Media and political commentators have reportedly joined forces in a reckless campaign to delegitimize the court and its decisions a year after the US Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade.
This comes after months of dangerous protests at the homes of Justices, liberally manufactured ethics scandals, and failure to reveal who leaked the Dobbs opinion.
However, Americans vehemently oppose these risky initiatives.
According to a recently released Mason-Dixon study, 59% of Americans oppose attacks on the integrity of some justices, and 72% of Americans think that the politicization of the Supreme Court harms judicial independence.
Even though Justice Clarence Thomas’ ethics have been questioned repeatedly in the media, 69% of Americans oppose Congress assuming control and establishing guidelines for judicial ethics.
Between May 30 and June 2, the Mason-Dixon poll, which was commissioned by the First Liberty Institute, polled 1,100 federally registered voters.
In addition, resistance to court cramming, the most extreme concept on the left, is still strong, with 68% of Americans opposing it.