(PresidentialWire.com)- Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) jumped into a car to escape being questioned about the bounty that a far-left organization had placed on conservative Supreme Court Justices.
Reports show ShutDownDC offered people fifty dollars for a confirmed sighting and $200 if they’re still there 30 mins after their message. It only applied to the conservative Justices. Chief Justice John Roberts, Brett Kavanaugh, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, and Clarence Thomas.
Since the leaked publishing of a draft Supreme Court judgment that would have overturned Roe v. Wade, an outcome that ultimately occurred, radical left organizations like ShutDownDC and Ruth Sent Us have attempted to intimidate those judges.
Video reports show that Fox Business journalist Hillary Vaughn approached Warren outside the U.S. Capitol and questioned her about the bounty.
As Warren headed to a car, Vaughn told Warren that an activist organization was promising to pay individuals if they sent in the whereabouts of judges. She then asked her if she believed that things had now gotten out of hand.
Warren remained silent and entered the vehicle’s front passenger side before closing the door.
Demonstrating in front of a judge’s house to sway decisions is a federal offense. Continual pro-abortion protests in front of the conservative judges’ residences suit that description well. The Justice Department has not yet taken any action against demonstrators.
Local police departments have informed the Justices’ neighbors that federal authorities are refusing to implement the judicial anti-picketing legislation.
According to a June study from Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, there have been over 50 reported acts of violence, vandalism, or intimidation at places of worship and pro-life clinics since the Dobbs draft leak.
In an interview with the Washington Free Beacon, Rep. Jim Jordan (R), who would likely head the House Judiciary Committee if Republicans win in November, didn’t rule out a Garland impeachment investigation. Jordan listed a variety of alleged wrongdoings, including covert coordination with left-wing groups opposed to parents who fight against curriculum changes and a failure to enforce black-letter legislation to safeguard clinics and justices.
Regarding a move toward impeachment, Jordan claimed that would be a decision that the entire Committee would take.