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Tom Cotton on Supreme Court threats: Merrick Garland should resign in disgrace or be impeached

Pro-choice activists protested at Justice Kavanaugh’s home after a man was arrested for threatening to kill him

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., called on Attorney General Merrick Garland to “resign in disgrace” or face impeachment proceedings on “America’s Newsroom” Thursday for not prosecuting protesters at Supreme Court justices’ homes.

TOM COTTON: There’s an explicit federal law against protesting in front of the homes of judges or jurors. Yet again, the feckless and hapless Attorney General Merrick Garland did nothing even though he had advance knowledge. He should resign in disgrace. And if he won’t resign in disgrace, then we should start impeachment proceedings against him in January when we are in control of Congress. Because the rule of law in this country must be enforced evenly, irrespective of one’s political parties and views.

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