“Good Behaviour!”

The Constitution does not give the federal Judiciary authority to override an Executive Action. The Executive Branch needs to stop submitting to judicial tyranny. It is time to tighten constitutional chains. The Constitution gives us the means to “term limit” the federal Judiciary: Invoke the “Good Behaviour” clause to rein-in those who usurp power to advance their own subversive tyrannical agenda. Judicial activism violates the Constitution and standards of Good Behaviour. It is, by logic and reason, impeachable. There is nothing to the contrary in the Constitution; therefore, We the People being sovereign, the right is inherent in US to demand removal of the offenders.

Thomas Jefferson on the federal Judiciary’s power usurpation: “Nothing in the Constitution has given them [the federal judges] a right to decide for the Executive, more than to the Executive to decide for them. . . .” (Letter to Abigail Adams regarding Marbury v. Madison, September 11, 1804) “The great object of my fear is the Federal Judiciary. That body, . . . is engulfing insidiously the special governments into the jaws of that which feeds them.” (Letter to Judge Spencer Roane,1821)

“The original error [was in] establishing a judiciary independent of the nation, and which, from the citadel of the law, can turn its guns on those they were meant to defend, and control and fashion their proceedings to its own will.” (Letter to John Wayles Eppes, 1807) “You seem . . . to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions; a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. . . . The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with corruptions of time and party, its members would become despots.” (Letter to William Jarvis, Sept. 28, 1820) JeffersonOnJudicialTyranny

Note: “Good Behaviour.” is intentionally spelled with the British spelling because that’s how it’s spelled in the Constitution.