The Supreme Court is About to Hear One Case That Could End This Top Trump Challenger

The Supreme Court is shaping up to be a major battleground in the 2020 election.

Justices are  now hearing cases that could affect the political future of the candidates.

And the Supreme Court is about to hear one case that could end this top Trump challenger.

Elizabeth Warren is the biggest turncoat in American history.

At the beginning of her career she was a “die-hard conservative” who believed in the free market system.

In her own words, “I was a Republican because I thought that those were the people who best supported markets.”

But later swayed by the academic nonsense, she decided that freedom in economics was no longer a good thing.

She thinks that she knows best and that she can control every American’s life.

She has a plan for everything but her plans in the past show the power that she is seeking is unconstitutional and idiotic.

The Great Recession was caused because the federal government got involved in the mortgage market.

Bill Clinton decided that it would be better if more Americans owned their homes and wanted to raise the home ownership rate to 70%.

The problem is that to meet the goal, Fannie Mae lowered its credit standards which influenced the private market which followed Fannie’s guidelines.

This created a housing bubble that was disastrous.

And what did Obama do to fix Clinton unnecessarily meddling in the economy?

He went to Elizabeth Warren and asked her to meddle in the economy some more.

She created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau which has power over banks, credit unions, securities firms, payday lenders, mortgage-servicing operations, foreclosure relief services and debt collectors.

But there are huge problems with this Bureau.

The court said Friday it will hear a challenge from a California-based law firm that argues the CFPB, the brainchild of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat, is unconstitutionally structured.

Opponents of the CFPB, created in 2010, argue that its structure violates the separation of powers, as Congress gave it broad authority to regulate mortgages, credit cards, and other consumer products, and is helmed by a single director who can’t be removed by the president except for cause.

The court said it will also address whether the entirety of the law that created the CFPB, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that re-ordered the financial regulatory system, should be struck down.

The Trump administration said in a filing with the Supreme Court it concluded the “statutory restriction on the president’s authority to remove the director violates” the Constitution, and “the director of the bureau has since reached the same conclusion.”

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Elizabeth Warren is a lawyer who doesn’t understand the most important legal document in America.

She a planner who can’t explain her plans when voters ask fair questions.

And she is Native American without any Native American ancestry.

She is a hypocrite who will tell any lie and break any law to gain power.

Do you think that Elizabeth Warren’s becoming president will lead to another economic collapse?

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(h/t Conservative Revival)