Trump Rips His Former Allies For Switching Sides

Former President Trump stated during his interview with Real America’s Voice that he was “very disappointed” with recent rulings by Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.

Both Kavanaugh and Barrett voted to protect ObamaCare this Wednesday, confirming its constitutionality by a 7-2 margin. Justice Samuel Alito and Justice Neil Gorsuch dissented.

“I fought hard for them., Trump said. “But I am very disappointed with many of their rulings.”

Trump told host David Brody that he is not having second thoughts about nominating the conservatives to the high court.

“Second guessing does nothing good., he said. “But I was disappointed with some of the rulings they made.”

Previously this year, Kavanaugh and Barrett did not support a request for the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to the November presidential election in the state of Pennsylvania — Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Neil Gorsuch supported the challenge.

Trump criticized the Supreme Court in December, saying it was a “shameful miscarriage of justice” when they rejected a lawsuit attempting to throw out election results from four states. Trump’s three appointees voted against the lawsuit.

“The court had ZERO interest in the greatest fraud ever done on the United States., Trump said at the time.

Last week’s decision in favor of former President Obama’s health care plan is viewed by many as the last attempt to end the law.

The High Court ruled the plaintiffs did not have standing in a case from GOP governors and attorneys general, which was supported by the previous administration, who requested that Obamacare be ended after the Republican party successfully stopped the individual mandate back in 2017.

Former President Trump successfully appointed three new justices to the Supreme Court, which will possibly be his greatest legacy. However, one of his appointees, Justice Gorsuch, voted in favor of keeping Obamacare.

Author: Steven Sinclaire