Democrats running in the 2020 presidential race have a message to voters about the courts: It’s become political, and they want to implement reforms to change that.

“Anyone who says it’s not political, I don’t believe. I don’t believe it,” billionaire Tom Steyer said of the U.S. Supreme Court. “Not after Bush v. Gore. Not after what we’ve seen Mitch McConnell do. It’s political. So let’s accept that fact and talk about what we’re going to do to fight back.”

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