G. McConway
October 14, 2022

DOJ Sued for Refusing to Explain Ignoring SCOTUS Protesters

Since Roe v. Wade has been overturned, our conservative justices have been under considerable fire.

This has included them being protested at their homes and while even out eating.

Judges are not allowed to be protested for the sake of influencing a decision, yet not a single protester was ever locked up for this.

Why Not?

The Heritage Foundation's Oversight Project has now filed a suit against the DOJ.

The suit is related to a Freedom of Information Act request for documentation to support the lack of action taken against these protesters.

The group had made FOIA requests to the Office of the Attorney General, Office of Legal Counsel, the FBI, and the U.S. Marshals Service.

All were denied.

Roman Jankowski, senior investigative counsel for the Oversight Project, stated, "The American people deserve to know why Joe Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland not only refused to publicly and unequivocally condemn this behavior, but also why they continue not to prosecute or hold accountable those who facially broke the law in an attempt to influence the proceedings of the Supreme Court.

"We think there are answers to those questions in the documents we have requested, and we have a right by law to those documents."

I am praying there is communication between the White House and Merrick Garland on this issue encouraging a lack of action.

If there is, that will go right on top of the impeachment stack for both of them.

Source: Fox News

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