(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) When Congress reconvenes after the midterms, President Joe Biden‘s attorney general, Merrick Garland, may be facing an impeachment hearing over his failures to deal with leftist protests over the end of the federal abortion mandate.
If Republicans take the House of Representatives in November—which seems increasingly plausible—it is likely that Garland will have to answer questions about his failure to act while conservative Supreme Court justices were harrassed at their homes, Breitbart reported.
When asked about the situation, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, left the possibility of a Garland impeachment open.
“That’ll be a decision that will be made by the entire conference,” said Jordan, who—if Republicans take back the House—is slated to head up the House Judiciary Committee.
Jordan said the investigation would also include Garland’s decision to waste millions of dollars investigating parents who did not want their children to be indoctrinated with Critical Race Theory and other leftist academic theories.
“The key question we would like to find out—if, in fact, the American people put us in control—is was this similar to what happened with parents at school board meetings?” Jordan continued. “In other words, was the Biden White House working with some outside lef-wing influence groups, and also then communicating that information to the DOJ?”
Anti-life activists’ protests and pickets have continued outside of justices’ homes, even after the ruling was released.
In the absence of any federal support, Supreme Court Marshal Gail A. Curley begged state and local law-enforcement officers to do their part enforce the law.
— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) July 2, 2022