The Supreme Court declared that the CDC exceeded its authority in issuing the eviction moratorium. Setting aside the merits of the ruling for the purpose of this discussion, the court made the highly questionable move of handling this case on their shadow docket. This means it was decided in a summary proceeding with the parties being denied the opportunity to fully brief the matter and present all the relevant facts. Deciding matters of such great importance to millions upon millions of Americans using their shadow docket continues to stain the legitimacy of a court that has obviously turned highly political over the last 20 years. Between under qualified political appointees and sham confirmation hearings Americans on all sides of the political spectrum should be concerned that the court is quickly becoming a tool of a small group of political donors. Whether you agree or disagree with the court's ruling all American citizens should continue to worry that a small group of unelected officials, with lifetime appointments, and hidden finances continue to decide the biggest questions of our lifetime.