66% of Supreme Court Justices are There In Spite of Public Opinion
Right now, there are nine U.S. Supreme Court justices. Five of those justices were appointed by a President that lost the popular vote.
- Chief Justice John Robert – George W. Bush
- Justice Samuel Alito Jr. – George W. Bush
- Justice Neil Gorsuch – Donald Trump
- Justice Brett Kavanaugh – Donald Trump
- Justice Amy Coney Barrett – Donald Trump
While both of George W. Bush’s appointments were made in his second term, which he won with the popular vote, that re-election was only made a reality by his initial placement in office through Bush v. Gore.
What we now have is a Supreme Court hand-picked by presidents that the majority of the country rejected and were only made president through the Electorial College.
Updated on Jul 23, 2021
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