Tom Cotton TORCHES Libs For Hypocrisy Of Protesting At Justices' Homes While Calling Parents "Domestic Terrorists" For Attending School Board Meetings

May 10th

Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton just went on Fox News and absolutely shredded Biden and the Dems for their hypocrisy of allowing and even participating in protests at the homes of Supreme Court Justices while condemning parents at school board meetings as "domestic terrorists."

When parents went to a public meeting in a public building to voice their concerns about their kids' education, Merrick Garland sicced the feds on them.

Now, you have protesters marching at the private homes of Supreme Court justices about a pending case and Merrick Garland is nowhere to be seen. Refusing to enforce federal law evenly against members of both parties.

Merrick Garland, who would today be on the Supreme Court if it weren't for Sen. Mitch McConnell, sent the FBI to investigate parents who didn't want wokeness in schools.

Now when libs are illegally protesting at the homes of SCOTUS justices, he's totally silent.

I guess if he can't make this decision from the bench, Garland is okay with allowing the mob to enforce what would have been his supreme court opinion.

Could you imagine what Merrick Garland, Joe Biden, and the New York Times, and CNN would be saying if it were a large pro-life protest outside the home of Justice Sotomayor, or Justice Breyer, Or Justice Kagan?

Of course, the situation brewing is completely dangerous.

Allowing violent mobs to be whipped up in protest of the institutions of government is, needless to say, not a great idea.

As much as Cotton nails the issue here, I will admit that our beloved sister site The Babylon Bee may have nailed it even stronger here:

Thank goodness Garland is not on the Supreme Court!


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