“Congress doesn’t and won’t do that when it disagrees with the ruling (e.g., the Lopez decision striking down federal law), so you can bet the Congress won’t impeach and/or remove when it agrees with the decision.”
You have, right now, posed an insoluble conundrum.
Congress “doesn’t and won’t”...”so Congress won’t...”
Care to unravel your web?
Sort of like "You won't spank your kid when you disagree with what he's done, so why would you spank your kid when you agree with what he's done?"
Congress won't and doesn't impeach judges who invalidate Congressional enactments, so you can bet they won't impeach judges who uphold [unconstitutional] Congressional enactments.