Breyer refuses to describe the conservative Supreme Court as “conservative.”


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Judge Stephen Breyer (Photo by Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images)

The court’s ruling in the 2000 presidential election case, Bush v. Gore, is often cited as an example of the favoritism of conservative cases. But the court did not hear or rule on cases that affected the political disputes arising from the late 2020 elections.

Justice Stephen Breyer, And he refused Characterization of the Supreme Court as “conservative” In a speech he gave as part of the Scalia Lecture Series at Harvard Law School. Breyer, a liberal who has been pushed into retirement, noted that the Supreme Court had kept abortion rights intact and was not in line with all of former President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.


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