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GOP pressures AG Garland to ‘enforce the law’ for Supreme Court Justice protesters

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Republican Congresswoman Claudia Tenney of New York is challenging Attorney General Merrick Garland to enforce the law and hold citizens accountable for  targeting the homes of Supreme Court Justices.

Liberals and leftwing politicians have praised an unknown whistleblower for leaking a draft of the Supreme Court’s decision  in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization suggesting a potential plan by the conservative judges to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that protected the right to abortion before fetus viability in the U.S.

Activists published a map with the addresses to the homes of the conservative justices, resulting in mass hysteria and protests at the judges homes.

Rep. Tenney tweeted the letter to Attorney General Garland, signed by herself and five other congressmen. “I led my colleagues in asking AG Garland a simple question: as Supreme Court Justices are being targeted, do you intend to enforce the law?”

“The failure of this Admin to act is a shameless & implicit endorsement of mob rule. The right to peaceful assembly is among our most sacred rights as Americans, but this right does not permit us to intimidate judges, jurors or officers of the court” added Rep. Tenney.

Chicago’s Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot encouraged individuals to protest the justices at their homes and tweeted a “call to arms” word of encouragement.

“To my friends in the LGBTQ+ community — the Supreme Court is coming for us next. This moment has to be a call to arms,” the Chicago mayor tweeted.

The White House also has not condemned the protests nor encouraged the activists to halt their protests. No matter how many Democrats support the protests, the fact of the matter remains: 18 U.S.C. § 1507 prohibits picketing or parading outside a judge’s home to influence them in the discharge of their official duties.

 

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  1. Joe Williams

    May 12, 2022 at 8:07 am

    Mob rule and lawlessness continues.
    Why are only 5 republican lawmakers pressuring the attorney General.
    I guess the rest are rinos

  2. Harry Edmunds

    May 13, 2022 at 5:34 pm

    Nothing will be done because Merrick Garland is a corrupt, DemocRAT POS who takes orders from Biden!! And, Biden approves of the protests that are in violation of federal law as well!!

  3. Nsh

    May 13, 2022 at 6:07 pm

    Watching the demonstrators in yards of justices, they are junkyard people! Crude beyond words so mentally sick we can only wonder how soros found them. It would take far more than a year behind bars to rehab them even in school, with a routine of work study and exercize. One if them said Amy Cimy Barrett, mother if five “ doesn’t know what its like to be pregnant”! They claearly do not read or write. Appear ti be in drugs

  4. wwj745

    May 13, 2022 at 8:19 pm

    Pressure Garland to enforce the law? Why? If he is failing to follow his oath of office do a very public impeachment.

  5. Paul

    May 13, 2022 at 11:26 pm

    Stop talking and start acting… start the process to impeach this AG… he is partisan and unfit for the job… just do it.

  6. Jimmy

    May 14, 2022 at 6:11 pm

    Democrats DO NOT FOLLOW THE LAW unless they can benefit from it. Such is the case here for ALL to see. Beatle-Juice Lightfoot should be prosecuted on Federal charges for incitement as well aas those in D.C. who also advocate such wrongful and illegal conduct/behavior. I can vividly see why Merrick Garland WAS NOT confirmed as a SCJ (Supreme Court Justice). Democrats and their “Far-Left” cronies are making a mockery of the United States of America and NO ONE IS PUTING A STOP TO IT…..!!

  7. CHICKIEFILLETTE

    May 16, 2022 at 5:43 pm

    Enforcing the law is not optional.

  8. Con Cynic

    May 17, 2022 at 10:20 am

    Our country started going astray when the executive branch started only enforcing laws that someone there thought important. This was most obvious to me under Hussein Obama. And now, they’ve added executive orders and Justice is treating them as law. When you refuse to enforce the will of the people, you’re going to go off the rails.

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Democrats passed $7,500 Electric Vehicle Tax Credit, then prices were immediately raised

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A recent scenario at the Ford Motor Company is the perfect way to explain what Democrats are doing to this country when they pass bills for our “benefit.” On August 9, Senate Democrats passed a bill they praised, which included a $7,500 federal electric vehicle tax credit.

Shortly after, Ford raised the price of its electric car. By how much? $7,000. What a coincidence. “The base model of the 2023 F-150 Lightning pickup will now cost $47,000, up from it’s original price of $40,000, according to CNN.”

Daily Caller News Foundation reports ”More expensive models, such as the XLT High/Extended Range and the Lariat Extended Range have increased in price by $8,500, while other F-150 Lightning designs vary between $6,000 to $7,000 in price increases, according to the Detroit Free Press.”

The price change was attributed to “significant material cost increases and other factors,” CNN noted. Despite the changes, the increase will not impact those currently waiting for delivery of their vehicles, but impacts those who have reserved but not yet ordered the truck, CNBC reported.

But don’t just blame Ford for being forced to dance with the Democrats. General Motors also just announced it will increase the price of its electric model of the GMC Hummer. The cost will go up by $6,250, CNN reported.

The Daily Caller adds:

With eligibility and tax credit rules preparing to change under new legislation, including the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, certain modules of the vehicle may qualify for the credit this year, according to Consumer Reports. It is unclear if the truck will be eligible in the future, according to CNN.

The electric trucks only have a range of 230 to 320 miles depending on the model, a moderate increase of 10 miles to the company’s standard battery, CNBC continued.

 

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