Impeachment in our Constitutional system is not designed to remove those whose decisions or votes or policies are unpopular with a majority of Congress.
Federalist 78 is where Hamilton discusses good behavior. It is more about what good behavior is, not what it isn’t. He does make the point that good behavior would be the judiciary limiting congress’s propensity to violate the rights of citizens. Bad behavior would be to collude with them and them and the president to do it. That is exactly what happened in the Filburn case of 1942 . Unfortunately, if the congress is colluding with the judiciary, impeachment is unlikely.
I’m sure many of the founders weighed in on the Chase case, but O’Hare doesn’t have free wifi so I have to look later.