The Biden admin told U.S. Marshals they were not allowed to arrest pro-abort protesters who harassed conservative judges, according to whistleblower report
· Mar 30, 2023 ·

Well, just another day in anarcho-tyranny here in the United States where friends of the regime are protected while its enemies are persecuted.

Even before the Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v Wade, pro-abort radicals harassed, and in at least one case plotted an assassination, against conservative justices. No arrests were made of those who illegally attempted to influence the court through intimidation.

Here's video to remind you what these non-stop protests outside the justices' family homes looked like:

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, perhaps the most worthless and corrupt official in the horrible Biden administration, claims that he enforces the law without favor, but this whistleblower leak shows that that is simply not true.

U.S. Marshals were instructed NOT to arrest pro-abort protesters who were breaking the law.

Garland testified before Congress that marshals had full authority to arrest protesters who broke the law about intimidating justices, but the training given to the Marshals says NOT to make these arrests because the DoJ will likely not prosecute.

Here's one of the slides from this training:

They were trained not to make arrests and told the DoJ was not going to prosecute these cases.

Because we live in a banana republic.

Here, Alabama's newest senator, Katie Britt, asks Garland if he would amend his testimony where he stated that the marshals had full authority to arrest, given that their training instructed them NOT to make arrests.

Britt's description absolutely nails it: NO ONE has been prosecuted even though they broke this law on many occasions, in broad daylight, with U.S. Marshals present.

Do you want a government that protects criminals if the party in power likes them?

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