Attorney General Merrick Garland has thoroughly politicized the Justice Department.
He’s aiding and abetting one dangerous situation.
And Jim Jordan put Merrick Garland on notice over this sinister scheme.
A leaked opinion of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade sent Democrats into a fit of rage.
Mobs of angry left-wing activists were deployed to protest outside the homes of conservative Justices in an attempt to intimidate them.
Democrat politicians whipped up their activists into a frenzy ahead of the court’s decision.
A pro-abortion lunatic was arrested outside the home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh with a gun after traveling from California.
The U.S. Marshals Service, which was assigned to protect the Justices, received an order to not arrest protestors, unless it was absolutely necessary.
Protesting outside the home of a judge or Justice with an intent to influence their decision is a clear violation of federal law.
In March, Sen. Katie Britt (R-AL) revealed internal training slides for the Marshals Service that told agents to avoid arresting pro-abortion protesters.
Attorney General Merrick Garland previously testified before the senate that Marshals had “full authority” to arrest unruly protestors.
When Garland was confronted about the slides at a later hearing, he pleaded ignorance.
Now, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is demanding answers from the head of the US Marshals Service about why agents were told not to arrest protestors.
In a letter to US Marshals Service Director Ronald Davis, Jordan requested information about the training slides that told agents to stand down.
“Following the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization in May 2022, some Supreme Court Justices faced relentless protests at their homes, seemingly intended to influence the Court’s decision,” Jordan wrote.
“Although federal law prohibits picketing near the residence of a federal judge with the intent to influence the judge’s official duties, recent evidence indicates that the U.S. Marshals protecting the justices were directed to ‘not’ conduct arrests ‘unless it was absolutely necessary,” Jordan added.
Jordan said that it was troubling that the Marshals Service ordered agents to not arrest protestors when they were violating federal law.
He pointed out that the only arrest in connection to the Supreme Court protests that he was aware of was the would-be assassin of Justice Kavanaugh.
“The training materials provided to the U.S. Marshals strongly suggest that the Biden Administration is continuing to weaponize federal law enforcement agencies for partisan purposes,” Jordan wrote.
He requested communications between the Marshals Service, the Justice Department, and the White House.
Justice Samuel Alito, who wrote the majority opinion in the Dobbs case, told The Wall Street Journal that the earlier leaked decision was part of an effort to prevent it from becoming the Court’s decision.
He added that the conservative Justices were “really targets of assassination.”
By refusing to make arrests, the Justice Department was complicit in letting unruly mobs put the conservative Supreme Court Justices in grave danger.
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