Friday the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a second Republican attempt to reverse the 2020 election. The state of Texas filed a lawsuit that sought to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in four battleground states. The court’s reply was simply “Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another state conducts its election.”
The first attempt by the Trump allies to challenge the 2020 U.S. election was made to prevent the state of Pennsylvania from finalizing President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. Just a week ago and with another one sentence, the U.S. Supreme Court left a ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court intact which said the challenge to the state law came far too late.
So now all the “end runs” around our legal system are over and the U.S. Supreme court allowed our national election to proceed as normal. Of course, our “lame duck” president is upset about losing the election. He expected his three supreme court appointees to alter the electoral outcome and give him four more years in office. That will not happen now.
The U.S. Supreme Court Justices
#17 MON LEO
#30 TUE VIR
Neil M. Gorsuch
#40 WED CAN
#50 THU TAU
#59 THU AQU
John G. Roberts
– Chief Justice –
#64 FRI CAN
#71 FRI AQU
#71 FRI AQU
Amy C. Barrett
#73 SAT ARI
Within this court we see a diversity of Day Rays and Sun Signs, and that is to be expected. Over time the justices were appointed by a number of different presidents from both political parties. They should (and do) reflect a slice of of our nation’s backgrounds and perspectives.
Breaking down the Day Rays, six of the seven planetary energies are present. Missing is the Sun, which might be somewhat domineering, so that the present energy pattern works out well. Five of the twelve zodiac signs are represented by these nine individuals. All four elements are present in the make-up this group and the thee modes are definitely at play.
Right now the court has one pair of Cancer sun signs, reflecting an concern for social welfare. One third of the court are Aquarians with independent outlooks. These Cancer inclinations and Aquarius temperaments must be integrated into the considerations that this revered body makes for the whole nation. And for the most part, this is what is being done.
Still another third of the court has Venus ruled signatures. One of these Venus types is Sonia Sotomayor. The other two, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy C. Barrett, were appointed by President Donald Trump, a Venus ruled individual himself, indicating perhaps that unconsciously he chose a particular type of justice who he thought would solidify his base of voters.