But new polling data suggests most Americans simply aren’t buying these justices’ claims.
As it turns out, rolling back civil rights until they resemble the Redemption era is deeply unpopular.
The poll found half of registered voters now have little or no confidence in the Supreme Court.
Specifically, 26 percent of respondents said they have no confidence in the court at all, while 24 percent said they have “a little” confidence.
Just 37 percent said they have “some” confidence, and a meager 14 percent said they have “a lot” of confidence in the court.
Republicans, independents and Democrats all showed less confidence in the court now than they did in 2020, the poll found.
This new poll underscores why conservatives are getting mouthy in defense of the court: They can sense the public’s growing intolerance for its draconian rulings. »