Trump Expected To Ask Congress To Expand Supreme Court To Eleven Judges
President Donald Trump is expected to ask Congress to expand the Supreme Court from its current nine-member panel to eleven and one alternate.
The source, an unnamed member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said an unsigned memo on White House stationary with soda and ketchup stains was slipped under their door sometime between 10 am and 3 pm during their daily break.
The memo complained there “have been too many close decisions handed down in the past by the nine member Surpreme (sic) Court often leading to a divided nation. With the addition of two more judges and an alternative of the presidense (sic) choosing there will be a big fat majority rather then a little one which almost doesn’t count in peoples’ minds.”
The note went on to say the current panel is “only a suggested number and Congresss (sic) can change it anytime it feels like it. The countrie (sic) shouldn’t be held hostage by people who don’t agree with me.”
The message was said to include supporting opinions from ‘Judge’ Jeanine Pirro of Fox News, ‘Judge’ Luke Bryan from American Idol and the late Professor Irwin Corey.