Justice Sotomayor Traumatized?!

US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor

(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – In a pathetic declaration reflecting the left’s tactic of using one’s “feelings” for manipulation, US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who is part of the liberal minority on the bench, has disclosed that she gets “traumatized” by every single conservative victory in high-profile cases.

Sotomayor spoke about her emotional reactions to conservative wins while addressing students at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law

“I live in frustration. And as you heard, every loss truly traumatizes me in my stomach and in my heart. But I have to get up the next morning and keep on fighting,” she said.

The report notes that Justice Sotomayor, who has been a part of the Supreme Court since August 2009, is a leading liberal figure on the bench, serving alongside Justices Elena Kagan and Ketanji Brown Jackson.

However, the Court is predominantly conservative, with six justices representing this ideology.

In her speech, Sotomayor discussed the challenges she faces due to the current ideological imbalance of the Court.

She believes this imbalance is shifting the United States increasingly rightward.

“Change never happens on its own. Change happens because people care about moving the arc of the universe toward justice, and it can take time and it can take frustration,” Sotomayor stated, reflecting her disappointment.

The report points out that the Supreme Court’s conservative supermajority is poised to make decisions on several controversial issues, including gun rights and Texas’s authority to enforce its border policies, potentially contradicting federal directives.

Following the appointments of Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett by former President Donald Trump, Sotomayor, along with her liberal colleagues, has often been in the minority in recent rulings.

During the event, Justice Sotomayor also delved into the significance of oral arguments and the responsibility of attorneys appearing before the Court over the broader implications of their cases on American law.

“I can’t tell you how often I’ll look at Neil Gorsuch and I’ll send him a note and say, ‘I want to kill that lawyer.’ Because he or she didn’t give up that case. Because by the time you come to the Supreme Court, it’s not about your client anymore. It’s not about their case,” Sotomayor recounted.

On February 8, the Supreme Court will deliberate on former President Trump’s eligibility for the presidential primary ballot after he was disqualified by the Colorado Supreme Court.