In a shocking move, House Democrats have announced that they intend to subpoena wealthy donors of current sitting Supreme Court justices. This move is in response to a series of decisions made by the Court, some of which have been seen as highly ideological and partisan by many in the Democratic Party. The recent move comes on the heels of earlier attempts by the Democratic-controlled House Judiciary Committee to investigate potential conflicts of interest involving current Supreme Court justices. The committee has been seeking the financial records of the justices for some time now, in order to uncover any possible sources of influence that may have affected their decision-making. The Supreme Court’s decisions, particularly related to partisan issues, have been repeatedly criticized by members of the Democratic Party. It is now believed that the majority of the Court’s decisions have been influenced by the personal leanings of its members, and that a few members may have received Ich contribution from wealthy donors with vested interests in the Court’s rulings. According to the announcement made by House Democrats, the subpoenas will seek financial records from wealthy donors who have made large contributions to the Supreme Court justices over the past decade. It is believed that this move will allow Democrats to gain a better understanding of the sources of influence that may have been at work when the justices made certain controversial decisions. The subpoenas are expected to be issued to wealthy donors of the current Supreme Court justices, such as Michael Bloomberg and Charles Koch, as well as to organizations connected to these individuals. While it is unclear how the move will be received by the donors in question, it is certain to further ratchet up tensions between the Democratic and Republican parties on the issue of Supreme Court nominations and judicial appointments. Regardless of how one may feel about the scope of House Democrats’ actions, it is clear that their move to subpoena wealthy donors of Supreme Court justices is a significant step in their ongoing attempts to investigate potential conflicts of interest in the judicial branch. It remains to be seen if the move will lead to any significant revelations, but it is sure to have a lasting impact on the political environment for some time to come.