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Jimmy Carter and I agree: “This man is unfit to be a Supreme Court Justice. But, because this is America, Kavanaugh has a seat at this honorable table.” How did he get here? Short answer: privilege. Longer answer: He was nominated by your president, Donald Trump. However, he didn’t act alone. The Senate votes to confirm the nominee. So they have a hand in Kavanaugh’s confirmation as well. But what exactly does a Supreme Court Justice do? The Supreme Court is the final judge for cases involving laws of Congress and The Constitution. They strike down any laws that violate The Constitution. Basically, the Supreme Court has the power to check the president and Congress. But who gon’ check them boo?! Check out this week’s The OverExplainer, where I break down the position of Supreme Court Justice.