Ya gotta VOTE to get the chance to put together a Congress to change the Laws the High Court Right leaning Majority ARE using to set Law….
They HAVE do so on Voting Rights…..
Student Loan Debt…..
Rights of Abortion….
Rights of LGBTQ+ Americans….
The court ‘s old timers and Right leaners seem to be out of touch with America 2023…..
Young voters starting in last years MidTerm Elections are NOT happy….
The young voters plans to make their objections known at the ballot box next year, viewing the court’s actions as out of step with the issues and values important to them and their peers.
For many voters under 35 years of age, especially those on the left, the Supreme Court has become a political issue in the same way that climate change, gun violence and immigration have over the course of the past two decades, some political scientists and organizers have said.
Conversations with more than a dozen young voters from around the country who recently visited Washington for the Fourth of July suggest a sense of frustration, even resignation for some, but also a renewed understanding that their votes could impact which justices sit on the federal bench.
Democrats and liberals have viewed the high court as an institution that historically protects the rights of marginalized groups. But Republican politicians and activists on the right have remade the court: President Donald Trump, backed by a GOP Senate, appointed three justices to create a conservative majority.
Over the past five years, trust in the Supreme Court to “do the right thing” all or most of the time has decreased by 10 percentage points among 18- to 29-year-olds, according to a poll released by the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School.
The court’s recent rulings, along with last year’s decision striking down the right to abortion established in 1973’s Roe v. Wade, could prompt more young people to be active in next year’s presidential and congressional elections, some observers predict.
“They are [angry] because government continues to give them the short end of the stick, they’re going to turn out and vote. And in this case, it could not be more clear that there’s two sides and the contrast could not be more stark,” said Antonio Arellano, a spokesman for NextGen America, a liberal advocacy group and political action committee…..