I don't think they knew what they were doing in terms of these consequences of elections both stolen and lied to win. The people were not asked about corporate personhood or money as speech. They were fed a bunch of hooey about "judicial activism" and "legislating from the bench" as if that were what the Left would do, and promising that the Right would never go there.
How's that "settled law" thing doing?
Fear of government can be appropriate when we look at the record or rap sheet of the Supremes. Democracy by Curia is a curious twist on popular sovereignty, one that these "freedom loving, government fearing" folk ought to be truly pissed about. Were they real freedom lovers. And if they did not love having the government protect their bigotry--and their dogamatic use of government to make other citizens illegal.
I hope there is some reflection among these tp events. The disconnect between their rhetoric and reality is nearly total, but that does not make their fear and anger less real. It just makes it more pathetic.