Alito seems to think that if he asserts these claims that the Court is not subject to any Congressional oversight loudly enough and often enough the Congress and the people will accept it.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 70 %
    Supporting Text:
    While some will always hold that the Supreme Court is constitutionally above reproach I think the majority of Americans want their Justices to act ethically, honorably and transparently.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 80 %
    Supporting Text:
    While some will always hold that the Supreme Court is constitutionally above reproach I think the majority of Americans want their Justices to act ethically, honorably and transparently.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    While some will always hold that the Supreme Court is constitutionally above reproach I think the majority of Americans want their Justices to act ethically, honorably and transparently.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 70 %
    Supporting Text:
    While some will always hold that the Supreme Court is constitutionally above reproach I think the majority of Americans want their Justices to act ethically, honorably and transparently.

    Answer: Unacceptable
    Answer Confidence: 95 %
    Supporting Text:
    While some will always hold that the Supreme Court is constitutionally above reproach I think the majority of Americans want their Justices to act ethically, honorably and transparently.

    Answer:
    Several Supreme Court Justices press the case that they are beyond scrutiny
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Supreme Court Justice's are enormously power in our Constitutional Republic. Such power can be abused and can be corrupting and there is no reason to assume that this highest of courts is immune to these human failings. There must be a check and balance.

    Answer:
    It is not true that the Congress has no role in supervising the governance of the Supreme Court.. They can write laws that apply.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Supreme Court Justice's are enormously power in our Constitutional Republic. Such power can be abused and can be corrupting and there is no reason to assume that this highest of courts is immune to these human failings. There must be a check and balance.

    Answer:
    This statement is false and goes against the core principles of constitutional government limited by checks and balances.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Supreme Court Justice's are enormously powerful in our Constitutional Republic. Such power can be abused and can be corrupting and there is no reason to assume that this highest of courts is immune to these human failings. There must be a check and balance.

    Answer:
    This is factually untrue.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
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    Answer:
    It is not true that the Congress has no role in supervising the governance of the Supreme Court.. They can write laws that apply.
    Answer Confidence: 90 %
    Supporting Text:
    Supreme Court Justice's are enormously power in our Constitutional Republic. Such power can be abused and can be corrupting and there is no reason to assume that this highest of courts is immune to these human failings. There must be a check and balance.