Constitutional Amendment XXXI
Supreme Court Overturn
The House of Representatives shall have the sole authority to overturn a Supreme Court ruling or decision and shall be done by a simple majority vote that cannot be prevented by any internal action of Congress. The House of Representatives shall be required to vote within ninety days of the challenge to a Supreme Court ruling or decision. After ninety days if the ruling or decision is not overturned, the ruling or decision shall stand.
The President, Speaker of the House of Representatives, or the Minority leader of the House of Representatives shall be the sole authorities to bring to vote within the House of Representatives a challenge to a Supreme Court ruling or decision.
A challenge to a Supreme Court decision or ruling must be made within 110 days of Congress being in session after the ruling or decision is handed down. A challenge shall not be allowed for criminal or punitive cases that a pardon on the part of the Governors or President can resolve.
A period of five years shall be allowed from the time of the ratification of this amendment to review cases going back a maximum of 30 years.
The Supreme Court of the United States of America has been seduced by a very small number of people into making decisions that are not based on the Constitution or at best based on political influences.
Such seditions have become, over the last 50 years, easier to accomplish due to the small number of Supreme Court Justices that have been given such a final authority over matters brought before the Supreme Court.
The intent of this amendment is to stop the sedition of the Supreme Court and to introduce checks and balances to the Judicial branch of the Federal Government that do not exist today.
Only when the Supreme Court can be overturned will the People’s voice be heard again and the Constitution have the authority that we all need for the United States of America to survive.
Only when the Supreme Court can be overturned by the people will the decisions and rulings made by the Supreme Court stop being based on power or tyranny or be so easily accomplished by such a small number of people or foreign influences.