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Thomas Jefferson foresaw the possibility of despotism in the Judicial branch, owing to judges' power to decide which laws are constitutional and which are not. He warned that having the Supreme Court as the ultimate arbiter of constitutional interpretation is “a very dangerous doctrine indeed and one that would place us under the tyranny of an oligarchy." His prediction has come to pass. America's elitist-controlled judiciary has relentlessly expanded its power, gradually becoming a super legislature that has enslaved the American people to its whims.

 

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