It’s time for him to pay the price…
Recently the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer threatened the Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch if they vote against a pro-choice case.
He threatened the Justices and then after being reprimanded by Republicans, he released a “non-apology, saying he ‘shouldn’t have used the words I did.'”
Senator Josh Hawley then introduced a motion to censure Schumer stating, “Senator Schumer has acknowledged that threatening statements can increase the dangers of violence against government officials when he stated on June 15, 2017, following the attempted murder of several elected Members of Congress, ‘We would all be wise to reflect on the importance of civility in our [N]ation’s politics’ and that ‘the level of nastiness, vitriol, and hate that has seeped into our politics must be excised.”
Threatening the Justices just because you have a feeling they won’t be voting for your case could be grounds for arrest. It’s amazing he thinks he has so much power to be able to even threaten a Justice.
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