This is the original reason I was against Roe vs. Wade, and countless other similarly outrageous abuses of Power by federal employees.
My favorite one is the one where they repealed the 11th Amendment by holding two mutually exclusive positions about the status a state government employee they wished to command.
The first and most significant alleged power grab of the federal court was Madison vs. Mayberry.
I say alleged because if you actually read the ruling you will notice one glaring fact that the modern Court overlooks in order to have their way on the constition. Mayberry never got his writ despite the court judging he was entitled to it.
If anything that proves that the federal court is but one of three branches of the federal government it cannot command the actions of the other two it can merely nullify the effect of their actions.
That means Mayberry doesn’t get his writ the court ‘judged’ he was entitled to because the court cannot command the executive to give it to him.
They can only judge him innocent if he were charged with a crime.
This is why the aforementioned 11th Amendment is so important to keeping the feds out of state government, and why they had to repeal it to rule the states in the 20th Century.