The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court have never been the “team of nine” described, over and over, by Brett Kavanaugh last month at the start of his confirmation proceedings. But they have been a team of naysayers to charges that the court is a partisan institution, an argument made more difficult by Kavanaugh himself.
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