Report: SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts Folded on Texas Election Fraud Case Due to Fear of ANTIFA Pushback

A report from a Supreme Court staffer is indicating that Chief Justice John Roberts folded on the landmark Texas election fraud case because he was scared of pushback from left-wing terror groups like ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter.

State representative Matt Patrick of District 32 relayed the testimony during an impassioned plea on the Texas House floor for political figures across the nation to fight the vote steal.

“He said the justices, as they always do, went into a closed room to discuss cases they’re taking and to debate,” Roberts said.

“When the Texas case was brought up, he heard screaming through the walls, as Justice Roberts and the other liberal justices were insisting that this case not be taken up, and the reason the words that were heard through the wall when Justice Thomas and Justice Alito were citing ‘Bush v. Gore’ from John Roberts were ‘I don’t give a ***** about ‘Bush vs Gore’… at that time we didn’t have riots!’,” he continued.

“So what he was saying was that he was afraid of what would happen if they did the right thing, and I’m sorry, but that is moral cowardice, and we in the [State Republican Executive Committee], I’m an State Republican Executive Committee member, we put those words in very specifically because the charge of the Supreme Court is to ultimately be our final arbitrator, our final line of defense, for right and wrong, and they did not do their duty,” he added.

The clip can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on Roberts’ long legacy of betrayal for conservatives, as the chief justice has worked to rubberstamp unconstitutional measures at the behest of leftists:

On June 29, 2020, the Supreme Court issued a ruling that overturned a Louisiana abortion law.

The ruling has delighted pro-abortion advocates who originally feared that the “conservative” Supreme Court would issue more hardline rulin on pro-life related matters.

The justices voted 5-4 to nullify Louisiana’s admitting-privilege law. Chief Justice John Roberts voted along with the court’s four leftist judges.

The abortion issue will continue to be a topic of discussion in the 2020 elections now that the court has become rather tepid on the matter.

Additionally, this decision indicates that the court is more moderate than advertised.

In The Hill’s coverage of the incident, it noted that “Roberts said his vote was guided by deference to prior rulings, particularly the court’s 2016 decision in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, which struck down a nearly identical Texas law.”

“The legal doctrine of stare decisis requires us, absent special circumstances, to treat like cases alike,” Roberts wrote in his opinion. “The Louisiana law imposes a burden on access to abortion just as severe as that imposed by the Texas law, for the same reasons. Therefore Louisiana’s law cannot stand under our precedents.”

The Louisiana case came about from a constitutional challenge to a law passed back in 2014. The law, Act 620, mandated doctors who carry out abortions to hold “active admitting privileges” at a hospital that lies within 30 miles of their facility.

It’s becoming abundantly clear that the Supreme Court, even with an allegedly conservative majority, has become unreliable in safeguarding conservative principles.

The total institutional collapse of the United States is at hand. Western Civilization may not be able to survive the cowardice of cowardly blackmailed lawyers like John Roberts.

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