Judicial Fraud of Marbury v. Madison to Gain Judicial Supremacy
April 5, 2023
The Montana Supreme Court, in McLaughlin v. The Montana State Legislature makes the claim that Judicial Supremacy essentially amended the Montana constitution to confer power and control over the Executive and Legislative branches.
Justice Baker ends her opinion by supporting Judicial Supremacy by referring to the 1803 case Marbury v. Madison. Justice Baker quotes one line out of context in Marbury v. Madison: "the duty of the judicial department is to say what the law is." She is implying this statement is a fundamental power, or doctrine in the U.S. Constitution only given to the Supreme...
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